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San Francisco at its most spectacular
If you want a bike tour encompassing the very best of San Francisco’s iconic sights, dynamic culture, and sublime scenery, this is the one for you!
Pushing off from Fisherman’s Wharf, you’ll cycle past the romantic Hayes Valley, renowned for its boutiques and cafes sheltered under green, leafy canopies. You’ll continue on to Alamo Square, home to the exquisite Painted Ladies which dazzle under one of San Francisco’s most iconic views. Haight-Ashbury was a hive of 1960s counterculture and home to the likes of the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, and provides an atmospheric surrounding for a break.
Afterwards, you’ll cycle the luscious Panhandle of Golden Gate Park and wonder at the towering redwood, cypress, and pine trees, before being entranced by the Mission, an exuberant, colorful neighborhood rooted in Latino heritage. You’ll glide along the rainbow streets of stunning murals and pause to drink in their vibrant detail, before your bicycle tour winds up at Fisherman’s Wharf.
This is your not-to-be-missed day tour of San Fran, with the added benefit of bike rental, promising the best sightseeing opportunities this city has to offer!
Days Start Finish Daily 9:30 am ~1:30 pm
Rate USD Adult $69.44 Child $58.59 Adult - eBike Option $85.72
Fisherman’s Wharf, Hayes Valley, Alamo Square, Painted Ladies, Haight-Ashbury, Panhandle of the Golden Gate Park, Mission
- Bike and helmet rental
- English-speaking licensed guide
- Illustrated map
Meeting place & directions
Unlimited Biking, 757 Beach Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Please arrive 15 minutes before tour time. Once guests have been properly fitted and bike safety is reviewed, the tour will depart and roll for 4 hours.
★★★★★ Jon H 6 months ago
Movie views gallore
If you guide knows his way around this can be a very flat ride, if not and you are not a regular cyclist I suggest an e-bike. This tour has tons of views that most of us have seen in movies or on television for years. if you have never been to San Francisco this is a great way to see a lot of it in not too much time. I suggest spending as little time as possible in Fishermans Wharf (it's very touristy and not really what San Francisco is all about). For a fantastic local post ride beer check out Zeitgeist in the Mission. (It's in the Mission on Duboce and Valencia if memory serves.). Zeigeist is local institution that is unlike any beer garden you've ever been to.