Bike Tour Trip reviews

Wonderfully orchestrated trip despite this being the first time you ran this particular one. Richard and his crew did a remarkably attentive job for all riders. The places we stayed and ate were varied and good choices. The length of ride time each day was...

Terrific guides. They couldn't have been more attentive. I think we could have done without the toy train museum, which was really just a collection, but otherwise, tours and hotels were great. Might be nice to have a little more time in some of the...

Our Civil War battlefields tour was a success in all aspects. Rain of two of the four days failed to dampen our enthusiasm but was sufficient to cause me to rate the experience a "4" instead of a "5". The new friends we hadn’t yet...

My husband & I had a great time cycling along the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland 5/3-5/6. Decent roads, amazing views & interesting stops at the Blackwater Nature Preserve and Chesapeake Museum. We had wonderful support staff & terrific lodging and meals....

We did the 6 day GAP ride in May 2015 with Gary and Taylor as the guides. We loved it, wonderful scenery, off the road almost the entire trip, gradual incline and decline (which "hill junkies" may not appreciate as much) more history than I...

Loved itRating: Excellent ***** Fran Kirkwood Big Rapids, Mi Thanks Fran,, pretty much covers itFran traveled with us in September of 2014 on the Pittsburgh to DC bike tour...

Our bike guides, Gary and Josh aided by Bill, had planned a wonderful trip. We started with a guided bike tour of historic Savannah, an exceptionally beautiful city. Dean was an entertaining local guide. This was followed by rides to and through old forts, recreational...

wonderful trip. Great accommodations. Beautiful scenery. The guides were great. Took care of every need. Fellow cyclers were fun to be with Can't wait to see the picturesRating: Excellent ***** Martha Campbell Presto, PA Thanks Martha..  We think those guys are pretty cool too.Martha traveled with us on a Georgia...

Katy Trail: Longest Rail Trail in the Country As the longest Rails to Trails project in the United States, the Katy Trail is much more than a simple pedestrian trail.  Traveling 240 miles across Missouri (with construction of the deserted Rock Island rail line as a connecter...

My husband and I joined nine other bikers to " do" the Katy Trail October 12-17, 2014. First the details: the rented bikes were terrific, the lodging was varied ( city and small towns). We enjoyed the variety and the warm welcome our group received..like...