Barbados Ebike Tours

Bridgetown Tour

Bridgetown Tour - Experience Barbados Culture!

Experience the beauty of Barbados on a Bridgetown Tour! Our eco-friendly Ebikes allow you to explore the breathtaking sights of Bridgetown while learning about the local culture, history and traditions. Our magnificent Lead Tour Guide will take you to some of the most iconic landmarks in the city, including the Parliament Buildings and the National Heroes Square. Let us show you a side of Barbados you’ve never seen before on an enjoyable and informative 3-hour tour followed by an optional Bajan dining experience at Chattel Kitchen Bar House!

Barbados culture and Great Food…and 100% sustainable!

Tour Starts Here : Main Event Complex

Rider Level: Intermediate and Up

Price: $99 USD

Our tour will take you to some of the most popular attractions in Bridgetown. From the Blackwoods Screwdocks to St. Michael’s Cathedral and even Cheapside, you will get to experience the beauty and history of Barbados. Our tour guide is full of knowledge and will be able to answer any questions you may have about the sites you will be visiting. So come along and experience the vibrant culture of Barbados with the Bridgetown Tour!

First a brief introduction and safety review and we’ll be off…Dippin’ into the history and culture of Barbados while making stops along the way. You decide how long you spend at each stop!

At the end of the tour, you have the option to head back to Chattel Kitchen Bar House where the restaurant owner, Jamal will welcome you for a spectacular dining experience.

Sites Along the Way

Blackwoods Screwdocks: A historic port and shipyard in Bridgetown, Barbados, named after the owner of the land, Thomas Blackwood. It has been used for ship repairs and maintenance since the 17th century and is one of the island’s most important industrial sites.

National Heroes Square: A public square in Bridgetown that honors the famous figures of Barbadian history, including national heroes, politicians, and cultural figures. Many important buildings and monuments surround it, including the Parliament Buildings and the Independence Arch.

Parliament Buildings: The home of the Barbadian parliament located in the heart of Bridgetown. It is a historic building that was constructed in 1870 and is considered one of the most important political buildings in the Caribbean.

Independence Arch: A monument in Bridgetown erected in 1986 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Barbados’ independence from Britain. The arch stands at the entrance to National Heroes Square and is a popular tourist destination.

The Nidhe Israel Synagogue: A historic synagogue in Bridgetown that dates back to the 17th century. It is the oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere and is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Barbados’ Jewish community.

St. Mary’s Church: A historic Anglican church in Bridgetown built in the early 19th century. The church is an important place of worship for the people of Barbados and is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history.

St. Michael’s Cathedral: A Roman Catholic cathedral in Bridgetown built in the 19th century. The cathedral is an important place of worship for the people of Barbados and is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history.

Queen’s Park House: A historic building in Bridgetown that was once used as a residence for the British governor of Barbados. Today, it serves as a cultural center and hosts exhibitions, concerts, and other events.

Cheapside: A bustling street market in Bridgetown known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse selection of goods. The market is a popular destination for locals and tourists, who browse the stalls, sample local food, and soak up the local culture.

Chamberlain Bridge: A historic and important structure in Bridgetown, spanning the Careenage waterway and provides a crucial link between the southern and northern regions of the city.

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Meet Your Tour Guide:
Amil Dixon

Amil is the lead tour guide and manager for Captain Larry’s EBikes. As a fourth generation Barbadian, his passion for the tourism industry comes as no surprise. He considers himself a “local local”.

Having spent 9 years in the hospitality industry, Amil knows the island like the back of his hand and knows how to bring Barbadian culture to life. If you’re looking for the good trails and best views, he can point you in the right direction.

His favorite spot is the island’s east coast and his favorite thing about it was the warm, welcoming people.

Tips for Riding Safely

There are a few tips for all riders to follow to help ensure a safe ride:

Ride in the same direction as traffic.

Follow all traffic signs and signals.

Yield to pedestrians.

Walk bikes on sidewalks.

Use hand signals when turning, and do not to weave in and out of traffic.

Never ride distracted. Wearing headphones in both ears is never a good idea.

Please do not use your phone while riding.

Tour Includes:

Premium Ebike

Usage of Bike Helmet and Bike Lock 

Quick Training on How to Operate the Ebike 

Travel Tips and Adventure Suggestions

Rider Level – Intermediate and Up

What to Bring

Eyewear (sun shades)

Enclosed Footwear (required)


Camera & Phone


Payment terms: Credit Card payments only. May cancel 48hrs prior with no fee. Each rider in the rental party must demonstrate confident and capable riding prior to departure. Each rider must sign a waiver, and wear closed shoes (no sandals, flip flops, or clogs), and wear a helmet (provided). A damage deposit is required.

Cancellation policy:

To receive a full refund, you must contact us directly through email or phone 48 hours prior to your rental or tour start time. Any time after that we will charge 100% (no refund is given). We have a limited number of EBIKES available, we hope you understand. Please contact ASAP if you are going to cancel. If you want to reschedule, you must do so within 48 hours of the start time of your rental or tour. Anytime after that, $25 USD (per person) will be charged to your account.  We cannot provide a refund for no shows.