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Tours in the Pacific States

Highway 1 can make a strong claim to being America’s most iconic road — and with ocean views, gentle curving blacktop, and sights ranging from towering redwoods to bustling cities, who could argue? Of course, Highway 1 doesn’t hog all the great riding on the left coast, and whether you’ve got your heart set on sandy siestas or swooping descents through thick forests, the Pacific Coast region offers some of our most spectacular tours, whether for a week or an epic journey down America’s sunset side.

Alaska Great Northern Adventure
Alaska Great Northern Adventure

Self Contained. A multimoldal adventure deep in the heart of Alaska beginning with a ferry ride along the costal tail of this wild state.

Crater Lake
Crater Lake

Inn to Inn. Prepare for challenging riding and mind-blowing mountain scenery as we go up, over, down, and around the heart of Oregon’s Cascade Range. Pack light — we’ll stay indoors at a slate of hotels and mountain lodges, where we’ll take advantage of civilized dining and great swimming in several high-mountain lakes.

Intro to Road Touring - Oregon
Intro to Road Touring - Oregon

Self Contained. As the experts on self-contained bicycle travel, we'd like to share our knowledge by offering our Introduction to Road Touring (IRT) course. Two days of open-air, informal campground discussions will be followed by a fun, four-day tour of the Oregon coastal area.

Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe

Self Contained. Crisp mountain air, stunning vistas, and a pristine alpine lake — what more could you want out of an epic weekend on two wheels? On this long weekend tour, we’ll enjoy the altitude of the Sierra Nevadas as we circumnavigate the stunning Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America!

Olympic Discovery Trail
Olympic Discovery Trail

Van Supported. Traverse the Olympic Peninsula and be immersed in the landscape so unique to Washington State: rocky coastlines, snow capped mountains, marine wildlife, and temperate rainforests combine to make cycling across the peninsula a truly one-of-a-kind bike touring experience.

Pacific Coast
Pacific Coast

Van Supported. We'll experience some of the finest terrain and tour some of the coolest cities in the world! From our border with Canada, we'll head south through the lush forests of western Washington before following the Columbia River to the Oregon coast, where we'll encounter some of the nicest state parks in the country.

Pacific Coast South
Pacific Coast South

Self Contained. The Pacific Coast South tour is among the world's most popular bicycle rides, traveling along some of the most marvelous coastline on the planet. We'll pedal out of Sausalito and ride over the Golden Gate Bridge, through San Francisco, and past a string of state beaches. Big Sur is a highlight as we travel the desolate, beautiful Central California Coast toward San Diego.

Southern Tier
Southern Tier

Van Supported. The Southern Tier has become one of our most popular tours, and it's easy to see why. This cross-country route is 1,200 miles shorter than either the Northern Tier or TransAm yet offers epic quantities of scenery and shoulder-season sunshine.

Washington's San Juan Islands
Washington's San Juan Islands

Inn to Inn. This weeklong 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.

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Cycle the Divide - Montana
Cycle the Divide - Montana

Fully Supported. Here’s your chance to sample our heralded Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, fully supported and load-free! We’ll travel from the lively resort town of Whitefish, located near Glacier National Park, to the southern end of the spectacular Swan Range, one of Montana’s less-visited geologic gems.

Acadia and Mt. Desert Island
Acadia and Mt. Desert Island

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.