Really. We took the fun of riding on the open road with friends and turned it into a fun tongue-in-cheek adventure that makes seeing the culture and history of a city the FUNNEST experience possible.
If you are planning a trip to Austin, do not miss this fun filled "biker tour" of Austin. Your hosts will make sure you are comfortable riding the mini-bikes. Tyler and Justin were both awesome instructors and tour guides.
These are fun to drive, easy to drive & are a great way to tour the downtown area of Austin! We had family in town from Wisconsin & this was an amazing interactive way to get everyone around! Tyler, our tour guide, added fun and energy to the tour! If you're weary of not knowing how to ride this bike, don't be. We all learned the day of and were on the road in 15 minutes!
This was the best! The guide Justin, was funny, enthusiastic, and a great picture taker. We did a girls weekend and did the regular tour, it was the best part of our trip. They take you thru some practice runs to get use to the bike and then out on the road! With the music the guide plays and wearing ya shades, you can’t help but feel cool! I’ll definitely do this again, I hope they open one in dallas someday.
So much fun! Highly recommend as it is a great way to see Austin but also loads of fun riding the bikes. The guides are amazing! They take (free) photos the whole trip using either your phones or theirs. And don't worry about riding the bikes as they make sure everyone is comfortable even making you do a few circles in an empty car park to get use to the feel.Seriously cannot recommend this enough... DO IT!
This was our first time on electric bikes and we had a great time. We would like to get back and do it again with friends.
It was a lot of fun! Cole was a great guide. I will do this again when family comes to visit. We learned a lot.
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
Get ready to laugh and have a great time! They take time to teach you how to ride, super easy. Got to get see some of Austin and had lunch at the food trucks. We have 4 of us and it was the perfect way to start our girls weekend in Austin!! Loved it!!!
Rooster was awesome. Had so much fun cruising around the city! A great way to get to know the city, definitely recommend the food truck one
My wife and I had a great tour with Tyler last week. We booked the 9:00 AM Thursday tour, and we were lucky enough to have the whole experience to ourselves.The weather was a bit chilly, but we had a great time.Tyler was safety-conscious, knowledgeable, and funny. I would definitely recommend this tour to others.It was a perfect way to get acquainted with Austin for first-time visitors like us.
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