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 was a great fun way to see Austin. The guides were really fun and informative. The bikes were a blast and we learned interesting stuff about the city.
we loved riding around on the bikes- very fun. And our leader was fantastic- Gator... very knowledgeable about the city, history and the local folklore... he was amicable, funny and patient :)
Definitely need to check them our and sign up for their tour's when you're in town! Tyler,our tour guide is super hyped and funny! We had so much fun that we signed up to do it again in less than 72 hours apart with some family that came in! Can't wait to see you guys again, Hernandez Family!
Had a great time with our biker gang. Our guide Patrick was fun and knowledgeable and an excellent photographer. Even though it was cold weather we had a good time. They provided gloves and bandanas to stay warm. Would suggest it to anyone that wants to see Austin in a totally unique way!
We loved this Trip. Whole Family had fun. Kids enjoyed it. Guide trained on bikes and then took us through different parts of Austin. He was fun, Listened to us and showed places that we asked for. Only bad part was weather. At 9 AM , it was bit cloudy and chilly but light jackets helped.
Had an awesome time touring Austin on the bikes. Patrick was awesome, could have been a boring ride, but he made it exciting and took us to a great BBQ.
If you can ride a bicycle, you can do this! I recommend you make it your first activity when you get to town. I brought my whole family, and everybody loved Your Biker Gang. Our leader, Patrick was great, and showed us all the cool and unique spots, and even took great pictures for us. We will definitely be back!
Bike tour was the highlight of our trip to Austin. Patrick and Tyler were terrific guides and teachers, making everything safe and fun. Got to see so much of the city, including great food at a food truck stop. I cannot think of a more fun way to see the city and have fun for 2+ hours. My 17 & 22 year old sons loved it too.
We had some much fun with Joe. It was rainy and cold for our ride but we still had tons of fun. We loved it.
Guide was awesome, he was always excited and he loved his job, he made sure you had a good time, if weren't having fun he would make the fun..
I'm local, so I'll be back. I took my (70something) mom on a 9 a.m. vaguely-themed YBG tour (they offer some that are focused on specific aspects of Austin -- this one was more the general one) because it was her birthday and we had guests coming in to town and she still hasn't been downtown much. I expected the usual high points, just on a bike, and that would have been cool. What I got was a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide (Patrick) who took us on a tour that was an awesome combination of the usual high points and some fascinating side trips. (Dude knows a lot about all kinds of minutae, including chicken and tattoos and local plants and Texas history -- it totally didn't surprise me that he was a teacher in a past life!) We went places that I didn't know existed and had a blast. So, two thumbs up. And I would think this tour would be fine for almost anyone -- I drove because my mom gets nervous, but we were on easily operated, well maintained bikes and took safe, medium-traffic routes, and she totally could've handled it as well. Our fellow tour takers varied from college students on Spring break to, well, my mom. So anyone would enjoy it. And it's a pretty good deal for 2ish hours of really good guidance. Do it -- you'll be glad you did. More