See San Francisco's sights on a personal, pedal-powered adventure and cross the Golden Gate Bridge by bike.
See the sights of San Fransisco by bike - the best and most relaxing way to plan your own adventure
Ride worry-free with a fully equipped bike from drink holder to camera bag
Enjoy the Golden Gate Bridge, sunny Sausalito, top museums, beautiful parks and beaches - all in one day.
Experience San Francisco on a self guided bike tour over the Golden Gate Bridge. You get everything you need for cycling, from the camera bag to the bottle holder. So enjoy the adventure as long as you can handle these hills!
Want to blow raspberries back at San Fransisco's sea lions? Cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge to sunny Sausalito, or explore small Italy on the northern beach and the bustling financial district. With this offer you can plan your own adventure!
Spend as long as you want with the wind in your hair on high-quality bicycles designed for your comfort and safety. Then simply return your bike to the pick-up point by 7 pm.
This tour is sightseeing with a fitness aspect, so you have earned the piece of pizza afterwards.
Bicycles are rented for the whole day but must be returned before 19:00.
California helmet law requires everyone under the age of 18 to wear a helmet.
Electric bikes may only be ridden with 16+.
For toddlers, the venue offers tag-alongs, booster seats and trailers for hire. Choose a children's ticket only if your child wants to ride a bicycle.
• Bike rental
• Rear rack
• Front camera bags
• Water bottle holder
Fisherman's Wharf 501 Bay St, CA 94133, San Francisco Show your smartphone ticket at 501 Bay Street to pick up your bike.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
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