Buzz Nola Bike Tour

New Orleans is packed with things to see and do, most of it outside of the French Quarter! That's why they at Buzz Nola have worked hard to create tours that give you an insider's look at the Crescent City, from its humble beginnings to where to get the best food and hear the best music today. 

They're more than just a tour, they're a bike ride with great (true) stories and new friends. They provide options to fit any schedule and suit your interests. If you can get there on two or three wheels, then they can take you there!

Their bikes are ingle speed cruisers, easy to pedal, and the tour cost is $30 per person. They usually charge $45/person.


It's a leisurely 2.5 hour bike ride around the creole side of town including Esplanade, the Marigny, an above ground cemetery, City Park with the live oaks, Bayou St. john, Treme, Congo Square and so much more. 


We'll take a 30 minute break halfway through the tour for restrooms and snacks (beignets, frozen coffee, gator sausages, etc) 


We really will get the group out of the Quarter and let them undertsand why the city loks like it does, how it expanded, and some o the best places they've never been. 

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  • Roslyn A.

    Can you use your own bike for this tour?

    July 26

    • Brandomonium

      Unfortunately No. The only way for us to ensure a uniform standard of excellence and well maintained vehicles ready for these tours is for participants to ride on our bicycles.

      July 27

  • Brandomonium

    Helloooo Bikers! Sunday is almost upon us! We are very strict when it comes to our schedule as we have a great many things to see in our beautiful city.
    We request that everyone who is serious about going on this tour be at our shop on 214 Magazine Street by 9am.
    At that time we'll open our doors, have you sign a quick waiver, collect payment, and get your seat adjusted.
    Your tour guide this Sunday will be the best in the city; Erin.
    If all goes smoothly everyone will be out the door by 9:15 at the latest. We are a business and time your time (as well as ours) is important. Our tours are punctual and with a larger group it's important we keep to our schedule. If you show up later than 9:15am, you will most likely be left out of the fun.
    We run rain or shine and have ponchos for sale should inclement weather arise.
    Get ready for an incredible adventure and feel free to contact me here with any questions or at our shop:[masked]

    See you all Sunday at 9am!

    July 23

  • Shannon S.

    Sure hope we do this again. Unfortunately I have to work

    July 16

  • Brandomonium

    Alright attendees, as our tour time grows closer we'd like to confirm just who's locked in for this tour by collecting deposits to hold a bike. It's nothing major, only $5.
    Mostly this is to make sure we don't rent out too many bikes beforehand, so there's a vehicle for everyone . We also have them prepped and do a thorough safety check the night before your ride.

    If you don't leave a deposit, no worries! You're still welcome to ride, but it will take a few minutes to prep a bike on the morning of, and if multiple people do this the group will be delayed a bit.
    When you guys have time over the next three weeks, call us at[masked] and we can take the deposit by credit card, or cash if you can make it to the office in person.
    Please don't hesitate to call that same number if you have any questions, or email me here. Cheers!

    July 1

  • Brandomonium

    Hey All! I'm going to be your host with the most on this fun-tastic and informative tour. If you have any questions, need more detail, or directions please feel free to contact me. Looking forward to the ride!

    -Brandon

    1 · June 22

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