FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I bring alcohol on board?
There are no open containers on board, no tap on board, and no drinking alcohol whatsoever onboard. Sorry guy, our lawyers insisted! With that said, most tours
start with a shot of tequila or a beer next to our office and there will be plenty of opportunities for drinks along the way.
What if the weather is bad?
Bad weather? In Mexico? Believe it or not, it does happen...While we like to keep rolling rain or shine, in the unlikely event that the weather is too severe for you to proceed safely, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule your ride.
Can I bring food on the bike?
If you’re not going on one of our food tours (hint hint: you totally should), feel free to bring along some snacks or munchies for the ride. We just ask that you dispose of your trash properly onboard, so it doesn’t blow away when we get moving.
Is the bike safe?
Totally! It’s no more dangerous than riding a traditional bicycle. With that said, keep in mind that there is always a risk involved. As with any physical activity, consult your doctor before riding and please ride at your own risk.
Are there any rider restrictions?
Several of our tours are 18+, and are denoted as such under the descriptions. The rest of the tours are for anyone ages 13 and older. We try to accommodate everyone we can with adjustable seats and seatbacks, but if you are concerned about the height, weight 300 pounds is maximum.
Do I need to bring 14 people with me to ride?
Definitely not! Let’s be real: most people aren’t that popular, anyway. If you do have a big group (say, a bachelorette party, birthday, etc.), your entire crew can take over the bike. In most other cases, feel free to come with one or two friends or family members and enjoy hanging with the other friendly folks on your bike.
How long are the tours?
The bike tours usually last about two and a half to three hours from start to finish, including stops along the way. With that said, make sure to arrive at least 20 minutes early to fill out a waiver and account for an extra five minutes on the tail end to disembark.
How fast do we go?
The bike moves at an average pace of 5-7 mph. Thrilling stuff.
Do we make stops?
Of course! Each of the destinations listed under our tour descriptions indicate which stops we’ll be making along the way. Roughly 15-45 minutes (depending on the tour) are allotted to explore and experience each destination before you climb back on the bike to check out the next place on our list. There will be opportunities to use the restroom, grab some comida, shop for knick-knacks or suck down a drink at many of the destinations.
What should I wear?
No shirt, no shoes...no problem? Well, sort of. We recommend that you have some type of footwear (flip flops OK, heels...not so much) and that you don’t come straight from the beach in a sopping wet swimsuit. You’ll also need a shirt to enter some of the establishments, so make sure you wear one. Note: several restaurants on our food tours prefer that you don't show up looking too ratty—interpret that as you will. At the end of the day it’s Cabo, and casual is the name of the game. If you have any questions about what to wear, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Is tipping customary
Your Captain and Guide work very hard to make this experience as fun and as loco as possible. Tips are NOT included in price, so if they made you smile, introduced you to an amazing taco or taught you a thing or two about the history of Baja, please show them some love!