Bikes first pedaled their way into the hearts of the general public when a brave warrior triumphantly emerged from the jungle atop the world's first domesticated bicycle. Today's Groupon celebrates the taming of this wildly fun beast: for $5, you get a two-hour bike rental at Newport Fun Tours, a $9.90 value. Due to the high incidence of child seats being used to conceal smuggled watermelons, the offer is only good for the regular bike model, the beach cruiser, and can't be applied to tyke trailers, child seats, electric bikes, or tandem bikes.
Newport Fun Tours acts as an entry point for those looking to explore every eyeball-ogling nook and cranny that Newport Beach has to offer. Good for both adult and children's beach-cruiser bikes, this Groupon is an opportune opportunity to instill a healthy competitive spirit in your young ones by forcing them to participate in mandatory bike races. Bike rides are also a speedy way for young couples to throw kindling on the fires of a burgeoning relationship by bonding over how hilarious riding over a dead jellyfish sounds.
Darren D. founded Newport Fun Tours after selling parts for cell-phone towers for 17 years, deciding to dedicate his talents to the cause of casually tanned relaxation after contributing to the epidemic of intensely pale textaholics. Bike cruising makes for a carefree group activity, so gift a Groupon to each member of your handpicked team of bike-loving acrobats. For those driving a gas-powered doodad to rent a human-fueled thingamajig, ample car parking is also available.
This Groupon is not valid on Memorial Day or Fourth of July weekend.
Newport Fun Charters
Located at a private patio and dock upon the 880-acre Newport Harbor, Newport Fun Charters launches self-guided or escorted jaunts that allow customers to explore the harbor’s sandy beaches, gentle surf, and varied marine life. Guests ride down the beachfront boardwalk on bicycles, tandem bikes, and surreys, taking in the sights of moored yachts and million-dollar mansions with moored yachts on their roofs. Knowledgeable Newport natives lead Segway tours on land, while kayak and standup paddleboard tours explore the surrounding waters.