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San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Bike Tour

Highlights
  • 3-hour guided bike tour from San Francisco to Sausalito
  • Follow a guide on a leisurely bike ride over the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Bicycle a mostly flat route along the San Francisco waterfront, including Aquatic Park Cove and Crissy Field
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San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito Bike Tour
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10am Morning TourMost Popular
Bike tour over the Golden Gate Bridge departing at 10am. Includes bike and equipment rental for one day.
US$55.00
1pm Afternoon Tour
Bike tour over the Golden Gate Bridge departing at 1pm. Includes bike and equipment rental for one day.
US$55.00
Overview
On this San Francisco bike tour, you’ll cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge from the city to the waterfront town of Sausalito. With a guide, ride from Fisherman’s Wharf to Marina Green and Crissy Field, and stop at Fort Point and Vista Point for photo ops of the bridge and San Francisco Bay. The 3-hour guided tour ends in Sausalito, where you are free to bike more on your own and return to the city at your leisure (either bike back or purchase a ferry ticket). This tour includes use of the bike for the full day.
What to Expect
Your 3-hour Golden Gate Bridge bike tour starts at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, where you’ll meet your guide. Then take off along a mostly flat route that follows the waterfront of San Francisco Bay.

Pedal past sights like Aquatic Park Cove, part of San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park, and enjoy views of Alcatraz Island and the Golden Gate Bridge. Then continue past Fort Mason Center, a National Historic Landmark; Marina Green, where beautiful homes face the water; the Palace of Fine Arts, built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition; and Crissy Field, part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

When you arrive at Fort Point, at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge, take advantage of a great photo op of the iconic red towers before crossing the bridge’s 1.7-mile (2.7-km) span, which ends at Vista Point, another panoramic viewpoint for photos of the bay and city skyline. Complete the last stretch of your bike tour into Sausalito, a small, upscale town known for its picturesque waterfront scenery.

From Sausalito, you will be on your own to continue exploring however you wish. Continue biking around the area, using your provided map to perhaps conquer the hills of the Marin Headlands or see more of San Francisco, such as the Presidio or Ocean Beach; refuel with food and drinks at one of Sausalito’s many restaurants (own expense); and return to the city at your leisure, either by biking back across the bridge or taking the ferry from Sausalito with your bike (ferry tickets are at your own expense).

Your bike tour includes full-day bike rental, so you can use your bike independently before and/or after your guided tour. Select a departure time for your tour when booking.
Reviews (316)
1 - 5 of 35 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great bike route; ferry is a fiasco

My wife and I very much enjoyed the bike tour beginning at Fisherman's Wharf, crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, and ending in Sausalito. Our guide was friendly and helpful, very mindful of the safety of our small group. Gorgeous views throughout the whole tour and...More

1  Thank ValenceElectron
BikeRentalManager, Front Office Manager at Bay City Bike Rentals and Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Actually, there IS absolutely a way to reserve the ferry back & skip the lines!! BikeSausalito dot com is the website. We gave the info to you upon departure - as we do all riders to Sausalito and likewise it is printed on your takeaway...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Fraudulent credit card use

As a family we had a lovely day on the bikes with no problems until our return to shop, the assistant couldn’t find the form which we completed with credit card details on for safety deposit (which is compulsory) when he eventually found it he...More

1  Thank macparty
BikeRentalManager, Manager at Bay City Bike Rentals and Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Contrary to your claim this has NEVER happened. One would think you would've contacted us so we could be part of the investigation. Please contact us immediately so we can assist you further!

Reviewed September 10, 2018
Nice tour

We had a great bike tour and our guide was good as well, we rented 11 bikes so we had a reasonable large group. The tour is not to long and there are enough stops to get refreshmants and toilet(bathroom) breaks. Just before we reached...More

2  Thank Barry C
Reviewed September 8, 2018 via mobile
Great fun. Great guide!

I booked the group tour and ended up it was just me and the guide Mehai. Fantastic guide, very friendly and knowledgeable. Pace was perfect. Got to see lots as a result of it just being me on the tour and take our time. Very...More

Thank Jess B
Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile
Guided bike tour over the Golden Gate Bridge

We had a great experience with our tour guide, Mihai . He pointed us the most interesting attractions in the city and also adapted the speed to everyone's needs. The tour was awesome and I highly recommend their services.

Thank Cruiser802938
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Tom M
August 25, 2018|
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Response from Jess S | Reviewed this property |
Yes and it’s actually mandatory to wear them!
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Mjsalzman
August 17, 2018|
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Response from Lisha v | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you return your bike to where you rented it. You can keep it for up to 24 hours from the time of pick up.
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