The ultimate MOGO bicycle bar crawl in Detroit

Detroit's new bike share MOGO is the perfect opportunity for you to ride your bike around the city and try different bars in restaurants in 10 different neighborhoods. We love a good bar crawl here at MT and so we decided to map out a bar crawl while riding the new bikes. All of these bars have a bike stop outside of them for you to drop it off, have a cold one, and then keep on biking.

 

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The ultimate MOGO bicycle bar crawl in Detroit
Traffic Jam and Snug
511 W. Canfield St., Detroit
Start out your bike tour at this eclectic brewery and restaurant. You can even watch them brew beer and make their own cheese from their observation deck! Just south of Wayne State University, this brewery is an intimate and relaxed place to get the day started.  Photo via @bhalliwill
Traffic Jam and Snug
511 W. Canfield St., Detroit
Start out your bike tour at this eclectic brewery and restaurant. You can even watch them brew beer and make their own cheese from their observation deck! Just south of Wayne State University, this brewery is an intimate and relaxed place to get the day started. Photo via @bhalliwill
Bronx Bar
4476 2nd Ave., Detroit
This American restaurant and bar in Midtown doesn’t have exotic mixed drinks, but it does have a pool table and cheap beer, which is all you should need to have a good time right? Photo via @queenteene
Bronx Bar
4476 2nd Ave., Detroit
This American restaurant and bar in Midtown doesn’t have exotic mixed drinks, but it does have a pool table and cheap beer, which is all you should need to have a good time right? Photo via @queenteene
The Alley Deck
4120 Woodward Ave., Detroit
This stop in Midtown is not one to pass up. The Alley Deck at The Majestic is a rooftop bar that overlooks downtown. Catch a concert, grab some food a the BBQ grill, or just sit with your friends and enjoy a drink on the open deck. 
 
The Alley Deck
4120 Woodward Ave., Detroit
This stop in Midtown is not one to pass up. The Alley Deck at The Majestic is a rooftop bar that overlooks downtown. Catch a concert, grab some food a the BBQ grill, or just sit with your friends and enjoy a drink on the open deck.   
Detroit City Distillery
2462 Riopelle St., Detroit
Located in the Historic Eastern Market, this distillery has a variety of gin and whiskey, signature drinks and cocktails and limited edition spirits. Try something you never have before such as the Trainwreck. I mean, that’s what you will be at the end of this bike tour, so why not?
  Photo via @wittenkitten
Detroit City Distillery
2462 Riopelle St., Detroit
Located in the Historic Eastern Market, this distillery has a variety of gin and whiskey, signature drinks and cocktails and limited edition spirits. Try something you never have before such as the Trainwreck. I mean, that’s what you will be at the end of this bike tour, so why not?   Photo via @wittenkitten
The Old Shillelagh
349 Monroe St., Detroit
Take a trip to Ireland at downtown Detroit’s Irish Pub. This pub has a vast selection of cocktails in addition to their draft and bottled beer. This is the place to go to enjoy a drink from Michigan to Ireland. Photo via Facebook.
The Old Shillelagh
349 Monroe St., Detroit
Take a trip to Ireland at downtown Detroit’s Irish Pub. This pub has a vast selection of cocktails in addition to their draft and bottled beer. This is the place to go to enjoy a drink from Michigan to Ireland. Photo via Facebook.
Detroit Beer Co.
1529 Broadway St., Detroit
This brewery rotates their fresh brews daily, offering customers 7-9 different beers every day. It’s location in the middle of downtown makes for a great bike ride and relaxing spot to look at the city. Photo via @msassifrass 
Detroit Beer Co.
1529 Broadway St., Detroit
This brewery rotates their fresh brews daily, offering customers 7-9 different beers every day. It’s location in the middle of downtown makes for a great bike ride and relaxing spot to look at the city. Photo via @msassifrass 
Bookies Bar and Grille
2208 Cass Ave., Detroit
This bar and grille is the spot to go to if you have any sports fans in your group. Ride fast to get here between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. (weekdays only) for their $12 bottomless happy hour. Grab a beer and seat in front of the tv, then you’ll be all set! Photo via @mattedmund86
Bookies Bar and Grille
2208 Cass Ave., Detroit
This bar and grille is the spot to go to if you have any sports fans in your group. Ride fast to get here between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. (weekdays only) for their $12 bottomless happy hour. Grab a beer and seat in front of the tv, then you’ll be all set! Photo via @mattedmund86
Town Pump Tavern
100 W Montcalm St., Detroit
Town Pump Tavern is another great place to stop in the heart of downtown. This tavern has 18 beers on tap, daily specials, happy hour and DJs on the weekends. If all of this biking is making you tired, grab a burger and a cold pint to wash it down. Photo bia @missgabbysky
Town Pump Tavern
100 W Montcalm St., Detroit
Town Pump Tavern is another great place to stop in the heart of downtown. This tavern has 18 beers on tap, daily specials, happy hour and DJs on the weekends. If all of this biking is making you tired, grab a burger and a cold pint to wash it down. Photo bia @missgabbysky
Temple Bar
2906 Cass Ave., Detroit
This hidden dive bar in Cass Corridor has cheap beer and loud music. This is where the real party starts. Park your bike out front and get ready to get down on the dance floor or stop in on a Friday night for karaoke. You should have enough drinks in you by now, right? Photo via @ophelia198709
Temple Bar
2906 Cass Ave., Detroit
This hidden dive bar in Cass Corridor has cheap beer and loud music. This is where the real party starts. Park your bike out front and get ready to get down on the dance floor or stop in on a Friday night for karaoke. You should have enough drinks in you by now, right? Photo via @ophelia198709