Self-Guided Bike Tour

Electric Bike Tour

Explore Alki Beach with ease on a new Electric Bike! Start and stop whenever you want with this self-guided electric bike tour. Shop, eat, and play all you want. Map and points of interest are provided.

Power through Alki Beach and West Seattle with our self-guided electric bike tour that takes riders along the water’s edge of the Puget Sound. This route will guide you along with incredible views of the Seattle waterfront, historic monuments, parks, and past ferries.

Begin at our location at Alki Beach, cruise on by the Mondo Condos, a quirky little neighborhood of beach cottages and other funky homes. You’ll see viewing points of The Space Needle, Duwamish, Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook, restaurants, and much more on your way through the water’s edge. Our electric bikes make it a breeze to see everything you want to in a limited amount of time.

Starting at $49

Skill Level

Approx. Time

3 - 4 hours total

Duwamish Head

There are incredible views from this point. A tiny outcropping of a park marks the site of Luna Park, an amusement canter built in 1907. You can see the remnants at very low tide.

Seacrest Marine & Elliot Bay Water Taxi

Nice dock for anglers; be sure you know what’s legal to catch! Teens and adults need fishing licenses; kids don’t. Catch the foot ferry to downtown Seattle’s Pier 54.

Seattle Birthplace Monument

This monument is a tribute to the settlers who landed at Alki in 1851. Nearby there is also a human size model of New York’s famous greeter, the Statue of Liberty.

Weather Watch Park

This tiny (135 ft long) park was completed in 1991, and has artwork that is so fun to look at it competes with the glorious view the spot affords of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook

One of Seattle’s stubbing viewpoints, this area was donated by Emma Schmitz in 1945. There is a rocky beach that is accessible during low tide. The tidepools are rich in limpets, lumpsuckers, blennies, chitons, nudibranchs, sea stars, sea slugs, sea cucumbers, and an array of other tidepool dwellers.

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park was called Fauntleroy Park until 1922 when the city bought it. The popularity of the name Fauntleroy in this area springs from the passions of Lieutenant George Davidson, who was taking sounding off the bluff in 1857.

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Included with this

Self-Guided Tour

  • Electric Bike
  • Helmet
  • Bike Lock

Gear up for the trip

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What to bring & wear

  • Comfortable Clothes and Shoes
  • Water Bottle
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Your Camera
  • Snacks, or Cash for Lunch

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Tour FAQs

What's included on my tour?

Our self-guided tours include an electric bike, a route map with all the great points of interest and historic facts about the area, a helmet, a bike bag or basket, and a bike lock. Plus, our rental clerks are happy to help you select the perfect bike for your adventure.

What do I need to bring?

We have your ride and route covered - so all you need to bring are comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, and your camera. And don't forget to bring some cash for lunch or a snack along the way! Bike bags/baskets are provided on all electric bikes for easy storage of items.

How long is the tour?

While on one of our self-guided electric bike tours, you can expect to be out exploring for 3 to 4 hours. This includes approximately 2 hours of riding time and 1 to 2 hours for lunch, shopping, photo ops, and exploring the area.

I want to take the tour...

You've made a great choice! We have plenty of electric bikes available, so no need to call, just come by. When you arrive, mention the bike tour. Our fantastic staff will ensure that you have everything you need. We don't take reservations, so please stop by our location.