Since cheetah shoes don't exist yet, and a tree stump with a saddle on it is hopelessly immobile, bicycles remain the best way to tour a city. See the sights in two-wheeled fashion with today's Groupon to Belltown Pull-Apart, which lets you choose from the following options:
- For $40, you get a one-hour pedal-cab tour of downtown for two (an $80 value).
- For $32, you get a mid-range bicycle tune-up (a $65 value).
Belltown Pull-Apart's Seattle pedal-cab tour is the premier eco-friendly way to tour the city's downtown must-sees. Because the two-seat pedal cabs—also known as pedicabs, bicycle-taxis, rickshaws, and bike-shaws—are powered entirely by enormous human calf muscles, they produce no pollution, noise, or bilious green clouds. As you glide past landmarks such as the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and Nicola Tesla's enormous rain generator, your ebullient pedaler will share all sorts of insider Seattle lore. Belltown Pull-Apart makes sure that each cab is sturdy, stable, and completely bear-free, so you can cozy up to your seatmate without fear of the lunatic beast's furry claw. Tours run year-round and depart from 2308 4th Avenue. Call ahead to schedule your tour.
If the pedal-cab tour inspires you to dust the cobwebs off your legs and try a little pedaling for yourself, Belltown Pull-Apart's bike whisperers will vamp your velocipede with a mid-level tune-up—adjusting your brakes, fine-tuning your front and rear derailleurs, and cleaning the road dirt out of every cranny before taking it on a test ride to make sure everything matches the daily needs and demands of your lifestyle. As the wheel-footed mystics work, feel free to browse the shop's massive stock of recycled bikes and parts, along with a variety of helmets, locks, lights, and maps. Call ahead to schedule your tune-up.
Customers may use the tune-up voucher as a credit towards the Super Overhaul tune-up.
- Couches line the shop area, allowing for any customer to watch their bike being given the treatment. Out front is the show room, hosting custom built bikes that are street, and hipster approving ready. – Jon Meyer, Seattle Pi
- They actually greeted me and helped me out - honest business, no snobby attitudes. – Ben G., Yelp
2308 4th Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98121Get Directions