There are a variety of tours to explore the First Coast by bike or Segway. It is a fantastic activity to do with out of town guests, or just as a family outing! Happy Riding!

St. Augustine Bike Rentals offers guided tours of the city for groups. The tour guide discusses the rich history and culture while guiding guests through some of the most beautiful scenery that the city has to offer. For more information visit their website

Segway of Jacksonville offers a two-hour guided tour of the city starting at Nunan Square and ending in the historic Rogue Valley. The tour also requires a safety orientation in order to better acclimate guests with the use of the Segway. For rates and availability visit

If you are considering a vacation with the Omni Amelia Island Plantation, the hotel offers guided Segway tours of the Amelia Island coastline. This adventure is open for groups and couples. For additional information visit

Here is a list of the e2ride bicycle tours. You can see more about the bicycle tour that we went on in our July issue, and enjoy some of these other tours if you’re looking for an outing.

Riverside – Travel through one of the top neighborhoods in Jacksonville and learn about the history of the buildings in the district.
Olde Mandarin – Bike under the shade of the entangled oak trees and learn about the celebrities that used to visit Mandarin.
San Marco – This tour takes riders through the ancient San Marco district and teaches them about the rich cultural history of the old attractions.
Springfield – This is the tour that we feature in our magazine. Pick up a copy and get our exclusive review about the entire excursion.
Amelia Island – This biking tour includes a swim in the Atlantic Ocean, so get all of your friends and prepare for a nice day in Historic Amelia Island.
Beaches – Learn about the history of the vast beaches along the Eastern Coast. Also, experience the wildlife in the area firsthand as your guide shows you animals not always visible to the naked eye.
St. Augustine – Ride past the Castillo de San Marcos and take in the sights of the (almost) 450-year-old city. The architectural charm and ocean view can be very refreshing after a long week.

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