Private Bike Tours
Our bespoke private tours are unique sightseeing and cultural experiences. Our Private Tours are available only to groups with 4 or more guests in their party.
We believe it really takes four hours to see and enjoy Amsterdam. A four hour tour is 50 Euros per person. Additional hours are 50 Euros per hour. Our apologies, but we do not offfer group discounts, nor do we offer tours to parties with under 4 riders.
Request a private tour by filling in a short form on our Booking & Info page. Advanced reservations and a deposit are mandatory. If you send us an inquiry and don't receive a reply, we kindly ask that you check your spam folder.
Please feel free to leave us a note if you wish to have an extra focus for your tour; e.g. Jewish history, Christian history, WWII, Cannabis, Dutch cuisine, Beer, Coffee, lunch stop, etc.
Or create your own tour...
Perhaps there is a bike tour that you want which we haven't mentioned? We can arrange elegant wedding parties, complete with champagne and crudité picnics or an inspiration trip for your design business. We work with you to create unique experiences. One of the most unusual tours we created was for a group of English masons which highlighted various Dutch brick-making techniques and included stops at Dutch brown bars. Email us!
Private bike tours are available 7 days per week.
All our private bike tours are on high quality Electra Townie Bikes. (Groups 25+ may have other bicycles.)
We provide rain gear, saddle bags and helmets (helmets upon request).
If you have luggage, you are welcome to store it safely with us for the duration of your tour.
Families with young kids: If your child is over 13 and has ridden over 20 kilometers before they are welcome to join us for a Private Country Tour. Please accept our apologies, but we do not allow children under 13 on our tours in Amsterdam. Check out our Local Tips section for great things to do with kids in Amsterdam.
"Toleration is the greatest gift of the mind; it requires the same effort of the brain that it takes to balance oneself on a bicycle." - Hellen Keller