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Big Sur Spectacular

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, half board
Start:
California, Monterey

Big Sur - The greatest meeting of land & sea. A 90-mile cycling stretch of rugged and awesomely beautiful Pacific coastline, bordered by Carmel to the north and San Simeon (Hearst Castle) to the south.
Scenic Highway One winds along its length, tucked between the majestic Santa Lucia Mountains and the rocky Pacific Coast.

6 days
216 mi
$ 2,695.-
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California Central Coast

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, half board
Start:
California, San Jose

The roads, the scenery, the mild weather, the wine country, the inviting towns with quaint inns and restaurants: it’s no wonder that the California Central Coast region is such a popular bike touring destination.

6 days
208 mi
$ 2,695.-
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Calistoga Wine tour

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, Calistoga

This is a one day bike tour off the beaten path look at the scenic upper Napa Valley. You’ll cycle over mostly flat, easy terrain and along country lanes to small, family owned wineries that truly represent the Napa Valley.

1 day
13 mi
$ 159.-
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Carneros Wine tour

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, Napa

Explore the wide open spaces of California's Burgundy, only ten minutes from Napa. A 1-day tour through one of the best cycling areas in the Napa Valley – quiet, little traffic, small family-owned wineries.

1 day
19 mi
$ 159.-
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Classic Wine Weekend

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
California, Calistoga

Weekend touring in Wine Country. Relaxed cycling to some of the favorite wineries in Calistoga and Healdsburg.

3 days
44 mi
$ 1,589.-
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Coast and Desert

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
Calfornia, San Diego

This bike trip offers the very best in warm-weather, winter biking. You will bike along the magnificent Pacific Coast of Southern California. Leaving the ocean behind, you will stay in Julian, a mountain gold rush town and in Borrego Springs. You will then bike through desert badlands to the world-famous Salton Sea and through the vineyards of Temecula Valley wine country.

6 days
225 mi
$ 2,495.-
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Coast-2-Coast Ride

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, half board
Start:
California, San Diego

Fully supported bicycle adventure crossing the entire United States. This Event starts at the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean in San Diego, California and 52 days later ends on the white sand beach of St. Augustine, Florida.
This tour is often already fully booked in November!

52 days
4508 km
$ 10,700.-
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Desert Escape

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, half board
Start:
California, Palm Springs

A perfect winter-training tour. Just a short distance away from the major urban areas of Southern California lies the Anza-Borrego Desert, a great dry basin ringed by high mountains. In the center of this large desert park is Borrego Springs, a “quaint desert resort town with no traffic and clean air”. Wide and empty roads stretch across the valley floor with mountain vistas in every direction. Two desert ecosystems merge in Joshua Tree National Park, an area abundant with diverse flora and fauna. Mild Winter weather, a quiet town, empty biking roads, great lodging and dining: these are the ingredients that make up an ideal trip.

6 days
301 mi
$ 2,795.-
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Golden Gate to Sausalito e- bike

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, San Francisco

The best way to see the Golden Gate Bridge! Enjoy spectacular views as you cross this amazing bridge by bicycle to Sausalito. The guided tour included all-day bike rental, so riders can explore more on their own after the the tour ends.

1 day
9 mi
$ 95.-
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Healdsburg Wine Country Tour

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, Healdsburg

Cycle the Dry Creek and Alexander Valley along tranquil paved back roads, through golden hills, fields of grape vines and majestic olive trees to family owned wineries for one of the best cycling day trips in the country.

1 day
7 mi
$ 159.-
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Death Valley & Red Rock Mountain Bike Tour

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Nevada, Las Vegas

Leaving the tourist spots behind, we mountain bike into the surprising backcountry of Death Valley. Ride along ancient mining tracks and ghost towns and cycle seldom-traveled dirt roads into the backside of Red Rock Canyon. Finally, cycling the mustang trails will complete your appreciation for the untamed Spirit of the Mojave!

5 days
160 mi
$ 1,619.-
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Napa - Sonoma ride

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Self-Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, room & breakfast
Start:
California, Santa Rosa

The routes take you through the Napa Valley and into Sonoma County. These areas have some of the best cycling in the world; with riding for all levels. All on quiet country lanes and with California’s great weather. Ride from the pristine wine valleys to the ruggedly beautiful Pacific Coast.

7 days
300 km
$ 2,555.-
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Sonoma Wine Country & Coast

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, half board
Start:
California, San Fransisco

Get acquainted with Northern California’s Wine Country and the Pacific Coast on our six-stage tour that even the pros would envy. We’ll expose you to valleys of world- famous vineyards‍‍‍, forests of massive redwoods, perfect pastoral landscapes and the captivating California Coast. We spend the entire week in Sonoma, the neighboring county just to the west of Napa Valley. Sonoma’s roads are exceptional for cycling accommodating a range of abilities. Our tour has been designed to offer a
comprehensive cycling experience within California’s celebrated Wine Country.

6 days
210 mi
$ 2,795.-
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Spectacular Sonoma By Bike

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, no meals
Start:
California, Santa Rosa

This is the ultimate of the luxury 6 day wine country bike tour. We have combed our area for not only great rides but the best of the best of the Wine Country. Forged from hard won experience and inspired with a touch of European travel flair, you stay at the best hotels, dine at the finest restaurants and experience Sonoma Country in a way only a local would know.

6 days
240 mi
$ 3,600.-
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Downtown Los Angeles Bike Tour

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, Los Angeles

This easy bike ride will take in all the highlights of Downtown L.A. Leaving from Grand Central Market, L.A.’s 100 year old food hall, it is a perfect place to enjoy lunch and a beer after the ride. We will see Olvera Street, Angel’s Flight, Chinatown, Grand Park, Grand Avenue museums and performing arts center, Broadway theater district and all the historic core DTLA has to offer.

1 day
8 mi
$ 40.-
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California Coast Mountain Bike Tour

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
California, San Jose

Our trip offers a little bit of everything on our scenic ride in the surrounding area of Santa Cruz, California.
Many routes are above 7,000 feet, and peak climbs require healthy lungs, but the phenomenal singletrack riding coupled with remarkable scenery make the effort well worthwhile.

4 days
85 mi
$ 2,122.-
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Santa Barbara and the Central Coast

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, room & breakfast
Start:
California, Ventura

Escape the concrete jungle with a 6-day tour of California’s central coast. With diverse landscapes ranging from sandy beaches of the Pacific Coast Highway to the rolling vine covered hillsides of wine country, California’s Central Coast is home to some of the premier cycling terrain in the world. Imagine yourself on the same roads as some of the world’s most elite riders, including 4 years of the Tour of California in the past decade, as well as the annual spring training for the Tour de France. With the flexibility of multiple route options available to all skill levels, and the assistance of our cycling expert, make this the active vacation experience you’ve been dreaming of.

6 days
160 mi
$ 2,595.-
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Golden Gate to Sausalito

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Easy
Lodging:
n.a.
Start:
California, San Francisco

The best way to see the Golden Gate Bridge! Enjoy spectacular views as you cross this amazing bridge by bicycle to Sausalito. The guided tour included all-day bike rental, so riders can explore more on their own after the the tour ends.

1 day
9 mi
$ 55.-
Cycling conditions There is a good cycling awareness, particularly in the larger cities. Because of the sometimes high traffic intensity cyclists have to take care in this densely populated areas. The State encourages and supports cycling projects. There is ample supply of bicycle tours. Landscape California's landscape is infinitely varied. The dry Sierra Nevada Mountain Range in the east, and the Coastal Range hills in the west. North of San Francisco (Marin and the wine area) it is hilly and forested. South of San Francisco, between two mountain ranges, is the green Central Valley. California has the highest point in continental U.S., Mt. Whitney, as well as the lowest point, Death Valley. Climate The climate differs from one part of the state to the other. The north is wetter than the south. The coastal areas in the north are cool in summer and have mild winters. Along the coast south of San Francisco the weather is always mild. In the Central Valley, the summers are hot and winters are cold. ›› More information on California on Wikipedia
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