15 Passenger Party Bike Tours
- Duration: 2 Hours
- Location: Detroit, Michigan
Grab your friends for the ultimate experience in The Motor City. Up to 15 people may ride.Choose from one of 4 routes starting at McShane's Pub & Whiskey Bar.
Downtown – The majority of our rides go through
Downtown and that’s because it can provide everything you’re looking for –
iconic landmarks like The Spirit of Detroit, skyscrapers like the ones
surrounding Campus Martius, and popular areas like Greektown. There’s always
something going on in Downtown and we want to put you right in the middle of
the action. Check out some of our favorite bars on Downtown, like Old
Shillelagh, The Elephant Room, Bookies, and Jacoby’s.
Midtown - If you’re looking for the perfect mix of
old and new, Midtown is your spot. Midtown is most known for being the home of
Wayne State, but its south side has many stops that are great for our riders –
stops like Founders and Detroit Shipping Company. New restaurants pop up left
and right in Midtown, so a ride today could look completely different than a
ride tomorrow. If you’re a Michigan Pedaler veteran, a Midtown ride could be a
great fit for you!
Corktown – Corktown + McShane’s Irish Pub is where we
start and end our rides, but there’s still a ton you can do in the middle.
Ford’s renovation of the Michigan Central Station is a must see, while the ride
down Michigan Avenue takes you through some of Detroit’s most popular
restaurants and bars. The Corner Ballbark is now the home of what used to be
Tiger Stadium. A beautiful baseball diamond on the inside and a collection of
retails and apartment/condos on the outside. Some of our favorite stops in
Corktown include PJ’s Lager House and LJ’s.
Eastern Market - Our Eastern Market Tour
is a bright and exciting tour where you’ll pedal the streets that are filled
with commerce. You’ll see the sheds, the warehouses, the fruit markets, the
cheese and wine shops as well as the restaurants. It’s a unique part of our
city. While doing so, you’ll uncover numerous murals and graffiti art that
sprinkle the landscape. On the way to or from Eastern Market, we may also swing
you through Greektown to experience another lively part of the city or ride you
by the home of the Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park. A detour
through Brush Park is another possibility, where century-old Victorian
homes stand next to a wave of new construction and offers a vision of both
Detroit’s past and future.