New Orleans Custom Bike Tour

New Orleans Custom Bike Tour


Ride through New Orleans and take our Big Easy Bike Tour with an amazing array of activities, ranging from Mardi Gras, Jazz and Zydeco Festivals, Cajun Food Fests, wonderful warm weather, and a unique cycling tour offered only by Cycle of Life Adventures.

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Tour Highlights

  • Cuyahoga National Park Amish country
  • Traffic free riding trails
  • Underground Railroad history
  • Bridge of Dreams covered bridge Little Miami State Park


Rider Level

Recreational to Intermediate

Minimum Group Size

6 guests


Up to 240 miles


Fly in and out of Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport


All meals are included


All lodging is included

  • 2 Guides.
  • Van Support (snacks and beverages)
  • 1 Airboat Tour
  • 1 Guided City Tour
  • Airport shuttle
Not Included
  • Airfare.
  • Souvenirs.
  • 12% gratuity for guides, mechanics, volunteers, and tour staff is not included, but greatly appreciated
Suggested Travel Months

October, November, December, February, and April


Aug 24-30, 2023 ( Thurs – Wed)

Sept 1-7, 2023 (Fri- Thurs)

6 Days | 6 Nights


Starts at
  • Single Room - $625
  • RENTAL BIKES: Road Bike - $195 | eBike - $375
Warm and dry in winter. Book this tour now!

Sample Itinerary

Orientation: 5:00PM held on the night before we ride.

Day 1 - Historic Tour of New Orleans

With the guidance of Flambeaux Tour company, we spend 3 hours today on bike and on foot touring the Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery, French Quarter and City Park.

30.6 miles

Day 2 - New Orleans; Jean Lafitte National Park; Airboat Tour; Shuttle back to New Orleans

Jean Lafitte Swamp tour will host us on a large airboat for a narrated tour in the Jean Lafitte National Park.

15.8 or 31.8 miles

Day 3 - New Orleans; Darrow; Houmas House Plantation; Cycle Along the Levee and Mississippi River Trail

We are on our own today, cycling a flat 70 miles to our destination hotel, The Houmas House Plantation- There, you can do a self-guided tour of the grounds and gardens.

73 miles

Day 4 - Darrow; Plaquemine Lock; White Castle; Nottoway Plantation

Before we cross the river today, we will take a short ride out to The National Hansen’s Disease Museum, honoring patients with Leprosy, once quarantined on the site. We cross the river to the western banks and cycle to the Plaquemine Lock Historical Site for a guided tour of the lock system before we end our day at the lovely Nottoway Plantation.

50.1 miles

Day 5 - Donaldson; Napoleonville; Oak Alley Plantation

This short, easy day allows for some morning walks among the gardens and grounds before we head down river to Oak Alley Plantation. Oak Alley, probably one of the most photographed plantations in the US, is the site of numerous movies and thousands of weddings.

41.5 miles

Day 6 - Mississippi River Trail South Shore; Shuttle to Lake Ponchartrain Trail; City Park; French Quarter; 2pm Airport Shuttle

This day can be a short or long route, if you choose. We do have to take a van shuttle across the busy bridges back into New Orleans proper. We cycle the well maintained trail along Lake Pontchartrain and beautiful parks within the city. We say our good-byes this afternoon, that is unless you would like to head up river and start another tour on the Natchez Trace National Parkway.

17.6 to 45.4 miles

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