Best Niagara Cycling Wine Tour!!! We had a wonderful time on our e-bike wine tour with Niagara Segway. Our host Guillaume met us with great bikes that made the trip a breeze and left us in the very capable hands of Dr. John McTavish, a local wine expert from Niagara College.
"Alcohol Free" EBike Tour NOTL
Visit Three Establishments within the area
Enjoy Lunch at a local restaurant
Experience and Taste Niagara without alcohol involved!
Re-discover the region in our Guided E-Bike Tour without drinking alcohol!
Come and discover the center of Ontario’s wine region and the beautiful Downtown of Niagara on the Lake. In Niagara, Ebike tours are the best way to appreciate the picturesque surroundings as you travel between the beautiful vineyards and historical Downtown.
This tour is a bit different. We might visit a winery but the day will be Alcohol free! We understand that more people want to live a healthy life and might not want to drink alcohol and wine in particular. This tour is specifically designed for you! We will include 3 stops and a lunch but each activity or tasting won’t include any alchohol. Stops and experiences will vary depending on availability but we can insure you that it will be fun!
Experience and taste Niagara-on-the-Lake!
Discover the beautiful NOTL and its surroundings
Lunch is included
Have a perfect day-out with your family or friends.
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From $189 per adult (between 19 and 75 years old) + tax
11AM – Please arrive at 10.30AM
Ironwood Cider House -1425 Lakeshore Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Sunday to Friday from spring to fall (April 15th – October 31st) any tours outside this date range needs to be made by appointment only, contact us to plan a winter tour.
5 to 6 hours
All guests must be aged 19 and over
- Electric Bikes
- Helmets (mandatory)
- Friendly Local Guide(s)
- Entrance fees at 3 activities or sites
What to bring
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen
Please travel light, our Ebikes don’t come with a basket to keep them more stable.
Friendly, local guide(s)
Good to Know
- Must have a good sense of balance.
- Must be comfortable riding a regular bike. Ebikes are heavier and faster than a regular bike.
- Must be comfortable riding an Ebike on paved roads and gravel.
- Must be comfortable riding in crowded areas.
- Must be comfortable riding at 25 to 30km/h.
Our Full Day NOTL “Alcohol Free” EBike Tour is a wonderful way to re-discover some great areas of Niagara and enjoy some quality time outside with mother nature without having to stop at wineries.
Make the most of a weekend visiting the Falls and get to know what else the area has to offer. This electric bike tour is an eco-friendly way to explore the town and its surroundings. With our electric bikes, you can cover a long distance without worrying about being too tired to cycle back. Our experienced, local guides will take you around three establishments for a fun experience and/or tasting.
If you are looking for a full day, laid-back experience, this is the tour for you. With a mix of experiences, tastings and just taking the time to enjoy the day, this tour has all the ingredients for a great day! During that day, we will leisurely cover about 25km of scenic roads, never too far from Lake Ontario or the Niagara River.
We start at 11AM but ask you to arrive at 10.30AM. We reach our first activity at 11.25AM. Then we stop for a break to fuel up on a lunch at a local restaurant and then hop back on the bikes and carry on our tour of Niagara’s wine country. We visit two more places in the afternoon. In between we scroll through the less traveled roads of Downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake with beautiful vistas of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario.
Hear From Our Previous Guests
What a Fun Day we had! The owner, Guillaume set us up on our eBikes, easy to understand and ride, the power assist was just fun on top of fun.
Staff were very helpful and friendly. Location is perfect to tour the Niagara River, Welland Canal, and wine country.
This is the way to do a winery tour. The tour took us through the vineyard on the gravel and grass pathways. The guide knew a lot about the winemaking process, we enjoyed his quiz approach to see what we thought we knew rather than him just telling us.