Guided Tours

Whether you're looking for a week in the southern sun to kick-start your cycling season, or wishing to fulfill your dream of cycling across the United States, we have an adventure for you. Our early, epic and educational tours include tours that depart before May 31, are more than 21 days in length, or are educational courses. Our complete 2015 tours schedule will be announced October 8.

Can't wait? Check out our remaining 2014 tours to sign up for an adventure this fall.

Epic 2015 Tours

2015 Early Self Contained & Inn to Inn Tours

2015 Early Fully Supported & Van Supported Tours

2015 Educational Courses

Adventure Cycling Association offers self-contained, inn-to-inn, fully supported, and van-supported trips. We also offer educational courses and family tours. Be sure to check out our Best Tours for Beginners, Epic Adventures, and Mountain Bike Tours.

Need Help Choosing Your Tour?

Unsure of the best Adventure Cycling tour to choose based on your bicycling abilities or schedule? You may want to try using our Compare Tours matrix, where you can sort trips by departure date, tour type, difficulty level, etc. You may also email us at, or call us at (800) 755-2453 x 3 or 406-721-1776 x 3. between 8 AM to 5 PM Mountain Time. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

2014 Testimonials

"On a scale of 1 to 10, the trip was a 15."

"My overall experience was fantastic. The tour was organized very well, the scenery was breathtaking, and I enjoyed pedaling and camping with new friends."

"I enjoyed every aspect of the trip. The group was fantastic, the staff very knowledgable, helpful, and organized. Days on the bike were great, and even the off-bike activities helped the group bond — so much so, I just wanted the trip to keep on going, all the way to Mexico!"


Why Ride with Us?

Riders find our trips among the best values in bike travel. Our tours feature experienced leaders, attract wonderful people, have an intimate feel, and leave you feeling refreshed — ready to face the world or another bike trip!

Photo by Dennis Coello