Frequently Asked Questions

 1. When is it best to book my bike tour?

As soon as possible, we're a small owner run enterprise that cannot guarantee last minute availability.

2. How do I book and pay for my bike tour?

Contact us to confirm availability, then pay direct through our website. If you are a business there is also an option for payment by invoice.

3. Where is the meeting point?

On small group bike tours we meet and finish opposite Central Station outside Hotel Multatuli, 12 Prins Hendrikkade, Amsterdam.


On a customized bike tour we can meet at your hotel steps.

 4. When does the bike tour start?

Our small group bike tours start daily 10h and 13h Wednesday to Sunday, which you must book in advance by 24 hours before the tour begins.


Our customized  bike tours begin any day and time you want.

5. What if it rains?

On group tours we advise sensible clothing for the weather.


 On our customized tours we can find little cafes and pit stops along the way.

6. Will we be cycling for the whole duration of the tour?

We stop every 10-15 minutes to reveal the story of Amsterdam. 


On our group tours we stop for a refreshment break (cost not included), and on our customized tours, you decide, just let us know if you would like a stop included.

7. Can we bring children?

Let us know the age and riding ability of your kids and we will try to accommodate.

8. Is it safe to cycle in Amsterdam?

We care greatly about cycle safety. Your guide will ensure you understand the rules, plus take you on the quietest streets possible throughout the city.

9. Can I book a business event tour with Fine Cycling?

Yes, they are very popular as we create a bespoke cycle route and can help organise a fantastic choice of restaurant to finish at, many big names have joined us, from Netflix to Google.

10. What should I wear on a bike tour?

Dress how you feel most comfortable, you can cycle with high heels, a skirt or even in a suit. On your black city bike people will assume that you are local!

11. Do we have to wear face masks?

The rules in the Netherlands do not require a mask to be worn whilst cycling, or out in the city. On public transport it is necessary to wear one.

Any other questions that you don't see here, get in contact for more details.

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