Get Off The Stationary Bike And Actually Go Somewhere!

Whether you want to push your legs to the limit or coast along in luxury, there's a cycling trip right for everyone who loves to ride

  • If the tour is far from home, bringing your entire bike can be a pain. Consider packing just your seat, pedals, and helmet, for comfort and safety.
  • Keep your ego in check when considering your level of cycling. One cyclist's "moderate" uphill is another's thigh-burning nightmare.
  • Always pack cool-weather and rain gear.
  • Many "all inclusive" bike trips do not cover lunch or alcohol.
  • Ask what kind of bike is included or you might wind up with an old, heavy ten-speed.
  • Operators

  • Georgia Bike Fest Oct. 7-9, 770/498-5153, brag.org
  • Tour de Wyoming July 17-22, 307/742-5840, cyclewyoming.org
  • Country Inns Along the Trail itineraries with meals, lodging, and luggage transfers, $140-$170 per person per night. 800/838-3301, inntoinn.com
  • Suffolk Cycle Breaks hotel, bikes, luggage transport, and breakfasts, from $290 per person for
  • Two-night ride 011-44/1449-721555, cyclebreaks.com
  • Diverse Directions 877/858-5965, diversedirections.net
  • Blue Marble Travel 215/923-3788, bluemarble.org
  • Butterfield & Robinson 800/678-1147, butterfieldandrobinson.com
  • VBT 800/245-3868, vbt.com
  • Backroads 800/462-2848, backroads.com
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