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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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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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Aspen to Taos bike tour

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
Colorado, Denver Int. Airport

This 11-day Aspen to Taos Bike Tour focuses on the vertical landscapes and mountain town culture of the southern Colorado Rockies. This is a mountain tour that crosses the continental divide on four occasions, meanders along verdant river valleys and seeks out the eclectic lodging, food and the natural hot springs that this region is well known for.

11 days
675 mi
$ 3,990.-
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Zion to Taos Tour

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
New Mexico, St George

The Zion to Taos Bike Tour (Z-2-T) traces a mountainous path across Utah, Colorado and the high peaks of northern New Mexico. It is an exceptionally scenic route that showcases the high mountains, National Parks & hot springs (ahhh!) of the Four Corners Region. Over the course of its 2-weeks the tour climbs the elevated plateaus of Utah, the mighty San Juan Mountains of Colorado and the continental divide in New Mexico.

13 days
885 mi
$ 5,450.-
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Pedals and Pueblos

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, room & breakfast
Start:
New Mexico, Santa Fe

Explore the land of the Ancient Puebloans and the incredibly diverse landscapes that inspired Georgia O͛Keefe’s legendary works in the enchanted state of New Mexico. Ride along desert ridges overlooking massive valleys, expansive deserts, and through many of the states 19 historic pueblos. Make an included trip to the incredible Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO world heritage site regarded as the oldest continuously inhabited community in the US. Keep your balance while crossing 800ft above the powerful Rio Grande River on the Gorge Bridge.


Recharge in the mineral rich natural hot springs of Ojo Caliente. If the springs aren’t enough,feed off the fallout in Los Alamos, the birthplace of the atomic bomb. The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway will put your lungs to the test as you cycle the state’s highest peak, Wheeler Mountain, while looping through valleys, mesas, and national forests. New Mexico is a state full of wonders and surprises. Push your limits as an athlete and as an explorer as you discover the true enchantment of this region.

6 days
272 mi
$ 2,595.-
Cycling conditions The state has a cycling advisory board which is not very active. The bike infrastructure is still a bit poor. Cyclists can not use all the roads. LandscapeNew Mexico has many mountainous areas, with the foothills of the Rocky Mountains lying in the north. To the east are the Great Plains, with vast plains and high ‘table mountains’. In central and southern New Mexico mountain chains are separated by desert plains. This area is also known as the Basin and Range Region. Because of this varied landscape there is a clear distinction in the vegetation. The cool mountain slopes are covered with conifers while in the south cacti are the main vegetation. Climate This state has a southern desert climate with very hot, dry summers. Winters are cool but not cold. New Mexico is among the driest areas throughout North America. Precipitation mostly occurs during fall. ›› More information on New Mexico on Wikipedia
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