What To Wear On Your Pedal Tour

Ladies in the summer you do not want to wear a skirt or sundress, remember you are sitting on a bike seat and it will be very uncomfortable. Bring a wristlet versus a large purse because you only need your ID and cash during the tour. Many women have told us we should recommend to wear a sports bra.

Men- In the summer wear tank tops/sleeveless shirts on hot days. Wear pants that have pockets that zipper or button for your wallet, keys, phone. 

Footwear- make sure you wear sneakers and not flip flops or sandals. It does not matter if they have backs to them because when the bike is moving the pedals are moving so when your feet inevitably slip off the pedals and you have to catch the pedals we do not want for them to come around and hit anyone on their toes. We also do not want sandals falling off while we are moving because jumping off to get them is very dangerous.  

Now that we go year round I wanted to give some suggestions about how to dress properly for all the seasons. For winter tours wear gloves because once your hands get cold your body will get cold and something to cover your ears because that is where your heat escapes. Between the pedaling and drinking you will be more than warm enough. In fact after a few bars most people leave their jackets draped on their seats while they go into the bar. 

2 Responses to “What To Wear On Your Pedal Tour”

    • szai_bpt

      it is a great way to celebrate a birthday so then you have an excuse not to pedal. idk when your birthday is but our website features an up to the minute availability calendar so you can start planning for it. most days have start times at 11am, 1,330,6 and 830pm so deciding what you want to do before and after the tour helps decide what time slot to pick


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