One of our favorite things to do is to travel by bicycle. We first dipped our toes into bicycle touring in 2014 when we set our sights on riding across the United States. Since then, we have fallen more in love with it. A bike tour, whether it be on or off road, provides the perfect opportunity to disconnect from the hectic and stressful nature of everyday life. It allows you to travel at a pace where you truly connect with your surroundings and have the opportunity to meet people and discover unexpected treasures. Below we have compiled a list of all the bike tours we’ve completed so far, as well as a handful that we have thought about or are actively planning! We hope that you enjoy reading about our trips, and hope that they might inspire you to plan some trips of your own. Anyone can do it. The important thing is just getting out there, and the hardest part is always the first step (or pedal stroke, in this case). Happy pedaling!
Past Bike Tours
|Tim Pond BikepackingLabor day weekend bikepacking through Western ME with a 1-night stay at Tim Pond Wilderness Camps.||Great Glen WayFour-day supported tour through the Scottish highlands, Fort William to Inverness. Follow links for subsequent days 2, 3 & 4.||Cape Cod WeekendWeekend tour to Cape Cod with a 1-night stay at our friend Ashley's grandmothers house.|
|Cross-USA Bike TourSelf-supported tour across the United States during the summer of 2015, from Maine to California.||Hampton BeachWeekend shakeout tour from Boston to Hampton Beach, NH.||MisquamicutWeekend shakeout tour from Northwestern Connecticut to Misquamicut Beach.|
Future Bike Tours
|GDMBRThe next time we can manage the time off from work, we want to ride the GDMBR from Canada to Mexico.||Carretera AustralWe love South America, and dream to one day ride the length of the Carretera Austral and then visit Patagonia.||Nova ScotiaWe would love to take the ferry from Portland, Maine to Yamouth, Nova Scotia and then ride back.|
|Northern ScotlandWe hope to return to Scotland to explore some more, hopefully north of the Great Glen Way!||Dalton HighwayWe would love to explore the Alaskan wilderness, the Dalton highway (Alaska Rt. 11) might be the perfect place to start.|