Limo Cycle is so excited to now cover all of Central Florida, from Daytona Beach to the Orlando area and now the Space Coast.
Sanford, FL (PRWEB) September 09, 2015
Limo Cycle Tours is expanding its pedal-powered tour operations to Brevard County at Port Canaveral, FL. Both public and private tours will be available starting next month. Tours on the 15 passenger pedal bus will take participants through The Cove and along the water to Jetty Park. All tours will include free admission to the Exploration Tower; with observation decks, interactive exhibits and a cafe. Port Canaveral is home base to several cruise ship lines and is located just 10 minutes east of Cocoa Beach.
Multiple tour options will be available including Limo Cycle’s newest escape adventure game, The Pirate’s Treasure. Other options include a cruise ship bon voyage party and a more traditional pub tour with stops at local bars and restaurants. Guests can even add a tour of Parker Brothers Concepts where participants can see amazing creations and watch as the crew works on new custom vehicles.
“Limo Cycle is so excited to now cover all of Central Florida, from Daytona Beach to the Orlando area and now the Space Coast,” said Steve Tishman, Managing Partner at Limo Cycle. “Port Canaveral’s central location in Brevard County and its proximity to Cocoa Beach will allow us to offer our “one of a kind” and fun tours to cruise ship passengers, local tourists and residents. Our Pirate’s Treasure Escape Adventure will be Brevard’s first escape room game!”
Limo Cycle Tours is an award winning attraction in Central Florida and boasts a five-star rating across all social media platforms.
About Limo Cycle:
Limo Cycle Florida, LLC owns and operates the only pedal-powered tour bus in Sanford, FL and Daytona Beach, FL. We offer a variety of team-building and celebratory tours catering to corporations, tourists and locals. Our Limo Cycle’s are available for private rentals and public tours.
The mega cycle industry began in the Netherlands almost two-decades ago as a way to promote local taverns. Brought to the United States in the late 1990’s, the concept has spread rapidly throughout the United States.