Tours

Prices include bicycle and helmet. Gratuities not included – please consider tipping your guide.

What You’ll Explore
Hayes Valley, Alamo Square, Nopa, Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, Lower Haight, the Mission, Civic Center.


Difficulty
Our easiest tour. Casual pace, shorter distance, less elevation gain. However, you are still riding a bike and going up some minor hills.

Need to Know
Booking for one person? Great – we love solo travelers! Please note we require 2 or more participants to run a tour. If you are the only one booked the day before a tour, we may ask you to move to a different tour or give you a full refund.

In More Detail
We created this tour to showcase our wonderful city in about 3 to 3.5 hours. It has a bit of everything: Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, funky street art in the Mission, Victorian architecture, and a historic “wiggle” route used by the city’s founding missionaries. Most importantly, this tour can be done by almost anyone. We really do avoid the hills. This city changes everyday, so depending on the sunshine and your interests, we may visit some other hidden spots as well.

Who This Tour Is For

  • You want an introduction to the city’s neighborhoods.
  • You want to see famous landmarks and lesser known local sites.
  • You can ride a bike 10 miles (16 km) at a mellow pace and ascend a few gentle hills (we navigate around the big ones).  And don’t worry – we make frequent stops, so your legs get plenty of rest.

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  • The Classic
  • $89
  • Moderate
  • 11-12 miles (18-19km)
  • 270 ft (82m)
  • 4.5 to 5 hrs
  • Ages 13 and up
  • 2 person minimumBook Now

Prices include bicycle and helmet. Gratuities not included – please consider tipping your guide.

What You’ll Explore
Hayes Valley, Alamo Square, Nopa, Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, Lower Haight, the Castro, the Mission, SoMa, Civic Center.


Difficulty
Most of the elevation gain is done early in the tour. It is slightly longer than the Heart of the City but doesn’t feel much more difficult.

Need to Know
Booking for one person? Great – we love solo travelers! Please note we require 2 or more participants to run a tour. If you are the only one booked the day before a tour, we may ask you to move to a different tour or give you a full refund.

In More Detail
The Classic is everything the Heart of the City is, plus more: more neighborhoods (Castro, SoMa), more distance (2-3 miles), more stops, and break for lunch. You’ll explore a variety of signature SF neighborhoods and get a great sense of how they connect and merge together. There’s good reason this one is called The Classic.

Who This Tour Is For

  • You want to explore a lot of different neighborhoods and get a better idea of which ones you’d like to explore later.
  • You’d like a tour with a lunch stop.
  • You can ride a bike 12 miles (19 km) at a mellow pace and ascend a few gentle hills (we navigate around the big ones).  We make frequent stops, so your legs get plenty of rest.

Safety
We take safety very seriously. Our tours take you on San Francisco’s safest bike lanes, bike routes, and quiet streets. We provide safety instructions before each tour. Helmets (provided) are mandatory.

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  • 7×7
  • $99
  • Most Challenging
  • 17-18 miles (27-29km)
  • 515 ft (157m)
  • 5.5 to 6 hrs
  • Ages 13 and up
  • 2 person minimumBook Now

Prices include bicycle and helmet. Gratuities not included – please consider tipping your guide.

What You’ll Explore
Hayes Valley, Lower Haight, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, the Richmond, the Presidio, the Marina, Fort Mason, the Embarcadero, SoMa, South Beach, Mission Bay, the Mission.


Difficulty
Our 7×7 can be tiring! If you’re unsure if you’ll enjoy 17-18 miles of biking with some hills, please contact us. We are happy to discuss if the 7×7 is the right tour for you.

Need to Know
Booking for one person? Great – we love solo travelers! Please note we require 2 or more participants to run a tour. If you are the only one booked the day before a tour, we may ask you to move to a different tour or give you a full refund.

In More Detail
San Francisco covers 49 square miles, and on this tour, you’ll see the best of it. This is a fun-filled day of historical and cultural exploration, with lots of unique neighborhoods, sights, and city icons mixed in. Want the list? Starting in Hayes Valley, we visit Lower Haight, the Panhandle, Haight Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, the Marina, the Embarcadero, South Beach, Mission Bay, and the Mission. Highlights include epic views, (including views of the Golden Gate Bridge), the Ferry Building, the baseball stadium (go Giants!), houseboats, sacred street art, and local bike culture. Depending on the tour’s start time (9am or 1pm), we’ll stop for lunch or snacks. Get ready–it’s going to be an epic day!

Who This Tour Is For

  • You want a big day out on a bike, exploring neighborhoods and bay waterfront.
  • You want to see famous landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge but also some out-of-the-way neighborhood gems, too.
  • You will enjoy riding a bike 18 miles (29 km) over the course of 6 hours at a mellow pace, ascending a few gentle hills (we navigate around the big ones).  We make frequent stops, so your legs get plenty of rest.

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Prices include bicycle and helmet. Gratuities not included – please consider tipping your guide.

What You’ll Explore
Hayes Valley, SoMa, the Mission District.


Difficulty
Our easiest tour. Casual pace, shorter distance, less elevation gain. However, you are still riding a bike and going up some minor hills.

Need to Know
Booking for one person? Great – we love solo travelers! Please note we require 2 or more participants to run a tour. If you are the only one booked the day before a tour, we may ask you to move to a different tour or give you a full refund.

In More Detail
Ride, sip, taste, and chomp through the history of San Francisco’s most beloved indulgences: art, wine, and tacos. We San Franciscans take our art and food scene wonderfully seriously, especially priding ourselves on craft goods and originality. On this tour, we’re lucky to partner with our friends at Precita Eyes, a non-profit muralist and arts education group, and Bluxome Street Winery to delve deeper into the roots of our current culture. Join us, and let us guide each of your senses to its happy place.

Saturdays only. Begins July 25th.

Who This Tour Is For

  • You want something different than a general overview tour of San Francisco
  • ou want to explore areas of SF less known by SF visitors.
  • You don’t mind getting off the bike periodically to taste or view art.
  • You’re interested in food, drink, and art.

Tour includes

  • Wine tasting
  • Curated mural walk with local artist

** Cost of tacos not included.
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