Though hydrobikes are like boats in that they provide safe transportation over water, they're most often likened to horses due to their storage consoles for carrots. Climb aboard a water steed with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for a 60-minute sunset hydrobike ride for one with 30-minute orientation (a $30 value)
- $28 for a 60-minute sunset hydrobike ride for two with 30-minute orientation (a $60 value)
Visitors embark on 60-minute self-guided sunset hydrobike tours beginning approximately 40 minutes before sunset. Instructors begin the session with a 30-minute lesson that covers how to ride a hydrobike and use its features, after which visitors wield a map for 60 minutes of free exploration as amber hues twinkle off the calm waters of Alamitos Bay. Cruises meet 40 minutes before sunset on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Long Beach Hydrobikes
One way to get an exceptionally close look at picturesque Alamitos Bay is to ride atop its churning surf on one of Long Beach Hydrobikes's stable, pedal-powered water cycles. The company ensures that renters catch the bay's most noteworthy sights, providing them with a map detailing the location of a bird sanctuary as well as a cove where jellyfish delicately billow in certain months. Avid pedalers generally cruise at speeds of up to 7 miles per hour, exercising bodies with a workout that takes advantage of water resistance to jettison excess calories out to sea. As there is virtually no risk of capsizing, riders may wear anything from a bathing suit to a water-soluble prom dress. The hydrobikes come equipped with storage compartments, drink holders, and a wealth of extra space to invite pets along for the ride, free of charge.
What some people are buzzing about:
“had a great time recommend sunglasses and a hat because its bright out on the water”
“Be ready for a workout!”
“Enjoy the workout.”