What To Expect
Our first stop is at a pod of carts located just across the river at 12th and Hawthorne. Not only is this pod the first food cart pod to appear in Portland, but it is consistently popular, having such great carts as Wiffies, Potato Champion and La Perriera Creperie.
Our second stop takes us further east through the lovely sunny side neighborhood on to Good Food Here, a food cart pod somewhat off the beaten path. Favorites here include Fifty Licks Ice Cream, the Fishbox, Viking Soul Food and The Honey Pot.
The next pod stop includes a hidden favorite just outside of the scenic Laurelhurst neighborhood. We will then cross the Willamette River once more and wind our way into the heart of downtown for a stop at the biggest food cart pod in town at 10th and Alder. With forty or more carts to choose from, we're sure you'll find something you like here!
We'll return with a mostly downhill ride of less than a mile for the conclusion of our tour. Don't worry, with over 600 food carts to choose from, there's plenty more to try!
Bicycle and helmet
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Children will not be classified based on their age, but whether or not they can ride a child-sized bike or an adult-sized bike. Generally, children who are 4' 6" or below will need a child bike. This also applies to any child who will need to ride in a trailer or trail-a-bike.
Trailers and trail-a-bikes are available for infants upon request for an added supplement. Rentals are subject to availability.
We do not allow the use of our tandem bikes on tour, no exceptions. Guests are welcome to rent the tandem after a tour.
We recommend that you wear comfortable active wear. Additional things you many want to bring: gloves, water bottle, snacks, rain gear, shades, sun block.
Tour operates rain or shine. Rain gear is available.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.