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Guided Bike Tour of Boston

  • Save rental fees with included bike and helmet 
  • Ride through the city without getting lost—just follow your guide
  • Travel to different neighborhoods faster than you would on a walking tour
Guided Bike Tour of Boston
From US$57.75
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Guided Bike Tour of Boston departing at 10am
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Guided Bike Tour of Boston departing at 2pm
Pack in numerous Boston sites in a short time on this cycling tour. You’ll save money on equipment rental as you’ll be fitted with a helmet and a bike that’s perfect for your skill level and height. Leave the navigation to your guide as you see Fenway Park, Boston Common, and Trinity Church, and learn about the city’s history along the way.
What to Expect
Meet for this Boston bike tour at 103 Atlantic Avenue in the city. Check in and get matched up with a bike and helmet that work best for you.

Once you (as well as everyone else in your group) are feeling comfortable and confident, it’s time to hit the streets. Journey out on your bike led by your guide, and ride along through some of the most popular areas of the city. Listen to stories about Boston’s past and present as you catch sight of Fenway Park, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston Common, Charles River Esplanade, Trinity Church, and the John Hancock Center.

Pedal along with your guide, and go at a pace that feels good for you. Your guide makes sure not to go too fast or too slow.

When your tour ends, bike to the original meeting spot on Atlantic Avenue, and turn in your bike and other equipment.
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1 - 5 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
best bike ride in the pouring rain!

The guides were amazing ! I learned a lot of history and interesting facts about Boston. We covered many miles and different areas of the city. It started to pour but the weather changes quickly and I actually felt cool when the sun came out...More

1  Thank keldrum22
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Up close visit to numerous neighborhoods in 2+ hours

Bike tours are the best in any city and this one lives up to that billing! Get to see several Boston neighborhoods in an up close way such as Fenway area, Beacon Hill, Boston U, Northeastern U, .Copley Square, Boston Harbor, and others. You cover...More

Thank Klassyhk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Boston cycle tour

G8 experience and value for money. Need to be fairly fit imo for 2 and half hours of cycling. Guides were brilliant. Very enjoyable.

2  Thank liam m
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Best way to see the city with teens!

We live in the Netherlands and bike riding is one of the things we love to do. What a better way to get to know a city than on a bike with a great guide who gives you a bit of history, useful information and...More

Thank Denise R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour!

Very knowledgeable and friendly guides, clearly knew their stuff, very doable even for a rather unfit person, would defiitely do it again!

Thank Michael K
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Sarah M
13 July 2018|
Response from Jeff D | Reviewed this property |
i saw a family trying to go out on a tandem bike, but were having quite a bit of difficulty getting out of the area. Not sure due to inexperience or the bike, did not notice about child seats. Do keep in mind it is 10... More
Amanda S
1 May 2018|
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Response from pelica | Reviewed this property |
Yes if they are comfortable riding on the street. The ride itself is flat so not difficult.
Moisés D
8 April 2018|
Response from Jeff D | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Urban adventures is great, we had 4, and there were two groups of two. But a single would have felt right at om.