• Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Idaho Trails tour features the best rails-to-trails riding in the country. On this trip, you cycle along four well-known trails (the Centennial Trail, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene, the Route of the Hiawatha, and the NorPac Trail) in three states (Washington, Idaho, and Montana). This is an ideal trip for those who enjoy no- to low-traffic trail riding on flat asphalt and packed gravel surfaces. Enjoy gorgeous scenery, great inns and good company on this exciting new tour.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Jackson, including several intriguing sites that figure in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Our Natchez Trace tour is a perfect late-season biking destination on quiet roads — with added bonuses for history buffs. Enjoy famous southern hospitality, trees festooned with Spanish moss, and views of the mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a restricted-access road with no commercial traffic built by the U.S. Park Service in the 1930s to honor this historic trail and road. Enjoy exploring rural areas along the Trace — and the fine cities of Natchez and Vicksburg, including several intriguing sites that figure large in the history of the Civil War and of the South.
  • Located in the Pacific Northwest — north of Seattle, Washington — the San Juan Islands are known for their stunning shorelines and their laid back attitude. These islands are best known for bicycling, whale watching, and sea kayaking. You visit three of these gorgeous islands on our San Juan Islands Tour. As you pedal the idyllic roads, you’ll relish the islands’ natural beauty, explore their charming villages, enjoy leisurely meals offering cuisine from the Pacific Northwest, and relax at welcoming inns. While the daily mileage may seem short, the island’s hills offer a challenge. Bring your binoculars to best enjoy the marine wildlife!
  • Located in the Pacific Northwest — north of Seattle, Washington — the San Juan Islands are known for their stunning shorelines and their laid back attitude. These islands are best known for bicycling, whale watching, and sea kayaking. You visit three of these gorgeous islands on our San Juan Islands Tour. As you pedal the idyllic roads, you’ll relish the islands’ natural beauty, explore their charming villages, enjoy leisurely meals offering cuisine from the Pacific Northwest, and relax at welcoming inns. While the daily mileage may seem short, the island’s hills offer a challenge. Bring your binoculars to best enjoy the marine wildlife!
  • The Hill Country of Texas is a fantastic late fall and early spring biking destination with scenic roads, great food and high-quality inns. The Hill Country sits atop the Edwards Plateau and in many ways is the geographic and cultural border between the U.S. Southwest and South. The area is unique for its fusion of Spanish and German influences on food, beer, architecture and music that form a distinctively local “Texan” culture. Our Tour of the Texas Hill Country begins and ends in Austin, and we recommend you spend extra time there before or after the tour. Settlement in Texas focused on the crystal clear waterways of the Hill Country, and our trip highlights this — with the start along the Blanco and Guadalupe Rivers and the end of the trip along the Pedernales River. We feature three nights in Fredericksburg, allowing time to explore some of the best routes in the area, great food and a hike on the largest pink granite dome in the U.S. Each day has some riding along the river valleys without too much climbing — and optional routes with additional miles. Spring trips will bring Texas bluebonnets and other wildflowers, while fall trips bring subtle fall colors and a great location to end your biking season.