Mickelson Trail Bike Tour

Awesome Trip (Mickelson Trail and the Badlands)! The guides were excellent., they really worked hard to make our trip carefree and fun. The rides went through outstanding scenery. Loved the food both on the trail and for breakfasts and dinners. Lodging was very comfortable. I...

The Mickelson tour was a fabulous week of riding through great scenery with great people. This is actually the second time I’ve done this Mickelson tour, having done it in 2016 on its inaugural run. I enjoyed the experience so much that I wanted to...

Bike touring is just as much about experiencing historical places as it is about clocking mileage and elevation gain. Our tours pass through over 90 National Historic Districts nationwide, helping you understand your part in the American story while touring its countryside. Authorized by the National...

Did you know that Wilderness Voyageurs operates inn-to-inn bicycle tours on five famous rail trails that are in the Rails to Trails Conservancy Rail-Trail Hall of Fame?...

Our Mickelson Bike Tour guides Gary and James were excellent! They were considerate, well organized and fun to be with. Gary's sense of humor and James upbeat personality blended well with a cycle trip that had incredible beauty, adventure and history all rolled into one. I...

This tour was much more fun and impressionable than we thought it would be. We had great group of riders, wonderful accommodations and two very nice and competent guides. The food choices were equally good. Each day's ride was planned well. It was a wonderful...

This trip was truly awesome and the guides (James & Brian) were the coolest! Thank you for making this a memorable experience! Rating: Excellent ***** Sheila Dow Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Shiela traveled with us in September of 2016 on the Mickelson Trail & Badlands Bike Tour...

Well consider me sold on South Dakota! As a cycling enthusiast, I seek out trails anywhere I go! But I had not even heard of the Mickelson Trail, until planning a trip to the Black Hills. From Edgemont to Deadwood, the trail stretches nearly 109 miles...