Colorado Road Bike tour

  Rio Grande Trail ; enlightened Rail-Trail Corridor ManagementThe Roaring Fork Valley’s Rio Grande Trail is getting some natural maintenance. A crew of 220 goats has returned to the trail corridor to help chomp down pesky weeds the old-fashioned way. No herbicides or chemicals here, just...

The Kick Some pAss Bike Tour was well organized and provided a great week of ups and downs in the Colorado Rockies!But as the name suggests, this is not for the faint-hearted! The riding involves some strenuous climbing. However, the effort is rewarded not only...

My son and I just got back from the Colorado Kick Some Pass tour during which we climbed a different mountain pass on 6 successive days through the Colorado Rockies. We had a terrific time - beautiful scenery seen from the seat of a bike,...

We just returned from the Cycle Colorful Colorado trip and wow, what a truly great and memorable experience! Everything was well-managed on this trip! Our guides (Montana & James) were not only extremely knowledgeable, they were also very personable and accommodated the diverse needs of...

 Hard to believe that there are 42 miles in Colorado that are nearly level, take a bike ride on the Rio Grande Rail Trail and you will become a believer.  The Rio Grande Trail is a converted rail road corridor, aka rails-to-trails, that stretches between...

The Maroon Bells and Maroon Lake will knock your socks off on day 4 of your Colorado biking vacation.  Mind blowing scenery and a 9 mile, 1000 vertical foot descent. The Maroon Creek Valley is a classic glacial valley, with the unmistakable U profile.  The valley...

From Railroad to Rail-Trail: The Rio Grande Rail-Trail More than 100 years after its founding, the path of the Rio Grande Railroad continues to transport people through the beautiful Rockies. However, today the people are traveling under their own power. Thanks to a combination of funding...

Transcontinental Bridge Between Colorado and Utah Do you know the history behind the popular Colorado Rio Grande Trail?  Founded in 1870, the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad (D&RG) made its first tracks from Denver to Colorado Springs, but eventually expanded across the Rockies into Utah. The...

Last year we we went on a multi-sport vacation with Backroads to Banff and Jasper parks in Canada. This year we went with Wilderness Voyageurs to Colorado. The Wilderness Voyageurs trip was far superior: we had excellent guides, good maps and cue sheets (directions) and...

Loved the trip! Loved Betsy and James even more! The two were awesome! Accomodating to EVERYONE'S needs. Always with smiles on their faces. Worked their butts off either riding, shopping, setting up lunch, loading bikes on the van, (or unloading),...