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In the upcoming 2019 season, we will continue to bring you our classic rail-trail, road and mountain bike tours, many of which explore our wonderful US National Parks. We also are delighted to bring you two brand new tours, one new road bike tour in Williamsburg,...

The best season for cycling is finally here! Gone are the muggy dog days of summer, replaced with crisp autumn air, changing leaves and blue skies. Riding in September and October gives you gorgeous weather and fantastic scenery, especially if you’ve registered for one of...

Don’t let summer slip away! If you haven't come to Ohiopyle yet for an adventure, here’s a checklist to get you started on the fun before Labor Day weekend rolls around! ...

  Your Proven Packing List for Self-Supported GAP Bicycle Touring A fully-loaded bike, ready for a self-supported tour on the GAP.[/caption] What to bring on your GAP trail tour is really important! If you’re planning to ride the Great Allegheny Passage, self supported, from end to end,...

Fall is here! Fall is our favorite season for bike tours for a lot of reasons — the weather is cool, roads and trails are less crowded, and the foliage is incredible. A few of our fall bike tours take place in some of the...

Great trip! Our included the right mix of active activities and cultural activities. We saw multiple cities and towns in Cuba and experienced what life is like there. The lodging and food was also an experience and there were surprise additions to most meals. The...

This was a sublime tour. From the bird song cacophony on sunny morning hillside rides to salsa music blaring from the '59 DeSoto Diplomat 'sag wagon' down the valley, this was a wonderful trip through rural western Cuba culminating in a morning ride through La...

I'm not sure this trip can be described in a short review. So much was packed into the 8 days that it was amazing. The tour guides made the complex arrangements flow evenly and were wonderful. Cuba was an eye opener in many ways. The...

Maryland might seem small, just two miles wide at its narrowest point. But the state's whole 250-mile span has an enormous diversity of ecosystems: coastal saltmarshes, the Chesapeake Bay, forests of northern hardwoods, hemlock, and white pine and Appalachian Mountain highlands. [caption id="attachment_19738" align="alignleft" width="387"] Wilderness...