This was our first time on a Segway and we absolutely loved it! Robbin was our guide and she was knowledgeable and extremely warm and friendly. We highly recommend this tour.
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Jay - our guide- was full of interesting tidbits about Chicago, very helpful in getting everyone comfortable with their segway. Segways are a great way to see the waterfront. When our friend was sick and unable to ride, Bike & Roll was very accomodating -...More
We really enjoyed the guided tour along Lake Michigan. A perfect way to explore the city and relax on a hot summer day! Jay was great! He guided us through a heavy crowd during the Air & Water Show and showed us places apart the...More
Robbin was our guide, she was great, lots of fun, very informative, she made sure everybody was safe and having fun. My 4 th tour with bike and roll, I always bring new friends because I can always count on excellent customer service . Sunset...More
Son and I went to the Millennium Park location to rent. Kids bikes were gone but he was able to ride an adult one. I would recommend renting at the Navy Pier location since the bike trail is right there. At the park we had...More
Unfortunately our tour got cancelled because the tour guide "assumed it would continue to rain" and left work early. Will not be rescheduling.
I took the Segway Tour with my grandson and his friend and we really enjoyed it. Devon was the Tour Guide - very personable, good sense of humor, knew the Segway, and excellent Tour Guide. It would have been nice to be able to speed...More
Great deal with the groupon and such a fun activity with amazing views of the Chicago skyline! Jay was a great instructor!
This was one of the most fun excursions I have ever been on. Cross this off my bucket list! Our guide, Sophie, was FANTASTIC! She made the trip fun with her excitement, enthusiasm, and wonderful knowledge of Chicago. A huge asset to our fun evening!...More
Had a great time on the Night Segway Tour. Easy to find and safe access to the start/end location as well, in Millenium Park next to the Jay Pritzker Pavillion/stage. Only takes a few minutes to learn, then you can zip around from landmark to...More