Gators and great food highlight many of our trips down south, but this year-round cycling destination is far from a one-note song — this is the home of the blues and Rock n’ Roll, after all! Ride the snaking roads of Appalachia or along the sugar-sand beaches of the Carolinas, heck, it doesn’t matter where you’re headed as long as there’s BBQ or gumbo at the end of a long day in the saddle. Find some shade under sprawling live oak tree, and don’t forget a Wet-Nap — BBQ sauce on the handlebars can get sticky!
Van Supported. This van-supported trip will explore a portion of the Arkansas High Country Adventure Route. This challenging ride will be perfect for a gravel grinder or hardtail mountain bike. The tour has a lot of gravel and quiet low-traffic routes exploring the rugged Ouachita Mountains.
Van Supported. This van-supported grand tour of the Atlantic Coast leads past battlefields, our country’s earliest European settlements, and a handful of major cities. So much more than a 63-day, 2,800-mile bike tour up the Eastern Seaboard — this tour is a history lesson on the go, where the past comes to life in dynamic ways.
Van Supported. Get a second dose of summer with this Sunshine State ride. You can smile wide as you ride knowing you're enjoying 300 miles of sunny, warm weather!
Self Contained. Get a second dose of summer with this Sunshine State ride. You can smile wide as you ride knowing you're enjoying 387 miles of sunny, warm weather!
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 Williamsburg, VA area.
Van Supported.The Natchez Trace Parkway is one of the North American continent's crown-jewel byways. We're going to pedal every inch of this nearly continuous greenway linking the southern Appalachian foothills and the bluffs of the lower Mississippi River.
Fully Supported. Bicycle through the heart of Cajun Country and partake of all the food, music, and culture that Acadiana has to offer. On this relaxed tour you can enjoy jambalaya, crawfish pie, and gumbo, and you'll find that the spicy cuisine of southern Louisiana is complemented by its mellow terrain.
Fully Supported. Come experience cycling the best of the Southeast. Travel along the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway from Ridgeland to Natchez, a Southern jewel of a town. You’ll visit historic sites, enjoy scenic back road riding, and eat some spectacular Southern food!
Self Contained. 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.
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.
Van Supported. The Sunshine and Space Coast tour is a great way to see more of what Florida has to offer besides crowded theme parks. This tour will give you a backroad look at a quieter side of the Sunshine State and finish with a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. Possibly even a rocket launch! And what's more, our van will do the heavy lifting.
Self Contained. Thousands of cyclists have pedaled the 4,253-mile TransAmerica Trail and will tell you they captured a lifetime's worth of memories along their tour. For many traveling cyclists who haven't yet experienced the TransAm, it remains the holy grail of American bicycle tours.
Fully Supported. “Majestic,” “striking,” and “otherworldly” are just some of the words used to describe the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ll see it all from your saddle as you cycle along lightly traveled roads and portions of the unforgettable Mickelson Trail.
Van Supported. Celebrate more than 20 years of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route along some of the famous route’s most remote and spectacular miles in the shadow of Wyoming’s mighty Wind River Range.
Van Supported. This great tour reaches nearly 11,000 feet on the Beartooth Highway, cycles through America's first national park and the world's first such preserve, which was established in 1872 and covers an area of 3,468 square miles, and visits the magnificent Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone's neighbor to the south.