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Admire San Francisco’s top attractions as the sun sets over the city on this 3-hour evening bike tour. Led by a local guide, you’ll pedal past Crissy Field, Fort Mason and Fisherman’s Wharf before heading across the Golden Gate Bridge for the sunset. Your guide will provide fun and factual commentary about the city’s rich history as you continue on through the Presidio, making stops at the Palace of Fine Arts and more. For an even more relaxing ride, upgrade to an electric bike.

Highlights

  • Guided sunset bike tour of San Francisco
  • Ride along the Golden Gate Bridge at the golden hour and capture amazing photos
  • See top city attractions including Crissy Field, the Palace of Fine Arts and the Presidio
  • Bike rental and all safety equipment included
  • Upgrade to an electric bike for an easier ride

What You Can Expect

San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Evening Bike Tour

San Francisco Guided Sunset Bike Tour

Your tour will begin in Fisherman’s Wharf, where your guide will meet you. All necessary equipment is provided on this family-friendly adventure, so you can show up and simply climb on your regular or electric bike.

Start pedaling toward Crissy Field, where runners, Frisbee throwers and beautiful views of the bay abound. You'll see the Golden Gate Bridge in the background and pass the Palace of Fine Arts, first built in 1915 and a popular venue for events and concerts today. You’ll also pass sites such as Fort Mason, Aquatic Park and the Marina district, filled with popular bars, restaurants and shops.  

Then, ride across the Golden Gate Bridge just in time for the sunset. You’ll witness stunning views of Alcatraz and the city’s glimmering skyline as the Pacific Ocean stretches out on the opposite side of the bridge.

Afterward, head to the Presidio district to pass the headquarters of Lucasfilm and the Walt Disney Family Museum. You’ll also see the San Francisco National Cemetery, a resting place for thousands who served in the military.

After your evening tour of San Francisco concludes, you’ll cycle back to your original departure point. Though your guide will say goodbye at Fisherman’s Wharf, you are welcome to continue using your bike for a few extra hours to explore Pier 39 or the Embarcadero on your own.

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Customer Reviews

Ben W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Our own private tour with Pinky, who was very friendly and a great guide!
This is definitely the way to see the Golden Gate Bridge.

MR JACK M S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

Absolutely brilliant, what a way to spend 3 hours, well worth it.

I had the beautiful Pinky as my tour guide who was excellent!

Rhona S United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2014

We had a great tour guide and it was the highlight of my trip to San Francisco

Cheri E

4 star rating: Recommended November 2015

So much fun! Only one less star because the personnel at the bike rental facility could have been a little more customer service oriented - the one lady at the booking counter was obviously upset with what appeared to be the manager and spent too much time swearing about her issue while we were standing there.

Mohammed B

4 star rating: Recommended August 2014

The tour is great for adults. My 11 and 13 year old kids didn't get the right sized bikes (only two kids bikes were available, both too small for my youngest. My oldest was WAY too big for the kid bikes, and too small for their smallest adult bikes.) But..we managed.
The tour was a lot of fun, the tour guide was informative, although rather heavily accented. He did however have a tendency to face away from his audience which made it difficult to catch everything he was saying.

Anam S

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2016

This tour was amazing!

Shell Australia

1 star rating: I do not recommend this October 2015

I think the guide was Jesse who didn't want to be there, we had a lady who was a little slower than the rest and not once did he turn around and see if she was all right or even still riding. This was the worst tour experience we had and we were travelling for 4 weeks. Jesse didn't tell anyone to be careful on the tram lines so consequently someone fell. Really, anything could happen on these rides, a guide is supposed to look after those he has on his tour, DIDNT HAPPEN

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