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Austin: Electric Bike City Sightseeing Tour

1. Austin: Electric Bike City Sightseeing Tour

Start at the shop and get outfitted to a pedal-assist E-bike. After a quick safety meeting and pre-ride warm-up, head towards the South Congress District and check out many of Austin's most famous murals where you'll have time to stop and snap some photos before heading on to your next adventure. Head towards the new boardwalk and take in the views of the Austin skyline before heading north to check out Downtown Austin. As you enter the downtown area, see some of Austin's most popular entertainment districts including Rainey Street and 6th Street. Continue towards the Texas State Capitol and get a chance to walk inside and check out the famous rotunda. Finish your tour by heading to the University of Texas campus and learn about the school's history. On your way back to the shop, stop at Texas's oldest swimming pool and the gem of Austin, Barton Springs. This natural pool is a recreational outdoor swimming pool that is filled entirely with water from nearby a natural spring and sits at 65 degrees year-round.

Austin: 2-Hour Sightseeing Bike Tour

2. Austin: 2-Hour Sightseeing Bike Tour

Embark on a 2-hour bike tour of Austin and pedal down to some of the famous spots around downtown and the river front. A local guide will lead you along a route that also takes back streets and hiking trails beloved by locals. Along the way, see why they like to "Keep Austin Weird" in this cultural hub.  The tour begins by going along the famous Town Lake Hike and Bike Trail, Barton Springs Pool area, and Zilker Park. Then, take a stop at the South Congress Avenue Bridge and learn about the largest urban colonization of bats in North America. From there, head towards the new boardwalk for amazing views of the Austin skyline. See Austin's hottest entertainment district, Rainey Street, and learn how it came to be.  Finish your tour by heading up north to the Texas State Capitol, where you'll be able to go inside and admire the famous rotunda. Take time to snap some photos before cruising back towards the shop along the newly renovated Shoal Creek Trail. The tour ends at the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge.

Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

3. Austin: Biker Gang E-Bike Adventure

Be a part of an e-bike biker gang and see the best sights that Austin has to offer. The electric minibikes are fun and super easy to ride. No license is needed. All you need to know is how to ride a bicycle. Your guide will first give you a briefing and initiation before you begin your adventure. The tour will be filled with facts, fun, and photos opportunities. If you're just visiting the city, then it's a great way to see some of the best sights while you're here. If you're a local, then it's the perfect way to fall in love with the city all over again.

Austin: 1.5-Hour Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour

4. Austin: 1.5-Hour Lady Bird Lake Bike Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle of Austin's tourist hotspots and get off the beaten track as you explore Lady Bird Lake on a bicycle tour. See more of the city in less time, visit famous locations, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide along the way.  Meet your guide at the meeting point, receive your helmet and bike, and set out on your tour. Head down to the famous Barton Springs Pool and Zilker Park area and learn about Austin's largest park and its significance. Then head towards the Stevie Ray Vaughn statue and the Congress Avenue bridge. The itinerary includes sites like the old Mopac railroad bridge, Austin's newest library, the Pfluger pedestrian bridge, and of course the iconic boardwalk for perfect photo opportunities of the Austin skyline. Listen as your guide provides insider tips about life in Austin and gives you informative tidbits about the locations that are on the tour’s itinerary.  

Austin: Morning E-Bike Tour w/Easy Tiger's Coffee & Pastry

5. Austin: Morning E-Bike Tour w/Easy Tiger's Coffee & Pastry

Start your day with a guided bike tour to all of Austin's most famous sights and a stop for coffee & pastry at Austin's Easy Tiger Bakery! Each tour is different — your captain will always make sure you see the best-known points of interest, but they'll also take you off the beaten path so you can see Austin from an insider's view. Stop by the Texas State Capitol, Moody Theater, Driskill Hotel, Rainey Street, and catch all of the street art and murals along the way.

Fort Worth: Guided Electric Bike City Tour with BBQ Lunch

6. Fort Worth: Guided Electric Bike City Tour with BBQ Lunch

Explore Fort Worth’s Near South Side with a local guide on a Pedego Electric Bike. See the Fort Worth Water Gardens, JFK Tribute, Sundance Square, and other parts of Downtown on this bike tour. Meet your guide and jump on an electric bike. Start your bike tour in Downtown Fort Worth where you’ll see the water gardens and JFK tribute before heading to the Trinity River. Hop on the Trinity Trails bike path along the Trinity River and head to the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. See the only twice-a-day live cattle drive in the world at Exchange Avenue. Finish the tour with lunch at Cooper's BBQ. Enjoy a chopped beef sandwich, tea or soft drink, their famous blackberry cobbler, and all the pinto beans you can eat. After lunch, ride back to the starting point.

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What people are saying about Texas

This was a very worthwhile activity. Really enjoyed the guides. The tour itself was interesting and informative. The bikes were lightweight and super easy to ride! Thanks scrappy and Easy! Great job. Would do again.

Very nice tour, guide had many interesting things to share about Austin history and culture. I’m not sure we actually biked 10miles which was fine with me as it was a very hot day.

Our guide, Tanner, was awesome! It rained off and on, but we still had a blast exploring Austin. We took his advice and came back to the Congress Bridge at sunset to see the bats!

Great ride. Joker was an excellent tour guide and he made it a lot of fun. He plays music during the ride. The bikes are great.

Small group which was great! Informative and fun. Learned a lot about Austin.