How long is the tour?
Most of our tours last between 2 and 3 hours.
Where do we meet?
All tours depart daily from our downtown Carefree, Arizona location. 99 Easy Street, Suite 201, Carefree, AZ 85377
Do we have to pedal? How hard do we need to work?
Not hard at all. Do you want a little exercise or do you want to kick back and cruise? Really, it’s your choice.
Are there restroom breaks along the tour?
This is the most asked question we get! And the answer is… YES!
Should we choose a guided tour over a rental?
A Tour will give you the real insight and stories that you will only get from an experienced local guide. Read our reviews on TripAdvisor - these are testimonies from guests that have already toured with us. A Rental, on the other hand, gives you the freedom to explore on your own.
Do you offer hotel pick-ups?
No, we do not, however if you do not have a vehicle we recommend using Uber or Lyft.
Should we tip our guides?
Our guides work very hard to make sure that everyone has an exceptional time and always appreciate the thoughtfulness of their guests. Tip income goes a long way toward making Guiding a viable career option.
Can a pregnant woman take the tour?
This is entirely up to the guest and the discretion of their doctor. However, if you are experiencing contractions, we think you’ll have a much different adventure waiting for you at the hospital. You can enjoy a tour with us another time.
Do you require safety helmets?
Yes, helmets will be provided and must be worn at all times while biking.
How far are you from Steamboat?
We are right in the heart of the Sundial center in Carefree, Arizona.
What size are your bike seats?
We like big seats, we cannot lie! We have the biggest bike seats we could get…You are here to cruise in comfort!
Are there stops and photo ops on the tour?
Yes! We will stop 4 times for sight-seeing and photo-ops.
What should we wear?
Dress comfortably! Bicycle shorts are not necessary. We ask you to wear closed-toed shoes for your safety. In the cooler months, it’s best to have your outer layer be wind resistant. If it’s unexpectedly cool, I always have extra gloves and windbreakers/raincoats you can borrow.