Discount Tickets SF Electric Bike Tour over the Golden Gate Bridge.
If you’ve ever thought about riding a bike around San Francisco, but didn’t want to pedal up all the hills, get a deal on an Electric Bike Tour that lets you ride around the city and over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, with a return by ferry. You can book this tour for $10 to $40+ off the regular price (includes bike fitting & training).
This is a fun tour to take with active friends and family members. The tour takes three to four hours, with a few fun stops at hidden waterfront view locations. These bikes are the new UltraMotor A2B electric bikes with “Power On Demand,” so you can choose between pedaling, electric motor power, or both. For a better idea of what the tour is like, check out the San Francisco Electric Tour Company’s video below.
NOTE: The following ticket deals are not available directly from the merchants but via different online ticket deal companies. Follow the links for more information from each ticket source.
DEAL 1: Electric Bike Tour Discount Tickets $10 Off — Three choices of Electric Bike Tours, including over Golden Gate Bridge from SF to Sausalito. Most dates available.
DEAL 2: Golden Gate Bridge Electric Bike Tour Discount Tickets 50% Off — $42.50 (reg. $85). This ticket source asks for free sign up/sign in to access this great price. (You can unsubscribe easily at any time.)
DEAL 3: Go Select San Francisco Card gets you a decent discount anytime for Electric Bike Tours (usually at least 20% to 55% off). These cards are a lot better than they used to be so give them a look. Go Select is a “build your own” pass that lets you select two (or more) top SF activities and attractions out of 55+ choices. You have 30 days from first use to do both/ all, and you can print or show on your smart phone.
WHEN: Tours leave at 10 am daily (except holidays). Deal 1 and 2 may have different dates available, so check both.
WHERE: San Francisco Electric Tour Company Tours start at 757 Beach Street, near the corner of Hyde Street (near the Hyde Street Cable Car turn around in Fisherman’s Wharf.)