SF SCOOTER ADVENTURES – E-Scooter Tours in San Francisco
E-Scooter Tours provide the best way to explore San Francisco’s soaring views, exhilarating hills, and famous sights. Scoot through the city in a fraction of the time you’d spend walking! Ride on the best – Imax S1+ Electric Scooters with large tires, spacious deck, powerful motors and a range of 15 – 20 miles. Every guest receives a radio receiver and earbud, ensuring you’ll always hear what our tour guides have to say.
2.5 HOUR ELECTRIC SCOOTER TOUR TO GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
Take off on our 2.5 Hour Electric Scooter Tour that wheels through Maritime Park and then out to the Marina Green through the Presidio on the way to the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy incredible views of San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, and the city skyline.
After a brief session on how to safely operate the electric scooter, you will explore San Francisco’s Waterfront for approximately 2.5 hours. Tours are limited to 10 riders per tour guide.
Numerous stops perfect for Instagram or Snapchat – so don’t forget your smart phone.
PRIVATE e-SCOOTER TOURS STARTING IN FISHERMAN’S WHARF
YOUR GROUP WILL LOVE SCOOTING THROUGH THE WATERFRONT ON OUR NEW FLEET OF ELECTRIC SCOOTERS.
This one-of-a-kind fully guided and narrated experience takes you on a memorable and fun filled tour along San Francisco’s picturesque waterfront from Fisherman’s Wharf to the Golden Gate Bridge.
PRIVATE GROUP TOUR ITINERARIES:
The Wharf to Bridge Private Group Scooter Tour route follows the waterfront and allows guests great views of San Francisco Bay and the City Skyline.
After a brief training session on how to safely operate the electric scooter, you will explore the San Francisco waterfront or Golden Gate Park for three hours. Your experienced and fun tour guide will narrate your tour through a compact single ear-bud sound system.
Each guest is issued a compact radio receiver so they don’t miss a detail of what the guide is saying about each site seen on the tour. Numerous stops are made for photos – so don’t forget your camera.