Most people love a good brunch, but why not take it further (literally) with a brunch tour onboard a 16-person pedal bus pub on wheels?!
Adelaide Pedal Bus Brunch Tour Highlights
- Get up to $10 cash back per person when you book with us
- A fun 2 hr pedal bus journey around Adelaide
- A mid-tour stop to purchase brunch at Arbour Kitchen
- Departs from the meeting point at 140 Gray St, between Waymouth St & Franklin St
What to Expect
Frequently Asked Questions about Adelaide Pedal Bus Brunch Tour
Of course! You're also welcome to create a playlist for your day or queue up Spotify and plug it into the stereo.
All tours start and end at 140 Gray St, Adelaide, SA, 5000. The tour is around the Adelaide CBD and stops include bars, restaurants and parks, depending on the tour type selected.
There is plenty of street parking around the starting location.
You'll ride rain or shine. Please dress appropriately for predicted weather conditions.
Thunder Storms – If the weather is bad enough (thunderstorms imminent), The Operator will notify you at least 2 hours before the tour start time to offer a rain check. You may decline as long as the weather is safe enough to ride. Never assume your ride is cancelled unless you hear from The Operator first.
Extreme Heat – For tours forecasted to be during extreme heat, The Operator will contact you by 10 am on the day of the tour if the forecasted temperature during your tour is 36 degrees or higher by weather.com and offer a raincheck. If extreme heat is forecasted and The Operator hasn't already contacted you, please feel free to reach out about moving your tour to an earlier/later part of the day where the temperatures will be cooler.
There are 16 passengers, and The Operator provides a driver (17th person). As far as the pedalling goes, there are 10 sets of pedals. If you look closely, you’ll see there are 12 “BarStools” total (6 on each side) but only 10 total pedalling seats (5 on each side). Each side also has a seat over the wheels, which means they don’t have pedals. Each bike also has a bench in the back that seats 3 people who want a rest or just want to relax. The last passenger spot is in the middle of The Handlebar.
Passengers shorter than 5’3” may have a hard time reaching pedals. There are 3 pedal seats per bike that adjust downward, which may help those under 5’3″ reach the pedals.
There is a maximum weight of 300 pounds for people on the bike seats.
The bench at the back of the bike is perfect for those who don’t fit the height and weight limitations.
Really, you can wear anything, and you’ll be okay, but remember you’re pedalling a bike, so consider that when picking out your wardrobe. The Operator does, however, recommend you not wear sandals as they can easily come off while pedalling.
Each tour comes with your very own Bar Handler. They will steer the bike for you, get pictures along the way, keep you fueled and guide you through some of the coolest areas of town. The Bar Handler is also in charge of the bike, so what they say goes.
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