Looking for the most scenic way to explore Nantucket? Leave your car at the dock and embark on a cycling adventure with Nantucket Bike Tours, located just three minutes from Anchor Inn. Biking is a favorite Nantucket pastime, and a great way to get around the island, with 35 miles of scenic bike paths connecting quaint downtown with as far out as Sconset. On your next visit, consider these three Nantucket Bike Tours for an excursion you won’t forget.

Everything You Need to Know About Nantucket Bike Tours

Slow down, Nantucket style, on your next trip to the island. 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 with Nantucket Bike Tours.

  • Town View Tour

5 Miles | Easy

A timeless trek to some of Nantucket’s hidden gems, beautiful sights, and historical locations, the Town View Tour covers Old Mill, Steps Beach, Lilly Pond, Brant Point Lighthouse, classic whaling streets, and a few secret spots for tour guests only. At just five miles with barely any incline, it’s a great way to catch many of the island’s must-see spots while enjoying a cruise along the cobblestones in historic Downtown.

  • Bike to the Brewery

7 Miles | Moderate

A combination of two favorite Nantucket pastimes, the Bike to the Brewery tour starts in downtown and ends at Nantucket’s favorite brewery, Cisco Brewers, with stops at famous homes and Bartlett’s Farm for snacks along the way. Cisco Brewers triples as a winery and distillery as well, making the countryside trek worthwhile for all kinds of cyclics. Drink and be merry to your heart’s desire: Your tour guide will arrange a cab to bring you back to town.

  • Spin to Sconset

20 Miles | Moderate

For a serious cycling adventure, join the Spin to Sconset, a 20-mile journey to Siasconset, an old fishing village on the easternmost tip of the island. Along the way, you’ll pass some of Nantucket’s most iconic spots, like the Moors of Nantucket, several cranberry bogs, Sankaty Head Lighthouse, Sconset Bluff, and Sesachacha Pond, as well as a handful of exclusive beaches. Set aside at least half of the day for this immersive tour.

Pedal Back to the Anchor Inn

After a day on bike trails, unwind for the night at the Anchor Inn. Book your stay in the Greyhound room and enjoy second-floor garden views, a queen-sized bed, flat-screen TV, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a complimentary breakfast each morning of your stay. We are so excited to welcome you to Nantucket!