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  • Duration: 3.5-4 Hours

  • Tour Time: Monday-Wednesday-Thursday 9:30 AM 

  • $88 Per Rider 

  • Distance: 15+ miles

  • Moderate to Expert

Seaside Villages, Mansions,
and Coastline Bike Tour


This is our most comprehensive bike tour along the coast! Enjoy pedaling around the island of New Castle, along the Piscataqua River's inlets and bi-ways, and along the Atlantic Ocean, all while passing by the summer cottages, mansions, lighthouses, secluded beaches, coastal walkways, and seafood shanties. Your guide will take you by the best of New Hampshire's Seacoast from Portsmouth to North Hampton and stop along the way at points of interest for pictures, storytelling, and sightseeing. Meet your guide 30 minutes prior to your tour start time at the Historic John Paul Jones House.  We’ll provide a short briefing about the rules of the road, bike safety, and bike operation. 


  • South Street Cemetery

  • Wentworth by the Sea

  • Great Island Common

  • Rye State Harbor

  • And More

What to Expect:

At your selected departure time, meet your local guide and get fitted with your bike.  This tour will be surrounded by the river and the Atlantic Ocean while stopping en route. There are some small hills, but this tour is mostly at sea level and not too difficult or strenuous. 

  • Offered at 9:30 am

  • 3.5-4 hrs.

  • 15+ miles

  • $88 Adult Bicycle

  • Moderate experienced rider

  • You must be comfortable on a bike for long-distance

Tour Includes:

  • Expert guide, high-end 21-speed city bike, and safety equipment (helmet & vest).

  • Upgrade to an ebike for an additional cost of $45.00 for the tour. 

Additional Information:

  • This tour is not recommended for those who are uncomfortable cycling on city streets. We welcome families with children who are comfortable cyclists and at least 14 years old. Younger riders and those less comfortable on two wheels are encouraged to take our Islands and Harbor Bike Tour.

  • The tour is roughly 20% in parks and paths and 80% in coastal riding.

  • While we have water for sale, you might consider bringing an extra sports drink and snacks.  


Can’t make the tour? You’re welcome to rent a bike and follow the route on your own. 

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