We are an experiences company that creates award winning adventures. We're famous for our biker-gang themed adventures that are truly the raddest way to see the city.
This is a must tour! Forget about walking! Ride in style and and a unique adventure for sure, we enjoyed it.
This was my second ride and it was just as awesome as the first. John was an incredible tour guide and kept things upbeat and fun, even when a couple people on the ride struggled to ride the bikes and felt a bit uneasy. It's such a great way to see some sights and do something different and unique and I cannot say enough about how great every employee at Your Biker Gang has been. They reach out prior to the ride to make sure you don't have any questions, provide water and sunscreen, and are just the coolest group of people. We went to a few different spots than on the first ride which really made it feel like a completely new experience. If you have a couple hours to spare (and you should because this is totally worth it), book a ride. This is now one of my go-to things to do when friends visit. The memories are unforgettable and the guides take great pictures they make available to everyone for free. More
If you only have a short time in Austin this is a great taste of what exist. We did the food truck tour and enjoyed. However we had been in Austin for a few days prior so we had already been to the food trucks we had visited and seen most of the locations we drove by, however the tour is great if you want to see them quickly on a short visit.
There's no need to know how to ride a motorcycle, if you can ride a bicycle, you can do this + they'll teach you at the beginning how to properly ride it.
I'm not really into tours, but I LOVED this experience. Joe was our tour guide and he was amazing!! Joe took all the pictures for me and my fiancé. This was our first time in Austin and within this tour, we would have not have seen all the cool places that Joe should us. Trust me, its worth it!
This a MUST tour in Austin! They have different tours of Downtown and we choose the Food Truck tour. There are so many food trucks for all types cuisines. You learn a little of the history of Austin, eat great food and ride a bike. The staff is super cool and they take great pictures for free! They welcomed us with plenty of water bottles, bandanas for some coolness and some gloves. As for Cope, he is fun and knows all the spots to have fun. I will definitely ride again.
This was a great way to see a lot of the city. We did it on our first day to give us a feel for the different areas and where we wanted to spend more time later.
I spent 3 days in Austin and am sure that the Biker Gang Tour was the best activity I did there. It was super fun! Tyler was a great teacher and guide. Highly recommend!
My wife and I took a 2 hour tour of Austin on an electric fat tire bike. As first time visitors, it was a great way to start the vacation and explore the city. Plus, our guide was informative and patient with us as newbie riders.
Justin is the man! Knowledgeable, great personality. Made the ride extremely enjoyable. Would highly recommend this ride.
This experience is a blast! Where else can you lean back on your own fat boy and cruise the City without a license to ride? Granted, they top out at 20mph and your guide takes pretty good care to make sure you don't end up in crazy bad traffic.We went out on the morning trek with Justin. He did a great job teaching us the basics before we hit the road. It is important to remember this is a 'tour', not just a ride. Consequently, you make several stops during the tour to dismount, chat and take pictures. In addition, you only move as fast as the slowest rider. Unfortunately, they don't subscribe to the theory of Survival of the Fittest.Justin did a fine job explaining little factoids about the city as we tolled around. Our group was most interested in scenery and music, so those are the sites that he spent most of his time on. The only regret I have is I would have liked the option of cruising around a bit on my own at the end and just letting the bike fly down the streets. I think 20 miles per hour may be understating the performance of these beasts, but we never really had a chance to find out. More