Glasgow Sightseeing & Tourist Attractions by Bike
An unmissable day out in Glasgow!
A Glasgow bike tour is a wonderful way to explore the city, to see its tourist attractions, and to uncover some of its hidden gems. This tour is for everybody – not just super-fit people! And trust us: you see a city differently on two wheels, rolling along its cycle lanes, listening to our passionate Glasgow tour guides. Check out our range of Glasgow bike tours to get an idea of the routes and tourist attractions you can look forward to, and please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
GLASGOW CITY 3 HOUR TOUR
FULL BHUNA ALL DAY TOUR
A Glasgow tour for everyone!
The perfect day out in Glasgow for anyone… not just die-hard cyclists
Glasgow Bike Tours has put a lot of work into creating and curating a tour that works for locals and visitors alike – and one that certainly isn’t only geared towards incredibly fit cycling aficionados. We avoid most of Glasgow’s hills and our tours are designed to be great days out in Glasgow, as entertaining and enriching as any walking tour or bus tour. However, we are more than happy to arrange an electric bike for you, so please ask if you think you may need one.
Your safety is our priority
Cycling is like breathing to all of us here at Glasgow Bike Tours, but we know not everyone feels as safe and comfortable on the roads as we do. Not only do we provide helmets for guests, but we follow the safest roads, cycle pathways, and exclusive bike lanes when possible. Cycling through Glasgow is perfectly safe when you’re with professionals.
A fantastic alternative to bus and walking tours of Glasgow
Our tours are geared towards tourism, history, and culture; they are a fun way for visitors and locals to explore more of Glasgow in 3 hours than could be possible on a walking tour, and for guests to get closer and touch many of Glasgow’s tourist attractions in a way that bus tours simply cannot offer. Explore Glasgow Cathedral, the Necropolis, the People’s Palace, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow University, and so much more. We think cycling is the best way to explore Glasgow as a tourist (or a local keen to learn about the city) and our overwhelmingly positive TripAdvisor reviews speak for themselves. If you’d like to learn a little more about us, you may like to read our story.
A wee note about Glasgow’s weather
Glasgow is lovely in any weather, whether it’s gloriously sunny or ingloriously dreich (a Scottish word for drizzly, cold, and cloudy). Our guides are happy to go out in all weathers, so don’t panic or assume the tour is off if it rains. Just remember to bring a waterproof!
See Glasgow in Style!
This bike tour is a great way to see Glasgow and to learn about its rich history
Alan was our guide, he was very friendly and his love for Glasgow and its history was reflected in the tour. He was very knowledgable about both old and new structures, and was able to answer all of our questions. In all, we biked about 10 miles, and Alan was very patient and respectful of the group’s pace (by that I mean me, and my out of shape self trying to pedal uphill). I am so glad I did this tour, and feel as though it was the best way to see and enjoy Glasgow. Thank you Alan for being a great guide!…Read this review on Tripadvisor
Myself and a group of friends enjoyed a wonderful bike tour today with our tour guide Keith. He was friendly, entertaining and informative. He was attentive to the group and ensured we all stayed together. It was amazing how many of Glasgow’s landmarks we managed to see in 3 hours. The cycle pace was relaxed and the bike’s were comfortable. We all enjoyed a wee treat in Botanics (the famous Tunnock’s tea cakes) that Keith brought us. I would recommend this tour to both tourists and locals. I hope to be back for another tour. Read this review on Tripadvisor.
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