- Bar Harbor
- Little Cranberry Island
- Sand Beach
This lively Nor’easter is packed with fresh lobster, creamy chowdah and berry scones as you explore the cozy beaches, craggy shoreline and fishing wharves of Mount Desert Island.
Acadia National Park
Immerse yourself in the delights of Acadia National Park as you cruise along the interior carriage roads or along the coastal Park Loop road. Don’t forget to stop at the Jordan Pond house for taste of their famous baked popovers.
Starting From $1,845 (per person) View Tour
- Old Faithful
- Grand Teton
The aroma of pine needles and the windblown mist of geysers await your arrival to the walker’s paradise of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Grand Teton National Park & Yellowstone National Park
Walk your way through Wyoming’s natural treasures—Yellowstone and Grand Teton. We’ll amble along scenic lake loops, through open wilderness trails and past towering falls and geothermal wonders. By night we’ll relax in amenity-filled, in-park lodges.
Starting From $2,395 (per person) View Tour
- Oak Bluffs
For a coastal reel brimming with dramatic vistas, there is no place like Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.
Cape Cod National Seashore
If biking by the ocean is a passion of yours, join us on a lovely rail trail ride through the protected Cape Cod National Seashore. You’ll bask in the ocean scenery before stopping to learn about the area’s diverse ecosystem at the Salt Pond Visitor Center.
Starting From $2,145 (per person) View Tour
Get ready to experience the art, tranquility and stunning natural beauty of America’s Southwest! From the saddle of your custom VBT bicycle, you’ll set out across the open desert, surrounded by magnificent mountains and the wide Arizona sky.
Saguaro National Park
Home to the universal symbol of the American West, the stunning Saguaro cactus, can only be found in this region. Saguaro National Park, located on the edge of the modern city of Tucson, protects some of the most impressive forests of these subtropical, giant cacti.
- Amelia Island
- Fernandina Beach
- St. Augustine
Before Jamestown and Plymouth Rock there was St. Augustine—America’s first settlement. Spain’s Ponce de Leon ‘discovered’ northern Florida in 1513 and our tour follows the trail of European nations who shaped early America at the dawn of a New World.
Fort Matanzas National Monument
Visit Fort Matanzas National Monument, the scene of crucial events in Spanish colonial history. Spain defeated French soldiers here in 1565 as they moved to establish a colony in Florida. In 1742, they built the fort to ward off British encroachments.
Discoveries abound, by bicycle, on foot, and by kayak, on an active vacation that also allows you to slow down to the easy pace of Southern living.
We’ll bike to and explore Fort Moultrie—part of Fort Sumter National Monument. This historic fort is made up of a series of citadels on Sullivan’s Island that were constructed out palmetto logs—hence South Carolina’s state nickname. Fun Fact: Edgar Allen Poe was once stationed here!
Starting From $2,195 (per person) View Tour
Compelling history and gracious living merge seamlessly on this laid-back reel through the Old South. You’ll delve into the Civil War and antebellum past as you tour storied battlefields with a local historian and set your own pace on a “Pilgrimage” through historic homes and gardens.
Natchez Trace Parkway & Vicksburg National Military Park
Take in lovely rides along sections of the Natchez Trace Parkway, which follows the 440 mile eponymous path that was created by Native Americans and used for centuries thereafter by explorers, traders and immigrants. Later, we’ll delving into American Civil War history on a bike ride through the Vicksburg National Military Park, which preserves the site of the Battle of Vicksburg.