The Thing To Do in Knoxville or Pigeon Forge
Once you have decided to take a trip on the Tennessee Party bike, you need to make a reservation. It helps to have an idea of what you want to do in Knoxville or the kind of Pigeon Forge fun that you would like to spend your day pedaling towards so we can help you iron out details when you call.
What to do in Knoxville
In Knoxville, your best options for having a fun filled night on the Tennessee Party Bike are a progressive dinner or a pub crawl tour. We suggest bars and restaurants in the Old City or on Market Square /Gay Street. There are many options and places to stop in the downtown vicinity and you are sure to have a blast pedaling your way around Knoxville. More Info about Knoxville Party Bike Tours
What to do in Pigeon Forge
In Pigeon Forge, you have several options for booking your tour on the Tennessee Party Bike. Would you like an interesting way to wine and dine? Try planning several stops starting with appetizers, then progressing to the next location for the main course, then onto another for desserts and after dinner drinks. Looking for a little more excitement? Plan an afternoon action tour. You can make your way around the fast tracks on go-carts then make your way down to bungee jumping, then take a trip through Wonderworks. This is the best way to take in all the excitement in Pigeon Forge first hand. More about Pigeon Forge Party Bike Tours
All reservations booked are considered tentative until you receive an email confirmation or phone call that your tour has been booked and credit card charged or payment received. All tours require a 2-hour reservation minimum. at least 24 hours prior to the tour. All members of your tour party need to arrive 25-30 minutes prior to tour start time. All members of your tour party must have their Liability/Release Waivers signed regardless of tour, route, or location. When bars/pubs/breweries/wineries are to be visited, all party members MUST have valid I.D! Tour is reserved only upon payment in full, no partial payments accepted.
Download the LiabilityWaiver and Behavior Agreement
Inappropriate Behavior – will result in early termination of your tour and a $250 penalty, which will be charged to the credit card on file.
Examples include, but are not limited to:
- Extreme intoxication
- Excessive noise
- Providing alcohol to non-passengers – this is illegal and will also result in a date with a uniform and some metal bars, so please, do not do it!
- Littering – also a healthy fine in our beautiful state
- Public urination – also again against the law!
- Throwing anything off the bike at people, cars, or bikes.
Pedal Party Bike damage penalty – cost of repair.
*Please plan ahead, enjoy yourself responsibly. If you have been drinking on our bike, you need to have made arrangements for transportation when the tour ends!*