The bicycle used during the visit
All of our tours include an e-bike (pedelec). Each bike is provided with a rear pannier of 15L capacity and a helmet.
This open frame bike is by definition easy to ride. Its high handlebars allow to keep the back quite straight. It is perfectly adapted to asphalt roads and can also be used on vineyard paths.
It has a luggage rack allowing you to store your belongings in the panniers provided for this purpose.
Frequence Asked Questions
Meeting Point: Unless indicated otherwise on the tour confirmation email, we will depart from Parkplatz Basel (Google Map: Parkplatz Basel, St. Alban-Rheinweg 30, 4052 Basel), just below Wettsteinbrücke by the Rhine, on the Basel Munster side of the river. 15 minutes walk from Basel SBB train station.
Nearest Tram stop: Kunstmuseum (Stop for Trams 1, 2, 6, 16) 4 minutes walk to Meeting point.
Alternative Tram and Bus Stop: Wettsteinplatz (Stop for Trams 1, 2, 6, 15, 16 and Bus 31, 33, 34) 8 minutes walk over the bridge to Meeting point.
From the beginning of April to the end of October, the ideal season, very little rain and ideal temperatures for cycling and enjoying the surrounding nature.
Outside this period, we could arrange the tours according to availability, weather conditions and how much you enjoy the fresher and colder air.
Departures can be arranged throughout the week and the weekend. Just remember to book a few days or weeks in advance and wait for our email confirmation with further details. The earlier you pre-book, the more certain you are that the e-bikes and the guide will be available for you.
Rest assured, we create our tours primarily for you to have a good time. It’s not about doing a stage of the Tour de France (although we can create that for you if you want!) but about connecting you with the surrounding nature and culture. Each tour is designed to be easy to complete, regardless of your physical condition. You just need to be comfortable on a bike (have balance and respect the rules of the road).
- An e-bike – fully charged
- Bike locks and bike helmet
- A passionate local guide and wine professional
- Picnic experience food and wines (if applicable for your tour)
- Farewell drinks (if applicable for your tour)
- Extra drinks or shopping for bottles of wine
- Accident insurance that covers any accident outside the one caused by a fault with the bike
- Everything else that has been omited from the title « What’s included in this guided tour »