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Party Bike Barcelona
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Julie G wrote a review Mar 2020
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We booked this for a hen party of 13 people. No communication at all. We were at the meeting point and the driver drive off - even though we had booked and paid the 90 minute slot. We managed to be collected again and they took us 10 minutes at least away from Las Ramblas. We were in the middle of nowhere and the bikes were broken. A stag party, who had just finished, warned us against it (too late we had booked). They then wanted to charge us an extra 150euros despite not proving the service they said they would. We refused to pay. I wouldn’t book with these guys. We made the most out of a really bad situation!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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clionettie wrote a review Feb 2020
staffordshire49 contributions38 helpful votes
The beer bike tour seems to be the same company that runs all the advertised beer bike tours as they all have the same tel number. We were picked up in some works van,the seats were disgusting and covered in oil. We were taken about 5 miles out of the city along the motorway and dumped at the side of a dirt track. This is not the photos which are shown on all their websites under different names. Half of the seats didn’t have pedals and the few that did the chains were coming off. We complained as there was another group of girls who were put with us that there was not enough pedals for all of us. The guide just shrugged her shoulders and expected us to carry on.What else could you do stuck in the middle of nowhere and relying on them to take you back to Barcelona. After about 50 metres down the track we were asked to get off and play musical chairs.It was an absolute joke. The beer was cheap supermarket cans,they hardly had any choice of soft drinks and no water. Do not waste your money or time booking this tour unless you like being ripped off.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lauren Davies wrote a review Feb 2020
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When we drove down what I can only describe as a future kidnap destination, the worry of not returning to Las Ramblas was a possibility. Website images of the activity are completely misleading. We were picked up in a minibus, taken a long a motorway and were taken down a deserted dirt path. The bike itself was hard to pedal due to the uneven, gravel path. The views were far from picturesque and the entertainment was questionable. A game of musical touch the bike barrel was not the highlight of the experience. Not recommended if you are expecting to enjoy a beer around Barcelona.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sofie wrote a review Aug 2019
Kettering, United Kingdom2 contributions
Initially a little bit unsure as we drove down the dirt track and stopped under a bridge with no beer bike in sight, however don't be alarmed!! We great fun, Leticia was absolutely great and gave us drinking games to play! We didn't go very far on the bike but that didn't matter to us, we were going for the fun, not a work out! Only thing I would say is it is quite far out of the city and we all got lots of bites so take bug spray!!! Alcohol was good, beer was estrella and the sangria was decent
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Chris wrote a review Aug 2019
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10 of us had booked this for a stag-do event. After a 20-minute taxi ride they dropped us off underneath a motorway bridge on a dirt road. Fueled by the cans of Estrella and cheap Sangria, we peddled for 15 minutes up the road, making sure we took the time to appreciate the graffiti artwork someone had created on the open sewage pipes. It is possible to jump off the bike and take closer look at the craftsmanship of the local graffiti artists - the bike’s top speed is barely walking pace, so it is easy to catch it up again. After 200m the driver turned the bike around and announced we were heading back to the starting point. He looked confused as we fell about laughing. After pushing the bike through a couple of sandy/boggy patches we reached the drop off point and the driver announced it was time for some “fun drinking games”. Which involved him pointing at two people, “You, you…go!”. When we were taken back to the city, we tried to find someone who we could speak to about a refund. Unfortunately, the bosses didn’t seem to be around that day or we had to speak to someone via email and they would get back to us. Hats off to everyone involved, they kept up the façade of looking confused when we pointed out some of the short comings. They must have plenty of practice.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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