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.
Highly Recommend this outing! We were with several friends from college and had an absolutely blast!!! A must do if you are in Austin!
The Biker Gang Ride tour was the first thing we did on our trip to Austin and it was the perfect way to get a feel for the city. Patrick was an amazing guide/personal photographer and really gave great recommendations of things to do and see while in Austin. I felt completely safe on the bike and would highly recommend this tour for people of all ages.
My wife and I had great fun with these guys. The bikes are easy to ride and what a great way to see the city. Our gang leader, Gator, was a legend. If you are reading this and contemplating a tour of Austin, do this one.
Such a fun way to see the city! The guides are super-fun and knowledgeable, the bikes are easy to ride, and you get to see Austin neighborhoods both on and off the beaten path. Highly recommend!
We had a great time. The Guide was so supportive and educational. Would definitely recommend this tour of Austin, TX
Super fun and great way to see the city and learn cool stories about the place. Our guide was awesome as well. Would definitely recommend to others.
This experience is a blast! Where else can you lean back on your own fat boy and cruise the City without a license to ride? Granted, they top out at 20mph and your guide takes pretty good care to make sure you don't end up in crazy bad traffic.We went out on the morning trek with Justin. He did a great job teaching us the basics before we hit the road. It is important to remember this is a 'tour', not just a ride. Consequently, you make several stops during the tour to dismount, chat and take pictures. In addition, you only move as fast as the slowest rider. Unfortunately, they don't subscribe to the theory of Survival of the Fittest.Justin did a fine job explaining little factoids about the city as we tolled around. Our group was most interested in scenery and music, so those are the sites that he spent most of his time on. The only regret I have is I would have liked the option of cruising around a bit on my own at the end and just letting the bike fly down the streets. I think 20 miles per hour may be understating the performance of these beasts, but we never really had a chance to find out. More
What a great experience!! Tyler was our guide and his enthusiasm and tunes made for a fun ride. Would definitely do it again. Take the time to do this, it’s definitely worth every penny.
Loved getting to see the different “touristy” spots. Our tour guide got to know everyone and was super fun and enthusiastic, which made the whole trip. Bikes were fun, and cheap for 2 people. Loved it and would recommend to any visitors to Austin!
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.
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!