A Great Place to Ride a Bike
Boston’s parks and off-road paths make the city a great place to ride a bike, especially if you’re looking for a unique way to get around and see the city’s many highlights. Beginner cyclists can take it easy with an electric bike rental, and riders looking for a workout are sure to get one climbing Beacon Hill.
With plenty of bike tours and rentals around Boston, you can ride from neighborhood to neighborhood with a friendly local guide or take to the streets on your own and create your ideal itinerary. From Boston’s North End to the famous Longfellow Bridge, a bike tour will give you a new perspective on the city.
Tour Boston on Two Wheels
At first glance, Boston may not seem like the most bikeable city (we’re looking at you, cobblestone streets!). But the bike paths, parks, and bridges actually make for convenient cycling – if you know where to go. Skip the guesswork and head out with a local on a Boston bike tour. You can ride along the beautiful Charles River, through Harvard Square and past historic Fenway Park. See the quaint brownstones in the Back Bay and South End and don’t forget to snap a photo at Copley Square, the finish line location of the Boston Marathon! Get great views of South and East Boston on a ride down the Long Wharf.
If you’re more interested in going your own pace, you can’t go wrong with a Boston bike rental. The day is entirely what you make it, and it’s a great activity for families. Ride to Cambridge, through the Emerald Necklace, a series of parks that wind through different neighborhoods of Boston, or stop to check out the Arnold Arboretum or Rose Kennedy Greenway. You can even rent a tandem bike for a fun date idea!
Plan your Boston bike tour today and book online.