Sitting down for an extended amount of time can lead to leg cramps, which is why most road trips now use standup transportation such as pogo sticks or steam-powered stilts. Opt for simpler vertical transit with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a 90-minute segway tour for one (a $75 value)
- $75 for a 90-minute segway tour for two (a $150 value)
- $139 for a 90-minute segway tour for four (a $300 value)
Guided, narrated tours of Tempe Town Lake and Desert Ridge depart daily at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Over the course of 90 minutes, groups learn about the town’s history as they coast by landmarks such as the Tempe Center for the Arts and City North. For a list of upcoming tours, see the calendar.
Segway of Scottsdale
The experienced tour guides at Segway of Scottsdale lead fleets of two-wheelers through one of two scenic Arizona cities during an extensive schedule of rides. Guests gear up for either of the 90-minute tours by hopping aboard a segway, whose self-balancing technology allows riders to tilt handlebars gently for turns or quickly for back flips. During the summer months, groups traverse the town's bridges and boulevards at dusk, stopping by landmarks such as Arizona State University and Sun Devil Stadium, whose eponymous student-athletes practice under solar-powered stadium lights to escape the chill of night. The Old Town Scottsdale Tour in particular is noted for its historic charm. Adventurousness guests can explore that charming area, including the Waterfront Main Street, and the Civic Center, glowing at night on the City Lights Tour.
98% of 1,169 customers recommend
“It was super fun & everyone should do it!!!!!!”
“Listen to the instructors and make sure you are able to take command of the Segway before heading out on the tour.”
“Fabulous guided tour through old town Scottsdale w/Daisha, our tour hostess. She is INCREDIBLY knowledgeable about the history of Scottsdale, the art world...”
“Fabulous guided tour through old town Scottsdale w/Daisha, our tour hostess. She is INCREDIBLY knowledgeable about the history of Scottsdale, the art world surrounding the Main Street galleries & she was extremely personable & funny. GO FOR IT!”