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Climb to the highest peak

September 2, 2021

$48 – $62

BEST UPHILL BIKE RIDES

Because for hill climbers like us, long, steady, unyielding climbs are the holy grail of athletic conquests.

Long, steady climbs on a bicycle are the holy grail of athletic conquests. We hill climbers measure the worth of a landscape by its rise over run.
We thrive on them, and hill climbers like us can’t help but measure the worth of a landscape by its rise over run.
This climb from the Mediterranean Sea into the Toros Mountains does not make the lists of the world’s great rides, nor is its statistical info posted on any online cycling forums, nor do teams of Lycra-clad road bikers blitz up and down it on warm weekends.

Starting at $32

Skill level

Approx. time

4 Hours & 25 Min.

Distance

12 Miles

Additional tour info

Climbing such roads on a bicycle delivers endorphins to the brain, strengthens muscles and calms the mind. It works like yoga, asking concentration while allowing meditation.
Because for hill climbers like us, long, steady, unyielding climbs are the holy grail of athletic conquests.

Tour pricing

$37 for a Deluxe Infinity Shifting Bike
$49 for an Electric Bike
$32 for a Comfort Hybrid Bike
$32 for a Deluxe Comfort Mountain Bike
$48 for a Road Bike
$60 for a Comfort Tandem
$20 for a Youth Bike

Included with every bike rental:

Helmet
Bike lock
GPS-Guided audio tour
Basket/bike bag

Details

Date:
September 2, 2021
Cost:
$48 – $62
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Website:
www.vamtam.com

Organizers

Michael
Michael & Ashley

Venue

Fisherman’s Wharf
425 Jefferson str.
San Francisco, CA 94109 United States
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Phone:
089338938398
Website:
www.vamtam.com

Tickets

43 available Adults $62.00 Big climbs mean health, nourishment and prolonged youth. We thrive on them, and hill climbers like us can’t help but measure the worth of a landscape by its rise over run.
32 available Kids $48.00 Big climbs mean health, nourishment and prolonged youth. We thrive on them, and hill climbers like us can’t help but measure the worth of a landscape by its rise over run.