Imagine relaxing with your favorite micro-brew or a glass of award-winning wine while recapping your thrilling day of cycling in Colorado’s high country. Tap into Colorado’s epic cycling and get a flavor of Colorado’s thriving beer & wine scene on these Colorado Bike, Brews & Wine Guided Day Tours. Tough gig, but somebody’s gotta’ do it!
Duration: 3 1/2 to 4 hoursLevel: LeisurelyFrom: $99 USD/person, double occupancy
Prepare for a bike adventure with a twist! Cycle in one of the most breathtaking regions for scenery and spirits on this half-day guided Breckenridge Distillery & Spirits Bike Tour. Pedal Breckenridge’s car-free bike paths, sample world-class spirits and enjoy a guided tour of Breckenridge, Colorado’s ghostly history.
Duration: 3 1/2 to 4 hoursLevel: LeisurelyFrom: $79 USD/person, double occupancy
Pedal serene bike paths and experience Breckenridge Colorado’s vibrant and booming craft brewing scene. World class cycling. World class beer. World class fun!
Duration: 3-4 hoursLevel: LeisurelyFrom: $135 USD/person, double occupancy
Enjoy impressive alpine landscapes, pedal serene bike paths and experience Colorado’s vibrant and booming craft-brewing scene on the Keystone Bike Tour – Bike & Brews.
Duration: 4 hoursLevel: Leisurely – Relaxed riding pace – great for all abilitiesFrom: $79 USD/person, double occupancy
We’ll brew up some serious fun as we cruise through Denver on our mission to taste some of the finest craft brews around!
Duration: 3 1/2 – 4 hour bicycle tourLevel: LeisurelyFrom: $79 USD/person, double occupancy
Visit some of the best Colorado craft breweries on our Boulder Bike & Brews Guided Day Tour. Cruise along traffic-free paths, learn the nuances of different craft beers, and sample some world-class brews.
Duration 6 days / 5 nightsLevel ModerateFrom $1645 USD/2persons, double occupancy
Our cycling trip in Scottsdale and the Sonoran Desert is tailored to each guest and incorporates the best cycling routes in the area, offering daily lengths from 15-100 miles. This trip is perfect for the casual road biker, the visiting triathlete looking for winter miles, or the avid cyclist.