This mellow PEDEGO adventure explores the very best of rural Winston-Salem pedaling between 2 local universities, a world famous racetrack, lots of kudzu, and up to the edges of water with potential detours galore (guide and skills dependent).
e-BIKE: Downtown Loop…. via a Pedego
...most anytime, any day (with advanced booking)
Duration: 2 hours
Weight Limit: 260lbs – 400lbs (depending on bike)
Save $ for Group Bookings: Book with your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers or church members for Group savings! Any group size welcome, the more the merrier!
Meeting Location: Downtown @ Gateway, adjacent to Old Salem, across from UNCSA. Plenty of free parking (176 YWCA Way)
Inclusions: Safety video, small storage space on eBIKE, poncho for unexpected rain, bike lock if desired
Please bring: sunscreen, sunglasses, camera, attire appropriate for the weather
Minimum Group Size: 2 People
- Per Person $ Less for Groups of 3+
- Group of 3-6 Per Person
- Group of 7+ Per Person
Explore Winston-Salem on an electric-BIKE
Explore downtown Winston-Salem on this pedal-assist e-BIKE tour! These state-of-the-art beauties feature easy gear shifting, hydraulic disc brakes, and power pedal-assistance, all to give you an easy, smooth experience uphill or down.
We go even farther for your Downtown Loop Tour. We pedal from the beautiful Greenway around historic Old Salem and over to the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, Winston-Salem’s community-wide effort to renovate and rejuvenate downtown into a technological and cultural hub. Enjoy learning about the many buildings that have been repurposed into contemporary businesses, museums and even restaurants and retail spaces. Then we circle downtown according to festivals and traffic. Our whole tour is narrated by your e-bike tour guide.
Your USA-built e-bikes help you pedal up our many hills and thrills! Our roundtrip tours include bike orientation, helmet rental, lots of laughs, and a better understanding of Winston-Salem.
Please note: Tour guide gratuities are also not included.
Riders must wear flat, closed-toe shoes, like sneakers or tennis shoes (no flip-flops, sandals, high heels, etc.), and dress for the day’s weather. Helmets must be worn – riders are welcome to bring their own or we will provide one. We recommend bringing along a water bottle and sunscreen.
Absolutely NO alcohol or drugs before your ride, nor medication that may affect your balance or good judgment.
There are no snacks or beverages included, although we can make a brief coffee stop during the tour.
There is free parking available in the parking lot that is shared with the YWCA just across the street.