Downtown Milwaukee Tour2020-07-07T10:47:29-05:00


Get to know Milwaukee’s downtown on a seven seat bike! We’ll ride through the 3rd ward to see the shops and attractions now on what was formally commission row while learning about the great fire of 1892 and the area’s fascinating past. Then we’ll see the history of Milwaukee and the world carved into the boardwalk. We’ll see the former base of Milwaukee’s fleet of fireboats and the ghost signage common to the ward, then cross the river to see Walker’s Point’s new water tower sculpture and other landmarks before returning to our start.

Tour duration is approximately 1 3/4- 2 hours. Departs Sunday to Friday at 10AM and other times by request. $40/ person.

For safety due to covid, for the summer of 2020 tours will be for your group only, for groups of 4-6 riders.


Tour begins at Jerry’s Dock, 318 S. Water st, across from the Next Act Theatre. Parking is usually available. When searching for the address, please be sure to specify South Water, not North.

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.