San Francisco’s Best Electric Bike Tours are here – and they make you feel like a Superhero!
Explore San Francisco on a fresh air adventure on the best electric bike tours. Each adventure showcases SF’s coolest neighborhoods, essential landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, and plenty of hidden gems.
Electric bikes are all about possibility and the freedom to share more of the San Francisco we love— join us for a whole new world of exploration and adventure.
6 Reasons e-bikes are cool & why were excited about them
1. Ride with all your friends, family, and coworkers
Electric bikes level the playing field. That means you can bring along your favorite people of various ability, age, and fitness because everyone can keep up, effortlessly.
2. Don’t sweat the ride
With electric assist, it’s you, only stronger. Our e-bikes ride just like normal bikes and have almost no learning curve.
3. Love the SF hills
Let the views, not the climb, take your breath away! Our e-bikes make the hills a dream to ride and unlock the full magic of San Francisco’s most spectacular viewpoints.
4. Have more fun
E-bikes are a blast to ride. Get unrivaled, up-close access to all the best iconic and local sights. See more than should be possible, with energy to spare on a 100% authentic adventure.
5. Environmentally friendly
Rock & roll, responsibly. Our e-bikes can go more than 60 miles (96 km) on a 10 cent charge of electricity.
6. Help you get out there
On an electric bike, the wind’s always at your back, the hills melt away, and day is that much brighter. There is no better time to get back on a bike and fall in love with San Francisco (and biking) all over again.
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Who we are
Nick HormuthTour Guide, Bike Builder, and Historian
The driving (er… riding) day-to-day force behind Dandyhorse, Nick is a lifelong San Francisco enthusiast who loves showing people the best scenery and the best food by bike. Nick nerds out on history, photography, cooking, and builds one-of-kind bikes for you to ride. A native Californian, former teacher, and longtime resident of the Mission District, he can’t wait to welcome you and show you a true local adventure.
Nick’s favorites in San Francisco
- Pizza: Pizza Hacker
- Burrito: Taqueria San Francisco
- View: Bernal Heights Park
- Local Bike Ride: Marin Headlands
- Around Town Bike: His white 1975 Peugeot Px-10 single speed
- Local Camping: Angel Island State Park
- Music Spot: Club Deluxe
- Bar: Royal Cuckoo Market
- Hidden Gem: Free Gold Watch – “Awesome pinball arcade and print shop in the Haight Ashbury”
- Movie Theater: Castro Theater
- Favorite SF Park: The Presidio
- Beach: Baker Beach
- Restaurant: Al’s Place