What makes a good tour great? Our guides. While every one of us is an avid outdoor adventurist ourselves and has been trained extensively to handle groups for the most comfortable trekking experience, we also take great pride in knowing the ins and outs of our city--all the nooks and crannies that enliven your exploration adventure. We’re friendly too, always conducting tours with impeccable Southern style and graciousness. A smile goes a long way, and because we love what we do, it’ll take us on all kinds of great adventures.
Mary Ellen Kelley
Mary-Ellen has been living in Memphis for close to 20 years, and has been a competitive runner longer than that. In addition to running, she stays busy as an artist, a graphic designer, a mom to two boys (7 and 11 years old), and a music enthusiast. Most recently, she's published a photography book of Memphis, titled "My Memphis View" which highlights Memphis in a unique and modern way. Always up for some fun, she's proud to call Memphis her home.
Baker is a sophomore at Christian Brothers High School. He runs cross country and track and bikes at least twice a week. Baker recently won a race bike through an essay write up for a local bike shop. He really loves to be outdoors, especially in the city of Memphis. Being a bike guide is the perfect opportunity to enjoy both at the same time and to gain experience for the work world.
Jenna is a local designer and professor of architecture at the University of Memphis. Originally from Iowa, she moved to Memphis in 2006 and fell in love with the rich culture of music, food, architecture, and living local vibe this City has to offer. She enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and exploring the city on her bike. As a designer, Jenna brings a unique background to the contemporary and historical architectural developments in Memphis.