THE BEST OF THE BEST PARTY BIKE ROUTE
THAT’S JUST HOW WE ROLL
We start our party bike tours from the Cooperage Building and tour the Historic 3rd Ward / Walker’s Point districts of downtown Milwaukee. This part of Milwaukee is known for the boutique shops, art galleries, trendy retailers, and abundance of dining options. Choose the bar stops or let us choose for you while you sit back and enjoy Milwaukee in an exciting new way!
Most groups are able to visit 3-4 bars during their Pedal Tavern tour. Stay in either the 3rd Ward or the Walker’s Point districts or split your time between both! With 25+ bars with drink specials for our Pedal Tavern riders, you can’t go wrong!
A neighborhood most known for being an LGBTQ+ friendly community, this neighborhood is now also a hotbed of foodie activity with an industrial edge. Many of the neighborhood’s bars and restaurants are focused along Second Street, but Fifth Street is quickly becoming another hotspot for the area.
Trendy shops and dining abound in this revitalized warehouse district. Block after block of formerly industrial space is now home to galleries, restaurants, boutique shops, and stylish national retailers like West Elm, Anthropologie, and Pendleton.
S 2nd St.
S. 2nd St. is thought of as the gateway to Walker’s Point. This small historic district includes buildings that have served a variety of purposes throughout its history, such as manufacturing, cold storage, druggists, grocery stores, saloons, and housing.
You could say that Milwaukee was built on Water Street. Two centuries ago the city’s first European settler, Henry Vieau, build his cabin where the 100 East Wisconsin building now stands. These days it’s a vibrant intersection of theater, entertainment, dining, and culture.
Although it sometimes receives little notice, it’s one of the main reasons that Milwaukee is here and is even the reason for how the city received its name. For a while, pollution from agricultural, municipal and industrial sources led to a host of problems. Today, interest in the Milwaukee River is enjoying a renaissance of sorts, and various groups have joined forces over the past several decades to clean up the river.