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$
45
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$
100
/ Person / Private
Days:
Weekly on Friday, Saturday
Time:
10:00 AM
Type:
Guided
 (1)
Provider:
The tour brings into your line of vision that which makes Austin unique – openness and acceptance without judgment. A brief look at downtown Austin and adjacent districts and ... moreneighborhoods in the west, north, east and south. This includes many Austin landmarks, entertainment districts, natural and man-made sites as well as the capitol and The University of Texas. As you cycle, you experience the edge of the hill country and the flatness of the blackland prairie as Austin sits between these two regions of Texas.

The experience begins with a custom bike fit at a local bike shop to ensure you have a casual carefree ride. Rather than a bike ride, we want you to be in the city on a bike. (We will hire a bike for you at an additional charge.)

From there, we ride NW through a quiet neighborhood with opportunities to see and climb on a project dedicated to street art and to hear about and perhaps experience a dirt bike park. Heading S, we move past public art, ride over the Colorado River and cycle beside the river on the hike and bike trail to Zilker Park with Barton Springs pool.

Traveling E on city streets or on the hike and bike trail, we head to the SoCo entertainment and shopping district stopping for look-see at Jo’s Coffee Shop, home of the well known “I love you so much” mural. We could move further south to explore this district or head N to cross the Colorado again to travel along the trail to the Rainey Street District. Literally completely different from SoCo except they are both highly entertaining. Your pathfinder will continually fill you in on the history and local lore of each district.

After Rainey, “Dirty 6th” is just a few blocks away. We could cycle down 6th or travel on the more bike-friendly 4th street. Periodically during the tour, your pathfinder will give you choices of paths to take. This is one of those times. We could then head north through or beside downtown Congress Avenue to the capitol and then on to The University and Drag area.

From there we roll downhill through a quiet neighborhood back to the start with big smiles on our faces. Riding a bike and smiling go together.

How much we see and ride is driven by the pace chosen by you as our guests.
$
40
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$
60
/ Person / Private
$
40
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
 (1)
Provider:
East of Austin is in the Blackland Prairie and is relatively flat compared to the west side of Austin which is the beginning of the hill country. We plan rides for a single or groups, ... morein the flats for a country feel without the challenges of hills, and/or in the hill country with low rolling hills or deeper into the hill experience with vistas that open up before you. There isn't a set description as each cycling experience we create is specific to the guests' requests. Tell us what you want to have happen on your mileage ride east of Austin, west of Austin...all the way to Fredericksburg and beyond. We enjoy the creative process. Let us create with you.
$
90
/ Person / Private
$
30
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$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road, Guided
McLemore Cove While Chickamauga is understandably known for its famous battleground north of town, the riding south of town has a charm all its own, boasting some of the best rural ... morescenery in the Chattanooga area. The loop does involve some climbing, but the reward for the effort is fantastic back-country scenery on all sides as we ride in a spectacular valley just east of Cloudland Canyon State Park.

DISTANCE & DIFFICULTY: 28 miles, Moderate Climbing (1300 feet). PLEASE NOTE that this ride can be shortened to 23 miles or lengthened to 34 miles.

RIDE START & FINISH: We'll meet you in downtown Chattanooga and drive you in the Velo View van approximately 35 minutes to the ride start at the Pigeon Mountain Grill (which also makes for a great ride finish if you're hungry!)

DURATION: Approximately 4 hours including drive time to & from the ride start.

With our guided backroad rides, there's no need for cue sheets and no need to worry about getting lost or stranded. You'll be in good hands from start to finish and you'll be guaranteed not to waste your time on roads that are boring or loaded with traffic!

Each of the following rides can be customized to meet your needs, including start times, distances, beginning & end points, and post-ride meals. We can also arrange to have van support for your group during the ride for an additional fee.

For Lookout Mountain, we will simply meet you in town and ride directly from there. All of the other rides begin and end out of town, which means we can either drive you out there from downtown Chattanooga or meet you at the ride start, whichever is easiest and most convenient for you.

Pricing varies depending on how many people are in your party. Bring your friends and the price goes down!

Our prices do not include rental bikes, but we would be happy to provide rental bikes for you (including electric-assist bikes!), with rental rates dependent on the type of bike requested.
$
90
/ Person / Private
$
30
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$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road, Guided
Chattanooga Lookout Mountain With its storied history and towering presence over Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain has an irresistible draw for cyclists. It also has some steep slopes! ... moreBut for those up for the challenge, this iconic mountain makes for a memorable ride with a rewarding view at the top and an exhilarating descent back down to the bottom!

DISTANCE & DIFFICULTY: 27 miles, Challenging Climbing (2600 feet)

RIDE START & FINISH: We'll meet you in south Chattanooga and ride directly from there.

DURATION: Approximately 3.5 hours.
$
49
/ Person / Private
Days:
Daily
Time:
10:00 AM, 3:00 PM
Type:
Road, Guided
On our Austin Icons Bicycle Tour you'll enjoy a leisurely two-hour guided bike tour through tree lined streets of the most historic neighborhoods in Austin. You'll visit the famous ... moreTreaty Oak and it's long and sometimes strange history, take a ride through the University of Texas Campus to see the tower that Charles Whitman made famous and learn about school's founding. We'll visit Sholtz's Beer Garden, Texas' oldest operating business and talk about its significance in forming Texas culture, music and society. You will also take a pedal down to the State Capital grounds to talk about the founding of Texas and the struggle that took place in naming Austin as the capital. Your tour includes a comfortable bike with handbrakes, gears, a rack for your stuff and a really great guide.

Presently departing the shop at 10am, Monday through Thursday and at 10am and 3pm, Friday through Sunday. 2 hours, $49 per person. Book online or by phone. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. 

*NOTE* Online reservations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance and each tour requires a minimum of two participants.
$
49
/ Person / Private
Days:
Weekdays
Time:
7:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 3:00 PM
Type:
Road, Guided
THIS IS A 2 HOUR TOUR ON THE BUTLER TRAIL HIKE-N-BIKE TRAIL AROUND LADY BIRD LAKE, INCLUDING THE NEW BOARDWALK . THE RIDE IS A TRAFFIC-FREE, SHADED AND NATURAL, 10 MILE LOOP TAKING ... moreIN SOME HISTORY ABOUT AUSTIN ALONG THE WAY. SEE THE BEST PARKS IN DOWNTOWN AUSTIN, INCLUDING BUTLER PARK, ZILKER PARK AND BARTON SPRINGS. TOUR TIMES ARE 7:30AM AND 10:00AM, AND 3:00PM (WEEKDAYS ONLY MON-FRI)..... ONLY $49 PER PERSON).
$
45
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$
60
/ Person / Private
Type:
Road, Mountain, Guided
Our most popular tour takes you along a portion of the historic Hermit Road route. The road, originally built by early pioneers and then improved by the Santa Fe Railroad, winds along ... morethe Canyon’s rim for 7 miles and is closed to public vehicle traffic. It boasts some of the grandest views along the South Rim. This is the best scenic bike ride to do in the West!! Not to mention the safest for families wanting to explore the rim by bike. After boarding the van with our bikes in tow, we bypass the challenging uphill section of the road to begin riding at Hopi Point. Named after native peoples in the area, this Point offers one of the most sweeping vistas of the canyon available on the South Rim. From there the tour proceeds westward for 5.5 miles (9 km) of low intensity riding; stopping at jaw-dropping lookouts along the way to take in the sights and hear interesting information about the natural and human history of the area. The tour ends at Hermit’s Rest where you can take your picture with the historic bell that graces the entrance to the 1914 Mary Jane Colter building. The structure was designed to provide shelter, food, and curios for tourists at the end of the West Rim Drive in the early tourism days at Grand Canyon. From Hermit’s rest our van will return you and your bikes to our location at the Visitor Center. This is a fantastic tour for everyone including families with children!
$
2,199
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road, Guided
Inclusions:
Meals, Lodging
Come to Arizona and soak in the warmth of the abundant sunshine, melting away visions of shoveling snow and cleaning ice off the windshield of your car. You will experience an unforgettable ... moreweek of expansive mountain vistas, peaceful desert scenery and a glimpse into the lifestyle of the western frontier.

We have updated the 2016 Tucson Experience Tour to include the most popular destinations from our Southern Arizona Discovery tour while keeping the average miles per day at about 40. On this tour, we will journey through forests of giant saguaro cactus, pedal our way through grassland prairies and discover inviting small towns of Southern Arizona. Experience the Spanish Culture and architecture of the Southwest, while learning the ways of a cowboy or miner at the turn of the century. Discover times gone by and immerse yourself in the natural beauty that is Southern Arizona.

On this tour, you will have time to relax for a few nights at the luxurious Westward Look Resort in Tucson, as you spend the days enjoying a couple of “can’t miss” local area rides. We then head out of town for the rest of the week and experience the true open roads of Southern Arizona as we pedal our way through historic towns such as Sierra Vista, Bisbee and Tombstone. Come enjoy this gorgeous countryside with us as we spoil you with great rides and even better dining! As meals are included (except for one dinner) so we’ll be sure no one goes hungry on this tour!

All accommodations from Sunday night through Friday night of your tour week
All ground transportation, upon your arrival, including a shuttle from Tucson International Airport to Westward Look Resort. Shuttle time schedule will be in your tour packet.
All baggage transportation
All meals are included for the week except for one dinner
(6 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 5 dinners)
Entry into Sabino Canyon and Saguaro National Parks
Entry into the Arizona Desert Museum
SAG support vehicles including mechanical support, water, energy food and snacks
Maps and cue sheets handed out at the morning orientation
Our group leaders with one purpose — making your week of bike touring extraordinary!
Type:
Mountain, Guided
Provider:
Grand Canyon to Gooseberry Mountain Biking Tour The Southwest U.S. is the place to be for your next mountain biking adventure. On this one-of-a-kind trip, we ride the best trails and ... moreexplore the unique beauty of Zion, Bryce, and Grand Canyon National Parks. Our first rides take us to the world famous Grand Canyon North Rim, only open to visitors for half of the year. The Arizona Trail is an excellent high country warm up, and while riding the Rainbow Rim, the views are breathtaking. Continuing north, just outside Bryce Canyon National Park, Thunder Mountain combines technical riding with amazing views. We then reach Zion National Park, and ride the Hurricane Rim JEM trail. Enjoy breathtaking views of the park and Virgin River while riding this classic single-track. We end with the world class riding of Gooseberry Mesa. These lands are rugged and primitive, appealing to those looking for an adventure. Remoteness, limited travel corridors, and low visitation have all helped to preserve this rare opportunity for mountain biking enthusiasts.
$
1,295
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$
1,395
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Mountain
Inclusions:
Meals, Lodging
Provider:
While your local trails are snow covered, join us for Saguaros, sunshine, Sedona and single track! Our trip begins in the Sonoran Desert with a wide variety of trails to suit intermediate ... moreto advanced riders before transferring to Sedona to finish out the week. The number of amazing trails to be found north of Scottsdale, AZ will astound you with over 200-miles of new single track opening in the last 5-years. Winter days often reach 70-degrees and the riding is fast and flowy. Next up we head to Sedona a red rock playground of slickrock, hard packed silt and ledge filled rides. Even better, this all takes place beneath soaring sandstone cliffs and an azure blue sky. Well known by sightseers and new age spiritualists, Sedona is also home to some of the best mountain biking in the country.
Available: November 1 - April 30. This program is both SELF GUIDED / GUIDED and is available in Winter only or according to desert weather. We also offer a Sedona adventure in summer time and can customize Sedona to any time of the year. This trip can also be made fully guided at any time.
$
1,998
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road, Guided
Inclusions:
Meals, Lodging
Provider:
From Alexander Valley to Dry Creek Valley Set off on a short getaway that feels much longer Explore three picturesque Wine Country valleys in three days... more
Taste local vintages at some of our all-time favorite wineries
Pedal through the little-known Russian River Valley, where terraced vineyards flank quiet roads
Get to know Healdsburg, loved for its blend of small-town friendliness and understated elegance
Pedaling from Alexander Valley to Dry Creek and along the Russian River, three days never felt so good. Oak-speckled hills. Impeccably manicured vineyards. A blend of farm-town charm and urban sophistication. Lunch alfresco leads to a gourmet dinner. Crisp whites and rich reds. A perfect night's sleep. We just arrived? It already feels like a week.
$
90
/ Person / Private
$
30
-
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
While not as well-known as Lookout Mountain, the Raccoon Mountain climb provides every bit the same challenge, with arguably even better scenery and less traffic. At the top of the ... moreclimb is a TVA lake, an usual site for a mountaintop. But more than the man-made lake, the reward for the climb is a fantastic view of the Tennessee River Gorge. And of course, the descent makes the climb well worth the effort!
$
90
/ Person / Private
$
30
-
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
Separated from Chattanooga by Signal Mountain, the Sequatchie Valley is one of the most picturesque valleys in Tennessee. In addition to the beautiful scenery, the farm roads on this ... moreroute allow for miles of cycling without serious climbing! We offer a short and a long version of this beautiful ride.

DISTANCE & DIFFICULTY: 25 miles, Limited Climbing (965 feet) or 47 miles, Moderate Climbing (1500 feet)

RIDE START & FINISH: We'll meet you in downtown Chattanooga and drive you in the Velo View van approximately 30 minutes to the ride start in Powells Crossing.

DURATION: Approximately 3.5 hours (short version) or 5.5 hours (long version) including drive time to & from the ride start.
$
90
/ Person / Private
$
30
-
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
Sand Mountain is more of a plateau, which means after you do the hard work of getting up there, you'll be able to enjoy miles of relatively smooth sailing. Of course, getting to the ... moretop is half the fun, with a beautiful climb through the trees preceded by a ride along Nickajack Lake. And did we mention the screaming descent back down off the mountain?! This ride has it all!

DISTANCE & DIFFICULTY: 41 miles, Challenging Climbing (3000 feet)

RIDE START & FINISH: We'll meet you in downtown Chattanooga and drive you in the Velo View van approximately 20 minutes to the ride start southwest of Chattanooga.

DURATION: Approximately 5 hours including drive time to & from the ride start.
$
49
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
Our Austin's Lakes, Springs and Bridges Tour gives you a chance to ride the shaded Butler Trail around Lady Bird Lake, stopping along the way to talk about Austin's historical beginnings ... moreand present day boom. We'll swing by the Congress Street bridge, home of the largest urban bat population in the world. You can take a dip, soak your feet or just enjoy the natural beauty from the banks when we visit the world famous Barton Springs or the oldest spring-fed pool in Texas, the Deep Eddy. We'll wrap up with a visit to Hope Outdoor Art Gallery where you'll have a chance to leave your mark along with thousands of others at this ever evolving art project. 

Departing daily at 1pm

*NOTE*Online reservations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance and each tour requires a minimum of two participants.
$
75
/ Person / In Group
Days:
Weekly on Sunday, Saturday
Time:
2:00 PM
Type:
Road
AUSTIN EXPERIENCE TOURS Smaller group tours with special interests in mind. Take a ride with an Austin local that knows their stuff. You're going to have a blast! We'll set up an experience ... moreyour group will always remember! 

TEXAS CRAFT BEER TOUR
Like riding bikes and drinking beer? So do we! Take a ride with us and experience the amazing Austin brewing scene and the sites that our city has to offer . During our two and a half hour ride, you'll learn about the history of craft brewing here in the Capitol City as well as a sampling of our local beers. 

Departs at 2pm, Saturday and Sunday. 2.5 hours, $75 per person (tastings included). 24-hour advance reservation required. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.

*NOTE* Online reservations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance and each tour requires a minimum of two participants.
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Days:
Weekly on Sunday, Saturday
Time:
2:00 PM
Type:
Road
With more than 250 live music venues and hundreds, if not thousands, of local bands and musicians to fill them, as well as some of the biggest, most popular music festivals in the ... morecountry, Austin handily earns its title as the live music capital of the world. But how did it get there? Join us on a tour exploring the places that helped Austin make its name, and learn how the city evolved from the sleepy college town and capital of Texas to the juggernaut of live music it is today! Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 pm we depart from our location in the heart of downtown to seek out the legacy of our music scene, ending with a free show at a pre-selected location, curated by your tour guide.

Departs at 2pm, Saturday and Sunday. 2.5 hours, $60 per person. 24-hour advance reservation required. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.

*NOTE* Online reservations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance and each tour requires a minimum of two participants.
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Type:
Road
YOGA TOUR On this tour, Melissa will take you through downtown to the historic Rainey Street District before hopping on the beautiful Lady Bird Lake Boardwalk. We'll stop at Butler ... morePark for a one hour yoga class with either a gentle, restorative focus or a more challenging advanced class. After, we'll take a scenic ride along the lake to prehistoric swimming hole, Barton Springs to take a dip in crystal clear spring water, right in the heart of Austin. Be sure to bring your bathing suit, a towel and a sense of adventure. We provide the bike, the teacher, and a mat. Treat yourself to this rejuvenating experience. 

Private tour. Custom departure times are arranged at the time of making the reservation.

By phone reservation only. 2 hours, $60 per person.
$
60
/ Person / In Group
Days:
Weekly on Wednesday, Saturday
Time:
12:00 PM
Type:
Road
Explore the past, present and future of Austin's public arts and styles of architecture. Austin has long held a reputation for being a city of innovative creators. What better way ... moreto experience that history than through the lens of art and architecture? Let us guide you through 130+ years of beautiful architectural history. Let us show you the hidden jewels of art scattered in unexpected places. The past, present, and future are waiting to be unveiled!

Departs ever day except Wednesdays and Saturdays at noon.

*NOTE* Online reservations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance and each tour requires a minimum of two participants.
$
49
/ Person / Private
$
49
/ Person / In Group
Days:
Weekly on
Time:
10:00 AM, 3:00 PM
Type:
Road
2 HOUR TOUR OF AROUND 7 MILES WHERE WE PEDAL AROUND BARTON SPRINGS/ZILKER PARK, LADY BIRD LAKE, AND HISTORIC DOWNTOWN TO THE TEXAS CAPITOL. AFTER THAT WE CRUISE AROUND OLD WEST DOWNTOWN, ... moreHITTING THE GRAFFITI WALL, AND INTO SEAHOLM, FINISHING ALONG LADY BIRD LAKE FOR MORE SIGHTS. THE BEST TOUR TO SEE AUSTIN!
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