San Francisco Hiking and Biking
"Best City Tour of 2006 and 2007" - Citysearch, "Must See" - California Travel and Tourism Commission
Roll along the streets of San Francisco before you rock the afternoon away at Pier 39's Hard Rock Cafe. There's no better way to end a bike tour of the city, including a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge, than with a hearty meal surrounded by legends of the music world.
Get out of the city on the San Francisco Bay Rock and Roll Bike Tour for a guided bike tour across the Bay. You'll cycle to all the major spots along the coastal bike path and cross the Golden Gate Bridge.
Return by ferry to San Francisco's famous waterfront where you will finish the tour at Pier 39's Hard Rock Cafe and enjoy 15 percent off your entire meal ticket. Pier 39's Hard rock Cafe boasts rock memorabilia from the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, John Lennon and more.
Bike and Roll is America 's leading bicycle rental company, serving thousands of satisfied customers each year. They only offer safe, top-of-the-line rental equipment and always provide outstanding customer service.
This may be the best way to see everything of interest in the San Francisco area.
Biking keeps us young in spirit! And there is no better way to get around, see new things, and stay healthy and active.
Bike and Roll is a "green" company, helping our world's environment by encouraging alternative, safe and healthy modes of transportation.
Discover a whole new side of San Francisco with these narrated MP3 tours. Three different neighborhoods are available and the self-guided pace allows you to take your time and enjoy the lively history and architecture of San Francisco.
San Francisco Marina Tour
This tour is between 2 and 8 miles in length and runs for about 45 minutes on your MP3 Player.
Castro District and Dolores Heights Tour
Hear about Harvey Milk, Hibernia Beach, the Castro Theatre, the Elephant Walk, the 1906 earthquake and much more. Finish your walk at the famous Twin Peaks Tavern opposite the giant Rainbow Flag.
This tour is about 3 miles in length and runs for about 54 minutes on your player.
North Beach and Chinatown Tour
Have great pasta and coffee, see 60's Hippie hangouts and watch
Fortune Cookies being made. Climb up to Coit Tower if you can, before making
your way past Portsmouth Square, through the famous Dragon Gate and on to
Union Square, or off to the quiet Antique Shops of Jackson Street.
Vampires aren't just for Halloween anymore. Take the San Francisco Vampire Walking Tour to explore the Gothic side of Nob Hill and discover the role vampires have played in the City by the Bay's history.
Your host, Mina Harker, takes you to six stops:
Mina will tell you the history of each of these stops and how vampires played a role in their history. You might call it "History with a Twist."
The tour contains roughly 85 percent true San Francisco history mixed with fun vampire lore and humor.
Nob Hill can get pretty chilly, so wrap up warm and wear comfortable shoes. Feel free to come in costume.