Meet a guide at an office in central Vienna, where you’ll get fitted with a fatbike, and learn how to use the electric assist, which can help you get up hills without breaking a sweat. Go over the tour itinerary then hit the road, following the fortified walls of the Danube Canal to the top of the Kahlenberg, Vienna’s tallest hill.
This is the perfect place to get an overview of the city and enjoy a light snack with panoramic views. After a short break, continue downhill to the village of Nussdorf and onto the Danube Island, where you’ll have a unique view back towards the city.
Keep riding along the banks of the Danube River, then stop for a traditional Austrian biking snack of a bratwurst sausage and a radler, a refreshing mix of lemonade and beer. As you make your way back to the original departure point, follow tree-lined streets designed for cyclists and pedestrians, a laid-back end to a relaxed ride through the city.