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Discover the most beautiful corners of San Francisco with an E-bike - for example, the famous Haight-Ashbury.
This tour gives you a unique way to enjoy San Francisco's surroundings.
Drive through SF's diverse quarters passing numerous parks.
Discover the city's hidden gems and main attractions with the safe and modern E-bikes.
City Hall is a popular photo stop for many visitors.
The tour is almost coming to an end!
What would San Francisco be without the Painted Ladies?
One of the city's tallest buildings and part of the skyline - The Transamerica Pyramid.
Discover the most important sights on an e-bike
Drive through SF’s diverse neighborhoods.
Learn the city’s best-kept secrets from local guides
Anyone who thinks of San Francisco as a city with nothing but steep streets, cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge is in for a surprise! During this tour, go exploring by bike through flat, bike-friendly routes that lead you to the main attractions as well as the best-kept secrets of the city.
Get to know San Francisco's most beautiful attractions as well as its best-kept secrets off the beaten path on a relaxing, 15-mile-long bike ride!
Discover the side streets of North Beach's beautiful Little Italy, brimming with quaint Italian restaurants, southern charm, and an atmosphere that will make you feel like you are no longer in the U.S.
We will then continue to the Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco's landmark, and second-tallest building - which offers can't-miss photo opportunities. The next stop is the Giant AT&T Ballpark, around which you can ride your bike. Soon you will reach the Mission District, known as a cultural melting pot and art hub. Here you will find numerous buildings decorated with works of art.
The LGBTQIA+ Castro quarter and Haight-Asbury, formerly known as the "hippie quarter," also offer their particular brand of charm and show you other exciting angles of the city. Near the Alamo Square is the famous Nopa restaurant, a magnet for foodies due to its exceptional dishes. Just a few feet from here, you will find the Painted Ladies, famous Victorian-style houses that call for another photo stop.
Your last stop will be the Civic Center, where you will find the epicenter of governmental and cultural institutions in San Francisco. The impressive plazas and the surrounding constructions boast classic San Francisco architecture.
The excursion ends at Fisherman's Wharf, where you can enjoy the view of Alcatraz and the relaxed atmosphere on the jetty.
This tour will take you through relatively flat terrain and along bike lanes. Participants should be safe in city traffic—minimum age to participate: 13 years old.
Duration of the trip: 4 hours
Date of the trip: Departure at 11 AM (March - October)