Frequently Asked Questions

We meet you at Guy W Talbot State Park with our truck and trailer.

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We’ve hosted guests from 16 to 70. It’s an easy tour to adjust based on your ability. Expect to walk a couple miles in addition to riding the E-bike.

If you’re comfortable riding a bike you’ll be comfortable riding an E-Bike.

Must be 16+ (We have pedal bikes available for those under 16)

Self Guided – We provide maps, show you how to use the bike, and you ride the route. It’s easy and you’ll have the cell number of your host who is there to help should you need anything.

If rain is likely on your booking we will call a couple days prior and attempt to reschedule to a time that works for you. If we’re unable to reschedule and the tour is cancelled we will offer a refund. Guests can cancel with 48 hours notice for a full refund.

Pedaling is optional as are a few 5-10 minute hikes. It’s only exercise if you want it to be.

The route is a Scenic Byway, an official State of Oregon bike route shared with cars. Use hand signals for safety and wear the helmet provided. Read our reviews if you have more questions on this.

In 2.5 hours you can see each of the falls. If you want time to linger and do some short hikes do a half day. Stop and eat a picnic or enjoy the Multnomah falls restaurant and book for a full day.

Depending on the length of your rental a water bottle or some snacks can be a nice thing to bring. Comfortable clothes suitable for biking in the weather are a must. Bring a swimsuit if you want to go in.