Book Your Holiday Beer Bike Tour & Pedal in Some Fun For the Whole Family!
The holidays are here and the lights are starting to go up! The weather has crisped—winter is near and we can feel it.
Winter in Sacramento means that the Fabulous ’40s will be decked out in the holiday spirit.
Sactown Social Bikes is ready to pedal you through the beautiful holiday lit streets. It is the perfect activity to get you into the holiday spirit. Gather a group and carol as you tour the neighborhood. BYOB is allowed while on the beer bike at no extra charge to bring the fixings to make Hot Toddies!
Check availability and easily book your holiday tour through our website. Also, beer bikes aren’t just for the adults, kids ages 12 and up are welcome on our bikes—so bring the whole family out!
Grab Your Friends, Enjoy the Season, Explore Sacramento
Sactown Social Bikes has availability throughout the week and bike tours running until 10:30 p.m., there is likely a time slot available for you and your friends to hop on board the beer bike and scout out the city’s offerings. Book online to reserve your slot on the beer bike, grab your friends and get out to enjoy the season while it’s here.
We are flexible and want to help you have the best time possible. Sactown Social Bike tours are offered 7 days a week. You can book the beer bike for a 3-hour exploration anywhere on the grid. Your beer bike tour can be between 3-4 stops depending on locations, so start brainstorming with friends what stops you want to hit.
When you book a party bike tour with Sactown Social bikes, you can take advantage of discounts at Tropics Ale House, Midici, Cider House, Sacrament Brewing, Big Stump Brewery, R-15 and Costanza’s! We have been doing this beer bike thing awhile now and we know the ins and outs of the grid. If you’re having trouble picking where you’d like to go we have a favorites list that we would be happy to walk you through.
Beer Bike Tours For Birthdays, Bachelor Parties & More!
A beer bike tour is the perfect activity for a multitude of events, its active, fun and gets you out exploring the world in a new way. Birthdays, bachelor/bachelorette parties, anniversaries, a corporate event party or just a Sunday fun-day are all perfect occasions for a party bike tour. If you have been looking for a new way to get out and explore your city with friends, reach out and let’s start planning!
The social scene in Sacramento has been popping off lately and Sactown Social Bikes know where the happenings are.
If you are looking for holiday cheer to start off the month, join the Sacramento State Choirs at St. John’s Lutheran Church at 17th and L as they welcome in this holiday season with a Carol Concert Dec. 5. The evening will be filled with familiar and lesser-known carols as well as other music to inspire the upcoming winter season. This could make a fun first stop on a bike tour and is a quick pedal away from some drinks.
Pedal Over To Faces For a Free Day Party
On Sunday, Dec. 8 at Faces, there is a free day party from 3-8 p.m. Pedal over to enjoy drink specials and an evening of fancy frolics.
Wednesday Dec.11 brings us 80’s night at The Press Club. Plan this as a stop and pedal over to this no-cover event if you’re looking for drink specials and all your favorite 80’s hits from pop to dance to metal.
Plan a beer bike stop to Lowbrau Thursday, Dec. 12 for a live performance by Street Fever. Plan to arrive before 9 p.m for free entry and grab a pickleback while you’re there!
On Dec. 14 Midtown will be crawling with onesies as it will be the day of the Onesie Pub Crawl! A critical part of the success of any pub crawl is safe transportation from bar to bar. You need something which can move a dozen or more friends quickly and does not require any partygoers to drive during the festivities. Assemble the crew, bust out those onesies and book the beer bike to take you from spot to spot.
If you plan a beer bike stop to Highwater Dec. 20, you’ll hear all your favorite R&B tunes for you and the homies to groove to. Plan to hit that stop before 11 p.m. for free entry!
Bring the Kids To Meet Santa Along the Way
The First United Methodist Church will host Sacramento’s premier chamber choir Dec. 21 for an afternoon of carols and holiday songs that everyone is sure to know. Pedal down to 21st and J around 3 p.m. to join in on the holiday fun! Bring the kiddos too, and stick around after the music for a surprise visit from Santa himself!
Every Tuesday and Thursday, Kupros will host a live music event. Plan a beer bike stop to Kupros anytime from 5-7 p.m. to hear the music. There will be a different featured artist each time. This months’ live music dates are Dec. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19 and 26.
If you’re feeling swanky, plan a stop to hit Momo Sacramento on a Wednesday this month for their weekly “Bourbon & Blues” event. Sip on an Old Fashioned and let the blues sweep you away. There is a different artist playing each week, so plan to groove at Momo’s this Dec. 4, 11 or 18.
Midtown Farmers Market Will Be Open This Month (Thanks Santa!)
Every Saturday morning, you can plan a pedal to walk through the Midtown Farmers Market. If the weather is nice, have a brew on the Lowbrau patio and enjoy the people watching. This month the farmers market will be on Dec. 7, 14, 21 and 28.
Every Saturday night at The Golden Bear, resident DJs Mike Diamond + My Cousin Vinny take over the Back Bar for Back Bar Saturday. Pedal over to Golden Bear Dec. 7, 14, 21 or 28 to hear a variety of music ranging from house to rap to bass.
Cantina Alley hosts Levanta Muertos Sundays with bottomless Micheladas from 12-3 p.m! You can build your own Michelada with their garnish table that including chicharrones, chamoy, cueritos, cucumbers, watermelon, jicama, pineapple and more! Arguably the most popular Micheladas in Midtown, plan a beer bike stop at Cantina Alley Dec. 8, 15, 22 or 29 to get your Michelada fix.
We are looking forward to celebrating this holiday season with you, let’s get those calendars out and start planning!