Make your way to a bike shop in central Rome prior to your selected morning or afternoon departure time. Meet your guide and your small group of 10 people or fewer, and then gear up in a helmet and hop on your bike for a 3.5- or 4-hour tour of the Eternal City, depending on the season. Choose to ride a traditional bike or opt for an electric bike upgrade.
Most of the routes on this tour are limited to traffic, ensuring a relaxed experience open to anyone who can comfortably ride a bike. Head past top sights like the Pantheon and Piazza Navona in addition to lesser known attractions like hidden passageways and Roman-era walls. The tour moves at a casual pace and includes stops so you can take photos or grab a coffee or gelato (own expense).
Those traveling during peak heat in June, July, and August will only take a 3.5-hour tour. Tours during these months will not include Trastevere, Santa Maria in Trastevere, or Castel Sant’Angelo, but will include gelato. Afternoon tours avoid crowded nighttime attractions like the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, substituting other highlights like Circus Maximus and the Garden of Oranges.