Our newest tour introduces you to the beautiful Western Sonoma Region, beginning in Santa Rosa and continuing on to Sebastopol and beyond. Come enjoy some wonderful wines and amazing views as we bike along bike trails and quiet country roads.
Who knew one of the best places to find unique and delicious craft beers is in the Wine Country? Well we do! And we want to take you on a lovely bike tour showcasing some great local breweries as well as the picturesque and artistic town of Sebastopol!
This trip gives you the best of both worlds in the breathtaking Carneros Region. Enjoy wine tasting as we bike to wineries in the morning, and kayak on the Napa River in the afternoon.
Our most popular trip! This is an off the beaten path look at the scenic upper Napa Valley. You’ll travel along country lanes to small, family owned wineries that showcase some of the best wines in the Napa Valley.
Ride on some of Sonoma County’s most beautiful roads! We will spend the day enjoying the rolling hills of the Dry Creek Valley, an area reminiscent of Provence, France.
We’ve discovered one of the quietest and most beautiful cycling spots in the Napa Valley – quiet, little traffic, small family-owned wineries, and even views of San Francisco Bay.
The perfect tour for those who want to “do it all” in only one day. We enjoy a morning bike ride to wineries for tastings, and then we enjoy a relaxing afternoon of kayaking on one of the most scenic sections of the Russian River.
Explore exotic animals in their natural habitat and bike along country lanes to small, family owned wineries that showcase some of the best wines in the Napa Valley. Enjoy two trips in one, don’t miss out!
A wine tour for advanced cyclists—a challenging morning ride followed by an afternoon of wine tasting in one of our air-conditioned vehicles.
Are you a foodie looking for a tour in Wine Country? Our Farm Fresh tour takes you to some of the best farms, olive oil producers, and organic wineries in the Dry Creek Valley.
Looking for a scenic and fun ride from Wine Country to San Francisco? We pass vineyards, hills, meadows, bays, and even cross the Golden Gate Bridge!