COMFORT CRUISERS & ELECTRIC BIKES
Tours and rentals available 7 days a week
Open for walk-in business daily 9:30 to 4:30
Tours must be booked at least 2 hours in advance
EXPERIENCE NEW ORLEANS WITH THE BEST!
OUR GUIDES AND LINKS TO THEIR PRIVATE TOURS!
All of our guides are local and licensed with the city of New Orleans. With over 100 combined years of experience walking and eating our way through the French Quarter an it's surrounding neighborhoods, our guides are the reason we are consistently rated as the number one bike tour company in New Orleans. We are also the only company that offers electric bicycle tours of the city with access to places that no other bike, bus or walking tour ever can get to. We have a list of standard top selling tours but for private parties or exceptionally curious tourist each guide has their own special area of interests. Let them take your to the rarest and most rich alleys of deep New Orleans. Ladies and gentlemen meet your guides.
The locals local, Jaime eats, sleeps and oozes New Orleans history and culture. He's head over heals in love with New Orleans Jazz which he would tell you is, Jazz itself. An avid electric biker it's possible he has biked down every street in our swampy city. (more)
At Buzz Nola your fun, comfort, and safety are our top priority. Our tours allow you to experience the sights, scents, and sounds of one of the most unique cities in the world. Sit back and tour New Orleans in comfort on our single speed cruiser bikes, designed with New Orleans' infamously bumpy roads in mind. Strong, durable frames, fat tires, and wide seats mean you're riding in leisurely style.
Buzz Nola is conveniently located near you in the hotel district, only one block from the French Quarter. Don't walk 15 blocks into the Quarter just to ride back out! Go where the locals go; see the city with Buzz Nola!
Mechanic, outdoor enthusiast, amateur website builder, boat captain, ebike enthusiast, he will take you to the lake to see Spanish fort or down to the Chalmette battlefield, because whats the point of having 30 electric bikes if you don't use them