Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour
Reviewed by: Sven K, October 2014
This tour was amazing!
Reviewed by: Debfeeley, October 2014
This tour was fantastic! I highly recommend. I would do it again for sure. Our tour guide Matt was terrific! I want to do all the tours they offer. It is a super way to see the city. We went on Saturday morning and the streets were surprisingly not busy!
absolutely do this..all ages!
Reviewed by: Dana S, September 2014
Fortunately for me and my children, we were part of a very small group. This helped with maneuvering through the crowds. We saw 8 memorials/monuments and made a special pit-stop at the Scout Memorial on our return trip. My son, who is 8, is a Scout and the guide had no issues with the extra stop. Biking through the city is the only way to see DC sites up close.....I couldn't imagine walking this tour! The guide was very patient, well informed on all the sites, made sure my kids were safe and stayed close to the group, we all had a great time!! I'd do it again and totally recommend it to anyone....novice or expert rider, it was a leisurely ride around town. I clocked just under 6 miles on my Garmin....it sure didn't feel like it!!
Reviewed by: Jade S, May 2014
The bike tour allowed me to see all the historical monuments to understand better what the leaders have been fighting for all these while. Andy, the tour guide was exceptionally amazing! A truly must-do thing in Washington DC.
Reviewed by: Raymond P, May 2014
Fantastic way to see the city Andy our guide was excellent friendly and knowable.
Reviewed by: Cherise G, May 2014
Best thing we did in D.C.! It was a perfect way to see the sights of D.C. The trip catered to our family of 5, (ages range from 8-39). Our guide, Andy, was very funny and knowledgeable. Definitely recommend!
Reviewed by: Anne Marie S, December 2013
We really enjoyed the tour -- Justin was a great guide. Despite the fact that the government was still in shutdown mode, we were able to see and learn quite a bit. Several of those in our group were DC natives, and it was fun to learn more about the monuments and memorials that we see frequently. Our group also included people with different levels of "fitness." Except for the "Hill," the ride was over very flat terrain so it was not a problem.