Once the snow melts and the final glimpses of winter disappear, the glory of spring is imminent. Blooming flowers and rays of sunshine not only signal new life in the world but a newfound inspiration in ourselves to get outside and explore on a spring bicycle tour! Take in the beautiful Southwestern culture that draws influence from the local Yavapai Tribe in Sedona, or reconnect with nature’s stunning creation through Utah’s Bryce and Zion National Parks. Cycle past blooming Bluebonnets in Texas, spin down the Mississippi River Trail, a designated bicycle route network that parallels the length of the Mississippi River in Natchez Trace, thrive in Niagara Wine Country’s vineyards, explore underneath the canopies of Spanish moss in Savannah, ride along the shimmering Pacific Coast in Sonoma, or choose to bask in the vibrant European vibes of Canada’s Quebec City
Savannah, GA / Charleston, SC
The low country, a 200-mile stretch of coastal South Carolina and Georgia, covers a region that exudes an aristocratic charm draped in southern hospitality, fascinating history, charming Victorian and Antebellum architectures, delectable cuisine, and a quintessential scenic character. This relatively easier cycling trip will take you through and around the historic Savannah, GA, Gorgeous Beaufort, and Charming Charleston, SC.
St. George, Utah
Welcome to the awe-inspiring crown jewels of the Southwest where you commune with nature amid some of North America’s most magnificent landscapes. Explore Zion’s magnificent sandstone slot canyons and Bryce Canyon’s surreal maze of red spires. Soak up the Old West atmosphere at historic park lodges in the heart of American canyon-lands on this Bryce and Zion National Park Bike Tour.
Prescott, AZ / Sedona, AZ
The Northern Arizona tour features outstanding biking, hiking, kayaking, unparalleled natural wonders, and a diverse selection of culinary options. The tour takes you through one of the most beautiful regions in the world, based around the cities of Prescott and Sedona.
San Antonio, Texas
Texas Hill Country is one of the best places in the country for scenic and peaceful bicycling. Tour historic and beautiful LBJ Ranch by bike. Cycle to the legendary country music hamlet of Luckenbach. Visit famous historic sites, including the Alamo, El Mercado, and La Villita and ride the Mission Trail.
Québec City, and much of the French-speaking Province of Québec, feels worlds away despite its close proximity to the US. Routes closely trace rivers sailed by Frenchman Samuel de Champlain as he extended his exploration from Québec City, and the settlement he established there, southwest to Lake Champlain. The ride follows some of the oldest routes in North America, winding through small villages, past tidy farms, and by imposing churches that serve as centerpieces for their towns. The friendly Québécois speak some English but are always appreciative of even piecemeal attempts to communicate in French so, début practiquer votre Français maintenant!
With more than 425 wineries, miles of stunning Pacific coastline, and a towering Redwood Forest, California's Sonoma Wine Country and Coast is a travel paradise. World-class wineries and vineyards await and we visit the magnificent Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valleys, each distinguished by their unique terrain and wines.
Antebellum mansions, southern hospitality, and miles of open roads – Welcome to Mississippi! Savor some of the south’s most delectable cuisine, tour antiquated mansions that date back to the Civil War, and discover the deep roots of this region on visits to monuments and historic sites. Cycle along the peaceful Natchez Trace Parkway, a cyclist’s paradise that is a well-paved limited access highway with very little traffic and stop in neighboring historic cities.
Buffalo, New York
Tour one of the world’s top wine regions on bike paths and country roads that are as relaxing as they are scenic. These peaceful byways are lined with vineyards, farms, orchards, and waterways that traverse the land nestled between Lakes Ontario and Erie. Ice wine put the Niagara Wine Country on the map and now the region’s Bordeaux and Burgundy-styled wines are making their mark in the worldwide arena. Fall in love with Niagara-on-the-Lake, the “prettiest town in Canada.” Follow the Niagara River Recreation Trail to a lovely park overlooking the greatest waterfall in North America—Niagara Falls. Enjoy private wine tastings at a variety of unique and highly regarded wineries, dine on some of the top cuisine in Canada, and unwind in luxurious wine country inns.