Big Sur road bike tour

Our tour is curated to contain all the biggest highlights of this little stretch of the Golden State’s coast. The view from your bike seat is animated by breathless sea cliffs, breaching Gray whales, and furtive sea otters. We’ll encounter rolling wine country and take on the iconic Highway 1, and hike amongst the noble Redwoods. From the burly rawness of Big Sur to the picturesque Santa Barbara’s coastline, our brushstrokes in the saddle sweep past peaceful farmland and great spans of ocean. A dreamy, essentially California-quality light outlines each successive landscape.

Highlights

  • Big Sur
  • 17-miles drive
  • Cambria, Elephant Seal viewing point
  • Solvang, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay, Monterey
  • Point Lobos

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelEasy, moderate, challenging
SupportGuided
Group sizemin. 6 max. 13
LodgingCasual Inns
BicycleIncluded
MonthJune, July, August, September
StartSanta Barbara
FinishSan Jose
States or countryCalifornia
Airport startSanta Barbara airport
Airport finishSan Jose Int. Airport

Starting from $ 4,979.00

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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