No tours May 10 - May 12
Come Pedal Through History with Savannah Bike Tours!
If your time here is limited, maximize your visit with a bike tour--the best orientation to the sights, people, and things to do in Savannah!
ride through the historic district with an experienced, city-licensed guide
pedal through Savannah's fascinating history, and experience its colorful, modern vibe
pause for numerous photo opportunities
see the well-known must-sees on main thoroughfares AND the lesser-known gems along quiet side streets
ask questions along the way
get a “rolling concierge,” pointing out great dining, pub, and shopping options
learn about Savannah's trees and flowers
Come spend some time outdoors in one of the most bike-friendly cities in North America!
Oglethorpe’s brilliant city plan with its squares efficiently connects homes, shops, cafes, museums, schools, and offices to green space, creating a verdant tapestry that is Savannah.
Why a Bike Tour?
Touring Savannah by bike is the most efficient way to see the city!
Enjoy the freedom of exploring the quiet, lesser-known streets that link the well-worn paths.
Cover a lot of ground, including most of the historic district, with greater efficiency and less fatigue.
Journey up-close and personal to destinations along the way, stopping for awhile to admire and photograph Savannah’s beauty as you learn of its history.
Touring Savannah by bike is the fittest, greenest way to see the city:
Bike tours are good for you. Public health experts encourage walking and better yet, bicycling, to combat the rise in obesity. Let’s get going!
Bike tours are good for the Earth. Take a bike tour and cut your carbon footprint for awhile, using only pedal-power and emitting no pollutants.
Touring Savannah by bike is the most enjoyable way to see the city:
Bike tours are good for others. A bike tour is quiet, unobtrusive, and fume-free! Avoid contributing to downtown traffic congestion and noise by pedaling through history.
Bike tours are good, clean fun! What's more fun for the whole family and kids of all ages than a bike ride?