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ABOUT BUFFALO BIKE TOURS

HELLO, TRAVELERS FAR AND WIDE!

Growing up in Buffalo, I never thought people would actually want to come and visit. During my childhood, the city lost thousands of jobs and suffered through harsh times. It was a tough place to be a young creative.

After graduating with a degree in film and video, I moved out to the Pacific Northwest. I worked for a few museums, started a nonprofit, and, when the cost of living became too high, I decided it was time to come back home.

BUFFALO TOURS…BY BIKE?

When I moved back to Buffalo, I was blown away by what I saw. There was a burgeoning bike community, a resurgent culture, world-class food, and some of the most endearing people anywhere. I became part of a small community of change makers working to pull the city up from its bootstraps.

In 2018, I started hosting free history tours by bike. I wrote songs, brought poems to read, shared jokes, and showed people some of my favorite places. Much to my surprise, it worked! More than 250+ people showed up, and they inspired me to think about how to grow bigger and better.

FOOD TOURS & BIKE RENTALS

In 2019, Buffalo Bike Tours added food tours and bike rentals to our offerings. We also worked to establish a kiosk at Canalside (now located at South Park & Michigan), where all tours leave from and return. Open May-October, our tours aim help you see, experience, and taste Buffalo…on two wheels.

What I love most about Buffalo Bike Tours is meeting people from around the world and sharing my city’s story. I invite you to visit Buffalo – and ride before it snows!
– Tour Guide Marc

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