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.
Our guide Patrick was awesome. The ride was great, safe, educational and fun. I highly recommend this trip for couples, friends, or family.
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
Probably my favorite thing we did in Austin! I recommend doing this the first day you’re visiting because they take you all around the city and show the highlights... from Rainey Street to the capitol building to Barton Springs. They are incredibly friendly at the HQ, and our guide Cope was amazing!!
6 year old and 11 year old thought this was the highlight of our trip. Better than San Antonio zoo. River walk.... they wanted to do it all day. Tyler the guide was superb!
So glad we did this while visiting Austin. I enjoyed the small group setting and fun tour guide. Was able to get some great photo ops that we wouldn't have been able to get otherwise.
My family took the tour during SXSW week. Everyone in the group felt like the tour was awesome and would do it again on the next visit! The tour guide was full of energy, was funny, whipped us around town safely/efficiently, and stopped for pictures/info at cool sites.
My sister, mom and I (ages 40 - 67) had so much fun on this tour. Tyler, our guide, was super nice. We got to see so much of Austin up close in just two hours. Highly recommend.
This was by far the highlight of our trip! SO MUCH FUN!!! The 2 guys, Peanut and Gator, were excellent. Fun and funny and knowledgeable. First off, they took us through how to ride the bike. Very safety conscious. And were very attentive throughout the tour checking in with us to make sure we were ok. Once I got over my initial nervousness of riding the bike (I've never ridden one before) I relaxed and it was easy to ride. Seriously, not hard at all. And I'm a small woman, only 5' tall and had no trouble whatsoever. And then we were off on the streets of downtown Austin. We stopped throughout the 2 hour tour for Peanut to shows us stuff as we went. There were 8 people in our "gang". And honestly the funnest and best thing we did in Austin. I can't recommend it enough!!!
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 had an afternoon to kill in Austin so I searched for “Tours of Austin” and stumbled upon this group. Let me start by saying I’m 71, with zero experience on any similar vehicle other than a bicycle, and was decades older than everyone else in the group. I would have preferred that the short training period was a bit longer, but nonetheless out we went. After a few minutes we all felt comfortable and man, it was fun! As the two hour time frame was nearing it seems like all of us would have happily stayed on for another hour. To be honest, it wasn’t much of a sightseeing tour since the leader isn’t really communicating with us as we ride around, but who cares? This was just pure fun. I’d highly recommend this to anyone looking for a unique experience. More
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