Next Thursday, artist Olaf Eliasson’s much-anticipated "New York City Waterfalls" installation will debut along the East River. The project, as elegantly described in this week’s New Yorker, "features four tall, widely separated, openwork steel towers housing
powerful pumps that will pull river water up to a high basin and send
it cascading down again, continuously, from seven in the morning until
ten at night, through mid-October."
There will be one waterfall each near the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, one off the Brooklyn Heights promenade, and one off Governors Island. If you want to see all four by bike, DOT has you covered with its "Bike the Falls" guide, featuring a map to viewing points along with written directions to lanes and paths along the route. Road markings will also be in place. Check it out.