Tour Summaries

  • New Classic
  • $79
  • Moderate
  • 10 miles (16km)
  • 262 ft (80m)
  • About 4 hours
  • Ages 13+
  • 2 person minimumBook Now
In a Nutshell

The best introduction to San Francisco’s history and culture, its most charming neighborhoods, and Golden Gate Park.

Bike Type

City Bike: 7-8 speeds & upright sitting position. Regular and “step-through” frame styles available. Brands include Public, Specialized, Breezer, and Civia in a variety of colors.

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Neighborhoods & Areas visited

  • Hayes Valley: Our start and finish. A local’s favorite with boutique shops, cafes, and a busy park on sunny days.
  • Alamo Square: Home to the Painted Ladies and one of the most iconic views in the city.
  • Nopa: Residential neighborhood filled with Victorian architecture.
  • Panhandle: The handle to Golden Gate Park’s “pan,” this narrow park boasts redwood, cypress, and pine trees.
  • Golden Gate Park: The city’s ultimate treasure, it is where we go to run, ride, play, and think.
  • Haight-Ashbury: The famous 1960’s hippie hangout and former home to the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and more.
  • Lower Haight: Less famous than its Haight sibling up the hill, Lower Haight boasts hip shops, local bars, and the famous Wiggle bike route.
  • Castro: Vibrant, colorful, and rooted in activism, the Castro is sure to put a smile on your face.
  • Mission: Dynamic neighborhood with Latino roots and an abundance of historic murals.

  • THE 7 x 7
  • $89
  • Challenging
  • 17-18 miles (27-29km)
  • 515 ft (157m)
  • 5.5 to 6 hrs
  • Ages 13+
  • 2 person minimumBook Now
In a Nutshell

A big city loop showcasing countless neighborhoods, the city’s largest parks, views of the two bridges, and a lovely stretch along the Bay waterfront

Bike Type

City Bike: 7-8 speeds & upright sitting position. Regular and “step-through” frame styles available. Brands include Public, Specialized, Breezer, and Civia in a variety of colors.

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Neighborhoods & Areas Visited

  • Hayes Valley: Our start and finish. A local’s favorite with boutique shops, cafes, and a busy park on sunny days.
  • Lower Haight: Less famous than its Haight sibling up the hill, Lower Haight boasts hip shops, local bars, and the famous Wiggle bike route.
  • Panhandle: The handle to Golden Gate Park’s “pan,” this narrow park boasts redwood, cypress, and pine trees.
  • Haight-Ashbury: The famous 1960’s hippie hangout and former home to the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and more.
  • Golden Gate Park: The city’s ultimate treasure, it is where we go to run, ride, play, and think.
  • Richmond: Sleepy residential avenues with untrendy, delicious food.
  • Presidio: Former military complex turned national park, the Presidio is filled with historic brick buildings and quiet forests, all in the city limits.
  • Marina: Ah, the good life: beautiful homes, quiet streets, and views of the bay.
  • Fort Mason: Former army post now boasts public space, a busy park, and a youth hostel.
  • Embarcadero: Long stretch of bay waterfront with piers, walkers, runners, bikers, restaurants and bars.
  • SoMa: Filled with warehouses converted into tech start-up offices, this is SF’s digital capital
  • South Beach: Home of AT&T Park, where the San Francisco Giants play.
  • Mission Bay: As new as it gets in SF, Mission Bay is filled with brand new residential and commercial buildings. It’s like a whole new city in the city.
  • Mission: Dynamic neighborhood with Latino roots and an abundance of historic murals.

In a Nutshell

An electric bike tour full of easy pedaling, compelling stories, essential neighborhoods, and the best views in the city.

Bike Type

Electric bikes with plenty of battery. We use Pedego City Commuters, featuring five levels of pedal assist and 7 gears. Regular and “step-through” models available in a variety of colors.

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Neighborhoods & Areas Visited

  • Hayes Valley: Our start and finish. A local’s favorite with boutique shops, cafes, and a busy park on sunny days.
  • Alamo Square: Home to the Painted Ladies and one of the most iconic views in the city.
  • Panhandle: The handle to Golden Gate Park’s “pan,” this narrow park boasts redwood, cypress, and pine trees.
  • Richmond: Sleepy residential avenues with untrendy, delicious food.
  • Presidio: Former military complex turned national park, the Presidio is filled with historic brick buildings and quiet forests, all in the city limits.
  • Golden Gate Bridge: The one, the only. Note: We get up close, but do not ride on the bridge. You should save that for another day.
  • Sunset: Mellow residential hood stretching out to Ocean Beach. A calmer and quieter San Francisco.
  • Golden Gate Park: The city’s ultimate treasure, it is where we go to run, ride, play, and think.
  • Haight-Ashbury: The famous 1960’s hippie hangout and former home to the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and more.
  • Castro: Vibrant, colorful, and rooted in activism, the Castro is sure to put a smile on your face.
  • Mission: Dynamic neighborhood with Latino roots and an abundance of historic murals.

In a Nutshell

New for 2017, a four-hour electric bike tour featuring plenty of classic SF neighborhoods, parks big and small, and a hilltop view the locals adore.

Bike Type

Electric bikes with plenty of battery. We use Pedego City Commuters, featuring five levels of pedal assist and 7 gears. Regular and “step-through” models available in a variety of colors.

More on This Tour

Neighborhoods & Areas Visited

  • Hayes Valley: Our start and finish. A local’s favorite with boutique shops, cafes, and a busy park on sunny days.
  • Mission: Dynamic neighborhood with Latino roots and an abundance of historic murals.
  • Bernal Heights: Off the tourist track, it’s here we see an inspiring hilltop view savored by locals.
  • Castro: Vibrant, colorful, and rooted in activism, the Castro is sure to put a smile on your face.
  • Duboce Triangle: Residential neighborhood filled with old architecture and a lovely park.
  • Haight-Ashbury: The famous 1960’s hippie hangout and former home to the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and more.
  • Golden Gate Park: The city’s ultimate treasure, it is where we go to run, ride, play, and think.
  • Panhandle: The handle to Golden Gate Park’s “pan,” this narrow park boasts redwood, cypress, and pine trees.
  • Alamo Square: Home to the Painted Ladies and one of the most iconic views in the city.