Seattle Tours

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See Seattle From A Bicycle Seat

Seattle tours unlike any other. We design our bicycle tours of downtown and neighborhood Seattle for you! We want you to see and learn things you would miss from the back of a cab or seat on a bus.

We specialize in neighborhood adventures that will inform, entice, and amuse with stories and places of Seattle you might not know.

Our guides are Seattleites who will share the insights and history of a city experiencing transition and change. See and hear about Seattle as it was - and learn about the rapid changes taking place every day.

We are conveniently located right at the Washington State Convention Center, within walking distance of most downtown hotels and in minutes will have you rolling through scenic, historic downtown neighborhoods where you will enjoy fantastic urban views, water and mountains in the distance, interacting with friendly Seattle residents along the way.

We design our tours, providing the bikes, helmets, and local knowledge so visitors and locals alike have a great time.

* Our Basic Seattle City Tour

Our Basic Seattle City Tour runs about 2-3/4 hours. We'll travel about 6 miles. During the ride you'll ride on elevators, ride the city streets of the 5th most bicycle friendly city in America, walk through buildings, and see amazing views of the city and beyond. Learn more here.

* Ballard Locks/Fremont Neighborhood Tour

Next up is our longer trip out of downtown to two of the hottest neighborhoods in Seattle; Fremont and Ballard. (Or if you're a local, you put them together as Freelard, or Ballmont.) This 14 mile, 3-1/2 hour bicycle tour starts downtown before heading north to take in the amazing Ballard Locks, and Fremont Neighborhoods We also take in the Seattle Center, South Lake Union and Myrtle Edwards Park on this ride.

* Bainbridge Island- An Emerald Jewel

Named by BICYCLING MAGAZINE as one of the ten best guided tours in the US, our Bainbridge Island Tour Is a five hour 18 mile adventure complete with hills, ferry rides, magnificent views and a stop at a french bakery for real treats. Seashores, wild creatures, and the fresh smell of evergreen forests abound.

If you are coming into Seattle and need to find a convenient place to park your bicycle, we have assembled a list and map of over a thousand free downtown Seattle bicycle parking spots located inside public parking garages and buildings.

Check out our regional resource page on all things bicycle it's information you'll want to know about.

And yes you can rent bikes in Seattle from one of the many BikeShare companies. 

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