626 N. RAMPART ST NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

In the French Quarter!

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504-322-3455 info@crescentcitybiketours.com

Open 9:30am - 5pm Closed Tuesday


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Bike Tours and Bike Rentals, in the heart of New Orleans history!

Our tours are intimate, leisurely bike rides with established locals who love sharing stories about our magical city.  Join us!

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Bike tours and Bike Rentals.

Cover more ground on a Crescent City Bike Tour or Bike Rental!  Enjoy a leisurely, guided New Orleans bike tour on a classic urban cruiser.  Smell the beignets and hear the music play as we ride through the eclectic streets of the Crescent City.  Our bike tours are given by established locals who will cover New Orleans history from its beginning in the 17th century to today.

Get off the beaten path and see
hidden secrets of this magical city.

We also offer New Orleans bike rentals.  Rent a bike and explore New Orleans on your own!  We'll hook you up with everything you need - maps, helmet, a lock, and any advice you might need to get you on your way to experience New Orleans the way locals do. Our bikes are cool, comfortable and well-maintained.

We're here to support you at any time during your ride through our city.
We're locally owned and operated and our focus is on customer service.

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Tours

Mississippi River Ride

Morning Tour starts at 9:30 a.m.
(or ask us if you'd prefer a different start time - we're flexible!)
Advance reservations recommended
2.5 - 3 hours : $49 • (includes $4 Algiers ferry fare)

Mississippi River Ride

The Crescent City Bike Tour takes you through the historic streets of many different areas of the city. We'll ride through the Vieux Carré (French Quarter), Treme', Louis Armstrong Park (Congo Square), Mississippi River Front and we'll even cross the Mississippi River on the ferry and take a ride on the levees of Algiers Point, the second oldest neighborhood in the city. You'll see Congo Square, the tomb of the unknown slave at St. Augustine Church, St. Louis Cemetery #1, Treme' neighborhood, the Mississippi River and our beloved French Quarter.

Mississippi River Ride

 

City Park Pedal

Afternoon Tour starts at 1 p.m.
(or ask us if you'd prefer a different start time - we're flexible!)
Advance reservations recommended
2.5 - 3 hours : $49

City Park Pedal

The City Park Pedal takes you through the historic streets of many different areas of the city.  We'll ride through Louis Armstrong Park, Congo Square, the Treme' neighborhood, tree-lined Esplanade Avenue with it's beautiful Creole mansions on either side, St. Louis #3 cemetery (we can even ride our bikes through it), City Park - home to the largest collection of 100-year-old live oak trees, and finally the Vieux Carré (French Quarter).  You'll see Congo Square, the tomb of the unknown slave at St. Augustine Church, St. Louis Cemetery #3, City Park and loads of hidden gems along the way. Pedal leisurely through tree-lined streets and feel the warm breeze against your skin. We keep an easy pace, but we'll cover a lot of ground, literally and through historic references.  We also stop for refreshments along the way. Reserve your spot today and let the good times roll!

City Park Pedal

Bike Rentals

$35 / 24 hour rental
$25 / same day return or additional days

Multi-day/Weekly rentals available

Explore New Orleans on your own!  We'll hook you up with everything you need - maps, helmet, a lock, and any advice you might need to get you on your way to experience New Orleans the way locals do.  Our bikes are cool, comfortable and well-maintained.

We're here to support you at any time during your ride through our city.

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We will be in touch as soon as we can!
Bike reservations are
confirmed whenever
you hear back from us.
We will be in touch as
soon as we can!

About Us

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We started thinking about starting our own bicycle business after we took a bicycle tour in 2012.  It was so much fun and we learned so much about our own city!

Kristine was born and raised in the lower ninth ward.  Her great-great grandfather, Milton Doullut and great grandfather, Paul Doullut, were riverboat pilots who built both Doullut Steamboat Houses in the old Holy Cross neighborhood. She left New Orleans when she was 22 to join the Army, and was a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.  She traveled the world with the military for ten years, and came back to her roots in 2007.

Richie is a bicycle enthusiast who has lived in the New Orleans area for over 30 years.  He has a passion for music and loves to connect with people.  His love for the city and its stories really comes through while he leads people on the tours through the city. They are both so excited to be a part of the French Quarter community!  Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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