Gravel Bike Tours

Join Us On A Gravel Road Bike Tour This Year!

Don’t get skunked on your next gravel trip! Say goodbye to endless hours spent researching routes and accommodations. Our team has already taken care of the nitty-gritty details. We’ve scoured the terrain in some of the country’s best gravel destinations and crafted the ultimate routes, designed to thrill and challenge you while showcasing breathtaking natural landscapes.


What’s fully supported all about?

With a fully supported gravel bike tour you’ll have two professional guides, bike mechanics, and a support and gear vehicle at your disposal. No need to be bogged down with an overloaded bike. When it’s time to rest and recharge, it’s time to ditch the tent. We’ve made arrangements for you to stay in comfortable and charming inns, ensuring a well-deserved break after your day’s ride.


Fully Supported Means:
  • Two Professional Bike Guides & Mechanics
  • SAG Vehicle
  • Tried & Tested Gravel Routes
  • Meals, Snacks & Hydration


All you need to do is show up, ready to pedal to your heart’s content and immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding nature. From the moment you arrive, we’ll handle the rest so you can focus solely on enjoying the ride and making the most of your gravel adventure.


Join us for an unforgettable journey on trusted gravel routes. We have tours for new gravel riders, veteran gravel grinders and everyone in between.  Trust us, this is a ride you won’t want to miss!


We’ve got an amazing Tucson winter bike tour lined up for you, packed with six fantastic days of gravel riding goodness. Arizona is more than just epic road rides – it’s a hidden gem for us gravel riders too! The trails are a perfect mix of challenges and beauty, making every pedal stroke worth it. Escape to the desert in the dead of winter to ride amongst sunshine and saguaros.


If you’re in the mood for a truly unique and wild west-inspired cycling experience, Trinidad and Las Animas County is the perfect destination. In just a few short years, this place has become THE gravel bike destination you don’t want to miss. With over 1,600 miles of county roads, you’ll have more dusty trails and cattle guards to conquer than cars to dodge. Bike through stunning beauty on our Trinidad Colorado gravel tour and take in the majestic mountains, beautiful vistas and wildlife. As a reward for a great few days of pedaling, the trip ends at Great Sand Dunes National Park.

West Virginia

Take five days to explore the best of Wild and Wonderful West Virginia! On this gravel tour of the Mountain State, we’ll ride and hike to some of the most scenic vistas the Appalachian Mountains have to offer.

Our central location is Davis, West Virginia, the highest town in the state and a hub of world-class outdoor recreation opportunities, with outstanding access to pristine and wild public lands. Davis is also becoming home to a thriving scene of local businesses, artisans, eateries, and breweries. You’re sure to find something amazing around every turn of this fantastic gravel tour in the mountains.

New York

Our New York Backroads & Brews gravel tour is an approachable, multi-surface ride based near New York’s largest Finger Lake, Seneca Lake. The routes follow a mix of back roads and gravel roads near the Finger Lakes National Forest. We’ll spend all three nights at the Lodge at Grist Iron Brewing Co.

Gravel Tour Frequently Asked Questions

What is a gravel ride?

Gravel riding is an adventurous type of cycling! Combining a bit of road riding and a bit of mountain biking, a gravel route is mostly on unpaved roads, trails, paths and everything in between.


Want to add an element of thrill to your cycling experience? Try out a gravel ride! The captivating scenery along the way makes gravel grinding one of the best cycling adventures around.

If you happen to be passing through the Ohiopyle area, check out our library of amazing Ohiopyle gravel routes that our staff has compiled.  Less than 1 hour from Pittsburgh is a lifetime of gravel rides.

What kind of bike do I need for a gravel tour?

The ideal bike for this kind of riding is a gravel bike.  Most bikes made for gravel riding are designed to be fast and comfortable on unpaved surfaces. They have drop handlebars, disc brakes and clearance for wide, knobby tires. Gravel bikes are similar to cyclocross bikes, but they have a more relaxed riding position for long days in the saddle. (On these tours, we offer the Kona Rove as a rental.)


That being said, you can definitely enjoy a gravel ride on a cyclocross bike or a cross-country mountain bike with fast-rolling, lightweight tires. The most important thing is that you have advanced bike handling skills and experience climbing, cornering and descending on loose surfaces.


This isn’t rail trail riding — for the right rider, is both more challenging and more fun! 

Can I bring an e-bike on a gravel tour?

Due to safety concerns, we cannot accommodate e-bikes on our gravel tours.

Will there be cars?

Yes, but very few. Our gravel routes include some necessary riding on quiet paved roads to get from place to place. The actual gravel roads may have a few cars, but they will be going much slower than vehicles on main roads. This makes the riding significantly quieter and more enjoyable than riding on pavement.

Are rail-trails like the Katy Trail and the C&O considered gravel?


No —  a gravel ride is very different from a straight, flat rail trail. On a gravel ride, you’ll have to turn, climb and descend on rough or loose surfaces. That’s the fun part!