This is the best way to get to know the city, as it is mostly flat, and there are plenty of cycle lanes. The guide was fantastic, and really made the tour special.
The tour started promptly, and the bikes were very comfortable and perfect for the tour.
The tour was informative and pleasant, although it does require a reasonable degree of fitness, and you have to be very comfortable on a bike (as well as know how to use gears properly).
The guide was very knowledgeable, and explained himself clearly.
Unfortunately, it took over an hour from the start time until when the tour actually started. This meant that we spent more time on this tour than we expected, and everyone was very hungry by the end, as it was well past lunch time.
The guide did not seem at all concerned about this delay, which was clearly annoying most people on the tour - even after I asked him what the delay was.
This is by far the best way to explore Munich. As it was Easter Sunday, the city was very quiet, which was perfect for cycling. The English Garden was definitely not quiet, and our guide, Ian, was more than happy to sit with us for a couple of hours in the garden eating, drinking and chatting. We felt that Ian read the group extremely well and tailored the tour accordingly. Munich is a lovely city, and I cannot think of a better way to explore it than on a bike.