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FAQ.

Still have questions? We have the answers.

About the Bikes.

We operate two, so each tour has a maximum of 12 guests along with our two guides.

Sure. Our guides are also happy to take pictures of your group all together with the bikes.

Yes, provided they are tall enough to be able to reach the pedals. Usually, this means about 10-11 years old.

The city does not permit this on our bikes.

Riders sit in a circle, so you can pick a seat facing whichever way you like.

The bikes are safe to ride and licensed by the city of Milwaukee as public passenger vehicles. They cannot tip over. Maximum speed is about 5 miles per hour. They are easy to pedal, and everyone can pedal at their own rate.

Times and Tickets.

Yes. In order to allow others to take the place you’ve reserved we do ask that you make this request at least seven days in advance.

If it rains we’ll offer to reschedule or give you a refund.

Yes, please purchase tickets online or by phone to make sure there will be enough space on your tour.

Please contact us. We’re happy to expand the schedule to accommodate your group.

The Food Tour of the Historic Third Ward.

2 ½ – 3 hours, depending on the pace of the group.

All food and restaurant tips are included in your tour price. The only thing not included are drinks you might wish to purchase at any of the restaurants we stop at.

Please let us know when you make your reservation. The online booking system will ask you about this once your payment is complete. We do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies on our tours.a

On each tour, we stop at five eateries to sample their signature dish- three main courses and two desserts. We have a variety or restaurant partners so tours are different, stops are not the same each time. If you are interested in a particular restaurant or cuisine please contact us.

Ghastly Tour History of the East Side Tour.

About an hour and forty-five minutes.

Yes. Everything on this tour is based on extensive knowledge and research of Milwaukee’s history.

No. We learn about the extraordinary, unexpected, and sometimes downright ghastly history of the neighborhood. But there are no ghosts or unexpected frights.