Fun & Recreation
Drink in the sights of picturesque Alamitos Bay by riding a water bike, courtesy of Long Beach Waterbikes. The stable, pedal-powered water bicycle cruises at speeds of up to 7 miles per hour. There's virtually no risk of capsizing, so you can wear anything from a bathing suit to a business suit!
Glow as you glide through Alamitos Bay at night. We light up the Hydrobikes with the brightest LEDs for a one-of-a-kind experience.
We had such a fun day out on the water thanks to Melissa and her awesome staff!... I cannot recommend this place enough! They were so accommodating and even allowed our dog to come out with us :) The best part about the bike is that you can make it as little or as much of a workout as you want!... We will definitely be coming back! - Courtney R., YELP
Such an amazing time! Biked the canal and enjoyed the beautiful lights. Would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a unique, fun, memorable experience! Staff extremely friendly and helpful! Will be back! - Lindsey H., YELP
Long Beach Water Bikes is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the bay and Napals canal. I can't say enough good things about this place!! Bike along leisurely, or put the pedal to the h20 and get that heart rate up! Trust me, you're gonna love it. And you get wet if you want to :-) - Kate J., YELP
110 N. Marina Drive
Long Beach CA 90803
Each ticket admits one person for a one hour rental.
Children are welcome to ride as long as they can reach the pedals.
Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Must be under 250 pounds to ride.
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