Segway of Cincinnati is the only authorized Segway dealer in the greater Cincinnati area. Visit our downtown showrooms, sign up for one of our three local tours, or call to schedule a free demonstration at your location. We also specialize in large group/corporate events, and Segway Cross Marketing.
The two-hour Prohibition Resistance: Summer Lager Tour shepherds ale enthusiasts through several blocks of pre-Prohibition-era breweries in the historically German-populated Over-the-Rhine district. Knowledgeable guides embark from Findlay Market, a public bazaar in continuous operation since 1855, to delve into mid- to late-19th-century beer bubblers. Clyffside Brewery’s opulent high bays soar overhead, and Jackson Brewery’s cavernous lagering cellars delve deep enough to encounter fabled beer-breathing fish. Alongside decorative cornices and bull's-eye windows, tour takers investigate the social and political dimensions of hops hawking. Though the tour does not include beer tasting, tour-goers may visit the Over-the-Rhine Biergarten afterward to discover for themselves the origins of the German word: “bier,” meaning “beer,” and “garten,” meaning “to gargle voraciously.”
The 90-minute walking tour will begin at MiCa 12V and weave through the streets of the Gateway District on an exploratory trail through Cincinnati's historic past. You'll visit the sites of former saloons, bars, and beer gardens; pass stages once graced by the likes of Charlie Chaplin and 19th-century gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok; and travel underground to view secret burial grounds and subsurface former brewery tunnels. Throughout the adventure, Queen City Underground’s ebullient and knowledgeable tour guides will regale you with historical anecdotes and colorful tales of the city's former residents (including tyrannical political boss George "Boss" Cox), and why the city was once known as the Paris of the United States.
Imagine standing on the courthouse steps where dozens of Cincinnatians were slain during a riot in 1884. Or looking down an unlit tunnel burrowed to sustain the black-market trade of alcohol during the Prohibition. The guides behind Queen City History & Education Ltd. illuminate both the highs and lows of Over-the-Rhine’s and downtown’s history through walking tours designed by local attorney and real-estate agent Michael Morgan, author of Over-the-Rhine: When Beer Was King. They also host lectures and educational seminars that promote the preservation of Cincinnati’s historical structures. To further strengthen that goal, the company donates a percentage of it proceeds to the Brewery District CURC, a nonprofit that supports the redevelopment of Over-the-Rhine. Additionally, the foundation works to preserve the area’s architectural and cultural brewing heritage by placing a bubbling cauldron on every corner.
Wheel Fun Rentals equips visitors with pedal-propelled transit to traverse the oft-overlooked scenery of Cincinnati. A wide range of vehicles, such as a cruiser bicycle ($8/hour), a low-lying chopper ($10/hour), a deuce coupe for two ($20/hour), or a surrey ($20–$30/hour), ferries riders across one of four scenic routes. The Sawyer Point Park and Cincinnati Riverfront trips both unfold 2 miles of pathway along the banks of the Ohio River for two wheelers and four wheelers to lament the existence of no wheelers. The picturesque neighborhood of Mt. Adams lures bicycles on a 5-mile trip that explores the blooming gardens of the quaint town and its neighbor Eden Park, which frames a panoramic view of the Cincinnati skyline. Wheels spin across state lines as peddlers navigate the 2,670-foot Purple People Bridge en route to Newport, Kentucky, where the 350,000-square-foot Newport on the Levee entertainment complex entices sightseers with shops, restaurants, and theaters.
Michael and Jeff Morris, Miamitown Ghost Tours' seasoned guides and the authors of Haunted Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio, lead groups on a ghastly walking tour of outdoor sites rife with frightful history. The 90-minute excursion departs from the old Miamitown Methodist Church, leading brave patrons across the Harrison Bridge, where name-claiming debates between presidents William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison have been heard to echo. Along the way, guides halt at known haunt-spots to regale their eerie narratives, most of which stem from eyewitness accounts by locals who have donated their tales to the tour. All of the legends are appropriate for children, and guests are encouraged to bring cameras to nab hair-raising evidence. The half-mile journey concludes at the church's ghoul-patrolled cemetery, where guests can tremble at unidentifiable shadows or chase down celebrity ghosts for autographs.
Cincinnati Bike Center pursues a simple mission—to encourage bike riding for transportation and recreation. They pursue this goal on multiple fronts, uniting the cycling community through events, interactive platforms, and collaborations with bicycle advocacy groups to improve local bike culture and elect a bicycle as the city's next mayor. The organization also makes a difference in bikers' lives on a daily basis, managing bicycle-commuter centers on busy thoroughfares and aiding bikers with repairs, ride shares, rentals, and guided tours.