photo by Roland Tanglao

Blaze effortlessly up hills and over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito on this fully narrated and guided electric bike tour. After the tour, return with your guide via ferry or keep the bike until day’s end to explore Sausalito. The tour features the new UltraMotor Electric bikes with the "Power On Demand" that allows riders to choose between pedaling, electric motor power, or both. The lithium battery power assist will help boost you up those San Francisco hills and ensure that you're never left behind! The fun and informative tour operates daily and is designed for all abilities of bikers. The A2B bike provides a comfortable smooth ride. A tour experience of a lifetime.

Your guided bike tour starts in Fisherman's Wharf near Aquatic Park. Route features spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay.

You Will Visit and See: - Fort Mason with its beautiful vistas of Alcatraz into the Marina - Marina Green with views of the Palace of Fine Arts - Bay trail / Golden Gate promenade along Chrissy Field in the Presidio National Park - A quick stop at the Warming Hut for a break and chance to take in the expanse of the Golden Gate Bridge - Another stop at Fort Point to check out the surfers and then ascend to the new Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary Pavilion to learn about the amazing concepts and visionaries behind the construction of this majestic landmark - 1.7 mile of biking excitement as you cross over the bridge. You will have to pedal on the Bridge. - A stop at Vista Point where you can look back to the San Francisco skyline and view your great biking achievement - From Vista Point it's downhill to beautiful Sausalito famous for its eclectic shops, art galleries, great restaurants, and funky houseboat community. Depending on ferry boat schedule we will have around 30-45 minutes in Sausalito.

FREE BONUS: You can choose to keep the electric bike for additional time at end of route in Sausalito and return to San Francisco at your own pace. We will supply directions, maps and ferry schedule so you can enjoy more time in Sausalito and Tiburon.

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