Are you itching to experience a self-contained adventure, but your busy schedule gets in the way? Do you like the idea of carrying your own gear, but you prefer to stay indoors and explore local food? Then Adventure Cycling’s inn-to-inn tours are for you! These tours are typically only seven to 10 days in length, and like our traditional self-contained trips, inn-to-inn tours feature a small group of riders, usually around 14 cyclists. Each night you will rest in a hotel or motel and enjoy dinner and breakfast at local restaurants. Carrying your own personal items and just enough clothes for the week, you’ll be free to spend each evening reminiscing about the day’s riding adventures.
“I loved riding through the trees. The road that ended at the entrance to Lime Kiln State Park was awesome! There was so little traffic, it almost felt like my own private bike path that rolled along through a virtual tunnel of tall trees and sprawling ferns. Also, the morning that we decided to take an early morning ferry I so thoroughly enjoyed the ride in the growing dawn — it ranks among my favorite 10ish miles of the tour. And while some of the roads had dump truck traffic, most were exceptionally patient, slowing down and waiting to pass until it was clear.” — 2015 Tour Participant
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Photo by Tom Robertson
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.