Historic Coastal Bike Adventure over Miami Beach, Surfside and Bal Harbour
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- Day Trip
Did you know that Miami Beach is mostly man-made? And that Biscayne Bay used to be a swamp? And that Muhammad Ali became a champion here in South Beach? This is a guided bicycle tour from southernmost tip of Miami Beach all the way to the top of Bal Harbour which is the northern tip of the 10 miles long island. Along the tour you will learn history, culture, and scandals of the 3 cities we visit. Halfway through our trip we will stop and have a quick picnic in the park, each guest gets a complimentary fruit bowl. You will get a chance to experience Miami Beach outside of the tourist ridden path. It's a bike ride most travelers wouldn't take on by themselves. This coastal bicycle ride is one of the most scenic bike rides in the world. Other things to note: The bicycle trip is 20 miles long, and takes around 5 hours to complete. With plenty of stops and steady slow pace it’s moderate in difficulty. Electric bicycle is available for additional fee (contact us for that).
Operated by: Damian Rudys
Stop At: South Pointe Park
One of the most scenic parks in the world, surrounded by water from 3 side: The Atlantic, Government Cut, and Biscayne Bay. From here you can see Miami Skyline, port of Miami, Fisher island, Key Biscayne 5 miles south, and the South of Fifth skyscrapers.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Ocean Drive
History, architecture, and true crime & scandals for the city on the edge - Miami Beach.
Duration: 20 minutes
You'll get to see and experience a municipality located north of Miami Beach and get to know its' history and interesting facts. We will also go past the location where the tragic building collapse took place (6/24/2021).
Pass By: Bal Harbour
The last leg of the tour we will be riding through Bal Harbour, which is the 3rd and last municipality on the island. You'll get to experience completely different vibe than touristy South Beach, Miami Beach and get to know bits and pieces about the history and culture of this luxurious ocean city.
Stop At: Haulover Inlet
Haulover Inlet, Bal Harbour (correction!) is our final destination. I'll tell you more about the history of this inlet (waterway canal connecting Biscayne Bay to Atlantic Ocean) and how it was a major gateway for cocaine smugglers back in the 1970s and 80s. At this point we will take some photos and have a relaxing break.
Duration: 25 minutes