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Coming February 2016 Chattanooga is equal parts hip and classy. Join Chattanooga Segway and Bike on a guided tour of the gem of the south. Segways and bikes are the most fun ways to experience a city. Join us and we will share all of the special...more
All reviews great fun highly recommend taking this tour downtown tour hour tour experienced riders an amazing tour guide learn how city's history highly recommend this to anyone bucket list took pictures interesting facts coolidge park north shore art museum couple of hours two hours
I’ve been on many Segway tours and this was by far one of my favorites. We toured North Shore and Coolidge park. Some tours I’ve been on only focus on safety the entire time. Our tour guide was very laid back, friendly and gave us...More
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My husband and I are from California and had one day to visit the Chattanooga area. After Ruby Falls, Incline, and Rock City, we wanted to see Chattanooga and learn some of the history. My husband had been wanting to take the Segway tour. I...More
We’ve taken Segway tours before, and this was the best! Our guide Thomas, was extremely knowledgeable and fun. We felt comfortable and safe while seeing all of the city. Thomas loves Chattanooga, and now we do, too.
We had an awesome time on our tour with Dennis! My husband and I had been on segways before, but were with friends enjoying their first time. He took the time to review the rules and gave us a lesson. Then on to an educational...More
We had such a great time! Thank you, Kevin, for the tour. The run took us over the Walnut Street bridge, through Coolidge Park (hello! we need to check out that area too!), Market Street bridge, and highlighted several other Chattanooga must-dos such as the...More