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Coast-2-Coast Ride



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!

Recreational, Road bike
52 days
4508 km / 2801 mi
$ 9,500.-
  • Camping gear inclusive.
  • Surcharge of $200 for a large tent for 1 person.
  • As a recreational tour we recommend to use a lightweight touring bike / hybrid.
  • NOTE: This tour is booked up quickly.
  • The night before and the night after the tour are not included in the price.
  • 50% of the registration fee must be sent at time of registration.

    Please note: this tour has a restrictive cancellation policy.



Recreational, Road bike
52 days
Easy = untrained, normal physical condition
Moderate = regular cyclist, good condition
Challenging = experienced, well trained
Guided = with cycling guide(s) - support van
Self Guided = individual - directions+maps
Daily distance
100-120 km / 62-75 mi
Total distance
4508 km / 2801 mi
3000 m / 9842 ft
Deluxe = 4-5 star hotel or excellent B&B
Basic = 1-2 star hotel/motel or B&B
Camping = tent, sports hall or campus
Camping, half board
Luggage transport
Daily luggage transfers
Not included
01 Mar 2019 - 22 Apr 2019
Tour 2019 is sold out.
If you like you can send a email to be placed on a waitlist.
San Diego (11.00)
St. Augustine, FL (16.00)
San Diego airport
Airport at start
San Diego Int. Airport (SAN)
Airport at finish
Jacksonville Int. Airport (JAX), Orlando Int Airport (MCO)


Price per person
The tour price per person
$ 9,500.-
single person in large tent
The Bubba Dome is a very large tent which allows you the ability to stand and move about. A very popular upgrade.
$ 200.-
Single supplement
If you travel alone a single supplement is charged. With some group tours you can avoid a single supplement by sharing a room with another rider.
$ 300.-


This tour offers 45 days of hassle-free riding with 7 non-riding days while crossing eight different states. If you wish to explore this country, meet locals, visit local attractions, see, smell feel and taste this country like you can do only from the seat of a bicycle all while being pampered, this is the trip. You will be bicycling mostly on very lightly traveled back roads.

After dipping your rear wheel into the Pacific Ocean, you will start heading east up and over the coastal California mountains into the deserts of Arizona.
Crossing into the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, you will be riding surrounded the beauty of the Chiricahua and Pelencillo Mountains. The wide-open spaces of Western Texas and the beautiful wild-flowers of the Texas Hill Country are sights you will never forget.
The route flattens out as you head into Cajun Country, an area known for its great music and wonderful food. You will take a ferry across the Mississippi River, one of only two sections of the entire route you can make progress without pedaling. You will spend two days in Mississippi before hitting the white sand beaches of Alabama.
A ferry ride across the Mobile Bay will take you into Florida. Finally, into Florida we head to the oldest city in the country, St. Augustine, where a front wheel dipping celebration awaits you.

This Event is fully supported, including support vehicles and bike mechanic. All camping gear is provided and the Ride does all the work associated with camping as well. Your top quality tent will be set-up and taken down daily by the staff and your baggage will be delivered to your tent. You sleep on a nice thick air mattress.
This is primarily a camping tour, however, there will be 32 tent nights and 20 non-tent nights along the way as well (motels, hotels or inside a building on air mattresses in one big room). All fees associated with over-night lodging is included. Fresh towels and wash cloths daily.
Cold drinks and snacks can be enjoyed under the canopies while sitting on deluxe camp chairs. All breakfasts and dinners are provided and will be a combination of eating out allowing you the chance to experience local flavor as well as freshly prepared meals in camp.

Map & Routes



You ride this tour on your own bicycle.
  • You will receive more information about how to fly your bicycle to the U.S. after the booking of your tour.
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