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Ride the bike friendly routes from Monterey to Pebble Beach & Carmel! Whether you are a beginner or an expert, have a few hours or a few days, we are here to make your bicycle adventure you'll never forget.
Although the bikes looked good they did not perform for the long trek we took. The booth was in a prominent location and so I think we were taken in by this thinking that the bikes would be well maintained but gears were clunky and...More
My family of four rented bikes for the day, planning to bike over the Golden Gate bridge, into Sausalito and then on to Tiburon before taking the ferry back to Fisherman's wharf. The team who helped get us set up with our equipment was very...More
I rented 5 bikes this morning for what was I thought a 4 hour rental as per the website.
The customer service was ok with clear instructions on where to go. However, the bikes were poor. All 5 bikes had worn rear tyres, which is...More
Bikes could use some improvement. The seat would not stay up and we kept trying to fix it... and then it would drop again. No partial refund offered. Nothing! Saying that we should have brought it back is really not the point... they should make...More
Talk about a fun filled day - we spent the morning on kayaks in the Monterey Bay up close and personal with the sea otters then hit the water front of Cannery Row for lunch and finished up with tandem bike rides along the Monterey...More
My husband and I were planning a trip down to the Monterey Bay. I had always wanted to rent bikes and ride the beautiful coast. As luck would have it, I found a Groupon online good for two all day hybrid bike rentals for the...More
Although the sights of the Monterey Bay are astonishing, and the road along the coast from the aquarium to Pebble Beach is undeniably beautiful, having to rush through the whole thing gives a rather bitter taste to the experience.
Facts: the route Blazing Saddles advises...More