San Francisco

Bay City Bike - Self Guided Day Rental Comfort Bike

Bay City Bike is your destination for everything bike…rentals for all ages and ability levels, guided tours, maps and suggestions for exploring the city on your own, plus all the extras you’ll need such as helmets, locks, rear rack and bungee, water holder, and a front camera bag. For your self-guided day rental, choose either a comfortable hybrid bicycle, which is part mountain bike and part road bike, or for a little extra help on those SF hills, select an electric bike. The staff at the shop will assist you in selecting the best fitting bicycle for you, and provide maps for popular self-guided tours. While the tours take anywhere from 2-5 hours, your day rental is good for 24 hours.

Self-guided tours begin at either Fisherman’s Wharf or Golden Gate Park. From Fisherman’s Wharf you can cycle along the coast to and over the Golden Gate Bridge before coasting downhill into sunny Sausalito, the coastal town with the Mediterranean vibe. Or you can ride to beaches, or the Marina and Presidio neighborhoods, or take the wide bike lanes that cut into Golden Gate Park, where you can visit Stow Lake, the Botanical Gardens, and the Shakespeare and Japanese Tea Gardens. An urban ride is also an option, exploring the back alleys of Little Italy, Barbary Coast, and the culturally rich Mission, Castro, and Haight Ashbury neighborhoods. You will also want to see the charming Painted Ladies of Alamo Square!

If you’re starting out at Golden Gate Park, you can loop through the park visiting three museums, circle around Stow Lake and continue along the coastal bike trail to visit the Cliff House and Sutro Bath. Safe, designated bike lanes lead you across the bridge if you like, or wind through the historic and majestic Presidio with its mammoth trees and world class views. Stop to shop at some high end vintage clothing boutiques. Ride across town through Polk Gulch and enjoy the grand finale of arriving at the city’s cool waterfront. At this point you’ll have the option of returning to where you began or dropping off the bike at Fisherman’s Wharf. Any of the routes will take you to many impressive sightseeing locations and provide hours of enjoyment.

Location: Two San Francisco locations - 501 Bay Street (Fisherman's Wharf) OR1669 Haight Street (Golden Gate Park) Can only redeem one time from one of the locations.
Hours:  Open daily at 8:00 am. Closing times vary by season.

Bay City Bike is your destination for everything bike…rentals for all ages and ability levels, guided tours, maps and suggestions for exploring the city on your own, plus all the extras you’ll need such as helmets, locks, rear rack and bungee, water holder, and a front camera bag. For your self-guided day rental, choose either a comfortable hybrid bicycle, which is part mountain bike and part road bike, or for a little extra help on those SF hills, select an electric bike. The staff at the shop will assist you in selecting the best fitting bicycle for you, and provide maps for popular self-guided tours. While the tours take anywhere from 2-5 hours, your day rental is good for 24 hours.

Self-guided tours begin at either Fisherman’s Wharf or Golden Gate Park. From Fisherman’s Wharf you can cycle along the coast to and over the Golden Gate Bridge before coasting downhill into sunny Sausalito, the coastal town with the Mediterranean vibe. Or you can ride to beaches, or the Marina and Presidio neighborhoods, or take the wide bike lanes that cut into Golden Gate Park, where you can visit Stow Lake, the Botanical Gardens, and the Shakespeare and Japanese Tea Gardens. An urban ride is also an option, exploring the back alleys of Little Italy, Barbary Coast, and the culturally rich Mission, Castro, and Haight Ashbury neighborhoods. You will also want to see the charming Painted Ladies of Alamo Square!

If you’re starting out at Golden Gate Park, you can loop through the park visiting three museums, circle around Stow Lake and continue along the coastal bike trail to visit the Cliff House and Sutro Bath. Safe, designated bike lanes lead you across the bridge if you like, or wind through the historic and majestic Presidio with its mammoth trees and world class views. Stop to shop at some high end vintage clothing boutiques. Ride across town through Polk Gulch and enjoy the grand finale of arriving at the city’s cool waterfront. At this point you’ll have the option of returning to where you began or dropping off the bike at Fisherman’s Wharf. Any of the routes will take you to many impressive sightseeing locations and provide hours of enjoyment.

Location: Two San Francisco locations - 501 Bay Street (Fisherman's Wharf) OR1669 Haight Street (Golden Gate Park) Can only redeem one time from one of the locations.
Hours:  Open daily at 8:00 am. Closing times vary by season.

CHILD:

$32.00

ADULT:

$32.00

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child:

$32.00

adult:

$32.00

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