Portland Bike Tour

5 Lighthouse Day Trip

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See 5 Lighthouses by Bicycle

Tours daily from Memorial Day to October 31 at 9:30 a.m.

Discover Portland Maine and the shores of Casco Bay by bicycle!  Join us for a 5-hour bicycle tour of Portland, Maine featuring the Maine coast, lighthouses, and Portland’s history.

Join your knowledgeable local guides, to learn the history of the wonderful city of Portland, see 5 lighthouses, and enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch.

We begin with a short shuttle ride, bike fitting, and an introduction to your bicycle. Your ride starts along a bike path through Willard Beach – one of Portland’s most charming communities to Bug Light, which marks the entrance to the Portland Breakwater. We explore the lighthouse, enjoy the great views from the park, and learn about the liberty ships built during the Second World War.  From here we cycle on to the Spring Point Lighthouse, the Portland Harbor Museum, and Fort Preble a 19th century stone fortification. We continue through Portland’s charming beachfront community before cycling onto Shore Road, one of Portland’s most exclusive addresses.  Next stop is the majestic Portland Head Light where we enjoy Portland’s best lobster roll overlooking the ocean. We continue cycling past saltwater farms to 2 Lights State Park and local favorite Kettle Cove.

Participants should be comfortable cycling 10 to 12 miles. Please wear athletic clothing and close-toed shoes. Reservations require a $50.00 deposit which is fully refundable in the event of a weather cancellation declared by Summer Feet Cycling. Refundable less $5.00 with 48-hour notification.  Deposit is non-refundable in the event of a guest no-show or less than 48-hour cancellation.

Tours depart from the Ocean Gateway Cruise Terminal/Visitor Information Center

Tours fill quickly. Advanced reservations are strongly reccomended. Tours may be booked by online or by calling us 866-857-9544.

Price $95.00 per person

Highlights 

See 5 Lighthouses
Pedal Along the Coast
Learn Portland’s History
Enjoy Portland’s Best Lobster Roll

View Itinerary

Skill Levels

  • Sounds Like Fun (easy)

What's Included

Bicycle and Helmet
2 Experienced Guides
Van Support
Portland’s Best Lobster Roll

Tour Map


Itinerary 

Your tour leaders will meet you at our clearly marked van parked at the Ocean Gateway for a fun and active day full of lighthouses, great views and history. We begin with a quick short shuttle, bike fitting and introduction to your bicycle. Your ride starts along  bike path through Willard Beach one of Portland’s most charming communities to Bug Light which marks the entrance to the Portland Breakwater. We explore the lighthouse, enjoy the great views from the park, and learn about the liberty ships built during the Second World War.  From here we cycle onto the Spring Point Lighthouse, the Portland Harbor Museum, and Fort Preble a 19thcentury stone fortification. We continue through Portland’s Charming beachfront community before cycling onto Shore Road, one of Portland’s most exclusive addresses.  Next stop is the majestic Portland head light. Our cycling continues past ocean front farms to 2 Lights Sate Park where you enjoy gourmet picnic of local foods overlooking the ocean. After lunch your guides will shuttle you back to Portland in time to do a little shopping, grab treats at our favorite bakery, or enjoy a local microbrew.


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