If you stretched them end-to-end, all the air molecules in the voluminous Grand Canyon would be ridiculously invisible. Obtain more conspicuous facts and fun with today's deal for a guided Grand Canyon bike tour with Bright Angel Bicycle Rentals. Choose one of the following options:
- $20 adult admission for a 2.5-hour bike tour (a $40 value)
- $16 child admission for a 2.5-hour bike tour ($32 value)
Tours launch twice daily, at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., from the Mather Point Grand Canyon Visitor Center located on the south rim of the canyon and should last between two and 2.5 hours.
Hop aboard your comfortable two-wheeled canyon cruiser, and buckle your imaginary seatbelt for a 5.6-mile-long ride through gorgeous gorges chock full of epiphany-inducing beauty. Traveling on a splendidly slender ride, the tour visits vantage points formerly inaccessible by car or carousel, such as the infamous "Abyss," an enormously expansive region of the canyon, and Pima Point, where Mother Nature shows off her chops with a wide range of plants and critters. If you see something curious, or if you're curious to see something in particular, each experienced guide will be at the ready to indulge cranial desires. Feel free to bring a camera for the countless photo-ops, or tote a notebook along for a day of haiku journaling using only homilies.
Beyond breathtaking views, wheeled explorers gain a deeper understanding of the canyon's historical and geological backstory, such as who inhabited its many nooks and how it went from great to grand. Riders don’t need to be Olympic athletes to traverse this tour, as all paths gently slope and are easy on the calves. With multiple breaks throughout, there will be plenty of time to talk, take pictures, refuel hungry stomachs, or simply look out over the canyon and admire the majestic legacy of Evel Knievel.
- Riding on a bike on the Hermit Road Trail is one of the best ways to experience the natural beauty of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. – Joe Ferguson, Daily Sun
- Thanks to Bright Angel Bicycles, the public can now rent a bike, ride around the rim and take in some sights of the Grand Canyon that otherwise might not be possible. – Ali Clark, My Grand Canyon Park
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