The Golden Gate & Marin tour

Sale price Price $208.00 Regular price $260.00

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Why pick this ride?

This is our favorite local day ride, and one we recommend to first time visitors.

We never get tired of riding across our beloved Golden Gate bridge and the iconic Route 1, and we picked a number of less traveled back roads with little or no traffic to build an epic and memorable day adventure. We will ride by abandoned World War II bunkers, lighthouses at the end of the continent, stop at authentic Western saloons, and feel the serenity of riding under the giant California redwood trees.

Duration: approx. 6 hours
Departure: 10am
Start & Finish: San Francisco, CA

The Itinerary

From the fog city's most notorious hills, we will enjoy stunning vistas, ride over the Golden Gate bridge and into the lesser traveled roads of Marin county, passing by World War II bunkers. We won't stop there and keep rising up above the fog ocean into mountain roads overlooking the great Pacific ocean. It won't be a complete California experience without the local delicacies and conversations at hipster coffee shops, rustic western saloons, and by the water in charming Sausalito.

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Motorcycle rental : Whether you want a BMW, a Honda, a Ducati, or a Harley Davidson, we can help you secure your ideal bike to go along with your California dream ride (rental cost extra). Simply let us know in the reservation form. You also have the choice or bringing your own motorcycle or renting through your own channels. Here is a list of moto rental alternatives. 

Guided Tour Price
Rider only: $260
Rider + Pillion: $410

Included: cool ‘ride native’ gear, coffee & tea
Not included: bridge toll, meals

Minimum age of participants : 25 years old
Required skill level: 2+ years of riding experience + a valid motorcycle license

More questions?
Read our FAQ section for more general information and specific answers on rentals, skill requirement, and booking. If you have more questions or require special accommodation, please reach out to us directly via email at ride (at) ridenative (dot) com

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Dor B.
Israel Israel
I recommend this product

I felt like I'm the star of a Hollywood set

I was looking for things to do in the few days I had to spend in SF, when I came across Native Moto daily tours. It sounded like a unique day experience I can tell about back home and so I called Jen for more details. Apart from being EXTREMELY nice, interesting and fun people, the riding experience itself was AWESOME. I chose to rent a 1200cc Harley Davidson sportster. Jen and Saf gave me a complete sense of safety, having me riding in between their formation. The scenery road was beautiful and we even stopped at some movie-like biker's places along the way, full other Harley's (and sport cars). At parts, I felt like I'm the star of a Hollywood set. Would definitely recommend it to other SF visitors as a different way to tour SF, and will probably contact Native Moto again some day in the future for another trip :)

Stefane R.
France France
I recommend this product

Golden memories

Being a moto rider back home, I couldn't imagine exploring San Francisco's backroads in a tour bus. Jen & Saf were super friendly and professional. They helped us rent our bike (a GS1200) and took us around some stunning hills and twisties just 30min outside of town. Most people visiting SF miss out on what's just beyond the Golden Gate bridge. Highly recommend!