Assemble your crew to pedal your way through that hangover with our Downtown Memphis Brunch Tour.  Enjoy delicious and discounted brunch and drinks at Bardog Tavern as well as Mimosas, Bloody’s, Breakfast shots & more with Sprock n’ Roll Party Bikes in Downtown, Memphis. Still have questions? check out our FAQ page!

How does it work?

Our Memphis brunch tour begins and ends at Tin Roof located at 315 Beale Street.  BYOB, but remember, no glass.  This ride will be 2 hours in length and your stops will be as follows…

Stop 1:  Bardog Tavern (Brunch)

Stop 2:  Blind Bear Speakeasy (Drinks)

This tour runs Saturday and Sunday mornings beginning at 10:45 am.


You buy the entire bike, which can accommodate 6 – 16 people. Split these prices up by how many riders you have and you will get your per person pricing.

  • $345

Your food, beverages, and tip are not included in this price.  A tip of 20% will automatically be added to parties of more than 6.

Bar Partners

Take 20% Off Prices

$9.99 Pancakes & Eggs

$9.99 Three-Egg Omelette

$8.99 French Toast

$19.99 Classic Steak & Eggs

$16.99 Lobster Sandwich

$4 Bloody, Screw Driver, Cape Cod and Mimosa

$3 Mimosa & Bloody Marys

$3 American Born Moonshine $ Fireball

$8 The Flapper

$8 Breakfast Shot

$15 Sparkling Mimosa (Bottle of Champs & OJ)

$3 Mimosa

$5 Bloody Mary

Full Bar Drink Menu


What To Bring?

NO GLASS, NO EXCEPTIONS! The City of Memphis prohibits glass on these bikes.

Bring anything you’d like to eat or drink. Beer, boxed wine, cider and liquor are all permitted. Sprock n’ Roll will provide cups as the City requires all alcohol be in a cup.

Definitely bring some food! Even though you’ll be stopping at local bars and restaurants, you won’t want to waste your tour time sitting down for a meal or app.

Bring cash! You will want to tip your awesome driver as well as the bartenders that serve you at each stop. A 20% tip is customary for our guides.

And, don’t forget to bring your photo ID.

What About The Weather?

We run rain or shine as we can dress according to the weather. Some of the most fun tours we’ve had were during thunderstorms. The roof of the bikes provides a great canopy and shelter from the rain. (We do reserve the right to cancel tours due to dangerous weather, i.e. hail, lightning.)

What To Wear

The key word for the vehicle is CASUAL. High heels are not the best idea and can hinder your pedaling capabilities. Comfortable clothes you don’t mind getting a little sweaty in are perfect.  We do not suggest jeans in the summer!

If it’s cool, wear layers.

Who Is In Charge?

We provide the driver for all tours. His or her decisions are final. Unruly passengers may be asked to leave.

You decide when and where we stop. Each stop is about 20 minutes long.

Waiver Form

Download and print a Passenger Release and Liability Waiver (.pdf) here