Approximately 3 hours plus bonus time at your convenienceStart time
01 Jan - 31 Dec: 10:00am
01 Jul - 31 Aug: 11:30am
01 Mar - 31 Oct: 1:00pm
2661 Taylor Street Tour Center, between North Point and Beach Streets, (Fisherman’s Wharf) San Francisco.Ending Point
2661 Taylor Street Tour Center (Fisherman’s Wharf)
This fun, eco-friendly tour is a great way to see beautiful San Francisco Bay by land and from the water. And you’ll get some healthy exercise at the same time!
Jump on a state-of-the-art bike at Fisherman’s Wharf and, with your guide, follow a coastal bike path to the Golden Gate Bridge. On this bike tour you have the option of a comfortable and economical Comfort Bike or upgrading to an Electric Bike which climbs hills with ease. Make sure you have your camera ready for the spectacular views from the Bridge.
To make your tour more exciting, extend your bike tour and pedal to the pretty seaside town of Sausalito where you can have as much time as you like to explore. You also have the provision to take a ferry back to San Francisco.
Return your bike and head off to the Hard Rock café where you’ll be entitled to a 15% discount. Tuck into a hearty meal surrounded by memorabilia from the golden days of rock music.
Enjoy fresh air and fun while you explore the ‘City by the Bay’ on this San Francisco Guided Bike Tour. To pick up your cycle, you should make your way to 2661 Taylor Street Tour Center, between North Point and Beach Streets, San Francisco.
You will be issued with a current-year model bicycle with 24 gears, outfitted with front handlebar bag & rear gear rack. The rental also includes a helmet, map and bike lock. You may upgrade to an Electric bike which climbs hills with ease. Electric bikes are only available to riders aged 16 and over.
Depart from the San Francisco waterfront with your guide and follow the Marina bike path to the Golden Gate Bridge. On the way your guide will tell you all about the places of interest and you can enjoy stunning views from the Bridge. You will pass by major sights of interest like the Fisherman’s Wharf, Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, the Marina, and the Presidio, through Crissy Field and to Fort Point and much more.
You have the option to extend your bike tour up to Sausalito, located just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. Sausalito boasts world class hotels, numerous restaurants and a diverse selection of shopping opportunities, galleries and retail fashion shops.
At Sausalito, your guide will depart and you’ll have free time to pedal around and enjoy the delights of this quaint town. Take as much time as you like and, when you’re ready to return, you can either choose to take a ferry ride to get you back to Fisherman’s Wharf or ride back on your bike. The ferry trip takes about 45 minutes and provides you with further panoramic views of the Bay.
Once back on the San Francisco waterfront, return your bike and hop over to the Hard Rock Café. Enjoy 15% off your entire meal ticket! Pier 39's Hard Rock Cafe boasts rock memorabilia from the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, John Lennon and more!
Your tour ends at Fisherman’s Wharf.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
If you require a Spanish or Portuguese-speaking guide please state this when you make your booking and the tour operator will do their best to meet your request
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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