We opened Pedego Richmond to provide another unusual and exciting way for our customers to experience RVA. From the Virginia Capital Bike Trail which starts in Richmond and extends 50 miles to Jamestown, to all the exciting venues to ride such as Maymont, Hollywood Cemetery and Carytown and all the new and exciting bike trails RVA has to offer, Pedego electric bikes are, without question, a perfect fit.
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Explore and discover all RVA has to offer on your own! Go as far or as long as you want, exercising as much or as little as you want, with no fear of getting tired.
What an incredible way to see Richmond! My boyfriend and I took the bikes on a 50 mile ride to Shirley Plantation- an adventure only possible with an electric boost. Buck and his team took amazing care of us and gave great recommendations!
My wife and our best friends and I had our first experience today and it was phenomenal! So much fun and even though I had a minor accident, they made me feel great and treated us incredibly well. I will be recommending them to many many people from here on out.
I want to do this again with family it is just too much fun. I am seriously considering buying a Pedego at this point.
Delightful ride from downtown Richmond to Berkeley Plantation via the Colonial Trail. Great experience nice box lunch and tour of The Plantation all included. Bike was impressive. Folks at Segway of Richmond think of everything. Plan to do it again soon.
Buck, Grace, and the other friendly staff members welcomed us with open arms, which made our Saturday morning ride all the more pleasurable. Our tour guide Grace was very knowledgeable about historic locations along our way, and was as patient as her name suggests. I am so glad to have had the opportunity to spend my morning on a Pedego RVA electric bike tour! We look forward to going on all the tours and everything else offered. Thanks!
Bike easily and enjoyably 28 miles to Berkeley Plantation History Tour on the Virginia Capital Trail and see rural Virginia like you never have before on an electric bike. Berkeley is one of the oldest plantations in the country and home to 2 U.S. Presidents, Benjamin Harrison and William Henry Harrison. The Harrisons’ former home and grounds is today a stunning example of what life was like in the 1700s. Surrounded by magnificent gardens, and scenery and perched on the James River, Berkeley is the sight of the very first Thanksgiving in America in 1619. House tour and box lunch is included. Van transportation for customers and bikes back to the starting point is also included.
With lots of hills and some of the most beautiful foliage and trees the city has to offer, a Pedego electric bike tour is a wonderful way to see and experience Hollywood Cemetery regardless of age or fitness level. Hollywood is the second most visited cemetery in the country behind Arlington. Two U.S. Presidents are buried here along with many notables including Jefferson Davis and his family, J.E.B. Stuart, George Pickett and his wife, Lewis Ginter, Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell, and many other characters of historical importance, intrigue and even Titantic gossip. Hollywood offers some of the most breathtaking views of the James River and downtown RVA.
20 miles out and back on the beautiful Virginia Capital Bike Trail, experience the James River, foliage and rural Virginia like you have never before on an electric bike. Regardless of your fitness level, this electric bike tour eliminates all fear of range anxiety pedaling as much or as little as you want. Halfway through this tour, experience lunch on our dime at Ronnie’s BBQ right on the trail, and his famous hickory smoked BBQ.
25 miles to Shirley Plantation on the beautiful Virginia Capital Trail and see rural Virginia like you never have before on an electric bike. Shirley is second oldest plantation in the country built by the Carter family in 1620. Through 11 generations, the Carters have farmed the land and today is the oldest family run company in America. Tour includes wine tasting at Upper Shirley. Van transportation is provided for customers and their bikes back to the starting point.
Climb to the oldest part of the city and up the hills to Church Hill with ease on an electric bike. See St .Johns Church, built in 1743, where Patrick Henry gave his famous ‘give me liberty or give me death’ speech, the gorgeous pre-Civil War homes that include a plethora of ironworks fencing, second only to New Orleans; Libby Hill, where the city was named including spectacular views of the river and the city. And much more!
Monument Avenue is the only street in the country designated a historic landmark and includes some of the most beautiful homes in the city. See and learn the stories behind all the monuments, gorgeous homes and unusual architecture. See the largest neighborhood and example of Victorian homes in America.
Also one of the oldest and most historic parts of the city, Jackson Ward was the epicenter of African American entrepreneurship and jazz during the 20th century. See the Hippodrome where all the jazz greats played during the 1940s and 50s; the home of Maggie Walker- the first black female bank president in America, the statue of Bojangles, who starred with Shirley Temple but was originally discovered in Richmond while waiting on tables at the Jefferson Hotel. Learn about Oliver Hill and the Civil Rights movement which began in Richmond and successfully ended with the landmark Civil Rights legislation of 1964. And much more!