Kids Ride FREE! $30/Large Bike $15/Small Bike
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You pay after tour...and ONLY if you had a great time and are 100% satisfied!
There's no charge for small children that ride along in an attached bike stroller or trailer.
Half off for local family & friends that come with you on the tour. (ask for details)
$30 - Adult/Large Bike
Small Child Tour - FREE
$15 - Small/Child Bike
Baby/Toddler Tour - FREE
Daily Bike Tours
Morning Tour (10am to 1pm)
Night Tour (6pm to 9pm)
1440 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
On this bike tour, we'll visit over 15 major stops on and around the National Mall including the following stops.
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Welcome to the District of Columbia, I’m Johnny Love, your guide! Whether you’re a first time visitor on vacation or a native to the DC Metro area just taking a day trip, you will definitely want to take in all these sights before you leave. And the best way to do that is on a bicycle adventure with me. Your tour will cover everything in and around our historic National Mall. Here's a hint if you didn't know, it's not a shopping mall! No, this Mall is a beautiful and impressive strip of land spanning over two and half miles, from the United States Capitol Building all the way to the Lincoln Memorial on the opposite side. Now, come explore our beautiful and rich history with me...
Your bike tour will visit the Lincoln Memorial, as depicted on the famous penny. This memorial honors our 16th president and preserver of our great union, Abraham Lincoln. His image is surrounded by 36 Greek Doric columns that represent the number of states in our union at the time of Lincoln’s unfortunate assassination. There are 145 steps stretching from the Reflecting Pool to the the interior of Lincoln’s temple. If you want, we’ll leave our bikes at the bottom of the steps, play the theme song from Rocky (Gonna Fly Now) then race to the top.
President Theodore Roosevelt gave the house the name it carries today, The White House. But ironically, the White House isn’t really white at all! On this sightseeing tour you’ll discover why. George Washington, the first president of the United States, hand selected the land the White House is built on. Unfortunately, he’s the only American president to never got the chance to live in it. He died before it's completion. Today the White House has 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, and 6 levels, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases, and 3 elevators. It’s over 49,000 square feet and is on the national registry of historic homes. It is the seat of power for the free world. And its value? Priceless.
This wouldn't be a complete tour if we didn't see the King Memorial. His statue towers above all other statues on the mall. It’s placement culminates 400 years of American struggle and growth as a nation. It embodies the struggle to secure human rights, fights for freedoms, and dreams of ALL Americans making us one united people. Bike with me to Dr. King and discover the many secrets that lay here.
Did you know there were two FDR memorials? There are, and this tour takes you to see both of them. The first FDR memorial is the smallest memorial on the National Mall and the other the largest, covering 7.5 acres of land. There are four outdoor “rooms”, one for each of President Roosevelt’s elected terms in office, each housing its own unique waterfall. The FDR memorials are the most interactive as well, we will stand in 'bread lines' from the Great Depression then listen to Fireside Chats and finally take a seat in Roosevelt’s lap.
“First in war, first in peace, and first in the heart of his countrymen” are the words penned by Henry Lee. This shows the sentiment the country felt towards General George Washington, our first American President. In 1783, while Washington was still alive, Congress proposed to build a monument to this great man. Walk with me to the base of this massive structure and slide your hands across it's smooth stones.
We’ll bike to the Korean War Memorial and stand side by side and look into the eyes of the heroic men who still stand tall. They are remembered for holding the line against the spread of communism and preserving our American way and providing freedom to those who cried for our help.
On our bike adventure we'll visit the memorial which honors our greatest generation. Its 56 majestic granite pillars tower 17 feet high, flanked by two triumphant arches. These pillars represent the states and territories that were a part of our union on September 7th, 1941 when we entered World War II. The wall where we mark the price paid for freedom has over 4,000 gold stars. Each star represents 100 soldiers. That adds up to over 400,000 Americans who gave their lives during World War II. We will take time to remember those who served and reflect on the memory of their great sacrifice.
Sightseeing on the National Mall...
Tour the Lincoln Memorial
Tour the Jefferson Memorial
Tour the FDR Memorial
Tour the WWII Memorial
Tour the Korean War Memorial
Tour the Washington Monument
Tour the United States Capitol
Tour the White House
Tour the Smithsonian Castle
Tour the MLK Jr. Memorial
Tour the WWI Memorial
Tour the Lincoln Memorial