North Holland
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Our most recommended North Holland Electric Bike Tours

  • Windmills, Cheese & Clogs: 3-Hour Countryside E-Bike Tour

    1. Windmills, Cheese & Clogs: 3-Hour Countryside E-Bike Tour

    Start your bike tour by taking the ferry to the north side of Amsterdam. See the Amsterdam Tower and the Eye Film Museum, a unique introduction to Amsterdam's Old Holland area. Afterwards, cycle through the natural area of Waterland. This flat landscape offers views of moments that feel lost in time, as you encounter expansive fields and traditional Dutch farmers going about their daily lives. Cycle through the ancient villages of Broek, where time seems to have completely stopped. The land is protected by kilometers of dikes and pumping stations, allowing picturesque villages to blossom, and the region to become a hot spot for outdoor activities on land and on water. Finally, you will visit a windmill, and a local farm that produces cheese that is exported around the world.

    Great bike ride through the beautiful countryside and through villages. Stop at a cheese farm for cheese tasking. What a way to see the countryside.

  • Amsterdam: 3-Hour Private Beer Bike & Beer Boat Package

    2. Amsterdam: 3-Hour Private Beer Bike & Beer Boat Package

    Make your special occasion in Amsterdam an unforgettable one with this private 3-hour Beer Bike and Beer Boat combination! See the hotspots of Amsterdam by both bike and boat, and ride along the famous canals with your friends on the perfect bachelor or hen party.  On the Beer Cruise you’ll start out in the heart of Amsterdam and cruise along the historic canals of the city center, while enjoying a party on the water! Your own private boat is ready for you to come aboard, with cold beer and a hospitable skipper. The Beer Bike tour is an ideal activity that’s suitable for 10-16 people. If your group is larger than this, there are multiple bikes available. Your sober driver will steer you through Amsterdam and show you the city while you relax and enjoy your beer. There’s 20 liters of brew on board! The Beer Bikes are equipped with electric pedal assistance which makes them the lightest...

  • Holland by Electric Scooter: Windmills, Clogs & Cheese

    3. Holland by Electric Scooter: Windmills, Clogs & Cheese

    With this 1-day electric scooter rental you get to decide what time you’ll start out, when and where you’ll stop and how long you’ll spend at the numerous attractions. Before you start the activity you get instructions from an instructor and have a test run. After that you can go off on your own (not in a group). Your route starts in Landsmeer, a small village just above Amsterdam. It takes about 20 minutes by taxi, car or bus to get to the starting point from Amsterdam. After a cup of coffee or tea and an explanation of the road map and highlights of the route, head out to discover the beautiful countryside. With your scooter rental you’ll get a road map to the Zaanse Schans, with its traditional Dutch houses and windmills.

    Bart was very pleasant and helpful. Hot drinks after a chilly ride hit the spot!

  • Amsterdam: Countryside and Organic Farm Bike Tour

    4. Amsterdam: Countryside and Organic Farm Bike Tour

    Explore the countryside as you cycle on a dike and stop at a windmill. Learn about the history of Dutch land creation and how a lot of the country has been built on water.  Discover the picturesque village of Landsmeer and the beautiful green area of Twiske. Visit an organic local farm along the way and take a walk in their garden. You can pick some ingredients for your lunch, while meeting the staff of this special care farm. Learn about future developments and challenges to organic agriculture in the Netherlands. Have a look at the future of urban farming, and meet the change-makers behind the agriculture of tomorrow. This tour gives back to the organic farm "Zorgboerderij Maarsen", an institution that uses agricultural resources to provide social and educational care services for people with special needs.

  • Amsterdam: Combined Prosecco Bike and Canal Cruise

    5. Amsterdam: Combined Prosecco Bike and Canal Cruise

    Experience Amsterdam from the land and water on a combined 2-part sightseeing tour, and see the city from a communal bike and canal boat. Climb aboard the private canal boat IJdok. Each boat can hold 34 guests and you will glide serenely over the waters of Amsterdam’s Canal Belt. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the electrically powered boat as you sail along some of the city’s major waterways, such as the Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht. Admire the 17th-century merchant houses of the city center, and see sights such as the Skinny Bridge and Anne Frank House. Hear fascinating stories from the history of Amsterdam from your experience skipper. Enjoy the features of the open sloop, such as a canopy to protect you from any bad weather! Then, see the city from a communal bike, and enjoy unlimited Prosecco as your driver pedals you around the city center. Learn about Amsterdam’s ...

  • Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour Private Prosecco Pedal Bar Ride

    6. Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour Private Prosecco Pedal Bar Ride

    Embark on a unique adventure and way to sightsee in Amsterdam with a 1.5-hour private tour by group party bike, priced for a group of up to 16 people. On the tour, you'll travel along the blossoming area of Sloterdijk, just outside the city center. Pedal along as you enjoy bubbly Prosecco, and leave the navigating to your sober driver and guide. Don't miss this opportunity to experience Amsterdam in a fun and interactive way, with a glass of bubbly always close at hand.

    Really good laugh. The prosecco was horrible (not surprising) but was only 8% so not real prosecco. Also part of the deal said we all got a souvenir and a photo. This did not happen. Bit disappointing

  • Amsterdam Beer and Bubbles Bike Tour

    7. Amsterdam Beer and Bubbles Bike Tour

    Climb aboard Amsterdam’s unique beer bike to see the sites of the city’s Canal Belt while drinking from 20 liters of beer and 5 bottle of prosecco at the on-board bar. Suitable for groups of between 6 to 16 people, the beer bike comes with its own designated driver, known as “BOB" for Bewust Onbeschonken Bestuurder (Conscious Sober Driver), to remove that awkward choice of who has to stay sober! Make merry as BOB does most of the work on the electric peddle-assisted bike. Beer bikes run throughout the day, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM, and you can even rent more than one bike for larger groups, subject to availability. See the best of Amsterdam aboard this unique mobile bar.

  • Amsterdam Food and Drink Bike Tour

    8. Amsterdam Food and Drink Bike Tour

    Start by exploring Amsterdam East, a newly developing district with a strong Moroccan and Middle Eastern street food influence that has changed how locals eat and drink. Visit a typical farmer's and vintage market called Dappermarkt. Eat a herring by the tail like a proper Dutchie, and drink a sweet Jenever liquor from the oldest distillery at Flevopark. Then peddle through Amsterdam North, a former industrial hub which has been taken over by artists. See the guerrilla housing projects, street art, collective run art houses, creative bars, restaurants, and arcades. Visit an alternative brewery in Amsterdam North with custom beers brewed for your palate.

  • From Amsterdam/North Holland: Texel Island E-bike Tour

    9. From Amsterdam/North Holland: Texel Island E-bike Tour

    About one-third of Texel is a protected nature reserve and the ideal island for anyone wanting to get out and about on an e-bike. The island was created by a catastrophic flood in the Netherlands that took place in 1170. Nowadays, the island shields the mudflat region of the Wadden Sea from the North Sea. Depending on which tour option you select, begin this excursion with pickup at either your hotel in Amsterdam or your hotel anywhere in the province of North Holland. As you make your way to the top of the province of North Holland (from Amsterdam it's a 2-hour journey including ferry crossing), watch the flat Dutch landscapes pass by as your friendly and professional guide shares interesting information about The Netherlands with you. From Den Helder, you'll take the ferry to Texel, crossing the Wadden Sea. Upon arrival on the island, the e-bikes will be waiting for you. The cycling ...

  • Amsterdam: Share-a-Beer-Bike Experience

    10. Amsterdam: Share-a-Beer-Bike Experience

    Hop onboard on this shared beer bike and enjoy unlimited beer and prosecco while you meet new people from all over the world. Moreover, see a different side to Amsterdam than just the typical canal belt views. Choose a tour during the day or at night, and leave the driving to BOB, the Bewust Onbeschonken Bestuurder, or conscious sober driver. That way there’s no decision to make about who has to stay sober during the ride. Bikes have a capacity of up to 17 passengers, but groups larger than 17 can be accommodated as a number of beer bikes are available. However large or small your group, you’ll take in Amsterdam's top sights as a sober driver peddles the electric-assisted mobile bar. Whether it's just you or you and your mates, everyone's welcome to hop onboard as long as the group is 6 participants or less.

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What people are saying about North Holland

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 42 reviews

Absolutely loved our tour with Mona. She was informative and concerned for our safety. She would check on the group and make sure we were all together. It is a long trip but the electric bikes really make a huge difference. Literally makes it doable for anyone. The farm and countryside were a lovely treat. A great way to spend a good part of your day out of the city.

Best e-bike tour that we ever did so far. It was a lovely trip outside from Amsterdam. The guide was very kind who provided us with many interesting facts about the landscape. Highly recommended!

Extremely friendly, informative, easy-to-ride electric bikes. The temporally manageable view outside the city helps to understand the country in its entirety even better.

Great bike ride through the beautiful countryside and through villages. Stop at a cheese farm for cheese tasking. What a way to see the countryside.

Thoroughly enjoyed this tour. My guide Mona had lots of knowledge to share. She was awesome! Would highly recommend!