From the towering Rockies in the West to the northern tip of the Appalachians along the Gulf of St. Lawrence, our neighbors to the north provide an incredible landscape for your next adventure. Whether you pedal through the heartland of French Canada in Québec or ride the backroads of the Great Divide or the Selkirk Loop, the “True North strong and free” offers sublime cycling — with a side of poutine. What’re you waiting for? Mount(ie) up and head north of the border!
Self Contained. A multimoldal adventure deep in the heart of Alaska beginning with a ferry ride along the costal tail of this wild state.
Inn to Inn. Going-to-the-Sun Road was conceived as a way to permit visitors a glimpse of Glacier National Park’s mountainous interior without the need to travel by foot or horseback. Completed in 1932 after 11 years of work, this engineering and scenic marvel accounts for only one day of our spectacular Glacier-Waterton Loop!
Self Contained. The world's longest mountain bike route is over 20 years old and better than ever. Ride the Great Divide's spectacular Canadian section and see why Outside magazine called it one of "The Best Backcountry Adventure Trips in America."
Self Contained. Beginning in Adventure Cycling’s hometown of Missoula, Montana, we’ll strike out northward through a continuum of spectacular country, including some of the wildest areas remaining in North America, as we traverse the remote roads of northern British Columbia, the Yukon Territory, and the great state of Alaska.
Inn to Inn. This inn-to-inn trip will explore northwest Nova Scotia's countryside and skirt the Bay of Fundy. Beautiful landscapes and quiet roads make for great riding, and charming small towns will be a relaxing respite after each day in the saddle.
Fully Supported. If you’ve been led to believe the Lone Star State is pancake flat, this weeklong bike tour through the rolling Texas Hill Country will prove otherwise. Plus, you’ll love the dazzling displays of spring wildflowers and Texas barbecue.
Inn to Inn. Spend a long weekend riding the scenic roads that bring you through Maine’s only National Park - Acadia. Relax by the rocky Otter Cliffs, listen to Thunder Hole, and maybe even take a trip on the famous Carriage Roads.