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Urban AdvenTours: Cycle Boston to Learn it’s Hidden History

In the early 2000s Boston was considered one of the worst cities for bike riders. Now it has quickly grown to one of the most bike friendly cities in the United States. The riders of Urban AdvenTours like to think they played a small part in making that happen and you can too! Book a team building event with Urban AdvenTours to take a ride through the streets of Boston…..




leisure-group-travelBiking in the Big City

Leisure Group Travel – July 29th, 2016

Bicycle tours bring travelers closer to their surroundings than looking out a bus window allows. And with more cities adding bike lanes and bike-share programs, including biking as part of a city tour is easier than ever. Some hotels even offer free bikes to guests.

If you include biking as part of your tour, make sure you know the local rules, such as whether riding on the sidewalk is allowed and whether helmets are required.

Here’s a look at biking options in some East Coast cities your bus is likely to visit.


Peddling a Passion for Urban Cycling

Boston Globe –

After graduating from Wesleyan University in 1998 with a degree in Psychology/Sociology, Andrew Prescott, an Old Saybrook, Conn., native now living in Cambridge, embarked on a quest to find the ultimate job. After working as a recruiter, dishwasher, bartender, globetrotter, accountant, and marketing manager for such brands as Cointreau, Coca-Cola Zero, and Anheuser-Busch, he decided in 2004 to launch Urban AdvenTours, to offer guided bicycle tours in and around Boston and Cambridge…


‘Tour de Hives’ brings bicyclists to bees across Boston


The Boston Globe – June 5th, 2015

People are all abuzz about an event this weekend that will give them up-close access to the city’s hidden honeybee hives.

On June 7, The Tour de Hives will take cyclists and bee enthusiasts through several neighborhoods including Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, and Chestnut Hill to observe active apiaries and learn about the beneficial impacts the insects have on the environment…


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The Boston Globe – April 16th 2015

Tour on Two Wheels

Multiple daily tours through Boston and Cambridge make locally owned and eco-friendly biking adventure company Urban AdvenTours (855-249-1195; a lot better for the environment — and your calf muscles — than the quacking, gas-guzzling tourist standby. Its motto: “Burn carbs, not carbon.”


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