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3.75 Hours
Availability : All days
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 7
Tour Details


6:15am – 10am

In town the weekend?

Check out our special event: The Midnight Bicycle Ride!


Rs 1,800 per person

Rs 8,000 private tour (up to 5 people)

Larger private groups can be arranged upon request

Group Size

Minimum: 2 people

Maximum: 5 people

(For larger groups, please get in touch)

Experience Mumbai in the calm and cool of the early morning.

Sleeping bodies dot the pathways, devotees perform their morning puja (prayer), and early birds head out for a jog before the heat of the day arrives. This is Mumbai as you have never seen it before: calm and peaceful.

While the rest of the city is only just beginning to wake up, we take advantage of the empty streets and cool air to explore South Mumbai by cycle. As we wind our way through the back lanes, we’ll visit must-see Mumbai sights like the Gateway of India and CST Station as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and Bombay Panjrapole (cow sanctuary).

At the end of the tour, we’ll stop for a well-deserved South Indian breakfast of dosa, idli, upma, and much more.


Gateway of India

Drawing on Hindu and Islamic architectural styles, the Gateway of India sits on the waterfront of southern Mumbai, and since 1924 was the first thing visitors to the city would see when arriving by boat.

CST Station

See the famous facade of one of the busiest railway stations in the country. Gaze up at the station’s Victorian Gothic architecture as you learn about Mumbai’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Crawford Market

One of the city’s largest wholesale fruit, vegetable, and meat market— and the first building in India to get electricity!

Bombay Panjrapole

Visit a sanctuary for the welfare of more than 350 cows nestled away in the heart of the city. The cow is considered sacred by Hindus, and to increase their karma, people will come to the shelter to feed the cows.

Mumbadevi Temple

This is the historical Hindu temple that Mumbai was named after! We’ll take a break from our bikes and have a look inside.

Marine Drive

Cycle 3km along the Arabian Sea on the Marine Drive promenade. Typically packed with friends and couples in the evenings, Marine Drive is empty in the morning and just waiting to be cycled!

Sassoon Dock

Built by David Sassoon, this dock is the main fish loading and trading center in South Mumbai. The people working here are Kolis, the original inhabitants of Mumbai, represent the city’s original culture.

Meeting Point

Cusrow Baug, Colaba Causeway

A guide will meet you at the entrance to Cusrow Baug on Colaba Causeway to pick up your bicycle. The tour will finish in the same place after a typical Indian breakfast.

Cusrow Baug is on Apollo Bandar Road, nearby RUOSH Colaba and Cafe Churchill. (Photos: One)

End Point

Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba


6:15 – 10 am


Cycling in Mumbai!? Is it safe?

Yes! Safety is our number one priority and we take several precautions to ensure safety. First, we leave early in the morning while the streets are calm and the weather is cool. Second, we provide helmets for everyone. Finally, we have a second guide who rides in the back of the group with the sole task of keeping an eye on everyone.

Are the bicycles and helmets included?

Yes, both bicycles and the helmet are included in the tour price. While helmets are not compulsory in India, you can request a helmet either when you sign up or on the day of the tour.

Why is it so early?

We leave early to avoid traffic and the heat of the day. Trust us, this is the absolute best time to see Mumbai by bicycle and it is well worth the early wake up call!

What will we see?

Our bicycle tour is a fantastic orientation to south Mumbai. We will visit must-see sights like the Gateway of India, Marine Lines, CST Station, and Mumbadevi Temple as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and a cow sanctuary.

What should I wear?

Clothing you would wear for exercise is ideal, but not necessary. Depending on the season, it can be chilly at the beginning of tour. Our recommendation is to dress in layers and wear comfortable clothes.

What do I need to bring?

Everything including snacks and drinks will be provided. Don’t forget your camera! There is a back rack on the cycles to hold the water bottle provided. We recommend a small backpack should you want to bring anything else.

Is it appropriate to bring small children on the tour?

The tour involves quite a bit a cycling so it would be difficult to manage if children aren’t strong riders. That said, smaller bicycles are available for children. We can’t, however, provide child seats.

How far do we ride?

In total we cycle 14km (about 9 miles) but that is spread over 3 hours and punctuated by frequent stops for drinks, visiting sights, and some food. In general, the difficulty is very low and doesn’t require participants to be in exceptional shape.

How many people can go on a private tour?

A private tour is for up to 6 people.

Do you provide private tours for large groups?

Absolutely! We regularly work with several schools and travel groups and provide them private tours for their groups. It’s always one of the highlights of their India trip! Please get in touch if you are the organizer of a group visit: info@realitytoursandtravel.com

Is the breakfast at the end of tour included?

Yes! At the end of the tour we stop at a local cafe where you get to try a typical South Indian breakfast (dosa, idli, etc). All part of the price of the tour.

What types of bike do you use?

We use reputable brands such as Hero, which is widely used in India. They are fixed gear models for easier riding and maintenance. The terrain is flat so gears and experience are not required! The bikes are adjustable but we can also provide larger or smaller bikes as required.

What if I have an issue with my bike?

We fully maintain our bikes and they are checked before every tour. Issues are rare but we have a kit for quick repairs such as punctures and our second guide will offer their bike to ensure the tour keeps moving. We can also replace any bike without much delay if necessary.

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Victoria M, TripAdvisor

Solo Traveller

I did the bike tour on my first morning in Mumbai, thinking it would help me acclimate to the city a bit. It ended up being an amazing tour (not just an acclimatization experience) and I highly recommend! The tour guides were so patient (and I had a couple of ‘interesting’ folks part of the tour). We got to see some of the big things, but a few hidden gems as well, that I would have never knew existed. A nice breakfast after the ride was just perfect! Total bike was 12ish KM, and at a very slow pace. Definitely recommended!

December 26, 2019

Bronwyn S, TripAdvisor

Group Traveller

Went on the Mumbai bike tour this morning with Javed and Vishal. The bikes were all in good working order and Javed and Vishal did a great job of navigating the streets and traffic in safety for our group of 5. They shared lots of local information and made our tour an amazing experience. Thoroughly recommend this tour!

February 17, 2019


Couple Traveller

I had arrived in Mumbai less than 24 hours before going on this tour, and I couldn’t have felt more at ease. It was a very accessible way to see a number of wonderful sites in a short period of time. Our guide was incredible, he was eager to please and very charming.

October 18, 2017