What You'll Get
Until science finally figures out how to combine scooters and legs, Segway tours will remain humankind’s best option for free-wheeling fun. Become a future biped with today’s Groupon: for $55, you get a Segway Tour and beach-chair rental with an umbrella from M.Cruz Bike Rental & Segway Tours (a $116.60 value including tax).
M.Cruz Bike Rentals & Segway Tours’ engaging guides caught the attention of Florida Travel Life with two-wheeled tours of oceanside state-park acreage. At the onset of four daily tours, a quick Segway HT demo trains pedestrian pilots on Segway basics before releasing them to traverse 180 acres of intracoastal waterways with a knowledgeable tour guide. Attractions include a land-bound phalanx of multimillion-dollar homes, Johnny Depp’s personal yacht, and views of Fort Lauderdale’s rich history. Ample oceanside photo opportunities give resting riders something to tape inside their eyelids as they drift off under the umbrella-cast shade of the included beach chair.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Subject to availability. 50lb weight min, 300lb weight max. Must sign waiver. Limit 8 people per tour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About M. Cruz Bicycle Rentals & Segway Tours
There’s no wrong way to experience a city. That’s why the team at M. Cruz Bicycle Rentals & Segway Tours grants visitors a variety of ways to explore Fort Lauderdale and the scenic landscape of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Whether cruising around on a Segway HT during a guided tour, biking along the beach, or rollerblading down the sidewalk, clients can bask in the preserved beauty of the state park as they catch glimpses of houses and yachts owned by celebrities. The team can accommodate any beach adventure guests desire, whether by supplying canoes, attaching toddler-sized bikes to the back of parents’ rentals, or renting out beach chairs to contractors hired to see where the sun goes at night.