Mumbai Night Riders – A Midnight Cycling Tour

850.00 / Day

Embark on an exhilarating nocturnal cycling adventure through Mumbai’s bustling streets with our Midnight Cycling Tour! Commencing at 11:00 PM every Saturday from Colaba market, this 5-hour journey whisks you past iconic landmarks like Marine Drive, Girgaon Chowpatty, and the Gateway of India.

Guided by seasoned cyclists, our tour is tailored to accommodate riders of all skill levels, promising a safe and thrilling experience. Pedal past architectural marvels such as the Taj Mahal Palace and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, delving into the city’s rich heritage. Along the route, savour Mumbai’s culinary delights at Girgaon Chowpatty, and witness the city’s vibrant nightlife unfold beneath the twinkling stars. Make pit stops at cultural gems like the Asiatic Library and Flora Fountain, immersing yourself in Mumbai’s diverse cultural tapestry. Rejuvenate amidst the tranquil surroundings of Hanging Gardens, boasting sweeping vistas of the city skyline.

Our tour offers a unique opportunity to soak in the electrifying ambiance of Mumbai after hours, leaving you with unforgettable memories. Secure your spot now and embark on a magical journey through Mumbai’s streets on two wheels! The tour concludes at 4:00 AM, back at Colaba market, allowing ample time to explore the city’s vibrant nightlife before and after the exhilarating ride.

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Tour Type: Guided Cycle Tour

Reporting Time: 22:45

Start Time: 23:00

Duration: 5 hours

End Time: 04:00

Distance: 22 kms

Type of Cycle: Cycle/E-cycle

Riding Level: Easy


Our Journey



Pedalling through Colaba’s vibrant streets, cyclists encounter Mumbai’s cultural essence. Renowned for its upscale boutiques, esteemed galleries, and the majestic Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba epitomizes the city’s artistic charm. The journey unveils iconic landmarks like the Regal Theatre and the historic Gateway of India, while the Royal Bombay Yacht Club adds a maritime touch. Cycling through Colaba offers a unique perspective on Mumbai’s rich heritage and bustling energy.

Marine Drive

Cycling along Marine Drive, dubbed the Queen’s Necklace, offers a mesmerizing experience along Mumbai’s coast. This 3 km promenade, with its Art Deco charm, is a beloved spot for cyclists. Revel in its stunning night vistas and explore attractions like Chowpatty Beach, Wankhede Stadium, and the majestic Gateway of India. Pedal along this iconic stretch to witness the beauty of Mumbai’s skyline against the backdrop of the Arabian Sea.

Girgaon Chowpatty

Girgaon Chowpatty, nestled beside Marine Drive, beckons cyclists with its lively ambiance and cultural offerings. This public beach is renowned for its vibrant Ganesh Visarjan festivities and mouth watering street food. Enjoy stunning sunset vistas, traditional Ramlila performances during Navratri, and indulge in a variety of Mumbai’s culinary delights. Cyclists exploring Mumbai’s coastline should not miss the lively charm and cultural richness of Girgaon Chowpatty.

Hanging Garden

Hanging Gardens, situated atop Malabar Hill, present cyclists with awe-inspiring vistas of Mumbai’s skyline. This tranquil oasis boasts attractions like a marble sundial, a charming flower clock, and the Pramod Navalkar Viewing Gallery, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike. Nearby, cyclists can explore Kamla Nehru Park and the revered Haji Ali Dargah, adding cultural depth to their cycling journey through Mumbai’s scenic landscapes.


Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), a UNESCO World Heritage site, stands as an emblem of Mumbai’s rich railway history. This iconic station, crafted in Victorian Gothic style, is a bustling hub of heritage architecture and serves as the nerve center of Central Railways. Cyclists exploring Mumbai’s cultural tapestry should not miss the opportunity to marvel at the grandeur and historical significance of CSMT during their journey.

Flora Fountain

Flora Fountain, a cherished heritage monument, graces the southern end of Mumbai’s storied Dadabhai Naoroji Road. Initially christened after Sir Bartle Frere, it later transformed into Martyr’s Square, commemorating the valiant souls who championed the cause of Maharashtra’s statehood. Cycling enthusiasts traversing Mumbai’s cultural landscape should pause to admire this ornate landmark, steeped in history and symbolic significance, during their exploratory journey.

Asiatic Library

The Asiatic Society Town Hall stands as a testament to Mumbai’s colonial legacy, housing a trove of cultural treasures since its inception in 1833. This distinguished edifice, crafted by Colonel Thomas Cowper, now serves as a repository of knowledge, accommodating libraries, museums, and even a post office. As cyclists explore Mumbai’s vibrant Fort area, they’re beckoned to pause and appreciate this architectural gem, a living testament to the city’s rich heritage and intellectual pursuits.

Gateway of India

The Gateway of India, a monumental arch, symbolizes both colonial history and India’s journey to independence, erected to mark King-Emperor George V’s visit to the country. Nestled along the waterfront, it offers a poignant juxtaposition against the luxurious Taj Hotel and the ancient wonders of the Elephanta Caves. As cyclists pass through Mumbai’s bustling streets, this iconic landmark stands as a silent witness to the city’s enduring spirit and storied past.

Taj Hotel

Nestled beside the Arabian Sea and overlooking the majestic Gateway of India, The Taj Mahal Palace stands as a timeless symbol of opulence and hospitality. With its exquisite Saracenic Revival architecture, this iconic hotel has graced Mumbai’s skyline since 1903, offering unparalleled views and unmatched luxury. Despite the tragedy of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, it remains an enduring testament to resilience, welcoming guests with open arms and unwavering grace.

Kala Ghoda

Kala Ghoda pulsates with a vibrant creative energy, drawing in a diverse crowd of artists, foodies, and design enthusiasts. This cultural hotspot in Mumbai teems with eclectic cafes, vibrant street art, and lively markets, creating an atmosphere that ignites inspiration and curiosity. Whether you’re exploring its charming alleyways or immersing yourself in its cultural events, Kala Ghoda promises an unforgettable experience filled with art, culture, and endless discovery.






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Note:  To ensure seamless organisation, the exact GPS location will be communicated via a WhatsApp group formed three hours ahead of the event; designated breaks will offer opportunities for exploration and capturing memorable photographs, with the tour wrapping up by 4:00 AM at the starting point, where participants will return their cycles and gear, and it’s advised to carry government-approved ID cards.