Get away from the cold and wet of Winter while cycling the warmth, grandeur, and empty roads of the Southern California Desert Region. Visit Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, Salton Sea, Anza-Borrego Desert, Borrego Springs.
Explore the rolling hills, wineries, and coastal splendor of the Central California Region. Visit Paso Robles Wine Country, San Luis Obispo, Avila Beach, Morro Bay, Santa Maria, the famed Santa Ynez Valley, Los Olivos, Solvang.
Escape to the magnificent Monterey Coast and peaceful Carmel Valley. Ride the California oak-dotted hillsides of Steinbeck Country. Cruise the car-free roads of Fort Ord, fly down the coast through Monterey and Pacific Grove, savor the spectacular Big Sur coastline.
Enjoy 3 days of cycling heaven at the Golden Gate of San Francisco Bay. Bike the Golden Gate Bridge, explore spectacular redwood groves, enjoy million dollar views from ridgetop roads, experience jaw-dropping vistas from the Marin Headlands.
Cycle Big Sur, the “grandest meeting of land and sea”. Bicycle the Monterey Peninsula, Seventeen Mile Drive of Pebble Beach, Big Sur shoreline and redwoods, Paso Robles Wine Country. Experience the rugged beauty of the Central California Pacific Coast.
Escape to the quiet coastal community of Half Moon Bay, just a short ride from Silicon Valley. Explore the isolated roads of the Santa Cruz Mountains through grasslands, oak hillsides, and shady redwood groves of the Pacific Coastal Range. Watch the sun set into the Pacific Ocean from the balcony of your luxury suite.
Tour the sunny and uncrowded valleys of the Northern California Wine Country and Pacific Coast. Relax in Wine Country towns of Healdsburg and Occidental, ride the redwoods of famous King Ridge Road of the rugged coastal range to Sea Ranch, follow the Pacific Coast Route to Bodega Bay.
Enjoy a weekend tour of Sonoma County Wine Country, Russian River redwoods, and Northern California Pacific Coast. Visit boutique wineries, bicycle the rugged Pacific coastline, experience the rolling terrain and shady redwood forests of the Bohemian Highway, stay on the banks of the Russian River under towering redwoods.