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Have questions about our pedal tavern experience? Find answers to commonly asked questions regarding reservations, group sizes, age restrictions, and more.

Are we allowed to drink on the bike/bring our own beer?

No. We are not allowed to drink on the bike per city ordinance, but you may enjoy non-alcoholic drinks and food on the bike and there are plenty of watering holes on all the routes. We provide some regular water and there is no glass allowed on the bike.

What happens if it rains? Can I cancel my tour?

We ride rain or shine! If there comes a thunderstorm that's just so bad it keeps us from riding, we will reschedule! However, often a few extra minutes inside the pub is just what we need to let the rain pass. The bike is covered, and we are waterproof!

Is it hard to pedal?

Our bike is motor assisted! it isn't hard to pedal but it is a physical exercise so dress to sweat a little depending on the weather.

Do we have to sign a waiver?

Yes! Please, sign the waiver sent to your email or click here.

Can a rider be under 21?

Yes, we currently have tours where younger riders are allowed! Anyone wishing to be on a tour involving alcohol will have to be 21.

Should we tip the driver? How much?

Yes, driving the bike can be stressful! Its' customary to tip 5-10$ per person and can even be done on the card as you book the tour! No cash needed!

What's the cancellation/ refund policy?

We do not offer refunds for any reason. We are happy to reschedule and if there is serious weather the rider may reschedule or cancel a tour at any time at their discretion. If you feel you have extenuating circumstances, please contact us 72 hours prior to your tour.

Is there storage on the bike?

Yes, there are overhead areas to store clothes and bags but we are not responsible for lost or stolen items. That being said the driver is required to stay with the bike at all times.

When should we arrive? Where do we park?

Please arrive at least 20 minutes early. The tours don’t all start or end from the same place but each starting point has ample public parking. We suggest you carpool as much as possible to eliminate some costs. To see where the starting point is for your specific tour, click here.

What are the rules?

The rules are included in the welcome email and will be sent to your main booking person's email.

Is it dangerous?

It's no more dangerous than riding a regular bike.