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Bicycle Adventures
Website:
www.bicycleadventures.com/
Contact Number:
+1 800.443.6060
Address:
18047 NE 68th St
Redmond Washington
USA
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Bicycle Adventures

Bicycle Adventures

In 1989, we introduced the concept of multisport bicycle tours when we added sea kayaking to our trips in the San Juan Islands. Now, all of our bicycle tours include at least one other activity, such as hiking, sea kayaking, or rafting. We charter such activities with the best local outfitters to make sure your experience is outstanding. They’ll show you how to use the equipment and teach you about the wildlife you’ll see on your charter adventure. No previous experience is required.

Such activities are a chance to get off the bike, use some different muscles, and view the scenery from a slightly different perspective. Of course, anyone who wishes to ride instead may do so. We always have optional cycling routes available.
Their Tours

San Juan Islands Casual

6 Days
Washington's San Juan Islands are some of the most wonderful places you'll find to ride a bike. Shimmering waters, resident Orca whales, soaring eagles. Bike, hike and zipline through canopied evergreen forest on this 6-day casual version of our San Juan Islands tour. Ride pristine island ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Suncadia Cycling Festival

3 Days
The Suncadia Cycling Festival is a 3-day event celebrating all things bicycle. A road ride, a mountain-bike ride, a gravel ride - even a family ride are offered during the long weekend. Join us for the inaugural event! Enjoy VIP treatment, a Bicycle Adventures tour guide to assist with logistics ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Leavenworth Mountain Biking

4 Days
Explore the gorgeous Leavenworth, WA backcountry on an all-inclusive 4-day / 3-night mountain biking adventure! Ride, hike, raft and explore the wild outdoors during the day, with a soft bed and terrific meals awaiting every evening. Our guides will divide the group by biking ability, each ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Washington Cascades Epic

8 Days Advanced - Challenging
A thrilling 'best of' Washington, this tour sails from the North Cascade Range to the apple orchards and wine regions of Eastern Washington, to the crystal waters of Lake Chelan, the remote Okanagan region, then back over the Cascades to a Pacific coastline finale. You’ll ride handpicked routes ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Empire Builder Epic

10 Days Advanced - Challenging
All aboard! From Seattle, Washington to East Glacier National Park, Montana, this Epic trip combines portions of three of our favorite tours - the Washington Epic, Idaho's Selkirk Loop and a chunk of the Glacier National Park tours – spinning through three states and finishing with a one-of-a ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Volcanoes of Washington

8 Days Moderate-Advanced
Two wheels. Four mountains. Eight days. A million memories. Crafted for solid cyclists, our bicycle tour of four volcanoes is not for the faint of heart, but it's infinitely rewarding. You'll immerse yourself in the ultimate Cascade Mountain bicycle experience, riding through vast reaches of ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

San Juan Islands - Victoria Bike Tour

7 Days Moderate-Advanced
A handful of emeralds off Washington's north coast, Puget Sound's San Juan Islands sparkle with vistas of the Olympic Mountains, glimpses of whales at play and bald eagles. You'll explore four islands in one glorious week: Orcas, San Juan and Lopez in the San Juan islands chain, and Vancouver ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Washington Wine Country

6 Days
You asked. We delivered. This is no easy task, with Washington's award-winning wineries on the west side of the Cascade Mountains - and their world-famous vineyards on the east side! Happily, we've designed a 'Wines-to-Vines' cycling tour (meet the wines, then ride to the vines) that will give ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

San Juan Islands - 6 Days Tour

6 Days
ike pastoral roads. Cruise beside sparkling waters. Hike through rich old-growth forest. Spend a half-day on a guided sea kayaking tour of Roche Harbor's placid waters. Our most popular tour of Washington's dazzling San Juan Islands highlights the finest of the great life on the Salish Sea. Top ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Seattle Sampler

4 Days
A Seattle urban adventure tour! Bike paved waterfront trails; savor amazing restaurants. Explore Pike Place Market - home of the original Starbucks. Ride rolling Bainbridge Island; sample Woodinville's wineries. Kayak the Ballard locks! Spend all three nights at the gorgeous Westin Seattle ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

San Juan Islands

4 Days
Explore Puget Sound's idyllic San Juan Islands. Ride peaceful island roads. Enjoy a morning of guided sea kayaking. Hike through lush island scenery. Soak up sparkling views of the Salish Sea, emerald islets and the distant snowcapped peaks of the Olympic Mountain Range. Stay at Lakedale Resort, ...
Updated by CTG on 2 May 2014

Portland Pedaler

4 Days
Join us for a Portland-style urban adventure! Only in Portland can you ride an island larger than Manhattan, cross the river to a castle, cruise riverside bike paths, then head to a terrific brewpub that also happens to be a terrific bike shop. Hike to Multnomah Falls, the 2nd highest waterfall ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Bend Breakaway

4 Days
Bike. Hike. Eat. Drink. Raft. Fish. Golf. Savor an urban adventure tour of Bend, Oregon - the ultimate cosmopolitan mountain town teeming with personality and fun. Snowcapped peaks punctuate the high-desert skyline; roads are dreamy-smooth with broad shoulders. And the weather? Some of the best ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Oregon Crater Lake

7 Days
Cyclists adore this region's tall timbers, sparkling rivers and snow-crowned peaks. You’ll bicycle the Aufderheide Scenic Byway, which the Adventure Cycling Association calls “a mecca for road riders looking for ultra-smooth pavement, low traffic and scenic beauty” and spend two days in stunning ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Columbia Gorge Classic

6 Days
The New York Times hails the Columbia Gorge as being “like Europe, only better.” It's the perfect place for a bicycle tour. Hailed as one of Oregon's Seven Wonders, the region's fleece-capped mountain peaks, primeval forests, abundant wildflowers and waterfall streaked highlands whisper of the ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Oregon Coast

6 Days
Miles of craggy coast, glittering water and sandy beaches are the hallmark of our tour of the Oregon coast. Antique lighthouses guard jutting headlands; country roads wind inland through ancient forests and valleys laced with dairy farms and sparkling streams. We’ll bicycle from Astoria, oldest ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Southern Oregon & Crater Lake

8 Days Moderate-Advanced
Created for stronger cyclists, this 'heftier' version of the Crater Lake tour crosses the Coast Range and sails down the knobby headlands of the craggy southern seaboard before turning inland again to follow the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. The showstopper of the week, though, is the ride around ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Columbia Gorge Casual

6 Days
The magnificent Columbia Gorge: there's a reason it's one of Oregon's Seven Wonders. Bike through panoramas of snowcapped peaks and mighty rivers. Hike to giant waterfalls. Peek at wildflowers that grow nowhere else in the country. Ride quiet roads winding past orchards and wineries. Savor ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

John Day & Painted Hills

4 Days Moderate-Advanced
"Miles from everywhere," as the locals say, Eastern Oregon is an undiscovered, brilliant wonderland. The eye-popping terrain of John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is straight out of a child's storybook - hence its place on the list of Oregon's Seven Wonders. Bicycle past striped hills, giant ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Wallowas & Hells Canyon

4 Days Moderate-Advanced
Tucked between Oregon's Blue Mountains and the Snake River is an astonishingly beautiful region: the Wallowa Mountains, in the Eagle Cap Wilderness. This place has rightly earned its title as one of Oregon's Seven Wonders. Bicycle through the land Chief Joseph called home. Paddle the waters of ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Hood River Casual

6 Days
1234 Hood River, athletes' mecca, nestles in the heart of the Columbia Gorge. There's a reason the Gorge is called one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. The scenery here is spectacular: vast panoramas framed by fields of wildflowers and snow-capped peaks; crazy geologic formations and an ever ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Oregon's Covered Bridges

6 Days
Armed with hand tools, sweat and ambition, Oregon's Willamette Valley pioneers began building covered bridges during the 1800s. Early bridge owners financed their projects by charging tolls: 3 cents for a sheep; 5 cents for horse and rider. Many of these gorgeous bridges are still in use today - ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Oregon Coast Casual

6 Days
Dazzling swaths of sandy beach, craggy cliffs, antique lighthouses and peaceful country valleys make the coast of Oregon a cyclist’s dream. You’ll bike and hike from Astoria to the fishing burgh of Florence, including the spectacular Oregon Coast Scenic Bike Route. If six-course meals and onsite ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Sun Valley Casual

6 Days Moderate-Advanced
Sun Valley: birthplace of the ski lift. Mecca of the rich and famous (thanks largely to Ernest Hemingway.) Expansive views with endless lines of marching snow-dusted peaks. Sun Valley is truly part of the wildest West. Ride curving roads beside wild rivers. Golf, hike, river raft, shop - even go ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

Idaho Lakes & Rivers

4 Days
Northern Idaho: it's the closest you'll ever get to heaven on a bike. Bicycle a glorious network of paved rails-to-trails paths beside rivers and lakes, through wildlife refuges and pure wilderness with nary a car in sight. Ever. Stay the entire time at the grand Roosevelt Inn, a 5-story ...
Updated by CTG on 1 May 2014

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