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.
That was awesome. Tyler was great and super fun. We went all over the city and now I want one of those cool bikes.
This was a fun little activity to get the lay of the land and have fun doing it. Our tour guy was fun, and we learned all kinds of trivia and history about Austin. It had us going to spots that we otherwise wouldn't have known about.
4 of us 40 somethings got a lay of the land in the Austin downtown area on a Saturday morning. We had an excellent guide and were taken to 4 or 5 amazing spots for pictures. One of the stops include a French style coffee shop and the chocolate croissants were fantastic. Definitely recommend.
We had an amazing tour today! Tyler was a fantastic guide. We saw the city, laughed so much and enjoyed the stop at the food trucks midway. Our guide was a true city expert, and very entertaining the whole time! You have to do this if you're in town. The bikes get lots of attention - people you pass will be waving and smiling at you. Check it out!
This is really a must do activity for anyone in Austin wanting to discover the city in a fun and interesting way. Our guide took us arround different parts of Austin making various stops to tell us about the city’s history, he made it extremely fun to learn. And of course riding the actual bikes was really cool ! Anyway all in all an amazing attraction which i would recommend fully !
We had an amazing time! Our tour guide, Tyler was awesome!! He was knowledgeable, fun, and VERY PATIENT! He is the absolute best!
This was one of the best downtown weekend activities we have ever done as a family! We booked our tour on a Sunday and took both kids with us. This was a dual father son birthday present and we all had a blast. Our guide was great and the enjoyment and experience we had was equally matched by what we spent for the tour. The motor bike was easy to maneuver and thankfully there is a good amount of practice before getting on the road. The stops along the tour were awesome and our guide provided a thorough and interesting commentary of Austin and Texas facts along the way. This is absolutely worth every penny and an experience you won't forget! I would recommend definitely checking weather conditions and dressing comfortably.
Enjoyed it very much. Trip plan covered most of Austin's landmarks. The guide from rooster was very good.
Tyler is a fantastic guide. He enriched our experience and made sure my kids had fun. He is knowledgeable about Austin and its history. We learned a lot and had a blast driving around town. The minibikes are easy to drive and tons of fun. This is a "must do"when visiting Austin.
Patrick led our food truck tour and showed us the best known locals way of doing Austin. The bikes were great fun. We'll worth it.
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!