USA

In California, pedal through the famous vineyards of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys; come in February when the venerable Tour of California with the professionals chasing yellow. In Oregon, cycle a route from Astoria to the California border that has been rated by Bicycle Magazine as one of the 25 best on the planet. In Utah enjoy breathtaking canyons carved out by ancient rushing rivers and a landscape filled with towering mesas. Imagery of the Old West will fill you as you pedal past soaring arches and rocky spires, while taking the time to explore unexpected green valleys that were once home to wild mustangs. No wonder it’s a dream destination for the adventurous cyclist.

Maui Biking

Looking for somewhere to travel during the months between November and April? Look no further than Hawaii and the island of Maui. It’s our favourite island for many reasons: it has reliably warm and sunny climate, great cycling, and plenty of other non-biking water sport activities to fill your days including surfing, stand-up paddle-boarding, and outrigger canoeing. You will see whales, loggerhead turtles, birdlife and more. We’ve designed this itinerary to have you stay in Kihei, on the Napili Coast in West Maui, and Pa’ai to give you access to the best riding (without requiring shuttles) and to allow you to experience the variety of this island.
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Napa Valley Biking

Like the bouquet of a spicy Zinfandel, the wine country of California, north of San Francisco, opens up to reveal many delights and pleasures. Napa Valley and Sonoma County are synonymous with great wine and fine food and dining. By bike, discover shady back lanes, towering redwood groves, a surprising Russian history and delightful pedaling – past vineyards and wine chateaus of every conceivable design.
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Oregon – Bend, Three Sisters and Crater Lake

What to say about Bend, Oregon? It’s the quintessential American dream town with a vibrant and charming downtown filled with funky shops and great restaurants (and 22 craft breweries). Outside of town, there is great road cycling, miles of single-track for mountain bike enthusiasts, alpine lakes to paddle and swim and more. Our trip starts here and our cycling includes classic road rides to Three Sisters, and Oregon’s signature ride, around Crater Lake. We stay in beautiful boutique lodges and provide ample time to relax and enjoy all that Oregon offers.
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Oregon Coast Biking

Rated by many as one of the classic bike routes in North America, the Oregon Coast deserves this praise. With spectacular ocean views, beautiful beaches as well as quiet farmlands and forest, it’s a rite of passage for every touring cyclist. Beginning in Astoria, we’ll ride south, visiting Tilamook, the Three Capes Scenic Route, the Oregon Dunes and more, finishing with some of the most breathtaking scenery of the entire Pacific coast.
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Solvang, Santa Barbara & Ojai

The Santa Ynes Valley, Santa Barbara and Ojai are the crown jewels of southern California cycling country. Starting in the charming village of Los Olivos we explore the quiet country roads around Solvang and the Santa Ynez valley, home to hundreds of wineries and stunning landscapes. In Santa Barbara, visit the Old Mission and then cycle along the coast. Surfing anyone? And in Ojai find your chakras and enjoy this haven for yogis and the boho-chic; it’s an uber cool town that happens to also boast great cycling and hiking options. As you might guess, food and wine lovers will find their nirvana in each of these locales as we show you the best that SoCal has to offer.
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Utah Biking

Journey to the spectacular canyonlands of southern Utah visiting three national parks or monuments. Pedal amongst towering mesas and red cliffs, graced with ancient petroglyphs. Picnic under stone arches and follow the course of the mighty Colorado River. Enjoy high desert vistas and breathtaking views from mountain tops. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the American south west and take home memories that will last a lifetime.
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