Beach Bike Tours Treasure Island to St. Pete Beach
The round trip is about 5 miles.
Choose a one speed cruiser
Starting in Treasure Island and heading North? Toward Madeira Beach
Gator's has a great waterfront dining area.
There are about 100 shops and restaurants in John's Pass Village. Get some ice cream, play ski ball in the arcade, visit the winery, the brewery, buy some souvenirs, rent a jet ski, or reserve a parasailing trip. There is so much do to in the pass. Turn off your scooter while you're in the village to preserve your power.
About a mile up from John's Pass is Archibald Park. Parking is $2/hr but you don't have to worry about that. Just fold up your scooter and keep it with you. Just do your best to keep them out of the sand, so it can get you home.
You can lie in a hammock between the palm trees, or you can rent a chair and umbrella from the guys on the beach. Grab a Hawaiian Shave Ice from The Old Snack Shack. They have plenty of additional refreshments. Cool off with a dip in the Gulf. There are a couple of showers to rinse off the salt and sand, and restrooms too.
That's what the pier used to look like, before it recently collapsed. It's still pretty cool to check it out. Soak up some rays and hop back on your E Scooter.
If you didn't get something to eat at Gators, stop in the Conch Republic. The place is just great. The food is good and the prices are right.
Further north you will pass by Del Bello Park. It's on the bay. Take a break from the sand and sink your toes in the grass. There are a couple of pavilions and some exercise equipment. You can use it since your scooter has done all of the work for you. :) There are some great views of the bay, and a family of manatees is often spotted near the sandbar.
Indian Shores is about as far North as you will make it leaving you with 50% battery. If you want the motor to do the work, it's time to turn back South.
Starting in Treasure and heading South? Toward St. Pete Beach
Sunset Beach is at the southern end of Treasure Island. It's home to Caddy's on the Beach and Kai Tiki. Grab a bite or a beverage and relax on the beach for a bit. Then scoot over the bridge to St. Pete Beach.
Mastry's is the next stop. It's not far down the road from Sunset Beach. It's in an area called "Blind Pass," which is technically St. Pete Beach. Food trucks often pull up out front, so you can get something to eat, and sample a flight.
You can rent a chair and umbrella, get in a game of beach volleyball, or get some ice cream from Paradise Grill.
The Don Cesar is located in Pass-a-Grille. It's an amazing hotel. Scoot by or stop in to check it out.
Pass a Grille is a beautiful beach. About a mile long, it's at the end of St. Pete Beach. There are plenty of shops and restaurants, and of course, beautiful beaches. Scoot to the southern end and you can see Shell Key. Its a small island in the nature preserve. Sign up for a paddleboard or kayak tour with us, and we will take you to the private island. At a discount, of course, because you are a returning customer.
The pier is as far south as you can go. It's a great spot to catch some fish. You can sit on a bench and enjoy the views.
Located at Treasure Bay Resort & Marina. On the dock. Outside. Look for the standing paddleboard.