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Bay City Bike Rentals & Tours


Let Bay City Bike turn you on to a spectacular day of self-guided touring. Ride a bicycle through the city and around the San Francisco Bay for an unforgettable, unique sightseeing experience.
With the choice of a self-guided bike ride or a guided tour, you will have the opportunity to see some of the best sights that San Francisco has to offer.

Enjoy a memorable day exploring the City, Presidio, Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach on the self-guided tour. Or Get intimate with San Francisco and Sausalito on a guided tour of the City, Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito.

Enjoy what San Francisco has to offer with these wonderful guided or self guided cycle tours!

We have found 8 ticket options for you!

Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour

Enjoy the freedom to explore any of the self-guided tours. Take your pick and head off on the electric bike, taking in the sights of San Francisco as you go.

Get intimate with San Francisco and Sausalito on a guided tour of the City, Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito.
Check out breathtaking coastal views, Palace of Fine Arts, The Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum, and Ocean Beach.
Bike through Fisherman's Wharf, Fort Mason, Crissy Field, the Presidio, and Fort Point. Bike the Golden Gate Bridge on wide bike path with awesome views!
One full charge on the Electric bike will take you 16 - 23 miles!!

Self Guided Tours Include:

  • Up to 24-Hour Bike Rental

  • Helmet

  • Front Handlebar Bag

  • Bike Bell

  • Water cage

  • Kryptonite Lock

  • Rear Rack and Bungee

  • Map & Map Holder

  • Custom route instructions

Why not combine your visit to the Bay City Bike Rentals & Tours - Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour with other famous attractions and activities in California such as Madame Tussauds or visit the San Francisco Dungeon 

Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito

Starting at any one of the Fisherman's Wharf locations, beginner to experienced riders will be thrilled to travel East along the city's majestic waterfront. Along the way, circle around the historic Municipal Pier, climb through Fort Mason, and cruise past the stately bayside homes of the Marina. Nestled between the Marina and Presidio neighborhoods lay one of the city's historic jewels, the Palace of Fine Arts. Visit the architectural gods and angels of the awe-inspiring rotunda, as you traverse the lagoon and fountains of this celebrated gem. Be sure to check out the nesting swans that migrate here every spring to lay their eggs.
Crissy Field is next on the biking adventure, home to restored marshlands, wide bike path and grassy knolls perfect for picnicking. The Golden Gate Bridge and Bay views from here are expansive and the area has many stops including the Warming Hut cafe, just off the Torpedo Wharf Fishing pier. Next is the unused military lookout at Fort Point, positioned beneath the Golden Gate Bridge. The view from here is well-known for inducing a case of vertigo (ahem, Hitchcock)!
The ride peaks with the amazing ride across the Golden Gate Bridge on a wide bike path with spectacular Pacific and Bay views. Riders coast two miles downhill into sunny Sausalito- the charming seaside village home to endless cafés, art galleries and restaurants. Riders can ride back and hopefully catch a California sunset!

City Coast and Parks

You can Bike the Bridge and see the city on this comprehensive ride covering all the major sites!
Riders travel along Fisherman's Wharf and the Marina down the city's waterfront. Witness serene coastal views and the Palace of Fine Arts as the ride continues through the Presidio, Fort Mason, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Visitors can ride two ways down the bridge, so riders double back and head off towards the city's dramatic edge.
Along the coast there are quiet hills and outstanding lookouts including Baker Beach, known as a favorite of nudist sunbathers. Riding through Sea Cliff, the Easter Richmond district, cyclists will explore the mammoth houses and darling neighborhoods that are lucky to call the coast their home. At the turn of this voyage comes Lincoln Park, home to the Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum. Riders may pause for thought as they visit a bronze cast of Rodin's The Thinker…then it's off to Ocean Beach. On the way, the route passes the abandoned Sutro Baths, Sutro Heights Park and Seal Rock- some of the coolest treasures in San Francisco history.
Coast into Golden Gate Park, home to an endless display of beauty and multiple museums: Stow Lake, Shakespeare Gardens, the Japanese Tea Gardens, the California Academy of Sciences, DeYoung Museum, and the Arboretum- just to name a few.. Next door, visit the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood: the definitive San Francisco hippie experience now affording boutique shopping and gourmet food.
On the way back, riders cut up through the Inner Richmond neighborhood via Arguello Blvd, a wide painted bicycle thoroughfare that connects our city. Coming back though the historic Presidio, riders will see the remarkable architecture dating back to the Civil war- now home to modern efforts like Lucasfilms, Walt Disney Family Museum, and multiple non-profits.

Sausalito to Tiburon

This is the road less traveled.
Although many culminate their cycling journey in Sausalito, for others it is only the beginning. Ride out of town on the well marked Bay Trail into the Bothin Marsh. Cyclists will cross several wooden bridges and pass a few practicing little league teams before turning onto Tiburon 8 (as it's known in these parts). The bayfront road wiggles around the peninsula that splits Mill Valley into West and East.
Once on the eastern side- the area, locally known as Strawberry, affords a winding shoreline ride to the inner sanctum of Southern Marin. From Seminary Drive, riders are truly on the back roads, getting an up close and personal view of Richardson Bay. The way is so peaceful it is home to a Monastery, an Audubon center and a Wildlife Sanctuary!
From here the road becomes a stretch of shoreline named Blackie's Pasture Park. Well- thought out playgrounds and ample grassy soccer fields dot the path to the destination village of Tiburon. Though a shark in Spanish, Tiburon really possesses only adorable shops, delicious food, and clear blue views of San Francisco. Riders can turn off one last tome to visit most-exquisite Belvedere. Or simply arrive downtown to enjoy food and beverages while waiting for return ferries to bring everyone back to the big city.

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