Rail Trail Bike Tours

I rode the lower C&O section from Cumberland to DC several years ago, so knew it was a great ride. This time I joined the group from Wilderness Voyageurs for a supported ride. In every way it surpassed my expectations. From the pre-ride updates to...

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...

Guides did a wonderful job getting us from town-to-town. Great to be with like-minded group of people out to have fun riding bike for six days - and most encouraged by an 82 year old man in our group that was as young as the...

This bike tour exceeded my expectations. Kevin and James were excellent tour guides, I truly appreciated their extra work and efforts to make the trip enjoyable for all...

The C&O Canal Towpath History Starts in 1785 Starting in the heart of Washington, DC, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) towpath leads cyclists on a 184.5-mile journey all the way to Pittsburgh, PA. While the C&O Canal was originally conceived as a transportation system from...

The Pennsylvania and Maryland Easy Rider Tour is designed for beginner bikers-- the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal Towpath are generally flat! If you're ready to start bicycle touring but wary about daily mileage, this is definitely the place to start....

The Great Allegheny Passage is known for its mild elevation changes due to its past life as a rail bed. Riding six days on car-free trail is a selling point in itself. But what will those daily rides look like (and feel like on the...

This was our third bike tour with Wilderness Voyageurs and it was great as usual (Gettysburg, Chesapeake, and we just returned from the GAP/C&O 6 day). Our guides for the GAP/C&O, Taylor and Adam "Sherpa" were great in every way (also a shout out to...

FLAT! To most cyclists, this word means trouble. Flat TIRES are an inconvenience at best. But flat Roads and Trails are to many, the sign of a really great ride. Toss in a few miles of nearly deserted country roads and add 100 miles of car-free...