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Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour

Maumee, US
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Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour

Maumee, US
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Discover the hidden gems of Toledo with the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour. Immerse yourself in nearly 100 miles of breathtaking bike trails and pathways as you explore the stunning natural beauty of the area. From the expansive Oak Openings Preserve with its diverse habitats and rare flora, to the historic Fallen Timbers Battlefield where you can pay homage to the soldiers and American Indians who fought in the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this tour has it all. Locals are astounded by the amazing experiences right in their own backyard. Join the adventure and embark on a 180-minute journey through the heart of Toledo's finest landscapes. Meeting at the Shops at Fallen Timbers, you'll be guided by knowledgeable experts who will ensure an unforgettable experience. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to discover the wonders of Toledo on an ebike tour.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-8 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Self Guided Experience
  • Explore nearly 100 miles of bike trails
  • Experience breathtakingly beautiful scenery
  • Visit the largest Metropark in the area
  • Learn about the historic Fallen Timbers Battlefield
  • Discover the diverse natural habitats of Oak Openings Preserve
  • Helmet
  • Pedego E-bike

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Introduction

Discover the hidden gem of Toledo with the thrilling Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour. This exciting tour takes you on a journey through nearly 100 miles of bike trails and pathways in the area, offering a safe and breathtakingly beautiful experience. Locals are often surprised to find such an amazing adventure right in their own backyard. Get ready to explore the stunning natural landscapes and historical landmarks that make Toledo truly unique.

What to expect?

The Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour promises an unforgettable experience filled with scenic beauty and historical significance. Over the course of 180 minutes, you'll embark on a thrilling journey through the region's most stunning bike trails, allowing you to immerse yourself in breathtaking natural surroundings. Along the way, you'll have the chance to visit Oak Openings Preserve, a 5,000-acre park featuring diverse habitats ranging from oak savannas to wetlands. This expansive preserve is known for its unique flora, including prickly-pear cactus and orchids thriving in low, wet swales. You'll also explore the Fallen Timbers Battlefield, where you can pay tribute to the soldiers and American Indians who lost their lives during the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794.

Who is this for?

The Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour is perfect for adventurers of all ages and fitness levels. Whether you're a nature enthusiast eager to explore the region's natural beauty or a history buff interested in learning about the area's historical significance, this tour is designed for you. The tour caters to both locals looking to uncover hidden gems in their own backyard and tourists seeking an authentic and immersive Toledo experience. Families, friends, or solo travelers can all find enjoyment in this thrilling and educational adventure.

Why book this?

Embark on the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour and discover a side of Toledo rarely seen by visitors. This tour offers a unique way to experience the area's natural landscapes and historical landmarks. Riding an ebike adds an element of excitement and allows you to cover more ground, ensuring you can see and explore as much as possible. The knowledgeable guides provide fascinating insights and stories that bring the history and natural wonders to life. Whether you're a nature lover, history enthusiast, or simply looking for a fun and memorable experience, the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour is a must-book adventure.

Good to know

When booking the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour, remember to wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes suitable for biking. The tour starts and ends on Main Street in the Shops at Fallen Timbers, conveniently accessible for participants. It's recommended to bring a water bottle and sunscreen, as you'll be spending plenty of time outdoors. Don't forget your camera to capture the stunning natural landscapes and historic sites. The tour duration is 180 minutes, providing ample time to fully immerse yourself in Toledo's hidden treasures.

Reviews

Participants who have embarked on the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour rave about the incredible experience it offers. Travelers have praised the beautiful bike trails, highlighting the variety of scenery and the chance to explore parks like Oak Openings Preserve. Visitors also appreciate the informative and engaging guides who share fascinating stories about the area's history. The combination of nature, history, and adventure make this tour a favorite among both locals and tourists. Many reviewers recommend the Wabash Cannonball Ebike Tour as a fantastic way to discover Toledo's hidden gems and create unforgettable memories.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Oak Openings Preserve

Located between Whitehouse and Swanton, Oak Openings Preserve takes its name from the surrounding region, which is 23 times larger than the park itself. Still, at 5,000 acres, Oak Openings Preserve is the largest of the Metroparks -- by far. The natural habitats in the park range from oak savanna to wetlands to vegetated sand. The Nature Conservancy once named the sandy region one of the 200 “Last Great Places on Earth.” Prickly-pear cactus, wild lupine and sand cherry bloom atop dry, hot dunes just yards away from orchids thriving in low, wet swales.

Fallen Timbers Battlefield

See monuments honoring Maj. Gen. Anthony Wayne and the soldiers and American Indians who died in 1794 during the Battle of Fallen Timbers, the final battle of the Northwest Indian Wars. A National Historic Landmark, this park is located near the Maumee River.

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