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Classic Adventures
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www.classicadventures.com/
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USA/Canada Tollfree +1 800.777.8090
Address:
PO Box 143
Hamlin NY 14464
USA
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Classic Adventures

Service With a Family Touch

Classic Adventures, family owned and operated, was founded by Dale Hart in 1979. He founded Classic Adventures on several basic principles that Classic Adventures alumni have come to expect and appreciate: excellent cycling, clean & comfortable lodging, a historical and cultural emphasis, and friendly service-oriented guides who share a passion for the region being toured. Offering personal service with attention to these principles, all with a family touch, is very important to us. We’ve found no better way to maintain these principles than to accompany our tours with a Hart family member.
Their Tours

Island Of Crete – Extreme

12 Days Advanced - Challenging
The magic of Crete lies in its natural beauty – majestic, sweeping mountains and emerald-blue seas. Lyrical bells of grazing sheep and the aromas of wild herbs add to the Mediterranean magic. With its unique history, friendly people and natural beauty, Crete is indeed a land of legends and an ...
Updated by CTG on 6 Aug 2015

Classical Greece

11 Days Easy-Moderate
White marble columns, gnarled olive trees, turquoise blue skies and radiant sunsets are reflections of Greece. Archeological monuments reflect Greece’s glorious past. Donkeys, sheep, and goats remind us of a simpler age that cherishes village life and generous hospitality.
Updated by CTG on 6 Aug 2015

Island of Crete - Land of Zorba

12 Days Moderate-Advanced
Bicycling Magazine called Classic Adventures’ bicycle tour of Crete “one of the 50 best rides on the planet.” For more than 25 years we have been refining our tour of this island paradise, with 2 optional hikes. Majestic mountains sweep down to emerald-blue seas. Lyrical sheep bells and the ...
Updated by CTG on 6 Aug 2015

Extreme Vermont

6 Days Advanced - Challenging
With a recent demand for more challenging tours, Classic Adventures proudly presents Extreme Vermont. Nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, passes called “the gaps” rival the best climbs found in the Western U.S. From Brandon Gap to Appalachian Gap, you will find great roads, low traffic ...
Updated by CTG on 17 Mar 2014

Finger Lakes–Keuka Lake Wine Trail

6 Days Moderate
Eleven glorious lakes offer spectacular beauty. We focus on Canandaigua, Keuka and Seneca Lakes, taking in the historical and agricultural bounty of this region. Highlights include seeing the traditional horse and carriage of Amish and Mennonite farmers, the serenity of lakeshore rides, rolling ...
Updated by CTG on 17 Mar 2014

The Dordogne Valley & Bordeaux

10 Days Moderate
The Dordogne Valley offers the best in a French cycling Vacation: layers of rich history, majestic castles, beautiful vistas, quiet country roads, and world-renowned wine and cuisine. Our route captures the incredible variety of the Dordogne Valley. Cycle through vineyards that produce the ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

The Historic Romantic Road Bike Tour

10 Days Easy-Moderate
Germany’s oldest and most celebrated tourist route, the Romantic Road takes the traveler through a rich heritage of Bavarian history, art and culture. Baroque gardens, rococo churches, fairytale castles, towers and gateways that speak of mystery and intrigue - these are some of the hallmarks of ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

The Historic Erie Canal

6 Days Easy
The Erie Canal ceremoniously opened in 1825, and at that time was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the era. The canal was important in that it connected the Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes. Even though we have developed better methods for transporting goods and people, the ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

Chateaux Of The Loire Valley

7 Days Moderate
Our Loire Valley trip invites the epicure! Fine wine, excellent cuisine, superb accommodations entice and delight the senses. The Loire, known as the playground for French nobility, offers us their legacy of more than 100 chateaux, ranging from fortified castles to elegant Renaissance mansions ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

The Champlain Valley

6 Days Easy-Moderate
Lake Champlain is in fact the sixth largest body of freshwater in the United States. Its long slender body extends between the Adirondack Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont. A relaxing backdrop coupled with scenic farmlands, sparsely travelled roads and historic points of ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

Texas Hill Country

6 Days Moderate
This tour, in its 5th season, accents the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Sparkling streams, towering oak and cedar trees, rugged limestone cliffs and majestic hills highlight this region. In spring, the wildflowers, especially Texas Bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush, decorate the ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

Natchez Trace & The Ante-Bellum South

6 Days Easy-Moderate
Our Natchez Trace tour offers the best of the ante-bellum South - traditional hospitality, early American history and distinctive architecture. Magnolia trees and moss-draped oaks add a charming flavor to quiet country roads. Classic Adventures enjoys the distinction of the first bicycle touring ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

Lake Constance

7 Days Easy
With its stunning turquoise shore shared by all three countries, Lake Constance is a jewel in the crown of central Europe. It is a perfect location for a bicycle tour with comfortable inns and hotels and excellent cuisine. Our route follows almost 200 miles of well marked bicycle paths. You ...
Updated by CTG on 14 Feb 2014

Historic Quebec–La Belle Province Bike Tour

7 Days Easy-Moderate
Renowned French cuisine at sidewalk cafes, dramatic cliff top vistas of the Saint Lawrence River, evening strolls along the romantic Dufferin Terrace are a few of Quebec City’s highlights. This cradle of French civilization brings Old World flavor in warm historic surroundings.
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

The Historic Hudson Valley

11 Days Easy-Moderate
If you’re looking for a ride that offers super cycling, educational stops, and historic points of interest, our new hudson Valley tour fits the bill. Here you’ll find scenic winding roads through quaint villages, arriving at nationally recognized homes of america’s artists, inventors, and ...
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

Cayuga & Seneca Lakes Wine Trail

6 Days Moderate
The Finger Lakes of New York sparkle. You see it in the water, taste it in the wine, and feel it in the simple charm of village life. Days are filled with scenic vistas, history rich sites, top notch vineyards and pleasant cycling routes.
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

Enchanting Salzburg & The Saalach Valley

8 Days Easy
Experience hidden waterfalls, pristine mountain lakes, exquisite alpine lodging, and warm Austrian hospitality. Our route captures the essence of Austria by bike, as we take in the Zell and Pinzgau regions and intimately explore the beautiful Saalach Valley.
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

Coast To Coast USA

63 Days Moderate-Advanced
A coast-to-coast bicycle tour was always a dream for Dale Hart, founder of Classic Adventures. In the summer of 2007, he rode solo, self-contained, from Oakland, CA, back home to Rochester, NY. That didn’t quite meet his goal. In 2008, he and wife Dianne rode from Everett, WA, back to Rochester, ...
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

Northeast Sampler

11 Days Moderate-Advanced
This new trip, A Northeast Sampler, takes you through some of the best cycling in the northeastern U.S. We begin near Rochester, NY, in the small college town of Brockport, NY, where Classic Adventures got its start. Highlights include the Erie Canal, recognized as the greatest engineering ...
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

Burgundy Bike Tour

6 Days Moderate
Our five night tour of the Burgundy region has been carefully orchestrated to incorporate the finer elements of France: fine wines (Pinot Noir), luxurious four Star Hotels, delightful cuisine, world class vineyards, a gentle rolling terrain, and a Burgundian "joie de vivre" that goes unsurpassed ...
Updated by CTG on 13 Feb 2014

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