With input from our leaders, staff, and Adventure Cycling members, we are always developing new routes and adventures to offer you. Here are the tours we have recently added to our lineup. Grab a seat and come along for the ride.
Photo by Mike Lessard
Van Supported. Get a second dose of summer with this Sunshine State ride. You can smile wide as you ride knowing you’re enjoying miles of sunny, warm weather!
Inn to Inn. Maui, Lanai, and Moloka’i: three of Hawaii’s most beautiful islands and the setting for an unrivaled bicycle travel adventure. This unique tour features a ferry and a charter boat to bring together these three Hawaiian islands into a single bicycle tour.
Van Supported. Explore America’s legendary route to freedom on our incredible Underground Railroad (UGRR) tour. We’ll be immersed in history as we ride from the Deep South to Niagara Falls through the landscapes and communities that provided shelter and aid to freedom seekers.
Inn to Inn. Verdant valleys harboring crystal-clear streams, mountain passes, and steep slopes ablaze with Indian paintbrush characterize this new weeklong, inn-to-inn tour of southwest Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. Could it get any better? Yes! We’ll stay each night in a cozy mountain inn or motel and feast at local restaurants. During the days, we’ll drink in the scenery and breathe in the Rocky Mountain air.
Self Contained. An Epic Gap Summer tour aimed at 18-35 year olds looking to tackle the historic 4,253-mile TransAmerica Trail.
Self Contained. A multimoldal adventure deep in the heart of Alaska beginning with a ferry ride along the costal tail of this wild state.
Self Contained. An Epic Gap Summer tour aimed at 18-35 year olds looking to tackle the Great Divide from the bottom up!
Leadership Training Course. Our leadership courses are for more experienced touring cyclists looking to lead their own trips or become Adventure Cycling tour leaders.
Self Contained. Venture through southern Alaska and the Yukon on this wild adventure. We’ll visit Haines and Whitehorse and travel the Alaska Marine and Klondike highways, spotting amazing wildlife and exploring old towns along the way. This journey offers stunning scenery, gold-rush history, alpine lakes, and coastal rainforests.
Van Supported. Colorado! Let the van carry the gear while you concentrate on numerous hot springs, four high-mountain passes, and two layover days in Steamboat Springs and Glenwood Springs. It's time to enjoy Colorado’s high country!
Fully Supported. When it comes to show-stopping seascapes and world-class bicycling, it’s hard to beat the Oregon coast.
Van Supported - From the rocky Maine Coast to the rugged White Mountains, this trip has some of the best of New England. Starting just outside of Portland, Maine, we’ll work our way to the mountains via the Lakes Region. Once in the White Mountains, we’ll be stunned by the scenery. Riding the Kangamangus Highway, sites of the Presidential Mountains, lighthouses, and some fantastic downhills are all in store for our adventure.
Van Supported. The phrase “Route 66” evokes visions of the Great American Road Trip. Today the bicycle is the vehicle of choice for many looking to get their kicks on the Mother Road across the Prairie State.
Self Contained. If you’ve got two and a half weeks to spend on a bike, there’s no better spot on earth than the Pacific Northwest section of Adventure Cycling’s Pacific Coast Route.
Van Supported. Edward Abbey once described the deserts of southwest Utah as “Light and space without time, I think, for this country with only the slightest traces of human history.” Join us, and find out what Abbey meant: Mountain biking slowly and exposed to nature’s elements is the ideal way to take in the spirit of this land.
Van Supported. With good reason, this classic Pacific Coast South tour is among the world’s most popular bicycle rides. It goes from one beloved California city to another, by way of some of the world’s most marvelous coastline.
Self Contained. 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. This spring, you won’t need to worry about traffic as you ride your hybrid or mountain bike some 330 miles on hard-packed, gently graded gravel and dirt trails from the heart of the nation’s capital north to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.