Napa Valley Electric Bike Tour
Napa Electric Bike Tour Overview
Get ready to tour Napa Valley – nearly effortlessly – on Napa’s FIRST Electric Bike Tour! You’ll ride farther and faster than you thought possible on an extraordinarily comfortable – and surprisingly zippy – Electric Bike!
If you’ve never ridden an eBike, we can’t wait for you to try one on this guided bike tour! Our eBikes make the bike ride “No Sweat” even for the most casual of riders!
You’ll meet at our shop located in Yountville, where your Tour Guide will outfit you on one of our super-powered Electric Bikes. No special knowledge is required to ride these eBikes. Your Tour Guide will get you familiar with how to operate the bike in less than 5 minutes. The Pedal-Assist motor kicks in as you pedal to create a totally natural biking feel that’s “you, only faster.”
A signature part of the Napa Electric Bike Tour is our wine country picnic, catered by Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bakery.
Sandwich selections include smoked turkey & brie, Parisian-style ham & gruyere, tuna Niçoise and a seasonal vegetarian selection on an assortment of Bouchon Bakery’s artisanal breads (gluten-free salad options are also available). Individual sandwich selections are accompanied by Kettle Chips and a sweet Bouchon Bakery treat!
We had no idea how much we would enjoy them!”
Note: The Napa Electric Bike Tour is adult-oriented and wine-focused and intended for guests age 21+. Your tour group (limited to 6 guests) may include other guests riding non-electric bikes.
Space is limited!
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