|San Diego Biking could not be better! There are miles of bike paths with wonderful views of the coastline.
Some bike tours:
This is our MOST popular bike tour! You can bike to the top of Mount Soledad for a stunning 360? view of San Diego. Then head down from the top of Mount Soledad for a thrilling 3.5 mile descent! You can tour some of San Diego's MOST prestigious and quaint neighbors, including La Jolla, Pacific Beach, and Mission Beach.
San Diego Coastal Bike Tour:
Start from La Jolla Shores. Ride on the bike path overlooking the ocean, through the beautiful back streets of La Jolla, through Bird Rock, Wind'nSea, Pacific Beach and then back to La Jolla Shores. You can visit La Jolla Cove and Children's Pool on the way back and usually see quite a few seals or sea lions!
Ride around the beautiful flat bike paths of Mission Bay. We stop at the Bahia Hotel to take a look at some rescued Harbor Seals. Perfect for Beginners and families. If you are staying on Mission Bay, we will bring the bikes right to your hotel!
Gas Lamp/Seaport Village:
This is a great tour for beginners and appropriate for all levels. You will be able to witness San Diego's spectacular waterfront, the Coronado Bridge and learn about San Diego's Gaslamp District.
This ride starts at Mission Bay and takes you to the ferry over to Coronado Island. You can ride around quaint Coronado Island, visit the famous Hotel Del Coronado and then have a Gourmet Picnic Lunch, then back to Mission Bay. Views from Coronado include downtown San Diego and Cabrillo Monument.
Zoo to Blue:
This ride starts at the World Famous San Diego Zoo, swings through some of the fascinating gardens of Balboa Park and then heads down for a stop in San Diego's Historic Old Town Park. Then it's along the wonderful bird corridor of the San Diego River and on to dip your wheels in the Pacific Ocean! The tour winds up with a spin around the ocean and bay sides of Mission Bay's charming neighborhoods. This is a cycling sampler of San Diego sights, views and attractions. You will love it (and it's mostly downhill or flat riding)!