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The needles/ trails of the Ancients

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Utah, Moab

The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park is one of the most remote regions in the USA. More then 800 years ago the Ancestral Puebloans developed a flourishing civilization in these canyons. This mountain bike adventure offers a unique historic perspective into the region.

6 days
143 mi
$ 1,619.-
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Black Hills to Mt Rushmore

Type:
Recreational, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
South Dakota, Rapid City

A tour along the spectacular Great Plains of South Dakota. An oasis of pine-clad mountains and prairie land, abundant wildlife, world-class National Parks and the famous Mickelson cycling trail.

6 days
200 km
$ 2,898.-
P6031051 Gweb

Bryce and Zion colors

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Utah, St George

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color. Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos, and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offer a great experience for riders of all ability levels.

6 days
136 mi
$ 1,619.-
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Bryce and Zion colors (Inns only)

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Basic hotel, full board
Start:
Utah, St George

Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks stand as brilliant masterpieces of color - Here, every day is different. Wind through peculiar passageways of hoodoos and pink twisted cliffs! Bryce and Zion National Parks offers a great experience for riders of all ability levels. Inns on this trip are often remote, appropriate to the locations in which you ride. They are chosen for comfort, scenery, and proximity to your activities.

6 days
136 mi
$ 2,593.-
P5030186 Gweb

Grand Canyon North Rim.

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Arizona, Kaibab

Hidden in the depths of the Kaibab National Forest, the old Arizona Trail creates a unique gateway to the natural grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Lined with wildflowers, the trail takes us through ponderosa forests and shimmering aspen groves en route to an unspoiled panorama of the East view of the Grand Canyon, a place few have witnessed.

5 days
145 mi
$ 2,159.-
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Idaho Hot Springs

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Idaho, Lowman

This is six days of mountain bike trails, hot springs, and wild rivers! Explore the rugged beauty of the Sawtooth Mountains, visit remote natural hot springs along the way, and ride the legendary Deadwood-Julie Creek. Other highlights include the historic mining towns of Atlanta, Lowman and Pine.

5 days
125 mi
$ 1,402.-
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Kokopelli Trail

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Colorado, Fruita

If you've heard about the great mountain biking near Fruita, Colorado, here's your chance to see what all the talk is about! More than 140 miles of secluded trails and jeep roads. With many long ascents and an exhilarating descent on Moab's popular Porcupine Rim Trail this tour is perfect for mountain bike riders looking for a challenge.

5 days
143 mi
$ 1,185.-
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Maah Daah Hey

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
North Dakota, Medora

These 96 continuous miles of singletrack mountain bike route traverses North Dakota's rugged badlands and weave through prairie teeming with wildlife. But riders aren't drawn to this region just for the scenery; the Maah Daah Hey also offers world-class mountain biking. A real nature tour, away from civilization!

5 days
100 mi
$ 1,510.-
P6172016 Gweb

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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Wheeler Peak singletrack

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
New Mexico, Taos

Tucked away in the New Mexico Rockies, this mountain bikers paradise remains largely undiscovered, even to this day. This tour is designed for serious mountain bikers. Sweet singletrack awaits you in the realm of Wheeler Peak, New Mexico’s highest summit.

5 days
128 mi
$ 1,402.-
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Best of Phoenix

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Arizona, Phoenix

The Black Canyon trail follows a route used since the times of pre-historic Native American travelers and traders. Riders are constantly rewarded with breathtaking scenic vistas and glimpses of the varied historical activities that have echoed through these hills. The Department of the Interior officially established the route as a livestock driveway in 1919, when it was used by woolgrowers from the Phoenix area to herd sheep to and from their summer ranges in the Bradshaw and Mingus Mountains.
Many segments of the trail roughly parallel the old Black Canyon stagecoach road between Phoenix and Prescott. At present, 13.3 miles of this trail between the Emery Henderson Trailhead and Table Mesa Road, provide a pleasant route to follow.

5 days
140 mi
$ 1,294.-
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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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The Colorado Trail

Type:
Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Colorado, Montrose

The San Juan Mountains are among the wildest, most beautiful, and inaccessible mountainous areas in the lower 48 states. The trail crosses high mountain passes, beneath numerous unnamed waterfalls, and traverses fields of verdant wildflowers at elevations that rarely drop below 10,000 feet. Large fauna of most every-type inhabit this landscape. This tour offers out of the ordinary mountain biking, delivering cyclists into a backcountry setting far away from accessible trail-heads. Rarely will one see another person let alone another cyclist.
The idea is to give you an opportunity to pedal some of Colorado’s most remote, fascinating, and inaccessible terrain.It will contain sections of single track, unimproved roads, sections with hardly a trail and everything in between.

6 days
171 mi
$ 1,495.-
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Great Allegheny Passage/C&O Canal Gravel Tour

Type:
Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, room & breakfast
Start:
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh

The Great Allegheny Passage/C&O Canal Gravel Tour rides along two of the best back-to-back gravel trails in the United States. Both of these magnificent trails are steeped in history with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) trail offering a more “back in time” experience.
The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a more recent addition to the growing number of US rails-to-trails and it offers a world-class 150 mile gravel trail second to none in terms of quality and experience.

5 days
335 mi
$ 1,450.-
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South American Epic section 1

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Colombia, Cartagena

The Undiscovered Country
This is the first section of the South American Epic.
For many years the beautiful country of Colombia was avoided by travellers as it suffered through civil war. Times have changed for the better and we are excited to start the South American Epic Bicycle Expedition in this magical land. Mountains, jungles, waterfalls, coffee, beaches and thriving cities are just a few of this country's gifts.

15 days
1180 km
$ 2,950.-
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South American Epic section 2

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Ecuador, Bogota

Coffee & Cocoa
This is the second section of the South American Epic, Bogota to Quito
From Columbia’s capital we begin a two days massive descent into the Magdalena River Valley. The next night will be spent gazing at millions of stars from the Desierto de la Tatacoa. We climb up into the Cordillera Central. After more tough but beautiful days of cycling we cross into Ecuador.

16 days
1390 km
$ 3,150.-
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South American Epic section 3

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador

1. Volcano Alley
This is the third section of the South American Epic, Quito to Lima1. Quito, at 2800m, the highest capital city in the world, is the jumping-off point for one of the longest and most dramatic sections on the South American Epic - Volcano Alley.
In Peru we spin along the eastern edge of the Desierto de Sechura before spending a rest day on the Pacific coast. Than a spectacular climb up into the Cordillera Blanca were you can visit Huascarán National Park, a UNESCO World heritage site. We end this section in Lima.

24 days
2165 km
$ 4,625.-
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South American Epic section 4

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Peru, Lima

The Gringo Trail
This is the fourth section of the South American Epic, Lima to Cusco
Cycling along the Pacific Ocean we spin into Paracas where you may get to see the local sea lions and seals. A couple of days later you cycle into Nazca were you can visit the incredible Nazca lines.
From there we will climb into the Andas mountains on our way to Cusco were you have the change to visit the world famous Machu Picchu.

14 days
1130 km
$ 2,750.-
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South American Epic section 5

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Peru, Cusco, Peru

Incan Highlands
This is the fifth section of the South American Epic, Cusco to La Paz
From historical Cusco, we will set off for 3 beautiful days of cycling the Andean altiplano and route to Puno, where a rest day and the chance to explore Lake Titicaca and its renowned floating islands await. Riding along the world’s highest navigable lake we will cross into Bolivia and the city of La Paz.

9 days
720 km
$ 1,825.-
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South American Epic section 6

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Argentina, La Paz, Bolivia

1. Cycling the Salt Flats
This is the sixth section of the South American Epic, La Paz to Salta.
A few days after pedalling out of La Paz, our intrepid riders will have the unique opportunity of cycling and camping on the other-worldly, Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat.
A six day trek brings you into Salta in Northern Argentina.

13 days
1350 km
$ 2,575.-
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South American Epic section 7

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Argentina, Salta, Argentina

1. Across the Andes.
This is the seventh section of the South American Epic, Salta to Santiago
You will certainly enjoy the 2 day ride from Salta to the next rest day in Cafayate along historic route #68 through the Valles Calchaquies. Ruta 76 brings us south through Talampaya National Park, a UNESCO heritage site, which contains the most complete continental fossil record known from the Triassic Period. Through little-visited areas you will have some shorter climbs to help prepare you for the mountains you will face in a few days. We head up over the Andes, following Ruta 7 and the Rio Mendoza, and into Chile to the meropolis of Santiago.

18 days
1590 km
$ 3,500.-
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South American Epic section 8

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Chile, Santiago, Chile

The Lake District
This is the 8th section of the South American Epic, Santiago to Puerto Montt
Leaving the metropolis of Santiago, you will spin into the Colchagua valley wine growing region, alongside the Rio Mantequito, and then down Chile's rugged Pacific Coast. You will cycle through the spectacular Lake District – an area featuring dozens of lakes, snow capped volcanoes, rushing rivers and tranquil forests. On to the harbor city of Puerto Montt.
The Lake District

15 days
1520 km
$ 2,950.-
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South American Epic section 9

Type:
Recreational, Road bike, Mountain bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Argentina, Puerto Montt, Chile

Carretera Austral
This is the 9th and last section of the South American Epic, Puerto Montt to Ushuaia
The outdoor sports centre and seafood mecca of Puerto Montt is the starting point for the trans-Patagonian and mythic Carretera Austral. You will now tackle one of the world’s ultimate cycling routes, taking 5 ferries, spinning past icy cold rivers, enormous glaciers, impenetrable forests, and isolated farms. El Chalten, Torres del Paine and Punta Arenas are one of the places you visit. After a ferry ride across to the island of Tierra del Fuego it is just 7 days and a final border crossing back into Argentina before the cyclists reach their ultimate goal, the world’s most southernmost city, Ushuaia, perched on the tip of South America and overlooking the Beagle Channel.

28 days
2360 km
$ 5,350.-
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