Welcome to Lake Geneva Scooter Tours & Rentals

Rent one from $59/Hour

The highlight of our trip! Scooter Tour was amazing! Soooooo much fun! Touring the Rustic Roads!

Pickup Location Map

Pickup available at the Grand Geneva's Mountain Top Ski Area - 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, WI 53147. Follow the signs past the resort to the Mountain Top.

Tour Map

The Lake Geneva Scooter Tour takes you through our very favorite hand-picked scooter roads to view the area's best scenery with a few historical stops in between.... And the best part is, all you have to do is follow your friendly tour guide and enjoy the ride.

November 2019

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Lake Geneva's famous Scooter Tours and Rentals are now in our 10th year of business and we have upgraded our program to serve you better! Our new location is at the Grand Geneva's Mountain Top Ski Area where we now have a huge parking lot to practice on and get fully acclimated to your scooter before you leave the resort. Then the first road you ride on is a beautiful, quite country road with very little traffic so your first few miles are very easy. This change has greatly improved the learning curve for our first time riders and has made the whole experience very comfortable. Before you leave we provide you with a full orientation of the operation of your scooter and train you to ride. Our trainer makes 100% sure you are ready before you leave the parking lot. Our scooters are very lightweight, fully automatic and have a very low seat height which makes them VERY easy to ride. If you can ride a bicycle, you can ride a scooter. We also provide you with maps of our favorite 'Scooter Friendly' roads in the beautiful Geneva Lakes' area to add to your experience. Please feel free to call or text us at 262-684-3523 with any questions you may have.

How about one of our Guided Scooter Tours? This option is perfect for those that just want to sit back and enjoy the scenery in a safe and organized manner. The tour starts on easy back country roads then circles Geneva Lake on our very favorite route lead by one of our friendly guides. The tour is roughly 2.5 to 3 hours with a few stops in between to stretch your legs. This is a perfect option for family outings, team building or just a leisurely ride with friends.

Did you know the city of Lake Geneva permits these mopeds to be parked on the sidewalk for FREE! That's right, when you get into Lake Geneva and want to check out the city you can simply park your scooter on the sidewalk and not worry about finding a spot or paying the meters.

Most of our scooters have a weight restriction of 230lbs however we do have some that can accommodate higher weight capacities. Please call or text us directly for more info.

Have a motorcycle license and want a faster scooter? Cool, just give us a call and we will reserve you one of our Buddy 125's that can get up to 60+mph!

All 50cc mopeds scooters are for one person only. You must have a valid driver's license and a major credit card to rent. 125cc scooters require a motorcycle license to operate and does allow a passenger at no extra cost.

Come see why we one of the highest rated outdoor activities in the Geneva Lakes' area and book your scooter adventure today!

Hourly

$59.00 / 1 Hour     $69.00 / 2 Hours     $79.00 / 3 Hours     $89.00 / 5 Hours    

Daily, Weekly, Monthly

$149.00 / Day Most Popular    

Tours

$129 / 3 Hour Guided Tour

Pickup Information

Location: 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, WI, USA
Note: Pickup available at the Grand Geneva's Mountain Top Ski Area - 7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, WI 53147. Follow the signs past the resort to the Mountain Top.
Monday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Sunday
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Important Safety Info

Lake Geneva Scooter Tours & Rentals require all riders to wear helmets at all times. We provide these at no cost to you.


Wear protective eyewear and closed toed shoes.


Follow local driving laws and regulations.