Really. We took the fun of riding on the open road with freidns and turned it into a fun tongue-in-cheek adventure that makes seeing the culture and history of a city the FUNNEST experience possible.
This tour was great! Its so much fun to drive around austin, but doing it in a motorized, electric biker gang motorcycle makes it all the better! Highly recommend! It was a lot of fun!
Our tour guide (Tyler) was AMAZING! This was the most fun we had on our 4 day get away to Austin! Funnest way to see all the spots in Austin!
Cope (biker name Peanut) was a great guide! We learned some cool things about Austin, his music was on point and he was fun to be with. The bikes were pretty easy to maneuver too. We got tons of looks and hi fives from random people and even some from real bikers. We felt really cool! The water and seat cover were a nice and necessary touch. Well done!
We saw the great reviews and decided to give it a try and had a blast. Great tour guide (Patrick) gave us a brief but effective training session and we were off! Super fun and easy to ride and saw some really cool sites of Austin.
Tyler was an awesome guide. He made us all feel safe and sound through his safety and test driving before we set out on the open road. This was a great way to see the city in a fun and informational way. I would highly recommend it to anyone in the Austin city area looking for a unique and fun way to see the city! Great way to make teens happy on a "tourist" trip :)
Patrick was a fun and very enthusiastic tour guide. He took as much time as we wanted and was very informative. We had a lot of laughs
My wife booked this trip for our visit to Austin. Family of 5. We rented 4 bikes. Wife,Me,18YO,16YO, and I put my 12YO, on the back with me. I ride dirt bikes and Harley’s and thought this would be corney, Wrong! We did a few test runs in the back to get used to the fat tire, and off we went. Hit up some bridges, parks, signs, and several points of interest. It was super cool and our guide was amazing. We would stop at the red lights and he would get off and explain where we are, how it became, and what it’s in for, perfect timing every light. Never asked for a tip and just wanted to know if we had fun. I gave him a tip for all of us and Thanked him, I wish I remembered his name. My family and I talked about all the cool stuff we seen the whole week, and I was super happy to be riding 2 wheels with my whole family. Couldn’t believe that there was no traffic in downtown. Definitely recommend this experience, and book early.
We were here in October and had a great time. Everyone was friendly, informative and so welcoming. The tour was so fun and you saw so much of the downtown. Riding the bikes is easier than it looks and a great alternative to your standard, boring bus tour. Our guide was fun, engaging and informative. Our group ranged in ages from 22-49 and we all loved it.
The thought of riding an electrically powered bike was a little weird so fitting for Austin the weird city, but boy was it great. The whole experience from start to finish made it just fun and more fun. The gang leader Joeseph made our day and tour of Austin seemed to fly past with great interesting pointers and history. So I suggest to biker gang get more bikes because this is a must for anyone that follows trip advisor for looking up fun stuff to do. Enjoy
This was a very fun, and very engaging experience. They give you a quick crash course on how to ride their electric bikes, and make you feel comfortable before they take you out on the streets. Overall, I would do this again. Fun, Safe, and Engaging. Thanks for a great time guys, it was a pleasure, and I hope to be back again. Absolute aces, and earned the 5 stars.
My son and I rode the electric bike Austin tour yesterday. Patrick was knowledgeable and friendly and we got to see a lot of Austin. It’s a lot of fun for 2 hours. I’d give it 5 stars without the accident.Be careful though, these bikes can slip out from under you on loose gravel. This happened to me after visiting graffiti park. Heading down a steep hill, my bike slid out on some gravel and down I went. My knee is hurt and I have some pretty severe scrapes. It would have been great for us to go single file down the hill, but that wasn’t the guidance from our guide. Your biker gang should really take that part of the tour out of their route. It didn’t appear that Patrick had a first aid kit on him for such occurrences. I was offered two moist towelettes and band aids to hold me over until we got back to their location 10 mins away.I suggest you be very careful and consider the insurance and keep to the middle of the lanes away from debris on the roads. Fun time, but the bikes are heavy and can slip out on you on loose gravel. More