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Beer Bike

569 Reviews
English speaking local guide
1.5 hours beer bike experience
20 litres of beer per bike
Sound system for own choice of music
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Imagine this: Your group rock up to an outdoor bar surrounded by 14 seats, 7 on each side and a chillout chair at the back. You're all greeted with a pint glass and an onboard beer tap before taking a position on the bar on wheels. You'll have a driver steering this unique vehicle so you can neck beers to your heart's content. This awesome bar on wheels is truly unique - jump on board, grab a frosty one and get pedalling!


Minimum People
8 (smaller groups prices will be based on the minimum)
Maximum People
28 (multiple sessions may be needed for larger groups)
To bring
Flat sole shoes
Useful Info
Transfers are not included
Larger groups will be split across multiple bikes as each bike holds 14 people
Important Info
Start Times
Mon to Sun 9:30 - 19:30
2 hours
Minimum Age
Minimum Height
140 cms
Maximum Weight
150 kgs
22 Mar - 31 Sep


From 569 reviews
We were taken to some old abandoned building on some dirty track next to it where we just rode up and down there a couple of times.
Christopher Mccavish
The 'staff' attendance was good. Both staff could speak English which helped. The location for the bike route was not very scenic, but we were not on the bike for the scenery!
Colin Roy
Was a great laugh just a shame about the location
Darren Anderson
While we made the most of it and had a good laugh, we were quite disappointed initially. The ride itself was in the middle of nowhere by some abandoned building and there was literally nothing to see. I think it has been moved for safety reasons, but in my opinion it isn’t worth doing.
Mark Curtis
As a group we thought this experience awful. I booked this from others people's experience and what I have seen online but ours was nothing like the pictures/videos. It didn't help the weather was bad but we was taken to an abandoned factory and rode the bike up and down a single track. I would also highly recommend you have the full 8 people on the bike! We had 6 and once a couple of people stop it become hard work rather than something we enjoyed.
Mark Bierton

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