Bikes & Beers Cycling Tour

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Bikes & Beers Cycling Tour
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Bikes & Beers Cycling Tour says
Explore the city one beer at a time.

There’s no better way to enjoy a ride than over some beers with friends. Cycle through the streets of Windsor, Ontario, sampling beers at local breweries and pubs. During your Bikes & Beers Cycling Tours, we’ll introduce you to some of our favourite local craft beers as well as a few tastes of unique imports.

The short jaunt might work up an appetite, so we’ll also be feeding you some tasty treats along the way, too. Average distance travelled is 20km total or less.

Participants are to provide their own bikes unless renting from WindsorEats. Helmets are mandatory. Guests are encouraged to bring locks to secure bikes when we enter establishments. Single and tandem bike rentals are available.

Once you purchase tickets, an email with additional information will be sent to you. The ride will start promptly at 1:30pm and we are asking everyone to meet at the starting point at 1:15pm. Final arrival to the original start point is approximately 5:30pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Detailed information will be emailed to you the week of the tour.

When the tour ends at the final location, participants can either stay and enjoy some more brews and food or follow our lead back to the starting point.

Guests will:

- Enjoy tastings and/or tours at 3 establishments across Windsor. Previous stops have included Walkerville Brewery, Motor Craft Ales - on tap, Craft Heads Brewing Company, Brew and others.

- Enjoy samplings of food along the way.

- Meander through some neighbourhoods of Windsor.

- Enjoy a scenic cycle along Windsor’s beautiful waterfront overlooking the Detroit skyline with the opportunity to stop for photos.

Additional Info:

Where: The starting point is the parking lot in Willistead Park, 1899 Niagara St., Windsor, ON.

Age Restriction: Must be 19+ to participate in the tour.

Duration: Approximately 4-5 hours

Weather: We ride rain or shine! We’re tough like that.
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By: WindsorEats