Jason was born and raised here in Savannah. Growing up, he roamed the streets on rollerblades (90’s throwback). He left Savannah for a greater life in college at Georgia Southern University. He got a degree in Recreation. He’s not a gym teacher. He landed back in Savannah after higher education and has been here since. He has had several delivery jobs in the Savannah area that have given him a unique perspective of Savannah and the surrounding area. When you go for a ride with him, keep one thing in mind, his stories are 53% true, 42% crap, and 100% entertaining.
Originally from Ohio, Ed has wanted to become a Slow Ride driver since the first time he witnessed "the party on wheels" going by on Bull Street. A graduate of The Ohio State University and a licensed architect, Ed fell in love with Savannah after a tour of homes in the historic district while visiting the city in 2005. After living on Tybee Island for 4 years and a stint as the Architectural Coordinator for the City of Savannah, Ed now resides in the historic district. Ed practices his mad Slow Ride driving skills on evening and weekend pub crawls and recently added an architectural component to the Slow Ride experience. "Being outside in one of this country's most beautiful cities and showing people a good time is about as fun as it gets!"
When he’s not pushing pills at Kroger’s Pharmacy you can find Paul just about anywhere downtown with the handsome hound dog, Otis by his side. 25 years strong into his marriage with two rambunctious college girls you can find him relieving the stress by pedaling to the finest Savannah breweries and of course servicing you with the finest tour guide information you can find. Being a Vietnam medical veteran you better take him seriously when he turns and says, “Pedal!”
Taylor is a Savannah native, recently returning from getting her business degree down in South Ga. An equestrian by trade and a Slow Rider by the grace of awesomeness! She keeps the pedal party going all day and night!
After moving to Savannah 8 years ago, Cal recently discovered his passion for the Slow Ride. An avid waterman, Cal also teaches surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking in the Savannah area. Although he loves traveling the world searching for perfect waves, nothing beats returning to his favorite city here in the South.
Kevin is originally from Up State New York and moved to Savannah four years ago. He likes biking and caffeine. He'll tell you all there is to know about the city and make sure you have a great time riding the Slow Ride.
Whether you’re looking for a pub crawl or a historic tour, Niko is your guy. Originally from Ohio, Niko moved to Savannah to study the film industry. When he is not slow riding he can usually be found in one of Savannah’s local karaoke spots.
Amanda, originally from Cleveland, and will tell you all about its amazingness for two hours. Currently attends Armstrong State, with the intent to teach high school history in Chatham County. Avid Stephen King fan, and enjoys yelling, so Slow Ride is truly her element.
Brent left behind bleak Ohio winters more than ten years ago and has never looked back. Although he actually lives out in the suburbs with his wife and daughter, he loves this charming and quirky city, and enjoys sharing it with people from all over the world.
Home grown local savannahian and tour guide extraordinaire!
Turner is originally from Savannah and has lived the last 7 years in Maui, Hawaii playing music, surfing and kiteboarding. You can find him teaching surfing at Tybee Surf Lessons LLC in the summers.