Rocket Electrics Bike Tours and Rentals invites you to enjoy hours of fun while comfortably riding around Austin. Featuring several tours as well as the option to just simply rent, you can cruise around town on an electric bike, and with just a flick of the wrist you can pedal as much or as little as you'd like, and let the electric motor takes care of the rest. With Rocket Electric Bike Tours and Rentals you can experience Austin like never before whether it be the Foodie Tour, the Self guided Tour, or the Music Capital of the World Tour... and the best part is you don't have to worry about traffic or parking.
A Sample of the Tours and Rentals Offered at Rocket Electrics Austin
Austin Live Music Capital of the World Tour - $68
This is a unique music lover’s tour of Austin, guided by a local musician. You’ll see where the clubs are, hear behind the scenes band stories, and learn what makes Austin one of the richest centers for original music in the world. Tour concludes with a private performance and Champagne toast on the shores of Lady Bird Lake!
Lady Bird Lake Tour - $39
See the heart of Austin on some of the finest urban bike trails in the country from the comfort of one of our Pedego electric bikes bikes. The tour stops at some of Austin’s most famous landmarks including Barton Springs, the Stevie Ray Vaughn Statue, the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge (also known as the famous "Bat Bridge") and more!
Austin Foodie Tour - $68
Everyone knows Austin as one of the music capitals of the world, but did you know that Austin is gaining a reputation as a foodie capital as well? You’ll nibble your way around a variety of Austin’s delicious food trailers, intimate bistros, the Whole Foods flagship store, and Austin’s Farmer’s Markets. This tour is guided by foodies, local chefs, restaurant owners, and caterers with a deep knowledge and appreciation of the food scene in Austin. Price includes up to 4 courses and a round of drinks!
Electric Bike Rental (Self Guided) - $30
Do you know how to ride a bike? Then you know how to ride an electric bike! Hours of comfortable riding fun with just a twist of the wrist - pedal as much, or as little, as you like, and the quiet electric motor will take care of the rest for miles of “no sweat” fun! Our bikes can go 20 miles on a single charge and run up to 20 mph (depending on rider weight, terrain, and amount of pedaling), more than enough to whisk to most of Austin's attractions.
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Enjoy sleight-of-hand magic, stage illusions and an array of audience participation magic as well as a museum showcasing the history of magic.
Austin's latest addition to high-end fashion and ambiance, The Domain features 700,000 square feet of fabulous fashion, restaurants, and nightlife. Located in North Austin near the intersection of Hwy 183 and Mopac (Loop 1).
South Congress Avenue near downtown Austin (aka SoCo shopping district) is known for its Bohemian energy. Supporting the Keep Austin Wierd motto, you can find hip new stores, funky restaurants, and groovy bars.
Austin's Lady Bird Lake winds 10 miles through downtown Austin featuring spectacular views, photo opportunities, and a great place for some exercise!
Inner Space Cavern outside of Austin, TX offers an adventure into an exciting cavern below the earth's surface filled with history, mystery and chemistry!
Our haunted Austin hearse limo tours are a thrilling adventure that explores Austin's haunted buildings, sites, and paranormal activity. Did we mention it's BYOB, in a limo, and REALLY SCARY!
Austin Overtures 90 minute tour of Austin is the premier sightseeing tour for those who want a quick and entertaining tour of Austin.
Top Golf in Northwest Austin has reinvented the driving range turning this location into an active nightlife destination fit for the whole family.
Check out these 4 fun ways to view the Congress Bridge Bats in Austin Texas. This is the largest urban bat colony in North America and we outline ways to view them by boat, kayak, water bike, and more!
McKinney Falls State Park in south Austin, is a 744.4-acre park acquired in 1970 from private donation and opened to the public in 1976.