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Contact Info

Once a deposit has been made to reserve a specific tour date I will provide you with my cell phone number.

Meeting Point

The meeting point (except for the tours listed below) is #103 rue d'Aboukir in Paris where we'll meet for you to get your rental bikes. The nearest métro station to here is Strasbourg Saint-Denis (served by métro lines 4, 8 and 9) and if arriving at this métro station you'll want to exit the métro station at sortie (exit) #5, rue Saint-Denis. The métro station Sentier (served by métro line 3) is also nearby. Once you provide me with the address of where you're staying in Paris I will give you the appropriate métro instructions.

Meeting Point for the ''3 Hour Marne River and Bois de Vincennes Tour'', ''The Marne River Tour'' and the ''3 Hour Paris's Nearby Countryside Tour''

For these 3 tours we will meet in my town of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (located in a suburb just outside of Paris) at the RER A train station called Le Parc de Saint-Maur. Tour participants will be given directions/instructions to take the métro/RER from wherever they are staying to Saint-Maur-des-Fossés.

Bikes and Equipment

If you click on the link below you can see a photo and get the specs for the bikes you'll be riding on your tour:

For shorter riders/kids the touring bikes may be too large and if that is the case then you will be riding mountain bikes suitably sized for shorter riders.

Each rider will be provided with a helmet (if desired) and each bike will have a water bottle rack and water bottle as well as a small saddle bag on the handlebars to store small personal items (cell phone, camera, wallet, etc.). At least one bike per tour group will also be equipped with saddle bags on the rear rack to store larger items (jackets, clothing and your picnic lunch supplies). If there is the possibility of precipitation on our tour date then lightweight rain ponchos will also be provided (sufficient for light rain).

Food / Lunch

For our tours (with the exception of the 3 Hour Tours) we'll stop somewhere along our journey for a picnic lunch (tour participants pay for their own picnic lunch supplies). To purchase picnic lunch supplies we usually stop at a boulangerie (bakery store) to buy sandwiches, quiche, pizza (or whatever lunch items are on offer) as well as pastries/snacks and drinks. Depending on the tour there is usually the option to buy picnic lunch items in a supermarket if items on offer in a boulangerie are not your desired food choices. For those who have special dietary requirements it is recommended to bring your own food items as there is no guarantee that you'll be able to find/purchase such items on our tour.

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