Tours list

Bike - Hike - Kayak - Sail Acadia, our nation’s smallest National Park, is revered as one of the most scenic and beautiful of our national treasures where our Cycling routes offer stunning views of the outer islands, surf-sculpted coastline, and lobster boats. Cruise across Frenchman’s Bay to ride through small fishing villages. Take to the waters under your own power during a guided kayak excursion. Sail on a Maine Windjammer. Hike to a granite peak with stunning 360˚ views. Experience all that this captivating region has to offer on a Maine cycling trip!

Waves crashing on rocky shores, lobster boats bobbing in the harbor and spectacular views of bays and inlets dotted with islands are just a few of the many sights you’ll enjoy on our Maine: Acadia National Park Tour. Add scenic cycling on coastal roads and wonderfully car-free trails and you’ll understand why they call Maine “Vacationland”. You’ll also have plenty of time to relax at the area’s finest accommodations and enjoy delicious meals featuring fresh, local fare.

Bike from Haines to Skagway along the historic native trade route to the interior and the gold rush route to the Klondike! While Haines and Skagway are only fifteen miles apart by water, the bike route travels three hundred and sixty miles through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Alaska and Canada. Enjoy an intimate touring environment, with spectacular scenery that includes the coastal climate of Alaska as well as the interior climate of the Yukon Territory. A combination of history and scenic splendor as you follow routes used by Native Americans and the Klondike Gold Rush stampeder.

Less strenuous than a purely cycling tour, this great adventure combines half days of bicycling with canoeing, hiking, sea kayaking, a spectacular drive across the Denali Highway and an awesome glacier cruise across Prince William Sound.

This 7-day ride traverses one of the most magical and scenic areas in the world. For the independent cyclist with self supported wilderness touring experience this is a great way to explore Southeast Alaska and the Yukon Territory Canada.

Magnificent sandstone arches. Ancient petroglyphs. Old West mustangs, bighorn sheep, and stunning vistas. Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Parks are crammed with history, legend, and natural wonders. Stay in one lodge the entire time in Moab, with plenty of time to explore and relax. There are 3 days of cycling, 2 days of hiking and one full day rafting trip on the Colorado River on this 6-day tour of an incredible region.

Southern Arizona: Azure skies, endless vistas hemmed with 10,000-foot peaks. Names out of a medieval fantasy: the Chiricahuas, the Dragoons, Catalinas, Rincons. This is the land of Geronimo, Cochise and 250-year-old saguaro cactus, where the sweet scent of desert creosote flower fills the air. Wildlife is prolific, from coyote to javelina, desert tortoise and rare birds. Bike sun-drenched roads. Hike through heart-stealing landscapes. Visit boutique wineries. Explore the fascinating Arizona Sonora Desert, Saguaro National Park, the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns and plenty more.

Spin an epic route – not for the faint of leg – through miles of incredible scenery. And what better place to meet than in the athlete-and brewpub mecca of Bend, Oregan? Start pedaling in the otherworldly region of the Painted Hills and John Day Fossil Beds. Enjoy a century ride on the “oOd West Scenic Bikeway”. Tackle the peaks, pine-forest and valleys of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. Relax, or go for another great ride, at Wallowa Lake. Ride Oregon’s famously quiet, smooth, bike-friendly roads through Eagle Gap Wilderness and high pastures of central Idaho. Top it all off with a ride into Hells Canyon_and return home to tell the tale – wow!

The Black Canyon trail follows a route used since the times of pre-historic Native American travelers and traders. Riders are constantly rewarded with breathtaking scenic vistas and glimpses of the varied historical activities that have echoed through these hills. The Department of the Interior officially established the route as a livestock driveway in 1919, when it was used by woolgrowers from the Phoenix area to herd sheep to and from their summer ranges in the Bradshaw and Mingus Mountains. Many segments of the trail roughly parallel the old Black Canyon stagecoach road between Phoenix and Prescott. At present, 13.3 miles of this trail between the Emery Henderson Trailhead and Table Mesa Road, provide a pleasant route to follow.

Explore the quaint neighborhoods of San Francisco with this scenic 4 hour guided electric bike tour. Starting from Ghirardelli Square, the tour will ride past Hayes Valley, Alamo Square, Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, the Mission and more!

For those who want to see Alaska, and love to cycle, this is the ultimate tour! Six days of cycling through a wide variety of the incredible scenery of Alaska. We top things off with a last day cruise through glacier studded Prince William Sound.

The Natchez Trace Parkway is one of North America’s best hidden gems. With vast stretches of twisty roads with little vehicle traffic, tremendous scenery over ridges and through isolated hollows, undulating terrain with no big climbing, and with many small friendly towns steeped in history, it is no wonder that the Natchez Trace (also known simply as the “Trace”) is a destination for many cyclists looking to reconnect with nature while pursuing their love of cycling.

Ride the entire Big Sur Coastline from Carmel-by the Sea to San Luis Obispo on this Intermediate level tour. We’ve been waiting for years for Highway One to reopen so we could ride here again! From Pebble Beach to Hearst Castle view crashing surf, elephant seals and the southern-most redwood forest. South of Cambria, pedal through famous coastal communities like Morro Bay and Pismo Beach. Inland, ride through some of “golden”California’s finest terrain: wide valleys of vineyards flanked by rolling hilsides covered in scattered groves of live (evergreen) oak. Explore Edna Valley, producer of premium wines. And host to a diverse array of charming wineries.

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.

Big Sur – The greatest meeting of land & sea. A 90-mile cycling stretch of rugged and awesomely beautiful Pacific coastline, bordered by Carmel to the north and San Simeon (Hearst Castle) to the south. Scenic Highway One winds along its length, tucked between the majestic Santa Lucia Mountains and the rocky Pacific Coast.

Experience the Seward Peninsula by Bike! Ride the gravel roads surrounding Nome, rich with native culture and gold rush history. Though not connected to the rest of Alaska by road, Nome offers 350 miles of gravel roads to explore.

Starting in the picturesque town of East Boothbay, you will follow the contours of the coast, passing lighthouses, fishing villages, and charming towns all the way to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. In Acadia, you will finish your week of cycling by riding up Cadillac Mountain, the first place in the United States, to see the sunrise.

The mountains and high desert of southwest Utah are a cycling and hiking mecca. Our Boulder, Bryce, & Zion Utah bike tour delivers a combination of nearly car free roads, jaw-dropping scenery and plenty of time to stop and explore. The BBZ tour rides all 124-miles of Utah’s Highway 12. Highway 12 is a bucket list cycling route that is not ridden in its entirety on most Utah bikes tours. If one thinks they have already “done” Utah, they have not ridden our Cycling’s Tour of Utah!

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color. Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos, and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offer a great experience for riders of all ability levels.

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color. Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos, and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offer a great experience for riders of all ability levels.

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color. Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos, and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offer a great experience for riders of all ability levels.

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color. Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos, and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offer a great experience for riders of all ability levels.

Our trip offers a little bit of everything on our scenic ride in the surrounding area of Santa Cruz, California. Many routes are above 7,000 feet, and peak climbs require healthy lungs, but the phenomenal singletrack riding coupled with remarkable scenery make the effort well worthwhile.

Standing taller than a football field is long, the ancient redwoods (sequoia sempervirens) of the northern California can live 2000+years. Ride and hike through three different reserves guarded by these amazing sentinels, including the world largest remaining old-growth forest. Explore coastal gold-rush provision towns and Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge called the Lost Coast.

This is a one day bike tour off the beaten path look at the scenic upper Napa Valley. You’ll cycle over mostly flat, easy terrain and along country lanes to small, family owned wineries that truly represent the Napa Valley.

During WWII, the US army constructed a road to bring oil from the Mackenzie River in Northwest Territory to a refinery in Whitehorse. Two years after completion, the 176 million dollar project was abandoned. The dirt road is still seasonally maintained by the Canadian government. The winding route takes you through some of the most beautiful northern country in this hemisphere. Bike past pristine lakes with loons calling. Observe relics of the road’s WW II past. View the scenic splendor of the autumn colors in vibrant reds and golds. At night, watch the northern lights overhead from your campsite.

This bike tour in Cape Cod begins and ends in Boston, one of our nation’s most historic cities. After exploring Boston we’ll transfer to Yarmouth to begin our Cape Cod cycling trip. Pedal along seaside lanes past gray-shingled cottages and expansive beaches to the Cape Cod Rail Trail. Ride through Chatham to Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, where we’ll take a private cruise across Pleasant Bay to view seals and waterfowl. Continue to Eastham, where you’ll learn more about the historic Cape Cod National Seashore at the Visitor Center at Salt Pond and ride to Nauset Lighthouse. Take quiet back roads through the village of Wellfleet, then continue to bustling Provincetown. From here, ride the Province Lands Bike Paths and visit the Old Harbor Lifesaving Museum, the oldest life-saving station in the country. Climb Provincetown’s Pilgrim Monument for great views, or explore local galleries and shops. Return to Boston via ferry across Massachusetts Bay.

Rich with coastal New England charm, Cape Cod is at its most beautiful during our summer and autumn visits. You’ll cycle the car-free Cape Cod Rail Trail through coastal villages alongside cranberry bogs, lush marshlands and rolling sand dunes. Off the bike, you’ll stroll the beaches and nature trails, kayak and whale watch. All this and you’ll still have free time to relax and explore.

This exclusive route connects the cycling friendly towns of Breckenridge, Vail, Leadville, Aspen and Glenwood Springs, a must ride for anyone interested in Cycling in Colorado. You will stay at a mix of small bed and breakfasts, Local inns, and hotels. Just under half of this ride is on car free bicycle paths and the rest is on scenic rocky mountain byways. You will ride over Vail pass, enjoy the Top of the Rockies scenic byway, Independence pass and the Rio Grande scenic rail trail. Come along for an adventure in Colorful Colorado!

The San Juan Mountains are among the wildest, most beautiful, and inaccessible mountainous areas in the lower 48 states. The trail crosses high mountain passes, beneath numerous unnamed waterfalls, and traverses fields of verdant wildflowers at elevations that rarely drop below 10,000 feet. Large fauna of most every-type inhabit this landscape. This tour offers out of the ordinary mountain biking, delivering cyclists into a backcountry setting far away from accessible trail-heads. Rarely will one see another person let alone another cyclist.

The landscapes on our Oregon tours are as varied as they are stunning. There are hilltop wineries, bucolic orchards and laden hop trestles; a bounty that can also be enjoyed off the bike with some of the country’s best wine, food and beer. You cycle quiet lanes and bike paths including the Historic Columbia River Highway – one of  Bicycling magazine’s best bike rides. And, whether you are in the Willamette Valley or deep in the Columbia River Gorge, snowcapped Mount Hood will be the backdrop to many of your spectacular photographs.

Cruise beside sparkling rivers and snow-crowned peaks. Bicycle the Aufderheide Scenic Byway, which Adventure Cycling magazine calls “…a mecca for road riders looking for ultra-smooth pavement, low traffic and scenic beauty.” Sample the craft brews and explore the outdoor-lover’s paradise of Bend. Hike Central Oregon’s surreal high desert. Spend two days in stunning Crater Lake National Park, and ride around the volcanic rim of the deepest lake in the United States. It all adds up to one phenomenal week.

Leaving the tourist spots behind, we mountain bike into the surprising backcountry of Death Valley. Ride along ancient mining tracks and ghost towns and cycle seldom-traveled dirt roads into the backside of Red Rock Canyon. Finally, cycling the mustang trails will complete your appreciation for the untamed Spirit of the Mojave!

A perfect winter-training tour. Just a short distance away from the major urban areas of Southern California lies the Anza-Borrego Desert, a great dry basin ringed by high mountains. In the center of this large desert park is Borrego Springs, a “quaint desert resort town with no traffic and clean air”. Wide and empty roads stretch across the valley floor with mountain vistas in every direction. Two desert ecosystems merge in Joshua Tree National Park, an area abundant with diverse flora and fauna. Mild Winter weather, a quiet town, empty biking roads, great lodging and dining: these are the ingredients that make up an ideal trip.

Penobscot Bay is one of the richest fishing grounds in the world, producing more of the famous Maine Lobster than any other body of water. During your six-day multi-sport adventure, you will bike, hike, and kayak in and around the Bay. From Pemaquid Point, the center of pre-colonial commerce in the new world, To the rugged beauty of Monhegan Island and the charming towns of Rockland and Camden, You will enjoy fabulous cycling, stunning views, and a bounty of fresh food. 

In the smartly preserved Victorian town of Durango, cycling isn’t merely an activity… it’s a lifestyle. The roots of cycling out here among the wildflowers date back more than a century. Teddy Roosevelt’s vision, circa 1905, was to preserve “America’s Alps,” or the San Juan Mountain Range by designating a 1.8-million acre (3000-square mile) National Forest. Our trip leaders live for this: sharing some of the area’s unbelievably scenic routes and unique terrain features. Big open runs through high meadows that roll like waves, exploding in shoulder-high wildflowers. For point and shoot types, the low-key signage at the trailhead, “Watch for Traffic” means sharing space with mule deer, coyotes, fox, wild turkey, bobcat, not to mention over 200 types of songbirds and raptors.

Our Florida Bike Tour from Miami to the Key West through the Everglades National Park introduces you to one of the world’s most distinctive regions, where you discover crystal-clear blue water, rich plant life, and wildlife.

There is surely gold to be found in the inter tidal zones off Florida’s Treasure Coast. Peruvian gold and Mexican silver, in fact, given up by any of the 11 Spanish treasure ships that went to bottom more than three centuries ago. But the real bounty of the Sunshine State’s central-east begins with water: from ocean to rivers, inlets and lakes to wetlands. To a region known for barrier islands, aromatic citrus groves, boating and sport-fishing, we’ve found onto an uncharted and original cycling destination.

The commanding mountain vistas of Montana’s Glacier National Park and Canada’s Banff and Jasper National Parks are nothing short of miraculous. Smooth, surprisingly low-traffic roads soar through a panoply of turquoise lakes, massive glaciers, waterfalls, blazing wildflowers and big-game wildlife. Ride through some of the most incredible scenery of your life on this 8-day tour of the northern Rockies, including biking glorious Going-to-the-Sun Road and Canada’s equally glorious Icefields Parkway.

Glacier National Park is a bucket-list road cycling and hiking journey! A tour to Glacier National Park is not complete without riding into Canada’s Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park! Our Glacier National Park Bike Tour has suitable options for cyclists of all abilities. Ride as much or as little as desired. Both parks provide not to be missed hiking options to waterfalls, verdant meadows filled with wildflowers and mountain summits. We’ll take a few of these treks to add variety to the week’s activities. While we’ll remain in the confines of Glacier and Waterton, the scenery more than makes up for the relatively compact area of the tour. And since we will be venturing out in summertime, the far northern latitude brings extended evenings. Don’t be surprised if sunset arrives until 10:30 at night!

Experience my idea of the perfect Maine bike tour. Bike, kayak, and sail. Discover the Maine coast as you cycle through fishing villages, famous towns, and breathtaking coastal scenery. You’ll see Maine as it really is and discover the flavors and colors that make it unique. You’ll dine on lobster and seafood fresh from the sea and catch the sunset from the deck of a wooden schooner. Your guides will lead you through Acadia National Park and around a picturesque island. There’s plenty of time off-bike to taste, touch, see, and do. It’s all at your pace…because after all, it’s your vacation!

The best way to see the Golden Gate Bridge! Enjoy spectacular views as you cross this amazing bridge by bicycle to Sausalito. The guided tour included all-day bike rental, so riders can explore more on their own after the tour ends.

The best way to see the Golden Gate Bridge! Enjoy spectacular views as you cross this amazing bridge by bicycle to Sausalito. The guided tour included all-day bike rental, so riders can explore more on their own after the tour ends.

Hidden in the depths of the Kaibab National Forest, the old Arizona Trail creates a unique gateway to the natural grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Lined with wildflowers, the trail takes us through ponderosa forests and shimmering aspen groves en route to an unspoiled panorama of the East view of the Grand Canyon, a place few have witnessed.

Hidden in the depths of the Kaibab National Forest, the old Arizona Trail creates a unique gateway to the natural grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Lined with wildflowers, the trail takes us through ponderosa forests and shimmering aspen groves en route to an unspoiled panorama of the East view of the Grand Canyon, a place few have witnessed.

For a wilderness experience unlike any other! This bike tour takes you through the Bridger-Teton National Forest and across a wide open bull moose and bison range. In Yellowstone National Park, riding in the great outdoors affords you the opportunity to feel a part of the grand scene.

For a wilderness experience unlike any other! This bike tour takes you through the Bridger-Teton National Forest and across a wide open bull moose and bison range. In Yellowstone National Park, riding in the great outdoors affords you the opportunity to feel a part of the grand scene.

The Tetons are not merely rocks, they are a fountain of energy. Along the valley floor, our tour unfolds on bikes; riding through the Bridger-Teton National Forest, across open Bull moose and bison range. With no foothills, the Grand Tetons rise super-abruptly, a lofty 7,000-ft. from the valley floor. In the distance, the unmistakable whistle-call of elk pierces the crystalline silence. Along our journey, we encounter the area’s world famous natural attractions, including Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake. At the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone we immerse all our senses in a magnificent waterfall. The latter plunges, with all sorts of drama over a 500-foot striated cliff, resolving into a great, mist-veiled valley.

The Tetons are not merely rocks, they are a fountain of energy. Along the valley floor, our tour unfolds on bikes; riding through the Bridger-Teton National Forest, across open Bull moose and bison range. With no foothills, the Grand Tetons rise super-abruptly, a lofty 7,000-ft. from the valley floor. In the distance, the unmistakable whistle-call of elk pierces the crystalline silence. Along our journey, we encounter the area’s world famous natural attractions, including Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake. At the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone we immerse all our senses in a magnificent waterfall. The latter plunges, with all sorts of drama over a 500-foot striated cliff, resolving into a great, mist-veiled valley.

The Great Allegheny Passage/C&O Canal Gravel Tour rides along two of the best back-to-back gravel trails in the United States. Both of these magnificent trails are steeped in history with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) trail offering a more “back in time” experience. The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a more recent addition to the growing number of US rails-to-trails and it offers a world-class 150 mile gravel trail second to none in terms of quality and experience.

Great Smokey Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the USA and it’s no wonder as the views and vistas here are simply stunning. We start the week from Tellico Plains, to travel along the Cherohala Skyway riding “on top of the world” to Tapoco.From here we take on “The Dragon” (aka: Devils Gap) with it’s 318 curves in 11 miles. Then it’s onto a portion of the beautiful, but little known and lightly traveled, Foorhills Parkway We also visit the remote  Cades Covefor a car-free early morning riding experience through history and then in the afternoon to the top of Clingmans Dome to marvel in the 100+ mile views of purple mountains majesty. On the second half of our tour we ride along a portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway visiting it’s highest point at 6,053 feet and then end in Asheville. Our final day includes a climb over Doggetts Gap and then ends in the remote town of Hot Springs

Hawaii is famous for its sandy beaches and vibrant sunsets. However, our tours also help you discover a quieter and more authentic Hawaii: the quiet lanes and cattle farms of the Waimea highlands; laid-back, tropical Hilo; the magical Red Road of Puna; Volcanoes National Park; and the coffee plantations of the Kona coast. There are, of course, also the classic Hawaiian beaches with palm trees and jaw-dropping sunsets. And, after all that cycling adventure, many guests choose to stay at a beach-side resort for some well-earned rest and relaxation

Cycle the Dry Creek and Alexander Valley along tranquil paved back roads, through golden hills, fields of grape vines and majestic olive trees to family owned wineries for one of the best cycling day trips in the country.

Ride parts of Oregon’s Grande Tour Scenic Bikeway through the high plains and deep canyons of eastern Oregon. Explore historic inns, surprising taverns, and a delicious chocolate factory. Bicycle fro open prairie vistas and serene farmland into staggering beauty of Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness. Marvel at alpine lakes surrounded by the magnificent peaks of the Wallowa Range. Take a tramway to the top of Mount Howard. Ride deep into Oregon’s Hells Canyon.

Our High Lakes Multi-Sport Adventure stages from the base of Mount Bachelor: just outside the city of Bend, Oregon (pop. 91,000, a logging town turned outdoor recreation gateway). Distinct for his bold, rakish demeanor, if not a discernible insularity Mt Bachelor, “the little volcano with a big view”, is surrounded by five snow-fed lakes around which a sinewy circuit of trails extends far and wide.

Our Reno/Redwoods Road tour draws figurative inspiration from the poet laureate of the High Sierra, John Muir. Inhaling endless High-Country horizon from a fast and nimble road bike or one of our ebikes, we steadily climb some of the loftiest, if lightly traveled passes in the Sierra Nevada; riding in the long-ago slipstream of Jedediah Smith, the aforementioned Muir, John Fremont, Mark Twain, not to overlook the countless 19th century immigrants. From an immersion in the rich Western lore of California’s gold country and the Comstock Lode, we literally hug some of the oldest and grandest trees on Earth, the giant Sequoia: the biggest and best of the last.

Explore lower Manhattan, the Financial District, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Brooklyn Waterfront with this comprehensive, but leisurely 2 hour guided bike tour. Learn about the amazing history and development of a few of the most iconic places that New York City has to offer!

Bicycling Magazine’s editor called it “the most awa-inspiring and unique landscape I’ve ever pedaled through. “Bryce and Zion NP are a marvel. Mega-boulders of orange sandstone balance on razor-thin needles; arches glow with unearthtly fire; slot canyons unspool between cliffs of gold and rose. Wether you are a novice or an experienced cyclist, this biking and hiking tour gives you an intimate encounter with canyonlands – from curving roads to labyrints, Aspen forests and breathtaking panoramas. Cedar Breaks

This trip will cover a good portion of the nearly 200 years old canal at a very leisurely pace. Highlights include historic canal villages, wonderful educational attractions, a flat terrain, moderate daily distances, with much of the cycling on canal paths separate from road traffic

Our Backcountry Hotsprings Multi-Sport tour showcases the magnificent Sawtooth Mountain Range, in Idaho’s lower midsection. You want to talk American Exceptionalism, this national recreation area, comprised of The Boise, Sawtooth and Challis National Forests—largest set aside in the continental United States—borders a vast, textbook wilderness marked by a staggering 587,000-acres of road-less area. In terms of reference points, you’re one and a half hours north of Boise: the Stanley Basin, a chunk of the Idaho Batholith, plus the physically striking Sawtooths to the east represents our ingress, or gateway to all manner of outstanding adventure pursuits.

This is six days of mountain bike trails, hot springs, and wild rivers! Explore the rugged beauty of the Sawtooth Mountains, visit remote natural hot springs along the way, and ride the legendary Deadwood-Julie Creek. Other highlights include the historic mining towns of Atlanta, Lowman and Pine.

Pedal miles of scenic roads, paved bike trails, pristine scenery, and endless vistas. This is a cycling paradise! Bring your passport: since this trip follows the International Selkirk Loop, You’ll pedal from northern Washington State into southern British Columbia, Canad. Ride beside rivers and lakes and mountains: spectacular Lake Coeur d’Alene; Priest lake and Lake Pend Orelle, tucked deep in the mountains of Idaho’s panhandle; the Bitterroot, Selkirk and Cabinet mountain ranges. Breathe deep, ride hard and soak up day after day of glorious views.

Soak up sdome vitamin D where the Mojave meets Colorado Desert as you keep your cycling legs warm for summer. Even better, there’s a lot of diversity and beauty to explore in Coachella Valley and Palm Springs region. Marvel at the desert sculptures, spring wildflowers, “forests” of creosote bush and ocotillo, and a slot canyon near Borrego Springs. Sample delicious local dates as you spin alongside the Salton Sea on your way to “the last free place in America” – Slab City. Pedal through historic and trendy Palm Springs and hike to a palm oasis held sacred by native residents for centuries. Ultimately, explore Joshua Tree National Park. This kingdom of golden rock outcroppings and eponymous tree-like succulents combine to form a backdrop unlike anywhere else on our planet. Last but not least… dont’t forget to take a refreshing dip in the resort pool or relax under a palm with s good book!

Our Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park guided biking and hiking tours feature distinctive accommodations for three nights in Palm Springs. Summer rains portend glorious wildflower blooms in late fall while the combination of select accommodations and breathtakingly diverse scenery form the ideal framework for this exciting and unique California cycling trip.

If you’ve heard about the great mountain biking near Fruita, Colorado, here’s your chance to see what all the talk is about! More than 140 miles of secluded trails and jeep roads. With many long ascents and an exhilarating descent on Moab’s popular Porcupine Rim Trail this tour is perfect for mountain bike riders looking for a challenge.

This mountain bike tour of Lake Tahoe is talked about as one of the “Fifty Best Trips on the Planet”. You glide through the forests and along the hidden lakes around Lake Tahoe. Peak climbs can be tough, but the phenomenal views make the effort well

These 96 continuous miles of singletrack mountain bike route traverses North Dakota’s rugged badlands and weave through prairie teeming with wildlife. But riders aren’t drawn to this region just for the scenery; the Maah Daah Hey also offers world-class mountain biking. A real nature tour, away from civilization!

Our road cycling tour of the island loops around the valley nestled between two sleeping giants, Puu Kukui caldera to the West, and Mt. Haleakala to the East. Inside Maui’s 120 miles of coastline, we experience a surprising range of microclimates, from exotic gardens to rainshadow drylands, from sandy lagoons to snowy summits! With over 20 ecosystems and lots of hills, road cycling is always an adventure here. One minute we’ll be riding through a lush tropical rainforest, and the next we’ll turn the corner onto a huge, sunny lava flow, or drop down onto a private peninsula for some fresh, hot Hawaiian banana bread! The people on the island are just as diverse. Evenings are filled with the sights and scents of real island hospitality, where we are pampered with islands feasts, luaus, and hula dancing, and are offered our own oceanside hale (private beachhouses).

On our Michigan bike tour, we bike, hike, and kayak through the Leelanau Peninsula to Mackinac Island along the Michigan Cherry Coast and take in the breathtaking wonders of Northern Michigan. Explore the natural beauty of Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes National Lakeshore, voted Good Morning America’s “Most Beautiful Place in America (2018)”, and ride along the majestic shores of Lake Michigan. Discover the charm of car-free biking on picture-perfect Mackinac Island.

The George S. Mickelson Trail is one of the premier rail-trails in the West, rich with boom-and-bust gold mining history, American history and the sublime scenery of the Black Hills. Bike to Mt. Rushmore. Explore Deadwood, onetime home of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, and Crazy Horse Memorial. Visit one of the world’s largest caves and country’s biggest mammoth dig. Ride the whole Mickelson – along with a few fascinating side trips- on this 6-day bike tour. Perfect for those who prefer as little as traffic possible, eminently doable routes an terrific scenery, this tour packs a lot of wallop for the buck!

The Moab & The Back of Beyond Tour delves into the heart of redrock canyon country of Southeastern Utah and Southwestern Colorado. Ride through the supernatural landscapes of Arches & Canyonlands National Parks, climb the scenic La Sal Mountain Loop and pedal beneath 800-ft redrock sandstone walls along the Colorado River. To end the tour we now spend two nights at the spectacular Gateway Canyons Resort (nights 5 & 6)!

The star of the Cascade Mountain Range, Mount St. Helens might be best known for its eruption over 40 years ago. And while the summit is craterous, and dried volcanic streams are still visible, the area features verdant forests riddled with creeks, lakes, and waterfalls. There is plenty to explore and enjoy in the shadow of this iconic peak. During your six day summertime Mountain Biking Tour, we’ll cover all of the highlights and hidden treasures (did someone say cave exploration?) while enjoying gourmet meals and first class camping under the stars.

The tour rides through the rugged & remote San Juans. In the late 19th century the tiny mining towns of Ouray, Durango and Telluride, Colorado were remote outposts of civilization. Each town felt they needed a landmark hotel to attract investors and to put their town on the map. In recent years these historic Victorian-Era hotels have seen major renovations and provide an entertaining end to a day of cycling across the Colorado high country. Go ahead, harken back to 1880’s and transform yourself to a time when Victorian opulence like this was reserved for the rich and famous, you’re entitled!

One waterfall-filled gorge,Two wheels. Three volcanoes, Four stunning summits. Seven days. A million memories. This is truly an exclusive tour: Mt Rainier National Park limits in both the number of tours we can operate (two) and the number of cyclists per tour(10), so reserve early to be one of the 20 lucky cyclists per year who get to take this tour! Crafted for solid cyclists, our bicycle tour of four volcanoes is not for the faint of heart, but it's infinitely rewarding. You'll immerse yourself in the ultimate Cascade Mountain bicycle experience, riding through vast reaches of dense forests, along sparkling rivers, past snow-crowned summits, wildflower-strewn meadows and volcanic moonscapes - some of the Pacific Northwest's most dramatic terrain!

From the Badlands to Mt. Rushmore – a bike tour through time. Seven days biking, hiking and soaking in hot springs and history. From a road they said couldn’t be built to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse, this amazing tour is crammed full of amazing history, amazing stories and great big views. Visit more National Parks and Historic Sites than most other tours. Ride to Crazy Horse Memorial and Deadwood, home of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Explore one of the world’s largest caves. Ride to Devils Tower in Wyoming, famous for its role in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Spring tour date bonuses: glorious wildflowers, plus sightings of buffalo calves, pronghorn kids and white-tail and mule deer fawns.

The Natchez Trace Parkway is one of North America’s best hidden gems. With vast stretches of twisty roads with little vehicle traffic, tremendous scenery over ridges and through isolated hollows, undulating terrain with no big climbing, and with many small friendly towns steeped in history, it is no wonder that the Natchez Trace (also known simply as the “Trace”) is a destination for many cyclists looking to reconnect with nature while pursuing their love of cycling.

Explore the Manhattan Island of New York City on this comprehensive three hour guided bike tour that takes you from Harlem, all the way down the Brooklyn Bridge, riding through iconic sites such as Central Park and the Hudson River Parkway.

Formed millions of years ago by glacial activity, the Finger Lakes support a region rich in history. Ride along the Erie Canal, through pastoral farmland, and past vineyards that sprawl to the lakeshores. Follow the stone steps along waterfalls that cascade through a winding gorge. Enjoy premier accommodations and gourmet cuisine in the region Wine Spectator called the “Wine and Culinary Epicenter” of New York.

Cycling from the Arctic Ocean to Panama City will take you through 9 countries and countless variations in landscape, culture, language, cuisine and roads. We’ll experience Inuit culture in the far north, the hospitality of the indigenous people of Chiapas state in Mexico, the vast tundra of the Arctic and the endless beaches of El Salvador’s Pacific Coast.

Artic Spirit This is the first section of the North American Epic. A journey and adventure, starting on the shores of the Arctic Ocean in Tuktoyaktuk. Cycling the historic Dempster Highway, stay a rest day in Dawson City and learn about the Klondike Gold Rush. You finish in Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory.

Smoking Volcanoes The 10th section of our Epic Ride. Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, en Nicaragua.

Rainforest Recce The 11th section of our Epic Ride. The last section begins in Granada, Nicaraqua, travels through Costa Rica and ends in Panama city

Alaska Highway The 2nd section of our Epic Ride This section starts in Whitehorse and follows close to 1400 km of the Alaska Highway. This section ends in Fort St John.

Icefields The 3th section of our Epic Ride. Exploring the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Jasper National Park, and Banff.

Road to the sun The 4th section of our Epic Ride. From the Rocky Mountain resort down of Banff our journey continues on a stunningly beautiful section. Waterton lakes, Glacier National Park, climb to the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and ride into Montana to end in Helena.

The Great Divide The 5th section of our Epic Ride. The American West conjures up images of the Rockies, crystal clear mountain streams, endless skies, and cowboys and cowgirls huddled around a campfire sipping coffee. And while the Great Divide section includes several long challenging days in the saddle those who are able to find the frontier spirit within themselves will be richly rewarded by this journey on 2 wheels into the Wild West.

Canyonlands The 6th section of our Epic Ride. The Canyonlands section will first amaze you with its stunning vistas, and then daze you with desert heat. Its harsh environment and welcome watering holes will give us a glimpse of how tough life was in the Old West as we spin on our 21st century 2 wheeled steeds across lands that covered wagons once struggled mightily to cross.

Baja California The 7th section of our Epic Ride. Into Mexico, cervezas, cactus forests, and beach camping…

Conquistadores The 8th section of our Epic Ride. From Mazatlan to Mexico City.

Mayan Adventure The 9th section of our Epic Ride. The riders will spin out of Mexico City, towards the Great Pyramid of Cholula Tlachihualtepetl and UNESCO World Heritage site of Monte Alban. The route takes the cyclists through the Guatemalan highlands, past colourfully dressed locals and imposing volcanoes before dipping down to gorgeous, unforgettable Lake Atitlan

Ocean breezes, seaside towns, sandy shores, and fishing villages- You are in Nova Scotia, the hidden gem of Canada. Savor a selection of the best seafood on the gorgeous Atlantic Coast, and witness some of the world’s highest tides of Bay of Fundy and the innovative dykelands that contain them. Cycle through the stunning countryside, past the sapphire blues of the Atlantic Ocean, and along sleepy fishing villages of Mahone Bay and LaHave Island on this Nova Scotia bicycle tour.

Nova Scotia Bike Tour offers up yet another bike-it list destination to Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces. The Nova Scotia bike tour offers one of the top cycling destinations in North America with majestic ocean views and seafood to enjoy throughout the tour. We have incorporated healthy mileage, all the sights and several days along the majestic Cabot Trail into our Nova Scotia bike tour. It should be noted that Nova Scotians are exceptionally friendly to cyclists and most of the time give us the entire lane when passing from behind.

Decades in the making, the Olympic Discovery Trail follows an old rail line on the Olympic peninsula. No logging trucks! Our tour covers about 100 miles on this mostly paved trail with the snowcapped Olympic Mountain Range to one side and the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the other. Enjoy steller views from the waterfront Inns every night but one. We begin at Lake Quinault and head north and east around the peninsula, stopping at Kalaloch, Ruby Beach, the Hoh Rainforest, Forks, Lake Crescent, and Port Angeles before we hit the high point of the tour at Hurricane ridge. We also get off our bikes to take a closer look at things, hiking in ancient forest, on beaches, and through sub-alpine meadows. Stay at two National Park lodges on the water. Finish the week with a coastel bike ride and beautiful ferry ride straight into the heart of the Seattle waterfront

Join us on an incredible biking tour through Oregon’s iconic Northern coastline and scenic Willamette Valley. You’ll visit historic Astoria, breathtaking Cannon Beach, Nature’s Playground on the Oregon Coast: Tillamook, along with rides through the Willamette Valley’s rolling hills and vineyards. The journey will be capped off with a visit to Oregon’s state capital, Salem, and an opportunity to bike out to a hidden gem in Oregon, Silver Falls State Park hiking by ten breathtaking waterfalls.

Created for stronger cyclists, this ‘heftier’ version of the Crater Lake tour crosses the Coast Range and sails down the knobby headlands of Oregon’s Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway along the craggy southern seaboard – then turns inland again to follow the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. The showstopper of the week, though, is the ride around one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon: spectacular Crater Lake – which Bicycling Magazine calls “a scenic road that will leave you breathless.” We time this tour to take part in the Ride the Rim Oregon event (entry fee included) so you have the opportunity to ride around Crater Lake without cars!

Ride from Canada’s beautiful Capital City of Ottawa to French-speaking Québec’s vibrant city of Montréal. This unique vacation features delightful bike paths, country roads, and a collection of premiere lodgings. Enjoy a fascinating blend of history and culture on this Ottawa to Montreal cycling trip.

Starting in the picturesque town of East Boothbay, you will follow the contours of the coast, passing lighthouses, fishing villages, and charming towns all the way to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. In Acadia, you will finish your week of cycling by riding up Cadillac Mountain, the first place in the United States, to see the sunrise.

The Blueberry Route - the Véloroute des Bleuets - is a 256 km paved cycling circuit around Saint-Jean Lake, north of Québec City. Spin along flat, easy routes through national parks surrounded by forested peaks. Ride along the sapphire-blue lakeshore, through peaceful farmland and beside glittering rivers. Sample local delights from craft brews to handmade cheese to poutine, Québec's most famous dish. Explore indigenous history, Québecois culture and the Historic Village of Val-Jalbert, a "Company Town of the 1920s." Go whale-watching (July is the best time of year!) Ride 'La Route Verte' - the Green Route - alongside the St. Lawrence River into historic Old Québec, where you'll have plenty of time to explore.

The Redrock Canyons bike tour is a supported lodge to lodge road cycling tour that follows a Seldom Seen route through the Redrock Canyon Country of western Colorado and eastern Utah. This iconic region boasts striking geologic features, numerous prehistoric cultural sites and encompasses some of the “greatest unexplored wilderness in the country”

From the rusty brown of the semi-arid lowlands, to the green, gold, and purple of alpine wildflower meadows, our Colorado road bike tour provides you with a great opportunity to find out what “colorful Colorado” is all about. Teddy Roosevelt’s vision, circa 1905, was to preserve “America’s Alps”, the San Juan Mountain Range within a 1.8-million acre (3000-square mile) National Forest. Our guides live for this: sharing some of the area’s unbelievably scenic routes, the unique terrain features. Big open runs through high meadows that roll like waves, exploding in shoulder-high wildflowers. For point and shoot types, the low-key signage at the trail head, “Watch for Traffic” means sharing space with mule deer, coyotes, fox, Wild Turkey, bobcat, not to mention some 200 type of songbirds and raptors.

Bike pastoral roads. Cruise beside sparkling waters. Hike through rich old-growth forest. Spend a half-day kayaking Roche Harbor’s placid waters with a naturalist/guide. Our most popular tour of Washington’s San Juan Islands highlights the very best of life on the Salish Sea. Top it off with sumptuous lodging and fresh island cuisine. Conde Nast Traveler named Friday Harbor (where you’ll spend a good bit of time) one of the Most Beautiful Towns in America. And Fodor’s Travel Guide trumpets, “You won’t find a nicer place to ride than these islands in the Pacific Northwest’s Puget Sound.”

The San Juan Islands are a bucolic wonderland with a pace of life reminiscent of a time long passed on the mainland. Many drivers wave as they pass and you will receive one of the friendliest welcomes anywhere in the United States. You ride on quiet lanes through lush forests, past small farms, and around coves where the sun sparkles off the water. The ferries between the islands are all part of the adventure: it is not uncommon to see seals, sea lions, porpoises and even orca whales breaching.

Following the San Juan Skyway this adventure will take you through historic mining towns and over high mountain passes you will never forget. The San Juan Skyway is a 230 mile loop through Colorado’s Southwest mountains. We will spend the days riding in clean mountain air and the evenings sampling some of the best craft beer in the state. This tour will take you through Durango, Telluride, Ouray, and Silverton, Colorado while following the Skyway. You will also ride the famous Million Dollar Highway. This is one of the 10 most scenic cycling trips in the United States and a must ride for anyone interested in Cycling in Colorado.

Flame-red chiles; golden adobe; snow-whitw peaks and sapphire sky: Ansel Adems, Thomas Wolfe and Georgia O’Keeffe were all smitten with New Mexico’s intensity. Enjoy a multitude of options for cycling, hiking, culture and history – and feast richly on the region’s phenomenal cuisine. Ride the stunning High Road to Taos and the Enchanted Circle. Spend a half-day rafting the Rio Grande River; explore ancient dwellings in Bandeller and Taos pueblo, and still have time to wander Santa Fe’s renowned art district.

Bike part of the low country, a 200-mile stretch of coastal South Carolina and Georgia, from Savannah to Charleston soaking in the aristocratic charm draped in southern hospitality, through fascinating history, charming Victorian and Antebellum architectures, enjoying delectable cuisine, and a quintessential scenic character. Explore enthralling corridors of history including the Wormsloe Plantation ruins, the famed St. Helena island of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, and an authentic Gullah Geechee dinner at a plantation.

Winner of a National Geographic Adventures ’50 Tours of a Lifetime’ Award! From Seattle, Washington to East Glacier National Park, Montana. Spinning through three states and finishing with a one-of-a-kind train ride. Take on the Cascade, Selkirk and even the Rocky Mountain ranges as you spin through this 700-mile, 10-day extravaganza. On arrival in Whitefish, Montana, hop aboard Amtrak’s Empire Builder train, with private sleeping cars – and head right on back to Seattle.

Get acquainted with Northern California’s Wine Country and the Pacific Coast on our six-stage tour that even the pros would envy. We’ll expose you to valleys of world- famous vineyards‍‍‍, forests of massive redwoods, perfect pastoral landscapes and the captivating California Coast. We spend the entire week in Sonoma, the neighboring county just to the west of Napa Valley. Sonoma’s roads are exceptional for cycling accommodating a range of abilities. ‍‍‍Our tour has been designed to offer a comprehensive cycling experience within California’s celebrated Wine Country.

This challenging expedition offers you the best opportunity to explore the vastness and diversity of South America by bike. This is the only South American bicycle trip that covers the continent from top to tip, that includes up and coming Colombia, the menacing row of volcanoes in Ecuador, the majestic vistas throughout the Andes, the stunning and surreal landscapes of the Bolivian Salt Flat, the old colonial towns of Northern Argentina, allows you to cycle the entire legendary road – the Carretera Austral and savour the remoteness of Patagonia & the vineyards and lakes of southern Chile.

The Undiscovered Country For many years the beautiful country of Columbia was avoided by travelers as it suffered through cicil war. Times have changed for the better and we are excited to start the South American Epic Bicycle Expedition in this magical land. Mountains, jungle, waterfalls, coffee, beaches and thriving cities are just a few of this country’s gifts.

Coffee & Cocoa From Columbia’s capital we begin a two days massive descent into the Magalena River Valley. The next night will be spent gazing at millions of stars from the Desierto de la Tatacoa. We climb up the Cordillera Central. After more tough but beautiful days of cycling we cross into Ecuador

Volcano Alley Quito, at 2800m, the highest capital city in the world, is the jumping-off point for one of the longest and most dramatic sections on the South American Epic – Volcano Alley. In Peru we spin along the eastern edge of the Desierto de Sechura before spending a rest day on the Pacific coast. Than a spectacular climb up into the Cordillera Blanca were you can visit Huascaran National park, an UNESCO World heritage site. We end this section in Lima.

The Gringo Trail The Gringo Trail This is the fourth section of the South American Epic, Lima to Cusco Cycling along the Pacific Ocean we spin into Paracas where you may get to see the local sea lions and seals. A couple of days later you cycle into Nazca were you can visit the incredible Nazca lines. From there we will climb into the Andas mountains on our way to Cusco were you have the change to visit the world famous Machu Picchu.

Incan Highlands This short section begins in Cusco, a historic city that was for many years the capital of the Incas, one of the world’s greatest empires. Riders arriving a few days early will have the opportunity to visit legendary Machu Picchu, wander through the charming Plaza de Armas or explore the numerous museums and churches. Riders will head south through the scenic Andean altiplano. Terraced fields dot the mountainsides, a reminder of the area’s Incan heritage. On our first day the cyclists will glimpse some pre-Incan ruins at Piquillacta built around 1100 by the Wari people.

Cycling the Salt Flats Cycling the Salt Flats This is the sixth section of the South American Epic, La Paz to Salta. A few days after pedalling out of La Paz, our intrepid riders will have the unique opportunity of cycling and camping on the other-worldly, Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. A six day trek brings you into Salta in Northern Argentina.

Across the Andes This section begins in Salta with its stunning colonial architecture and friendly roadside cafes. Spinning out of town, the cyclists will find themselves pedalling through the picturesque Valles Calchaquies, passing by small villages and weaver’s workshops. A rest day in the town of Cafayate allows the riders time to explore the red rocks of the Quebrada de las Conchas and the Garganta del Diablo as well as local wineries like Finca Las Nubes which specializes in the Torrontés varietal. Heading south on historic Ruta 40 the landscape shifts from Triassic badlands to mountainsides striped with rocks of green, yellow, red, brown, purple, white and pink.

The Lake District The Lake District This is the 8th section of the South American Epic, Santiago to Puerto Montt Leaving the metropolis of Santiago, you will spin into the Colchagua valley wine growing region, alongside the Rio Mantequito, and then down Chile’s rugged Pacific Coast. You will cycle through the spectacular Lake District – an area featuring dozens of lakes, snow capped volcanoes, rushing rivers and tranquil forests. On to the harbor city of Puerto Montt. The Lake District

The Lake District The Lake District This is the 8th section of the South American Epic, Santiago to Puerto Montt Leaving the metropolis of Santiago, you will spin into the Colchagua valley wine growing region, alongside the Rio Mantequito, and then down Chile’s rugged Pacific Coast. You will cycle through the spectacular Lake District – an area featuring dozens of lakes, snow capped volcanoes, rushing rivers and tranquil forests. On to the harbor city of Puerto Montt. The Lake District

Zion National Park, Capital Reef National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, Kodachrome, Grand staircase, Escalante. Ride all these and more on this amazing tour that statrs on one side of the state and finishes on the other. Pack in more arches, bridges and National Monuments than yo can shake a spoke at!

Explore majestic, beautiful Southern Idaho, all the way from cowboy country outside of Boise to the ourdoor mecca of Sun Valley. Gorgeous Sun Valley: birthplace of the ski lift, beloved by clark Cable, Marilyn Monroe and Warren Miller, not to mention Ernest Hemingway. The Sawtooth Mountains: home over 50 peaks over 10.000 feet and over 300 mountain lakes. Ride a wide arc through this remote wilderness of expansive views and snow-dusted peaks following wild rivers and mountain grades. Golf, hike, river raft, shop – you can even go fly-fishing or wine tasting. Most of all, breath in the clear mountain air and savor the surroundings.

Our Texas Hill Country bike tour offers a good ol’ time deep in the heart of Texas. Enjoy exceptional cycling on a web of country lanes through rolling terrain where you see more Texas Longhorns than vehicles. Before your trip, you’ll arrive in San Antonio, where a vibrant music scene and cycling culture reigns. On the road, treat yourself to an authentic Texas BBQ at the Salt Lick and enjoy live music and two-step dancing at the state’s oldest dance hall all outside in the warm air. Our Texas Hill Country bike tour will show you another side to the state you probably never thought existed; lush fields bursting with vibrant bluebonnets, evocative cypress forests and old world small town wineries. This journey around one of the Lone Star State’s most beautiful regions both surprises and delights

Explore Washington DC’s iconic landmarks by riding all along the National Mall and Tidal Basin on this three hour guided bike tour. Visit the White House, U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, Pennsylvania Avenue, Smithsonian Museums, WWII Memorial, Washington Monument, Veteran’s Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and more!

Come and join us for a ride through the fabulous and remote North Cascades, Methow Valley and Leavenworth area of Washington State. This is where Seattle-area residents go for a quick and refreshing change of scenery, or weather. Enjoy more than just mountains, meadows, vineyards, lakes, and waterfalls. Ride (or Shuttle) the most scenic highway in the state. Pedal some easy and fun mountain biking terrain and enjoy a hike with glorious views. Try on some cowboy boots while you kick around the “old West” town of Winthrop, then change into lederhosen for a walk through the Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth. Ride west side rain forests surrounded by rugged peaks and passes before descending through Ponderosa pine forest to the sagebrush desert on the east-side of the Cascades. You’ll be amazed at the diversity that exists just on the other side of the Cascades!

The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park is one of the most remote regions in the USA. More then 800 years ago the Ancestral Puebloans developed a flourishing civilization in these canyons. This mountain bike adventure offers a unique historic perspective into the region.

The Gila are enchanting & remote mountains in southwest New Mexico that each May host the annual Tour of the Gila Road Race. It is apparent why this area is becoming a draw to both road and mountain cyclists. The area’s roads afford smooth pavement, minimal traffic and offers climbing that jumps back and forth across the continental divide. The Gila Bike Tour’s quiet roads are the real draw to this area, they climb, dive, twist and turn from start to finish. This tour rides through cool Ponderosa Pine forests, climbs between wilderness areas, and passes through the White Mountains, home of the La Lobo, the Mexican Grey Wolf. The quiet roads generally allow cyclists to ride two abreast so they can talk-away the miles.

The Trail of the Apaches Bike Tour explores Arizona’s empty roads rising to the impenetrable mountain strongholds of the Apache. It offers various challenging levels for differing abilities. In addition to the incredible cycling, you’ll also experience Arizona’s Sky Islands: which are mountainous biologic refuges surrounding by desert that rise thousands of feet above the surrounding desert.

Tucked into the Bitterroot Mountains of the Idaho panhandle, the “Silver Valley” is the most famous silver producing region in the world. Since the 1880’s, over 35,000 tons of silver alone has been extracted, along with untold amounts of gold, copper, zinc, lead, and rare crystals. Today, the beauty and serenity of the area, combined with a variety of easily accessible recreation opportunities, have made it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Ride the entire lenght of the valley on the Hiawatha Trail and the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, culminating with a day on the Centennial Trail into Spokane. This network of rail-trails and multi-use paths winds along rivers and lakes through wildlife refuges in the Northern Idaho Wilderness – possibly the clossest you’ll get to heaven on a bike.

Bike through forty thousand acres of raw beauty and red Aztec sandstone. Ride the Mojave Desert’s Valley of Fire – Nevada’s oldest state park, dotted with petrified trees and 2,000-year-old petroglyphs. Then head to Death Valley National Park – the country’s largest national Park – for four more days of riding and hiking through Southwest desert wonderlands. Painted badlands, eerie landscapes and Old West history make for an unforgettable journey.

The striking red, glowing orange, and vibrant yellow fall foliage colors lining our routes are among the most spectacular in Vermont and all of New England. Enjoy lightly traveled country roads that wind through classic Vermont landscapes. Spectacular Lake Champlain is nestled between Vermont’s ancient Green Mountains and the imposing high peaks of the Adirondacks. Follow routes through centuries-old farmland sprinkled with classic barns and Vermont’s signature Holstein cows.

This unique Vermont fall foliage cycling trip begins with three days of riding through small towns and covered bridges in the Lake Champlain Valley before it winds east through the Green Mountains to Stowe. Combining valley and mountain regions ensure peak foliage viewing during your trip. From country inns to a majestic lakeside estate and mountain lodge, experience the best of fall foliage, riding a select collection of Vermont’s most scenic country roads.

This Vermont bike tour in the Lake Champlain Valley kicks off with a picnic lunch on the charming Vergennes village green, perched above a waterfall.  From here, this classic route follows country roads and the lakeshore to reveal the best of Vermont’s Green Mountains and New York’s Adirondacks.

Explore Washington DC’s iconic landmarks by riding all along the National Mall and Tidal Basin on this three hour guided bike tour on an electric bike. Visit the White House, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, Veteran’s Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, new Martin Luther King Junior Memorial and more!

Tucked away in the New Mexico Rockies, this mountain bikers paradise remains largely undiscovered, even to this day. This tour is designed for serious mountain bikers. Sweet singletrack awaits you in the realm of Wheeler Peak, New Mexico’s highest summit.

Looking for an epic adventure? “ WYMODAK” stands for Wyoming- Montana-South Dakota! Start this tour in Cody and bike the chief Joseph Scenic Byway to Montana, then enjoy the challenging and magnificent Absaroka Beartooth Highway. Head east and visit Devils Tower before entering the Black Hills of South Dakota. Finish the tour with a day of riding in Badlands National Park before returning to Rapid City for flights home.

Buckle your toe clips, cowboys and cowgirls. Here comes the Wild, Wild West! Ride through lands where coal mines, gold rushes and gun battles defined the landscape and legendary turf wars were won and lost. From Cody, Wyoming, bicycle east into Bighorn National Forest, then north and west through Shoshone and Custer National Forest in the United States. Keep your eyes peeled for the country’s largest population of Bighorn sheep. Explore the lands of the Shoshone, the Arapaho, the Sioux, Chief Joseph’s Nez Perce – and the early settlers pushing west.

Yellowstone National Park Ride A Yellowstone National Park bike tour is a otherworldly experience especially if you happen to enjoy wildlife, geysers and fabulous landscapes! This tour spends three days in the National Park and then 4 days in the lesser known, but equally compelling Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. We consider Day 7’s Bear Tooth Pass […]

The Zion to Telluride Bike Tour (Z2T) traces a mountainous path across Utah and into southwestern Colorado. It is an exceptionally scenic route that showcases the high mountains, National Parks, and hot springs (ahhh!) of the Four Corners Region. Over the course of this tour it climbs the elevated plateaus of Utah and up into the mighty San Juan Mountains of Colorado.

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