Code of Conduct
Pre-Paid Cards Policy
Dress Code & Party Bike Attire
Pub-crawl? Scenic Ride? What's the difference?
Private or Public Tour? What's the difference?
A private ride will accommodate private groups of folks, meaning no one outside of a party booked will be on the bike. A private ride must pay for at least 12 riders. You can enjoy this experience however with as little as 5 pedalers, but again, must pay for at least 12 to have a private bike. A public ride is for small groups that will be paired up with other small groups and is priced per seat. On public rides, small groups must rotate pedaling and DJ duties.
What is Sprock n' Roll?
What is included?
Where can we park?
There are paid parking lots located on 4th street and a paid parking garage at 250 Peabody Place. Fees vary.
What's up with the waivers? Can we have paper waivers?
All waivers MUST be filled out electronically. Paper waivers will not be supplied on site. Please fill out your waivers at least 24 hours in advance as if we have to wait for this to get done on site, it will eat into your time and we will not be able to extend your ride. You will find the link to your waivers on your confirmation email. You can share the link to your waiver via email or a url code in a mass text chain. Click the green “sign your waiver” button on your confirmation and then click the blue “invite others” button to either enter email addresses of your party or copy the url code under the email address boxes to copy to your clipboard and paste in a mass text.
16 people? Seriously? How?
What if I'm late or a passenger is late?
Can I drink alcohol on the bike?
What about food?
We do not suggest you sit down and eat while on our two-hour tours as this is likely to take up all your bike time. You can bring finger foods and snacks and we encourage you to do so. If you want to add some yummy food to your tour, check out our Progressive Dinner Tours.