BIKE TOURS OF RIGA
An E.A.T. Riga Bicycle Tour shows more of the city
With the same approach that we apply to our Walking Tours, we also offer our Riga bicycle tours. Relaxed, informative and enjoyable, you’ll see much more of the city by pedal-power on one of our Riga cycling excursions. Great to see more and discover hidden gems within Riga. Take a look at our Bicycle Tour offers here:
BICYCLE TOURS IN RIGA
2 wheels are a perfect way to explore Riga!
Private bike tours may be booked in advance with us all through the year but are dependent on good weather, especially in the winter!
Entertaining, active and safe tours
Our tours are fun, informative and stress-free – our guides take the best routes depending on the season and time of day. As locals we know how bikes can be best used in the city, where it is possible to ride and where are the most bike-friendly. Riga, in the past years, has undergone some big developments, with new bike lanes installed and a new wave of bicycles hitting the streets. This helps us in the development of our routes, so a big thanks to Riga for becoming more bike friendly!
Why choose an E.A.T. Riga bicycle tour?
A friendly and fresh approach to showing the city.
Experienced bike tour guides with great knowledge of the city.
A range of well maintained bikes in different models to suit every size.
Discount on bike rental for the rest of your stay.
Flexibility to tailor a bike tour to your interests.
Bike tours are great to get around, you’ll see much more, much faster on two-wheels. Riga is a very flat city, so it is a great place for bicycles. With many different districts and suburbs to see, we have so much possibility to truly discover the real Riga. Small groups, large groups, we can make a route that suits you. During the warmer months, why not join us on a ride to Jurmala beach. There is a nice scenic route that leads us all the way to this popular beach destination.
If you have any questions about our bike tours please feel free to contact us for more information. Tours can run all year, but beware – November to February can be a little cold!