What’s a Bicycle Ghost Tour?
We ride around Provo stopping at various haunted locations around the city. At each location, your tour guide will tell you a story that actually happened at that spot. You get to learn more about an old city and are sure to be a little frightened in the process.
We ride at a very leisurely pace, think walking speed, so they are perfect for anyone no matter your bike or fitness level.
Provo Bike Month Ghost Tour Begins In:
The Meeting Point
This tour will begin and end at Memorial Park. Click here to be taken to a Google Map that will help you get here.
Tour Start Point
Got Questions? Here are answers to the most common ones.
How long does the tour take?
- The Provo Bike Month Ghost Tour lasts about 1.5-2 hours.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
- Yes. After you buy a ticket you will be sent a confirmation email with a link in it to sign a waiver. You must sign this waiver to come on the tour.
Do you provide the bike?
- We do not provide bicycles. You will need to bring your own.
How fast will we be going?
- We want everyone to enjoy their experience and not get left behind so we ride at a low speed. So feel free to bring that beach cruiser and know it’ll be a pleasant ride.
But really. How hard is this going to be?
- That is all dependent on you. If you just woke up from a six-month coma it’ll probably be too strenuous. If you can walk up two flights of stairs without fainting then you are fit enough for this ride.
What should I bring?
- Great question! A bike is not provided with admission so please bring your own. We also recommend bringing lights and a water bottle but these are not mandatory.
So how scary is this tour anyway?
- Don’t worry, there won’t be anyone jumping out of any bushes dressed as a zombie. The frights come from the historically accurate stories that you will hear at various haunted locations. This is more of a fun scary than a, you won’t be able to sleep that night, scary.
What should I wear?
- The only thing that we really stress wearing is closed-toe shoes. Wearing flip-flops or sandals is never a great idea when riding a bike. However, you can ride the tour wearing any footwear you’d like.
What happens if my bike breaks down?
- While we normally provide mechanical support during our tours we expect a very large group for this bike month ride. Unfortuantely, that means if you have mechanical issues we will be unable to assist you.
Do I need to wear a helmet?
- Wearing a helmet is not mandatory and none of our tour guides wear helmets during the ride. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing a helmet please do because it can only help.
Where does the tour start and end?
- We start and end at the same spot by riding a loop. Please see above for a map and address of where we meet.
What is your refund policy?
- All the tickets are non-refundable.