Fully narrated and relaxing Santa Monica Bay cruise over Marvin Braude bike path!
These L.A. beaches are an iconic and integral part of Southern California. Hugging the Santa Monica Bay in an arch, these desirable beach communities of Santa Monica, and Venice move from ultra rich, to ultra casual, to bohemian. Sand and ocean front remain the center of the action. You will find out where Hollywood power figures choose to live, check where some popular Hollywood movies were made, while passing various panoramas of the city, feel the lifestyle on the bay and hear many other interesting stories. We will avoid horrific traffic and breath in the clean air. We are expected to be in mild temperatures, with emphasis of the fun-in-the-sun beach-focused lifestyle.
The tour begins with an orientation session at Temescal Canyon. We will practice for riding drills to achieve good feel and comfort to stay upright on self-balanced transporters. Training may take some time, depending on a number of riders, and their abilities to handle cruisers. After, we go on a tour and conquer Pacific Ocean front. We will ride close to a beautiful beach front at Pacific Palisades, and gain a good mood. Nice scenic point will await us on our way towards wooden Santa Monica Pier with its festive atmosphere. The surf and sand of Venice are fine, but the main attraction here is the boardwalk scene, which is a cosmos all its own. After passing hip and somewhat shocking Venice boardwalk, the surroundings will be changing gradually to rich. Small, quiet and nice neighborhood perfectly aligns with Pacific Ocean front. Sometimes, here, you may even feel cooler air, and recogniz lesser people. Because the concentration of loud and social is near Venice fishing pier where cozy bars and restaurants created unique oceanfront promenade.
At the end of the tour the participants are free to stay at the City of Venice. PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR OWN TRANSPORTATION ACCORDINGLY IF YOU PLAN TO STAY! THIS IS A ONE WAY CRUISE.Upon request we can transport customers back to Temescal Canyon.