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.
Electric Scooter Tour in Niagara Falls
Experience the Fun of Riding a Scooter
Enjoy Beautiful Views of the Falls
Discover quiet and rarely visited areas
Discover Niagara Falls and its surroundings on an Electric Scooter
Come and discover Niagara Falls like never before! Our Electric Scooter tour makes you visit this area while enjoying the outside without having to worry about traffic, parking fees or effort! Our Scooters are a breeze to ride and so much fun!
This 2h30 tour takes you through Clifton Hill before riding along the Niagara River all the way to Chippawa.
This E-Scooter tour is about 15km long (9 miles) and crosses busy and narrow areas. Therefore we walk the sections too crowded to safely drive through.
You must have a good sense of balance and be comfortable riding through up and down hills.
You must be at least 18 years of age and less than 220lbs (100 kg) to participate.
A helmet will be provided and is mandatory.
Only Scooter Tour in Niagara Falls
Learn more about the Niagara Region
Enjoy a scenic ride along the Niagara River
Guilt-free travel on environmentally friendly e-scooters
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$79 per adult (between 18 and 70 years old) + tax
Ontario Park – 5325 Ontario Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 3R7
Monday to Sunday.
All guests must be aged between 18 and 70 years old
- Electric Kick Scooter
- Helmet (mandatory)
- Friendly Local Guide
What to bring
Bring comfortable and warm clothes, attached shoes (no flipflops), gloves during the winter months
1 friendly, local guide
Good to Know
- Must have a good sense of balance.
- Must be comfortable riding on paved sidewalks and uneven surfaces.
- Must be comfortable riding at up to 20km/h.
Make the most of your trip visiting Niagara Falls and get to know what else the area has to offer. This 2h30 EScooter Tour (15km – 9miles) is the great way to discover new areas away from the busy Clifton Hill.
Our experienced guides will brief you on how to use the electric scooter and any safety measures before we start of the tour. So get comfortable and enjoy the ride around Niagara Falls!
We start our tour at a park close-by so we can practice before starting the excursion.
We ride through Clifton Hill and stop for a few pictures and explanation about the area, observing for example the Skywheel.
We continue forward to see from closer the Skylon Tower and the Fallsview Casino.
We walk down Murray Street and start riding along the Niagara River.
After a short break at the Nikola Tesla statue, we move along passing by the Niagara Parks Power Station and the Flower Showhouse.
We keep on exploring along the River, passing some beautiful bridges and less travelled areas all the way to Chippawa, where the Welland River meets the Niagara River.
After another break in this relaxing little town, we start riding back on the same path we took before, so no surprises here! We stop along the way to take some pictures of the Falls and its surroundings.
After travelling safely through the busy area of Table Rock (we might be walking through there if this is too busy), we cross under the Rainbow Bridge before arriving back to where we started.
To ensure you have the most memorable experience possible, we keep the group size small, with a maximum of 4 participants.
So come and have a good time with us!
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.