Choosing a bicycle tour can be daunting. Why? Because a cycling vacation is more than just pedaling around in pretty places.
So we are reshuffling the deck and dealing a few hands that we hope will play to your personal advantage. Can you identify with one of these sentiments? If so, it might be easier to find the right bike tour for you.
“Get me away from this cold weather!”
When winter’s growing old in February and March or is just starting to sneak up on you in November, you need warmth. And sunshine. And some tropical vibes. You need Florida. These two tours will chase away the winter blues.
“I only have a long weekend.”
Hey working girls, we know how precious those paid vacation days are. These cycling tours pack a lot of fun into just a few days.
“Don’t make me pack and unpack every day!”
Our domestic hub-and-spoke tours let you stay in one hotel the entire tour, so you can sleep a little later in the morning. For our European barge tours, your bed for the week is in a cozy cabin on the boat. Ahhhh.
“My passport’s ready, but English only, please!”
Across the Atlantic, we have two back-to-back tours in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Some people sign up for both. Either way, you can leave Google Translate closed for the week. (Slang tip: If you ask for the “black stuff” in either country, you’ll get a pint of Guinness.)
“Show me the vineyards!”
Nothing readies you for a glass of wine at the end of the day like a bike ride through beautiful vineyards. These three tours trek through some of the country’s best wine-growing regions.
“Just add water and I will come alive.”
If you savor the sparkle of clear lakes or the sound of crashing ocean waves, then one of these trips will take you to your "special place."
“I’ll take a second helping of Americana!”
Amish and Mennonite farms. An abbey run by Benedictine monks. Small town charm and big river history. If you are itching to explore the diverse corners of American culture and history, then join us for one of these tours.
“I don’t want to deal with any traffic.”
If being on a bike doesn’t mix with drivers zooming by in cars, then one of our trail tours will keep you in the chill zone.