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Confederacy of Cruisers Bike Tours

Between Frenchmen and Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117-8510
+1 504-400-5468
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Great tour, great food

Really enjoyed the Culinary Bike Tour - Derek was fun and relaxed. It was enjoyable to pedal around... read more

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Great time with Jeff! He was extremely knowledgeable about all things New Orleans and it's... read more

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Ride with us at Confederacy of Cruisers, New Orleans original and oldest bike tour company. Going on 10 years of great tours and great customers keeping us feeling like the luckiest folks in New Orleans every day when we come to work. The tour that started them all and our others, the Culinary, the History of Drinking and our combined Pedal to Paddle with our friends at Kayakityat. New Orleans is so more than the French Quarter and we want to show you what most visitors don't get to experience. The heart of our city is seen through its other historic neighborhoods on the Creole side of Town, the beautiful Faubourg Marignyand Bywater; and there is no better way to explore them than with New Orleans' original bicycle tour company. Join us as we take you for a bike ride around the old streets and tell you the stories of the New Orleans that most tourists miss. The ride is relaxed, with plenty of time to ask questions, and a stop along the way at a neighborhood bar where you can find out all you want about local life while drinking a delicious Bloody Mary, if you like (water or nothing are also fine choices). For those who want to delve a little deeper, we offer a tasty Neighborhood Culinary Tour and a Historic Drinking Tour (where you get to indulge as you learn), all travelling through our our city like the locals do, on easy to ride classic cruiser bicycles. One speed, slow.
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Between Frenchmen and Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117-8510
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
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Reviewed yesterday

Really enjoyed the Culinary Bike Tour - Derek was fun and relaxed. It was enjoyable to pedal around the city, get some exercise (not too strenuous) and enjoy the beautiful day. We learned a few things too. The shrimp po-boy at Parkway was delish as...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Great time with Jeff! He was extremely knowledgeable about all things New Orleans and it's colorful history. He was very accommodating and flexible with our group. Very much recommend Jeff and Confederacy of Cruisers!

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Great history ‘bike’ tour of Old New Orleans. It was bitterly cold but we pedalled through. Dan was a good tour guide and really knew his stuff

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We really enjoyed the Creole tour of the city. The bikes were easy to use and reasonably comfortable. Our tour guide, Danny, was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the city. He was also flexible and responded to specific interests pretty well - he took us...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Confederacy of Cruisers was recommended in Frommer's Guide to New Orleans and they were spot on. Our guide Nick was a hoot and showed us parts of town that you would never see on a tour bus. He also shared allot of information about the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was fun riding through Martigny neighborhood, the 2nd oldest neighborhood in NOLA, after the French quarter. We learned a great mixture of history and Architecture and river and city topography and current culture. Our guide Danny was just excellent. Informative and entertaining and able...More

Thank Julia I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I Took the Treme and Bywater tour. A really great guide (Keith) and exactly what we look for in a three hour bike trip.... history , nice pace, unique slices of the town off the beaten normal tourist areas. Recommend!!

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a nice ride through some less touristy areas with a very knowledgeable neighborhood guide. It helped to set the stage for the rest of our visit. The bikes were comfortable and well maintained. Thanks to Keith and all the folks at the bike...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Victor was a fantastic guide. It was nice to get out of the core and visit some delicious restaurants we never would have gotten to. Elizabeth's and Bennachin's were our favourite. Victor had a good knowledge of the food history and was a very cool...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To say we enjoyed our tour would be an understatement. Our tour guide, Keith, was very passionate and spirited in his presentation of NOLA's history and it really helped us understand the city as a whole. If you are going when it is chilly out...More

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Carolyn D
20 April 2016|
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Response from CoC_Bike_Tours | Property representative |
Depends on the tour and the child. We have given the Creole tour for experienced biking children as young as 8 or 10. The Culinary tour 16 is about the minimum based on who will enjoy it the most. For younger children who... More
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Silvia G
5 June 2015|
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Response from CoC_Bike_Tours | Property representative |
They vary based on the tour, The Creole tour is $49 for the 3 hour cruise through the neighborhoods, the Culinary and History of Drinking tours are $89 wit the added food and drink stops throughout the ride. Jeff
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