If you must cancel your trip reservation for any reason, it is your responsibility to notify Adventure Cycling Association immediately in writing via email or U.S. mail.
Payment schedule: A deposit is due upon your tour registration. Final tour payment is due 90 days prior to tour departure.
Late Payments: If full tour payment has not been received 60 days before the tour departure, and we have not heard from you via phone or email about your full tour payment, your spot on the tour will be canceled and all funds previously paid will be forfeited.
Transfers between trips are allowed only within the same calendar year for trips that depart before August 1. Transfers between trips that depart after August 1 are allowed for the current or next calendar year. In all cases, an administrative transfer fee of $100 will be applied.
Adventure Cycling Association reserves the right to cancel or combine trips. If this results in a revised departure date unacceptable to a participant, the participant’s tour fees will be refunded.
In order to maintain reasonable tour prices, Adventure Cycling Association will not make exceptions to this cancellation and transfer policy.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Avoid purchasing non-refundable travel tickets before confirming through Adventure Cycling Association that your tour departure is confirmed 60 days prior to the trip start date.
Adventure Cycling Association’s tours team sincerely wishes for every trip participant to attend and complete the tour of their choice. In an effort to plan for unexpected personal emergencies, health issues, weather, and transportation problems that might cause you to cancel or shorten your trip, travel insurance is strongly advised. Adventure Cycling recommends that you purchase travel insurance from MH Ross Travel Insurance Services, Inc.
Van Supported. This eight-day, van-supported tour explores the challenge of the terrain and the awe-inspiring beauty and diversity of the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina.
Inn to Inn. This week-long inn-to-inn tour weaves along the glorious northwestern coastline of Washington’s Puget Sound and through its famous San Juan Islands, offering an irresistible combination of manageable daily mileages and world-class scenery.
Self Contained. The Alpine section of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route winds through Colorado past some of the Rocky Mountains' biggest peaks, with most of the riding at elevations above 9,000 feet. Bring along your lung capacity, and come pedal among many of the most spectacular "fourteeners" in Colorado.