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.
Had a great time, with an excellent road captain Cope. Would absolutely recommend to people. Fun way to see the city.
Had an awesome time! Seeing the city like this is the way to go. I would do this everytime I visit Austin. So cool
Wow! What a great way to see Austin. Great tour and a lot of fun. We toured the city and had a a chance to have fun on the electric bikes!
Patrick our tour guide was amazing, so much fun! If you are in the Austin area this is a must dd! Thanks for a fun afternoon.
Patrick was an awesome guide, so fun and knowledgeable. You can tell he loves his job and really goes above and beyond to make sure everyone has an awesome time!
Highly recommend. Major fun and a great city tour. We had a group of 10 family members with 7 Bikes. The bikes are really cool - Easy to ride and control but feel more like a motorcycle than a bicycle. Great to cruise around like a "gang" owning the streets. Our tour guide was great, he made it fun and interesting and we covered a surprising amount of ground. Highly recommend this tour to all group types, from couples to large groups as a cool way to see and experience the city. We were also able to hike our minor children comfortably and safely with us which is a real plus for families.
More fun than we have had in a long time. Surprisingly easy to learn and ride. Very safe. The guides took us to places we have never seen before and we have lived here for 25 years. It was very affordable. You must try this. I am 63 years old.
We had such a fun time with Tyler as our tour guide. He made the tour super fun and kept the energy positive the entire time. Definitely an unforgettable experience. I would recommend it to anymore.
Our group of 8 adults (6 drivers and 2 riders) recently had a blast touring downtown Austin with Patrick, a former elementary school teacher turned biker dude. After making sure we all felt comfortable on our bikes before heading out, he said his three goals for the day were safety, education, and fun, and he exceeded our expectations in every area.In addition to the standard Austin downtown landmarks, he also pointed out lesser-known sights including a flock of Mexican parakeets sporting bright green plumage as well as their incredible public library, which we visited at his suggestion after the tour was over. (Best library ever! If you have time, go check out the views from the gorgeous outdoor lounging area at the top of the building as well as the innovative features of the actual library, including a kiosk that will dispense random reading material based on the amount of time you have to read. Wow!)The Voodoo Donuts stop halfway through the tour was a well-timed and delicious break, and the cooler bags full of ice-cold water he provided at the YBG location came in handy. Besides being a knowledgeable tour guide, Patrick is also a great photographer, and he captured the day in numerous pics (group and individual ones) to help us remember this wonderful experience. Since our accommodations for the week were actually in San Antonio, we only spent one day in Austin, and I can’t think of a better introduction to the city than cruising around it with Patrick. Don’t think twice – BOOK THIS TOUR!
First time seeing Austin and I thought it be a fun and unique was to do it. I was very happy I did it this way too. Rooster my tour guide showed us all the gems of the city, well known and some really cool lesser known ones. I did the lunch tour and I got some really good local favorite too.
We had a great trip on our electric bikes round the Austin area. I was a little concerned about riding around on the streets, but it was fine. Learned about some statues, murals, and buildings!