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Discover the beauty and history of New Orleans by bike on a morning or afternoon tour of the city's eclectic neighborhoods. Enjoy a guided ride through the classic French Quarter and hip neighboring Faubourg Marigny. Cruise by the opulent Esplanade Avenue, St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, City Park and more. Along the way, learn about the city’s colorful history from clashing colonial settlements and Creole society to contemporary culture.
Cruise from the banks of the Mississippi River to the streets of Tremé with ease on this half-day Creole New Orleans tour by electric bike. Ride past telling monuments and through the streets of the original Creole Faubourg Marigny as your guide shares insight into New Orleans trivia and lore with a focus on Creole culture. Stop to snap photos and ask questions—it’s easy to chat with your guide on this small-group tour of just 10 people or fewer.
See New Orleans beyond just the French Quarter on a bike tour that gets you out into less-touristy neighborhoods like Faubourg Tremé and Storyville. Learn about the city's multicultural origins and follow the evolution of jazz, stopping to hear local lore and snap photos at landmarks like Congo Square and the famous St. Louis Cemetery No. 2. The flexibility of both a small group size and two-wheeled tour is a great way to expand your view of the Big Easy.
Take a two-wheeled ride through the raucous history and heritage of New Orleans on a bike tour that takes you from the lively streets of the French Quarter to the swampy bayous at the edge of the town. Learn about the city's founding as you follow a flat and leisurely route down oak-lined avenues, through leafy parks, and past creepy cemeteries to reach Bayou St. John. It's a great way to get off the tourist track and see the diverse neighborhoods of the Big Easy.
Avoid hours of walking between landmarks on an active and convenient bike tour through the heart of New Orleans. In addition to navigating for you, your guide provides little–known facts and anecdotes about the city’s must-see landmarks, from the Mississippi River to Congo Square. Bottled water and a small group size ensure a comfortable tour.
This small-group bike tour lets you explore more of New Orleans' French Quarter and Garden District than possible on foot, and see parts missed by big bus tours. Pedal along the Mississippi River as your guide fills you in on nearly 300 years of history. Pass by landmarks such as St. Louis Cathedral, Bourbon Street, Lafayette Square, Lafayette Cemetery #1, and more.
Pedal through two centuries of New Orleans history on a combo bike tour of the French Quarter and Garden District. Learn about the city’s Creole roots as you ride along the banks of the Mississippi and through the legendary streets of the oldest neighborhood in town. Then, cross over to the ‘American’ side, where stately southern mansions overlook leafy boulevards and the time-worn tombs of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. It’s a great way to meet the many faces of New Orleans while enjoying fresh air and exercise.
Join the Most Famous Party on Wheels!
A New Orleans Original
Ride the Light Up Bikes
Join the Music Night Ride
We Ride a Bit
Sites - Food - Drinks - Party Spots - Pics
Fun - Social
Easy on the Ride
Heavy on the Fun
We will be touring all around the Historic French Quarter and 2 historic surrounding neighborhoods of the Marigny and Treme.
We will talk about the rich cultures, people and traditions of these neighborhoods that date back to the 1700's. From our beginnings as a Native American trading post to a raughty French penal colony to the rich African culture of music and Mardi Gras revelry, we will cover it all!
300 years of Creole history from a 6th generation New Orleanian!
We start at the Mississippi river and take our time strolling through the French Quarter and chronologically move from the Quarter to the Treme and Marigny.
Stops such as Jackson square, Congo square, St. Augustine Church and Frenchmen street and on to the French Market.
Mid tour we will grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant and continue on to the most historically significant stops in the French quarter and surrounding neighborhoods.
See more Crescent City haunts on this bicycle ghost tour of New Orleans. Cover a full six miles (9.5 kilometers) from the French Quarter—far longer than most tours—as you ride to haunted houses, crime scenes, and cemeteries with your guide. This small-group tour is limited to just 10 people per guide, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Coast through New Orleans' historic and charming French Quarter on this guided longboard excursion! This 90-minute tour begins with a brief lesson in longboard technique and safety before heading off on your own Riviera bamboo flex board, designed to cruise and bend for ease of riding. Enjoy quality sightseeing around town, visiting locations like the Riverwalk, Jackson Square, Crescent Park and Decatur for a window into the city’s industrial and cultural past.
This local food tour is guided by a local with over 200 years of family history with a family that's been in the food industry since the early 1800s! We will go to all the local favorite hot spots for amazing dishes (4-5) that have proven the test of time and the local taste buds you could try the muffuletta, Po-Boys, chargrilled oysters, crawfish, gumbo, beignets, pralines and many many more!
We are the original bike tour company in the city and the ONLY locally owned and operated bicycle tour business in New Orleans operating for over a decade featuring custom built, American-made cruisers.
While our competitors companies have been bought and sold several times, we still have the original krewe that we started the business with - original owners, original guides and same great customer service, top-notch bikes and fantastic experiences.
Before you book with another bike tour, take your time to dig a bit more deeply into what you're getting with your reservation.
There's no easy way to manage & operate a 5 -start rated business for a decade other than hard work and dedication to excellence.
You should book with FreeWheelin' if you want the best that New Orleans has to offer. After all, who else better to show you around New Orleans than people whose family's have been here since the beginning?
This New Orleans Tour features the ever so satisfying aroma of freshly roasted coffee floating on the air whilst listening to the tunes of song birds singing in the trees. If you’ve never had that experience, you should, it could change you forever.
The ‘Beyond Bourbon’ bike tour was created to give our riders the opportunity to get off the beaten path, beyond Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. Though those are great great places to see, New Orleans has so much more to explore outside of the ‘touristy’ parts of town.
If you’re someone who likes to experience things that most people never will, here’s your chance.
Join us for a ride through the backstreets, it’ll be your next favorite vacation story for years to come…promise.This tour will explore the non-tourist destinations of New Orleans including the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods.