Ranked by TripAdvisor as the 9th most popular activity in Miami, Wheels 2 Go Miami's guided tours lead riders through the area's most popular and bike-friendly spots such as the Venetian Causeway, Key Biscayne Island, and South Beach. Using their electric bikes, riders can self-propel at regular speeds or twist the throttle to ride up to 20 mph for up to 40 miles without pedaling or attaching a windsock to the handlebars. Electric bikes are also available for rental for those wanting to wheel about town without a tour guide.
At each of Bike Tech's three locations, a staff of bike enthusiasts roams the floor, offering patrons recommendations for new two-wheeled transports and advice for repairs and upgrades on presently owned models. Each store's inventory spans the spectrum from apparel and accessories to new bicycles by top brands, such as Specialized, Scott and Cannondale. The team also offers services ranging from full custom builds down to basic washes, necessary when short on time or all of the local elephant trunks are out of order.
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Across Miami's coastline, the setting sun casts a warm glow that reflects off skyscrapers and twinkles atop the ocean's waters. Miami Waterlife Tours' fleet of watercraft explores this fusion of urban and natural landscapes. Jet skis, paddleboards, and kayaks float on self-guided rentals and tours that pass into view of celebrity properties and their CGI homes. At nearby sandbars, IKO-certified instructors lead kiteboarding lessons while parasails soar into the sky.
Bringing luxury to the water, Miami Water Life Tours also charters boats. Its vessels range from a 25-foot Bayliner to a 94-foot Ferretti motor yacht complete with private chef and dolphin interpreter.:m]]
SUP SOBE's staff love the water; after all it was co-founded by an ex navy SEAL and water sport enthusiast Judith Rivero. Today SUP SOBE's paddle purveyors help out new stand-up paddleboarders looking to make the most of their watery expeditions. They may choose to paddle calmly around Biscayne Bay, where they can view the South Beach skyline from an uncommon angle. They can also race out to Flagler Island and back, or keep on going to the mainland. Fitness denizens can also utilize the boards during paddleboard yoga sessions led by Katie Love of Thousand Petal Lotus Inc. The SUP SOBE team drops off its boards to waiting riders, precluding the need to rent a miniature tugboat.
BMW, Honda, Triumph, and Can-Am motorcycles glisten in the lot at EagleRider Miami Beach, begging to be let loose for a gallop along the Florida coastline. Eventually, the right driver walks up and EagleRider’s staff sets them free. In addition to renting bikes for self-guided tours, these motorcycle enthusiasts offer packages that include a guide, support van, and luxury-hotel stay. They also sell used bikes from makes such as Kawasaki and Harley-Davidson, as well as motorcycle accessories such as protective gear, helmets, jackets, and joke books about scooters.