Indulge in the fine local foods and beverages of Edmonton while touring on a bike around the city. Now you can get a taste of Edmonton without the guilt as the calories are burned off. Edmonton’s annual Food Bike Tours are a superb way to explore a region rich with festivals, amazing markets, local restaurants, chocolatiers, historical buildings, and breweries under the warm sun and discover a visceral history that dates back to 1795. Add in the breweries, wineries, and the river valley with mouthwatering cuisine and you have a perfect cycling destination.
This Food Bike Tour will take around four to six-hour. This guided Food Bike Tour is lesiure biking and expect to bike an average of 35 minutes between locations. Limited spots available. Rain or shine, we will explore what the Edmonton region has to offer.
Enjoy different samples of meals (included in the price) from 4 to 6 different locations. Learn about the stories and history about the local cuisine while working up an appetite. Don’t forget your map and to get a stamp on your Foodie Bike Tour Passport from the places you visit! If you collect 30 stamps (5 tours) from our Food Bike Tours you will have a choice of $50 gift card from one of the locations visited on the tour. Refunds are not available. Rain cheques can be made before 24 hours.
If you need to rent bike we have a negotiated a deal with River Valley Adventure to give any of our attendees a discount on bike rentals for $40 for the event which includes a helmet. Please book ASAP as spots are limited. Call 780.995.7347. Discount code: FoodieBikeTour2017
Restaurant Partners: Blue Willow, Alley Kat Brewery, Knifewear, Bru House, Sabor Divino, Urbano Pizza, Ritchie Market, Woodrack Cafe, Cafe Bicyclette, Italian Centre, Earth Group, Earls Tin Palace, Dirtbag Cafe, XO, OlivTasting Room, Rosso, Riverside Bistro, BLVD, Tiramisu, Transcend Coffee, Bottega, D’Amore Mercato, Park Allen Restaurant, Bodega, Glow Juicery, Yellowhead Brewery, Sagar, Urban Tavern, MKT, The Local Ominvore, The Art of Cake, Carol’s Quality Sweets, The Parlour, Icehouse, Grandin Fish, The Dougnut Party Beehives and local farms.
EACH event will have a differernt route and a different combination of restaurants, breweries, cafes.
**Note: Venues may be subject to change.
June 1st stops confirmed: Blue Willow Restaurant, Alley Kat Brewery, Parkallen Restaurant, Knifewear, and Bru Coffee House.
June 3rd Stops Confirmed: Italian Centre (Little Italy), Bee farm and local garden, D’Amores Mercato, Cafe Bicyclette, Situation Brewery, and The Parlour.
June 10th Stops Confirmed: Italian Centre (South Side), Carol’s Quality Sweets, Glow Juicery, Sagar, Cafe Dirt Bag, and The Parlour.
June 17th Stops Confirmed: Earls Tin Palace, MKT, Transcend Coffee, Italian Centre, and Urban Tavern.
June 24th Stops Confirmed: The Art of the Cake, Urbano Pizza, Yellowhead Brewery, Local Ominvore, and BLVD
July 8th Stops Confirmed: Paddy’s Cheese, Grandin Fish, Wired Cafe, Ritchie Market and Botegga
July 15th Stops Confirmed: Dougnut Party, Glow Juicery, Olive Tasting Room, Central Social, Riverside Bistro, and Rocky Mountain Icehouse.
July 22nd Stops Confirmed: Chocorant, Local Gardens, Tiramisu, Bodega, Zocalo, and BLVD
August 12th Stops Confirmed: XO, Olive Tasting Room, Transcend, Ritchie Market and Riverside Bistro
Note: Once tickets are purchased a few days before the event you will be given the starting and ending point, a tour map, and things to consider when biking.
For further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780.920.3655