Tucson Old West Cycling Tour

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4 Day(s)
245 Miles


Explore the Old West from Tucson to Tombstone on an incredible road bike tour! Just when you feel like winter's icy grip will never let go, reward yourself with a cycling trip to Southern Arizona where the sun-warmed roads wind past towering cacti and jagged mountains. You will be amazed at the sight of the mighty saguaro cactus, lush green vineyards, sparkling lakes, and snow-frosted peaks soaring to 10,000 ft, known in these parts as the Sky Islands. This is the famous wild west country of Tombstone, but today the climate is both bike friendly and hospitable.

Our cycling trip begins in Tucson, a hotspot for cyclists from around the world. The first rides of the trip will explore the amazing beauty of Saguaro National Park before we head south to bike through Sonoita wine country, approaching the far reaches of Arizona's southern border and finishing in the most famous town of the Old West - Tombstone! Southern Arizona may be known for its wild west history, but its lesser-known claim to fame is in its richly natural landscape, boasting some of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in all of North America. The wide open country roads and warm sunshine call out to cyclists - come explore!


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Tour Information

4 Days
Tour Language:
Cost From:
USD 1595

Tour Distance & Dates

245 Miles

Additional Information


(1) nights lodging at Comfort Suites Sabino Canyon (double occupancy)
(2) nights lodging at Sonoita Inn (double occupancy)
Round-trip ground transportation from the Tucson host hotel
All park entry fees and permits
Meals starting lunch Day 1 through lunch Day 4 except dinner Day 2
Water and snacks
Wine tasting in Sonoita
Rider support/aid stations during rides
Rider cue sheets, GPX files in advance (upon request)
2 Professional Wilderness First Responder certified guide/mechanic


Personal insurance and expenses
Air transportation to and from Tucson
Pre- and post-trip lodging
Breakfast Day 1, dinner Days 2 and 4
Alcohol and related gratuities
Bike and helmet (available with bike rental)
Bike shipping/building/packing/tuning
Personal cycling kit
Optional gratuities to guides
Taxes on add ons such as bike rentals, transfers, gear rentals


Accommodation upgrade


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