Giant, human-propelled bike-mobile hits speeds of up to 8 miles per hour as passengers pedal their way between bars in Old Town Scottsdale
- Expires Mar 14, 2012
- Limit 1 per person for 4, 8, and 16-person options. May buy multiple as gifts for 2-person option. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required 1 week in advance; subject to availability. 14 day cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must be 21 or older. Must sign waiver. Valid only for Scottsdale Tour. Dress code applies. Not valid for holidays.
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- For $62, you get a four-hour, bike-mounted tavern tour for 2 (a $160 value).
- For $100, you get a four-hour, bike-mounted tavern tour for 4 (a $260 value).
- For $160, you get a four-hour, bike-mounted tavern tour for 8 (a $380 value).
- For $250, you get a four-hour, bike-mounted tavern tour for 16 (a $640 value).
Tour De Tavern sends guests rolling through investigations of Old Town Scottsdale’s pubs aboard one of its fleet of people-powered bike-mobiles capable of holding up to 16 passengers. Crews meet outside The Lodge to start a four-hour test of teamwork and timing, pedaling their craft at speeds of 5–8 miles per hour as they zoom toward rounds of discounted libations at Old Town watering holes including Giligin’s Bar, Dos Gringos, and the Old Town Tavern (drink specials are subject to change). A dedicated designated driver steers and brakes the vehicle at all times, ensuring safe passage from one barstool to the next. Excursions conclude outside The Lodge on the same patch of pavement where they began, bringing passengers full circle even though they’ve been running in place.
Tour De Tavern’s tricked-out cycles boast an iPod-compatible sound system and headlights and turn signals for night driving or tricking other pub-goers into believing they’re being abducted by aliens. The bicycle bus also cools up to 360 cans of nonalcoholic beverages or beans, which guests may provide themselves. Drivers stay in constant contact with their vehicles, letting passengers safely stow snacks, purses, and backpacks.