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Historic Bike Tour in Tucson

  • Great bike tour for first-time visitors—pass Tucson’s most popular areas
  • A guide keeps your group riding at a comfortable pace
  • Learn about the history and culture of this Arizona city as you go 
Historic Bike Tour in Tucson
From US$54.30
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Explore this bike-friendly city on two wheels without having to supply your own cycling equipment. This historic Tucson bike tour provides a helmet, bike, and guide so you can zoom around the city at a comfortable pace and learn the history and culture of Tucson. Plus, this tour takes you across Rattlesnake Bridge—one of Tucson’s most popular sites.
What to Expect
Meet for this bike tour of Tucson near the Fourth Avenue Shopping District.

Upon arrival, your guide helps fit you with a bike and helmet. Listen to a short safety instruction, and get ready to hit the streets.

Your tour takes you through varied Tucson terrain, including quiet avenues and bustling university bike lanes. Hear stories about Tucson’s past and present as you go, including stories about a historical bank robbery and the city’s early Spanish settlers. Pass through Armory Park, see the Santa Cruz River, and ride across Rattlesnake Bridge.

Your Tucson bike tour ends back the original meeting spot.
Reviews (96)
1 - 5 of 91 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
MUCH more than expected.

Cycling is a great way to efficiently see a lot in a short amount of time. And this 2 hour tour took advantage of that. In the short 11 miles or so, this ride was packed with one interesting place and fact after another. Such...More

Thank 721peggys
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fantastic tour by Jimmy

Jimmy did an amazing job giving us a tour of Tucson. He knows so much about the city and knows how to have a good time. We had 6 in our group, it was the perfect size. He did an incredible job explaining the history...More

Thank katelinl2018
Reviewed 1 week ago
Just do it.

As the activities coordinator for my wife and her two sisters, I got kudos for finding an outdoor activity that combined some biking with well-delivered education about the layout of downtown Tucson and it's interesting history. Jimmy's got it down-both personal and professional.

Thank Dean F
Jimmy B, Owner at Tucson Bike Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Good for you for taking on the activity coordinator role. It often feels thankless, but I assure you they appreciate it.

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tucson Bike Tours

Routing of bike tour was very interesting and well planned. Ride is easy for a 3 hour tour as the bikes seem to coast. The only down side was tour guide seemed agitated when riders asked too many questions.More

Thank cecilhardy
Jimmy B, Owner at Tucson Bike Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Well that's a bummer. While I can definitely say I don't get agitated when folks ask questions, clearly something in my mannerisms was saying otherwise. Thanks for the feedback. About the only thing I can think of is that sometimes I'll give a fairly rapid...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Pleasant ride and nice education

We rode through several neighborhoods near downtown Tucson as well as downtown Tucson. Jimmy (owner and guide) transmitted lots of information about the devolopment of Tucson over time. He was engaging and witty. He even bought us some empanadas when we stopped at a market...More

Thank AmosRedux
Jimmy B, Owner at Tucson Bike Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thanks for mentioning the bring your own bike discount.

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