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Magical History Tour

Start & End in Princeton (MAP)

    Tours Can Be Customized To Your Needs!

    Ride Einstein's commute. Did you know he never learned to drive!?

    See where Einstein worked, lived, got his icecream and shopped.

    See homes of Presidents, celebrated scientists, famous actors!

    And Einstien's bike shop. The oldest bike shop in America.


    • 10 - 15 mile routes

    • Difficulty: Easy. For everyone; flat

    • Some city riding (Einstien did it; Princeton students do it!)

    • Expect 2 - 3 hours total

    *Save $40 with 4 riders!

    Save $100 with 5 riders!

    Save $180 with 6 or more riders!

    2 rider minimum.

    Select the day and time when you book.

    $110 per Rider*

    or Give any tour as a gift

    Giving Gift Cards is EASY!

    You can give a gift of any amount towards any of our bicycle tours. Not sure what tour your giftee would prefer? No problem... when you give a bike tour as a gift, it is applied as a credit towards any of our tours.

    Important Tour Notes

    • Our private tours are safe, at your pace, and fit your schedule. With new e-bikes, we can accommodate everyone!

    • Bring your bike or we can set up a rental for you. Liquids, extra tubes/repair kits, and cash is always good.

    • Bike rentals are available at local bike shops. Please contact us for more information.

    • All tours can be customized with local expert guides fitting your fitness level and interests.

    • Minimum of 2 people for each booking.

    • Any bike will do, as long as it's in good working condition.

    • Tours are on paved roads, except Paths & Pastries, which is on a gravel path.

    Kopp's Cyclery:
    The oldest bike shop in America where Einstein frequented

    Learn more about Einstein and his biking

    Einstein's Hangout

    No Socks Please

    Einstein lived in the US to escape Hitler and was originally planning to live in CA. A wealthy family lured him to live and work in Princeton, offering life-time employment and all expenses paid living. He never taught at Princeton University, however. He taught at the Institute for Advanced Learning, a magnet for the smartest minds on the planet.

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