Heading uphill from our shop for our Capitol Hill Bike tour you'll see and learn more about the great neighborhood of Capitol Hill, you'll experience 360 degree viewpoints, giant century old houses, a tasty bakery treat, and downhill riding through historic Chinatown and Pioneer Square before culminating with a ride up Seattle's downtown Bike Track passing the Seattle Art Museum and Pike Place Market.
Our morning starts heading uphill amidst the early day sleepiness of the nocturnally busy neighborhood of the Pine/Pike corridor, passing past students on the way to Seattle Central College, statues commemorating Jimi Hendrix and Chuck Berry.
In the park you'll climb the 107 steps to the top of the watertower taking in vews to the east and west, north and south. We also take in the amazing manses on Millionaire's Row.
HEADING BACK DOWNHILL
From here we return to modern times, rolling through the 15th Street business district and stopping at Bakery Nouveau for delicious pastry. As we bike away from the bakery, appreciative riders still beg for more treats, so we head downhill past the most environmentally friendly building in the world; the high-tech Bullitt Center, then onward past Seattle University Campus, through the International/Chinatown District, past Union Station, cruising through revitalized Pioneer Square before putting the bikes away for the day.
Too much you say? No way. Except for a slow moseying start as we head eight blocks uphill through the Pine/Pike corridor, your riding is mostly flat or downhill, covering 8-1/2 miles of historic old and new and then old again taking in lots of vistas, cultures, and Seattle during this 3+ hour ride.
Price includes bikes, helmets, guide, pastry snack, and miles of historic awe inspiring fun.
Cost per rider $85.00 plus local tax = $93.08 Book Now!