Locals and Bike Lovers
Mural Ride is perfect for San Antonio bike tours. These San Antonio biking tours help you see the city's murals without fighting the crowds. Bicycle tours range from free options with over 50 participants to private-party tours with five people and optional food. We'll let you see some of the most iconic murals in the downtown area, including murals featuring the San Antonio Spurs. These murals feature work from some of the city's finest street artists.
Explore San Antonio
A beautiful downtown San Antonio bike ride with an amazing host who will show you the best street art from passionate local guides. The ride has over 20 mural stops where the guides will explain the history behind the mural art. There are many artist through-out San Antonio that make their living by making this town as colorful as it can be and our guides will tell you all about them.
This bike ride tour is similar to our flagship weekend tour just on the southern part of downtown San Antonio - SouthTown. We will start and end the tour in the historical King William District. The bike excursion will then make it's way in to the Riverwalk area where we will see the murals at Travis Park Church and Rudy Herrera's "Last Parade," the tallest mural in San Antonio. Next, we will continue cycling through Hemisphere Park and we'll stop to see Phase III murals by the San Antonio Street Art Initiative. Before we head back to our cars we will see a few Spurs Murals - GO SPURS GO!!!
This is the perfect experience for any company or organization that is planning a team-building activity or corporate outing. Bring your own bike or let us provide one for you and we will capture the beautiful murals that makeup downtown San Antonio. Explore a side of San Antonio that can only be experienced by bicycle and in the process create bonding team relationships. We guarantee that our Mural Ride will provide a better appreciation of San Antonio and San Antonio street art - even if you’re a local.
If you are looking to party on your bike in San Antonio look no further. Join us and other cycling enthusiasts as we get the party started by going on a free community Mural Ride. This is your opportunity to ride with other cyclists of all levels and discover San Antonio street art.
Why choose us?
Our guided bike tours introduce you to one of Texas' most legendary cities in a way that helps you get up close and personal with the artwork. We want you to see the iconic cultural attractions and enjoy them to the greatest extent possible. One of the takeaways that we would like you to get from your tour is that San Antonio is an ideal biking destination. We want you to see downtown San Antonio and its hidden gems in new ways that will make you eager to keep returning to see what's happening and bring more of your friends, too.
We have been offering and refining these tours for years, ensuring that you get a top quality experience.
We ensure that all customer's safety and security are top of mind. From the helmets we provide to the routes we pick, your safety is top of mind.
San Antonio truly is a city with abundant history, art, and culture. Our bike tours don't just provide an enjoyable and scenic ride through the city but offer a unique view into the rich art culture that San Antonio has to offer.
Love from our customers
Mural Rides is on E. Grayson, an ideal launching point for San Antonio bike tours. Our guides know how to find the murals and can tell the story behind each of these works of art. As cultural attractions, these murals are iconic, colorful, and represent the city's diversity. Downtown and the King William District are two of the most popular areas where we take visitors to see these hidden gems, giving everyone a greater appreciation of the benefits of touring the city's murals by bike.Downtown San Antonio is host to the city's thriving arts scene. San Antonio biking trips provide a unique chance to see the murals that contribute to the art scene. Murals on these bicycle tours represent the work of over ten artists. The guided bike tours include information about the city's cultural heritage and more about the artists behind these unique works of art. Opportunities to take bike tours will whet your appetite for more adventure in this city, which is an ideal biking destination with its wealth of street art.
Frequently asked questions
You will find us set up at 302 E. Grayson, San Antonio, TX 78215. We are usually set up under the highway. Check your confirmation text. Meeting location can vary between different locations.
Parking in the immediate meeting point is considered premier parking and cost $8.00. There is free parking on the streets, the parking garage, and the Pearl West Side Parking Lot.
We’re happy to offer free changes and 100% refund up to 24 hours before tour departure. Failure to cancel a reservation at least 24 hours prior to scheduled departure may result in forfeited travel funds. Fare difference may apply.
We will ride as long as there is sun. If there is rain or the roads are too wet than the ride will be canceled and there will be a full refund.
Children are allowed and cycling experience is a must. If your child is under 4ft 10in please contact us.
The bikes we use are single speed cruisers with a coaster back brake.
YES! Helmets are required and are free for all guest.
The tour is 2 hours long and we cover about 6 miles.
Please let your guide know if you have to be back at a certain time.
At this current we only have single speed bicycles.
5 of our bikes will have bungee cords to tie down items. Any thing bigger should be left behind.
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