Small-Group E-Bike Tour in Albuquerque

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  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2.5 hr

E-Bikes are what Heritage Inspirations defines as F-U-N! They have an integrated motor that offers riders a pedal assist option to give a little extra boost when needed. They are a workout with a little less work. Pedal assist removes the challenge of biking in high elevation and climbing hills, so riders can just enjoy the journey. E-Bikes are a one-size-fits-all option for biking tours giving multigenerational families and groups of varying physical abilities the chance to ride together, unveiling a whole new lens on travel. Try one of our crafted city tours where you will explore the lesser known corners of Albuquerque, diving deep into the culture and scenery. Our Inspired Guide will lead you as you tour the neighborhoods and wooded areas that serve as the foundation of the culture and history that created these unique and enchanting cities. Let our guides be in charge of the navigation and bring your tour to life with insider stories and tips!

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

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Heritage Inspirations e-bike shop is located in Hotel Chaco.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Join us on a 2.5 hour relaxing E-Bike cruise to explore the public art that brightens our wonderful city. Explore and immerse yourself in the heart of the “Duke City” a.k.a. Albuquerque honor of the viceroy of New Spain, the 10th Duke of Alburquerque. On the route you will discover dozens of bronze, steel and wooden sculptures, mosaic wrapped walls and fresco murals.Our guides will start with an Orientation and Safety Talk. Then they will introduce you to your new E-Bike that each have a New Mexico city named license plate. Following a demo ride in the parking area outside our shop we begin our Duke City E-bike experience.

Duration: 20 minutes

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The iconic KiMo Theatre offers a unique venue for quality entertainment in Downtown Albuquerque. A wide assortment of local and national acts to perform at this historic landmark. The restored movie house hosts a diverse mix of concerts, plays, ballets, artist discussions, movie screenings and more.

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Featuring an unusual Venetian Gothic Revival architectural style inspired by the Doge's Palace in Venice, the building is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks and has been described as "unique in the country".

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A Museum dedicated to turquoise that has rob-mined turquoise to how it has influenced the American Southwest, Native American & Spanish Cultures and the artist that has come out of those cultures.

Pass By: National Hispanic Cultural Center

At the edge of the Barales Neighborhood we bike through the center encompassing a 20-plus-acre campus which includes a plaza, three theaters, an art museum, a historic designated building, an education center, a library, a genealogy center, and a restaurant. The NHCC also houses the Spanish Resource Center, a branch of the Spanish Embassy, and Instituto Cervantes.

Pass By: Tingley Beach

Located adjacent to the Rio Grande River, Tingley Beach consists of fishing ponds that are open to the public and Tingley Beach also offers wildlife and riparian landscapes.

Stop At: Albuquerque Old Town

You will learn how the founding city was dedicated to the Viceroy of New Spain, the 10th Duke of Alburquerque: Francisco Fernandez de la Cueva. You will see the first public school in Albuquerque that was so pioneering in the late 1880’s and accepted young girls into the classroom. You will visit sites like Albuquerque’s oldest home, the Albuquerque Museum Sculpture Gardens and the San Felipe de Neri Parish which opened the year of the city’s founding, in 1706; and with a few pauses for rebuilds and renovations, has continually maintained a presence in Old Town Plaza.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Tiguex Park

Also known as the Tricentennial Park we cruise through this historic park that speaks to the historic battle between New Mexico Puebloans and the Spanish Conquerors.
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