Come with us on a thrilling three hour ride around the heart of the world’s most amazing cities. Our guides will dazzle you with the tales of what makes London so great as we take in all of its most spectacular attractions, from The Tower of London to Buckingham palace.
The free tour model has been used for centuries by walking tours, but the best way to see London is by bike, and we’ve made it possible. Cycling is the most efficient way to go point to point over this vast city, a lot more fun than being stuck in London’s crawling traffic on a bus or traipsing around for hours on foot. We provide you the cheapest bike rental in London. At four pounds an hour, our groovy hipster bicycles are as cheap to rent as any of London’s bike sharing programmes, but offer a far more comfortable, stylish ride. We stick to London’s safe and well connected and bicycle specific paths, avoiding both traffic and pedestrians. They offer the best views of the Thames and the parks, and are super safe, so you can just enjoy the views, and get the best shots from stunningly instagrammable locations.
At the end of the tour, it is entirely up to you to decide how much you feel your experience was worth. If you aren’t satisfied with the tour, you aren’t obliged to tip your guide. But we definitely think you’ll want to tip them! You’ll love our thrilling, highly entertaining guides. They are history fiends and passionate London lovers, full of tales that will make you laugh, make you cry and have you on the edge of your saddle. They bring the amazing story of London to life.
Our tour begins at the London Bridge Spike, right beside the London Bridge Train Station. We cross the Tower bridge and marvel at the incredible juxtaposition of the Tower of London’s nearly 2000 years of visible history against the city’s almost futuristic skyline. From there, we cycle to the mighty St Paul’s Cathedral, the Monument . Along the Thames, we marvel at the London eye, before heading to the Westminster houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. We take a leisurely amble through St James’s palace towards Buckingham palace. We head across the River to the Tate Modern Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre and the Borough Market. By now, you’ll definitely have earned yourself a pint or a cuppa, we finish in an area teeming with charming hidden pubs cafes, and the best fish and chips in town.
Joining us is easy. Simply book your spot online, and rent one of our bikes. We run tours daily. Places are limited, but we will do what we can to accomodate you.
Once you’ve booked, meet us at the London Bridge Spike, which is located on the south corner of London Bridge. It’s right outside the London Bridge Station, which is easily accessible on the Jubilee and Northern lines on the tube, as well as Network Rail lines.
Over 2.5 Miles you will see
Buckingham Palace is the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen. Despite the fact it is not her ‘home’,
As ambassadors of London, it is our duty to inform you that ‘Big Ben’ is actually the name of the bell inside this mighty, impressive tower.
The Houses of Parliament, also known as the Palace of Westminster, is the home of the two parliamentary houses of the United Kingdom.
Trafalgar Square is the official centre of London. It is the modern day square that was built around Charing Cross.
Located next to The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey is a Gothic church steeped in over a thousand years of history
Our tour takes us through some of London’s Royal Parks.
While not as impressive as its counterpart, the Tower Bridge, the London bridge offers one of the best views of the Thames in London.
This amazing building alone tells so much of the story of London.
At 202 feet tall, The Monument to the great fire of London is the world’s tallest freestanding stone column.
St Paul’s is believed to be the fifth Cathedral to be on this exact location since 604.
The Tower Bridge was completed in 1894 after eight years of construction.
St James’s Palace is the lesser known of London’s Royal Palaces
Impress or irritate your friends by correcting them if they dare call this a ‘ferris wheel’, this is a cantilevered observation wheel
We cycle almost entirely on cycle lanes and park paths, avoiding the fury of London traffic. It’s safe, we won’t get stuck, you can relax and enjoy the ride!
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