FAQs

We like to think we offer the best guided tours available in Reykjavik and day trips from Reykjavik. We love what we do and we’re confident you’ll love what we do!

You’ll get to see places just outside most people’s walking range and it is a great way to travel.

You’ll see places bypassed by tour busses and the groups are small. On a bicycle you have time to absorb all the details along the way, because they’re not whizzing by. You do not smell diesel fumes, the windows are always clean and the air-conditioning always works.

A guide brings the places to life and answers your questions.

Ursula and Stefan guide most tours. Together they have more than 30 years experience as professional tourist guides / tour managers and storytellers. In exceptional cases we ask one of our tourist guide friends (certified by the Iceland Tourism Board) to help us out. We’ll tell you uncensored stories only locals can tell. Meet your guide!

All scheduled tours are conducted in English. We can arrange private tours in several different languages. Ursula of course is very happy to do private tours in her native language – German. Other languages.

Yes! Contact us to make an arrangement.

Yes! A bit of rain or snow does not stop us from going. We are ready if you are.

Our guests tell us that Classic Reykjavik is easy as it is quite flat, but Coast of Reykjavik is a little harder because it covers more ground. There are some small hills but strong wind from the wrong direction can make the ride a bit harder. Golden circle is quite easy and you can always jump back onto the support (Sag-van) mini-bus. Westman Isles is a a bit hilly and many choose to push the bike up the steepest hills. Blue lagoon is fairly easy.

You are. For your personal safety we lend you a helmet FREE of charge. We recommend the use of a helmet during the tour. Persons 15 years and younger are required by law to wear a helmet.

Our philosophy is to provide quality service to individuals and small groups. If you are a member of a group you might want to consider doing a private tour with us.

Whether you ride five days a week wearing lycra and bicycle cleats or once a week in cotton shorts and tennis shoes you’ll enjoy our interpretive tours. We’ve travelled with toddlers as well as people well into their 80’s.

Yes, children and infants are most welcome. Having two children of our own we understand what it takes to make children happy. A private bike tour is the best option for families with children. We have several bike sizes for children, connecting bikes and bicycle trailers.

More important than age is that child can ride a bike safely in traffic and keep up with the group. Generally, we do not allow children younger than 10 years of age on our scheduled tours. On private tours there is no minimum age.