3 Nantucket Bike Tours You Don’t Want to Miss

Leave the car at the dock and embark on Nantucket’s favorite pastime of cycling through the cobblestone. The island is connected by 35 miles of bike paths traveling from our quaint downtown to the wide-open fields of Sconset. Ready to plan your two-wheeled adventure? Check out these three Nantucket bike tours you won’t want to miss.

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Everything You Need to Know About Nantucket Bike Tours

Slow down—Nantucket style—during your next trip to the island. Hop on a bike from Nantucket Bike Tours and embrace your adventure of the day. Ride next to the crashing waves and waving sea grass, see the island’s lighthouses, or grab a brew from Cisco Brewers. There’s something for everyone when you lace up for a ride through quintessential Nantucket.

Town View Tour

5 Miles | Easy

Catch all of the hot spots with this Downtown Nantucket bike tour. The tour covers the Old Mill, Steps Beach, Lilly Pond, Brant Point Lighthouse, classic whaling streets, and a few secret spots for tour guests only. The Town View Tour will have you living like a local during your visit. Glide over the cracks of the cobblestone with this one-of-a-kind excursion.

Bike to the Brewery

7 Miles | Moderate

The folks at Nantucket Bike Tours have officially combined our two favorite pastimes—biking and beer. Hop aboard for a trek through the countryside and over to our friends at Cisco Brewers.

Not a beer lover? No worries, Cisco’s triples as a brewery, winery, and distillery serving up all of your favorite creations. Drink and be merry to your heart’s desire, and at the end of the night, the guide will arrange a cab to bring you back to town.

Spin to Sconset

20 Miles | Moderate

If you’re in search of an epic adventure, you’ll want to sign up for the group’s Spin to Sconset tour. Siasconset, known to locals as Sconset, was originally settled as a fishing village on the furthermost tip of the island. Along your journey, you’ll pass some of Nantucket’s most iconic spots such as the Moors of Nantucket, several cranberry bogs, Sankaty Head Lighthouse, Sconset Bluff, and Seasachacha Pond. Cruise past exclusive beaches and bike to the edge of the island. Set aside at least half of the day for this immersive tour.

Pedal Back to the Anchor Inn

Explore the scenic trails of Nantucket’s coast and come back to the Anchor Inn to unwind for the night. Book your stay in the Greyhound room and enjoy second-floor garden views. The room includes a queen-sized bed, flat-screen TV, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a complimentary breakfast each morning of your stay.

Check out our coveted lighthouses while you’re journeying the island by bike. We have your guide to exploring the life-saving structures during your trip. We are so excited to welcome you to Nantucket!

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