Nashville Pedal Taverns: 4 Bike Bars You Must Ride!

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Nashville pedal bars are a fantastic way to see and experience the city. Whether you're looking to tour iconic sights or enjoy a leisurely ride with friends, these bike bars offer a unique and fun way to do it.

Top choices include Nashville Pedal Tavern, Sprocket Rocket Party Bike, Nashville Bar Bike, and the Music City Crawler. These pedal-powered pubs seat groups of 6-15 people, allowing you to explore Nashville's streets in style. Just remember, most tours require participants to be 21 or older.

Bike Bars:Price Per Person:TimeSeats:
Nashville Pedal Tavern$4990 min6 – 15
Sprocket Rocket$4995 min6 – 15
Nashville Bar Bike$30102 min6 – 15
Music City Crawler$3890 min6 – 15
Music City Crawler Nashville

#1 Music City Crawler

Music City Crawler, a Veteran and Women-owned pedal bar, offers an exciting way to explore downtown Nashville. Pedal and sing your way through the city, stopping at up to three honky-tonks with exclusive drink deals.

For $38, enjoy a 90-minute ride on a 15-passenger party bike along Honky Tonk Row. Choose between private or public tours, and don't forget Veterans and Brides ride free, with discounts for seniors, teachers, and first responders.

You must be 21 with a valid ID. Bring your own canned alcohol and get ready for a fun-filled adventure!

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#2 Nashville Pedal Tavern

This giant party bike seats up to 15 people, complete with a bartender and sound system for your entertainment. Pedal through the streets, stopping at the best bars and honky-tonks Nashville has to offer.

With multiple pickup and drop-off points, you can plan your route. Rides are 90 minutes long, but plan for 2-3 hours for loading and onboarding. Perfect for birthdays, bachelorette parties, and other special occasions, the Pedal Tavern accommodates groups of six to 15 people. You'll visit landmarks like Music Row and the Country Music Hall of Fame while enjoying drinks and live music. Participants must be 21 or older with a valid ID.

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#3 Sprocket Rocket

With prices starting at $49, the Sprocket Rocket party bike offers a fun way to see Nashville. You and up to 15 friends can cruise through the city, sipping beer or seltzer while taking in the sights and sounds.

A minimum of six passengers is needed for public trips, and seats are assigned randomly. If your group is smaller, you’ll be paired with others. For larger parties, just book additional bikes.

Tours last about 95 minutes, covering Lower Broadway and nearby streets. Ice, coolers, and beverages are provided, so no need to bring your own. Dress casually with closed-toe shoes, and skip the high heels for safety. Enjoy the ride!

Visit the Sprocket Rocket Website To Learn More.

#4 Nashville Bar Bike

Gather 6 to 15 friends for a memorable night on the Nashville Bike Bar, perfect for birthdays, bachelor parties, and corporate outings. Tours include a tavern stop, with individual prices starting at $30 and private tours at $350.

Bring your own cans (no glasses) and ID showing you're 21 or older. Alcohol content must be under 8%. When you rent the whole bike, you can play your music and decorate it. Coolers, ice, water, and cups are provided.

Rides last 1.5 to 1.7 hours with one or two bar stops. Wear casual clothing and avoid high heels. Enjoy the city sights in style!

Visit the Nashville Bar Bike Website To Learn More.

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