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Pacific Atlantic Cycling Tours
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+1 262 736-2453
PO Box 303
Sharon WI 53585
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Pacific Atlantic Cycling Tours

PAC Tour (Pacific-Atlantic-Cycling Tour) was started in 1985 by cross country record holders Susan Notorangelo and Lon Haldeman to offer long distance cyclists the ultimate cycling vacation. Lon and Susan offer their expertise from over seventy transcontinentals, making PAC Tour run as smooth as possible. The support staff are professional individuals including many former Race Across America veterans.
Their Tours

Pedal Across Peru

This tour is not currently scheduled
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Western Route 66

21 Days Mod-Advanced 1302 MLSAVG 72 MLS
Route 66 first became a recognized highway in 1926. It evolved with different alignments that carried thousands of travelers from Chicago to California and back again. Our bicycle tour will explore these forgotten sections and link together many desolate pieces of original roadbed. Besides ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Northern Transcontinental Cross Country

34 Days Moderate 3601 MLSAVG 116 MLS
Since we are entering Canada you will need a passport or Enhanced Driver's License available if you reside in Michigan, Vermont, New York or Washington. This is a tourists tour for riders looking for a scenic cross country ride. Our new route spends the first day exploring the coastal region ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Eastern Mountains Tour

19 Days Mod-Advanced 1668 MLSAVG 98 MLS
This is our Fifth Eastern Mountains Tour. During 17 riding days we will travel 1,668 miles south along the ridge of the Appalachian Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway. Total climbing will be 101,000 feet which is about the same as the Northern Transcontinental in half the distance. Lon has ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Desert Camp: Cactus Classic

8 Days
This week of Camp is a fun week of riding through beautiful desert terrain. We will tour for six days in the flat lower desert west and north of Tucson. The weather is always warmer here and a good place for February training. Our out and back route offers flat to gently rolling landscape ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Desert Camp: Historical Hotels

8 Days Easy-Moderate
Arrive in Tucson and saddle up for a tour filled with sizzlin' southwest history every day! The first day we ride 49 miles to the Old Sonoita Inn. This inn was built in the style of a horse barn to honor the famous race horse Secretariat. The following morning we'll head out on an easy 55 miles ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Desert Camp: Mountain Tour

8 Days Adv-Challenging
Mountain Tour is the hardest desert camp week with 7 full riding days. The route makes a grand loop first heading south to the border town of Douglas then back north to Lordsburg, New Mexico and Safford, Arizona. We weave out to Safford, Arizona where Mt. Graham lies to the south. A winding 35 ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Desert Camp: Century Week

8 Days Mod-Advanced
This week is for riders who want to ride long miles everyday, but stay at one location for four nights. The first day's ride to Nogales offers a change in scenery then we head to Sierra Vista - our base hotel at the Holiday Inn Express. On the last day we ride back to Tucson. Daily rides can be ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

Desert Camp: Chiricahua

8 Days Adv-Challenging
This week is a cross between our popular Mountain Tour with more time to ride the beautiful Chiricahua Mountains. The 15 mile climb to the Chiricahua Monument is considered one of the best roads in the region. You will spend 2 nights in Willcox and 2 nights in Historic Bisbee so you can ...
Updated by CTG on 21 Oct 2015

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