Our Golden Gate tours offer three routes to choose from for an unforgettable San Francisco bike tour experience. Check out Victorian homes, Botanical Gardens, and more.
- Adult Ages 13+
Tour San Francisco By Electric Bike
This San Francisco electric bike tour lets you see the city through the eyes of a local, without breaking a sweat. The tour starts out in the historic Fisherman’s Wharf district, one of the only real fisherman’s wharves left in the country.
It continues past North Beach, the Little Italy of San Francisco, down the embarcadero to the Ferry Building. See the ballpark and the textile district of San Francisco. Enjoy the flavors of the food truck park and sneak underneath the bridge of the South Of Market Tech Center.
Ride out to La Mission, and learn about the Hispanic history of the Mission and it’s route from Northern California to Mexico; explore the murals of Clarion Alley, and see the cool and cultured vintage shops on Valencia Street.
The San Francisco electric bike tour continues to the fabulous Castro District, where the shops embody the culture of the neighborhood. See the historic Harvey Milk Plaza and, if you are lucky, get a picture with one of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence!
This tour continues past the Wiggle and the neighborhoods of beautiful Victorian architecture, out to the trippy Haight & Ashbury district. (If you listen closely you might still hear Janice Joplin or Jerry Garcia’s voice in the wind.)
Once you’ve taken a breath of the hippie movement, this tour will continue through the Panhandle (part of the majestic Golden Gate Park) and from there you will see Civic Center, which holds iconic landmarks like City Hall, the Opera-House, and the San Francisco Ballet.
The tour concludes with a ride down Polk Street, and you will learn all of the changes this street has gone through; all of the phases of this iconic city have been encapsulated in the culture of the Polk. Finally, the tour concludes right where you started, and you will disembark from your bike tripping on the history of our beautiful city. (We recommend finding a local pub and enjoy the afternoon in the city of love).
- North Beach, Barbarry Coast
- Mission District & Castro
- Civic Center & Polk-Gulch
- Ferry Building
- AT&T Park & Dogpatch
- Coit Tower
- Haight Ashbury & Alamo Square