- 2.5 to 3-hour guided bike tour of Boston
- See Boston’s famous sites and explore areas off the beaten path
- Pedal along the Freedom Trail and through areas like Charlestown, Little Italy and Copley Square
- Learn about Boston’s interesting history from your expert guide
- Complimentary bottled water
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What You Can Expect
This comprehensive tour covers all of Boston’s best sites. See historic Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox. Boston Common is a central park in downtown Boston and the oldest park in the country. Speaking of parks, the Rose Kennedy Greenway is Boston’s newest public park.
There’s the Charles River Esplanade, a state-owned park on the banks of the Charles River. Roll through Copley Square, home to the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, and the John Hancock building. Check out the historic North End, Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood, as well as the beautiful brownstones in Back Bay and the South End
This bike tour covers it all. It’s a great way to see the whole city — and get some exercise, too.
Great guide, awesome tour, highly recommend it!
Great way to see Boston. Tour group did a great job. My wife has a replaced knee and struggled on a couple of upward inclines. However, the rear guide stayed with us at our pace until we caught up with the group. We recommend this tour and would do it again.
Great trip!!!! Highly recommend. Tour guides were fantastic and very knowledgeable.
With one day to see Boston from our cruise ship docked 2-1/2 miles away, along the waterfront walk, we wanted a uniquely interesting tour. This fit the bill completely. We walked the distance from our ship and it was long, but doable in good walking shoes. There are buses available from the docks and if I had to do it over again, I might do that instead of walking the whole distance both ways from the ship to the bike shop. But, we did it and it was an interesting walk. The bike trip was fabulous. We felt immediately welcomed by the very friendly guides who took us in their expert hands for our equipment, making sure everything was fitted to us properly. My husband builds bikes and was extremely impressed with the quality of the equipment and the knowledge of the guides. Once on our way from a little park nearby, we sped through the busy mid-week city streets of Boston through waterfront parks, college campuses, historical sights, Fenway Park, farmers markets, cathedrals, museums, libraries, more parks....river walks...it was fabulous. Seeing Boston this way made a physical imprint on us because it took your own physical effort to get from place to place -- hearing, seeing, inhaling everything en route. It was all good, but it was fast--paced so keep up! There were stops along the way, but not quite long enough for pictures because we covered a lot of ground. So much to see, and I felt we did a good job of seeing the city. I would highly recommend this bike tour!
The guides were great and knowledgeable about Boston history. We were able to see a lot of the city and the surrounding areas.
The whole experience was great. We had a lovely tour of Boston, the knowledgeable team ensured safe travel and provided highlights. Definitely recommend this tour.
Highlight of our trip to Boston. Guide was great. Would do it again! Cynthia
I enjoyed my tour the guide was wonderful taking time to explain history at each stop as well answering all questions. This is something I would definitely do again as well recommend to friends and family.
We totally enjoyed our Boston Biking trip...extremely helpful for those who are visiting Boston for the first time. It gave you a great overview of all of the hot spots to visit in Boston. Our tour leader Greg was extremely knowledgeable about everything going on in Boston! The bikes and helmets provided were in great shape and made the tour very enjoyable! Many thanks for the wonderful memories!
Our tour guides where outstanding, my wife would have like to stopped more often to take pictures but our two guides where not native Bostonian but none the less very knowledgable of the city and history