About Mike's Bike Tours Amsterdam

Often imitated, never duplicated…

Mike’s Bike Tours Amsterdam has been in operation for more than 20 years in this amazing city.  We have grown over the years to having 200 bikes and a lovely shop located in a genuine old Dutch East Indies Company warehouse that’s a national monument!! 

Located on the same street as Amsterdam’s central train station (Prins Hendrikkade 176, across the road from the Nemo Museum) our various city and countryside tours meet here all year round.  We also offer bike rentals and we have a large selection of bike accessories plus Amsterdam souvenirs.

Our guides are a mix of locals and people who have settled in Amsterdam over the years to make this amazing city their own and they are happy to spread the knowledge they have learned about Amsterdam over the years.

Mike’s Bike Tours Amsterdam offers a variety of both city and countryside bike tours in and around Amsterdam.  We have two countryside tours on offer at the moment.  One of which bikes south down the Amstel river into the countryside where some of the highlights include a couple of windmills and a visit to a cheese farm/clog factory.  Our Exclusive Countryside tour take smaller groups north of Amsterdam where we among other sites we bike through three villages and climb a +400 year old church tower for a great view of the surrounding countryside.

In addition, we offer both two and three hour bike tours of Amsterdam where we’ll show you highlights such as the canal belt, wooden draw bridges, houseboats, bike filled street (and canals), the Jordaan district, the Red Light district and many more.

For all our bike tours dates, times and prices be sure to check out each of them on this webpage so you can plan your trip to Amsterdam accordingly.

Mike’s Bike Tours Amsterdam also offers private tours upon request for people looking for a more personalized experience.

Biking in Amsterdam is far and away the best way to see the city of Amsterdam.  You can cover more ground than walking through town and see so much more of Amsterdam so when you come to Amsterdam be sure to check us out for all your bike tour and bike rental needs.

We are open all year round, but we do close December 24th – 26th, January 1st, and April 27th (Kings Day, the national holiday)