Outside of Asia…

June 22, 2021

We have enjoyed some amazing rides over the years. Let's start with Europe and Oregon State in the USA. Booking links for these tours are found after the tour intro or by going to our Booking Tab directly. Keep an eye on this page as we will be adding Bike rides in Croatia, Barcelona, Australia, Bali, New Zealand and Athens and will update everyone on new rides via our monthly email.

Rome and Italy

Discover Rome and its tasty foods, The Appian Way or the Roman countryside with our selection of three private tours offering a choice of whether to ride a pedal assisted bicycle or a Mtb.

1 of 3 A Private Bike Ride through the Roman Countryside

5 Hours Private Tour Moderate Level

Your half-day tour in the Roman countryside begins when you ride the cycle path that runs along the Lungotevere by e-Bike or MTB, leaving the city behind, to travel along the ancient Appian Way, a road whose history dates back to 312 BC. to provide strategic access in and out of the Roman republic. You will stop to explore the historical sites around the Appian Way. Enjoy the scenery and snap some photos before continuing on your bike to the ancient burial sites of Rome. Follow your guide, take a first-hand peek at the ancient aqueducts of the Eternal City within the Parco degli Acquedotti and enjoy a mix of history, nature and art. Next, head to Parco della Caffarella and Parco Tor Fiscale, where you will be enchanted by the splendid journey immersed in nature and the numerous historical remains of ancient Rome. I stay listening to your guide because he will enchant you with many anecdotes about ancient Rome and enjoy free time to take beautiful photos before returning back to the meeting point, where the tour ends.

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

Roman Countryside Cycling and Arch
Roman Countryside Bike Riding and Relaxing

2 of 3 Cycle the Appia Antica of 35km with some surprises!

Cycle the Appian Way country roads Italy
Cycle to Italian Lakes

8 Hours Private Tour Moderate Level

Live an adventure experience. During this fantastic route of the Appia Antica, about 35km starting from Rome, you will meet tombs, ruins and mounds surrounded by greenery, until you reach one of the most beautiful lakes of the central Italy: Castel Gandolfo, as well as the Pope's summer residence, you can take a regenerating bath (be careful because there are no changing rooms and showers). In the center of CastelGandolfo you will be surprised by the visit to a particular Osteria with a historic Cellar where you can taste a local wine before sitting down for a tasty lunch (appetizer, first course and water). After eating together with your guide, you will go to the station to take the train that will take you back to Rome Central Station: Roma Termini, and then continue by e-bike to the starting point. There is also the possibility to swim at the Lake.

This tour not recommended for children. For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

3 of 3 When in Rome Cycle and EAT like the Romans!

Bike and Eat like the Romans. Pizza!
Bike and Eat like the Romans Ice Cream!

4 Hours Private Tour Easy

Combine an e-bike tour of Rome with a tasting of authentic traditional deliciousness. Try some homemade dishes, such as supplì, pizza and ice cream. Enjoy authentic local specialties while you immerse yourself in the local culture of Rome.

Start your gastronomic tour on the banks of the Tiber along the cycle path until you reach the places where you can taste the different local specialties with a sprinkling of history and culinary stories in the meantime.

This 6-tasting Progressive Culinary experience takes you to visit 6 different local companies. Our Street Food Tour focuses on product quality rather than quantity. Our goal is to make you taste high quality ingredients: small local dishes with a huge flavor.

POSSIBLE TASTINGS: Taste fresh fruit at the ancient Campo de 'Fiori market considered one of the oldest in the center of Rome. Eat a tasty slice of pizza from Antico Forno Roscioli, one of the best local ovens. Savor a tasty supplì at the Trastevere district. Trapizzino is a Roman invention, be enchanted by the peculiarity of the pizza, near Piazza Trilussa. Taste fresh pasta near Castel Sant'Angelo at the Il Pastaio Take Away. Delight your palate with a refreshing ice cream

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page



Oregon, USA

1 of 6 Oregon's Covered Bridge Scenic Bikeway - a 36 mile loop

Cycling the Covered Bridges of Oregon

5 Hours Moderate

Oregon’s Covered Bridge Scenic Bikeway is a 36-mile loop with spectacular scenery beginning and ending near Main Street in nearby Cottage Grove. Pedal past six historic covered bridges, including a ride through Mosby Creek Bridge and the Chambers Covered Bridge. Enjoy an added bonus of a view of Wildwood Falls. Riders and guides will be shuttled to/from Cottage Grove from Rally Central at Richardson Park. This ride has limited capacity.

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

2 of 6 Explore Portland and the Columbia Gorge Scenic Area

Portland and the Columbia Gorge Scenic Area

8.5 hours Easy

Your day of exploring some of Oregon’s most famous natural attractions starts with hotel pickup in downtown Portland. You will then head out of the city to Multnomah Falls, the second tallest waterfall in the United States!

Enjoy the natural beauty in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area while anticipating just a taste of what's to come, starting with your first stop at Multnomah Falls, the most visited waterfall in Oregon. The second-highest year-round waterfall in the United States, iconic Multnomah Falls is fed by Larch Mountain’s underground springs.  

Continuing eastbound along the scenic highway we stop in Hood River, a quaint Historic town located at the confluence of the Columbia and Hood rivers.. Listen as your guide educates you about the town’s environmental and cultural history, and learn about the kite-boarders and windsurfers who call this area home on the waters of the Columbia, one of the county's top locations for wind sports. 

Upon arrival in Historic Hood River old town, you have free time for lunch and shopping on your own. Numerous restaurants offer a chance to grab a bite, and then peruse the shops and wine-tasting rooms, if you wish (own expense), time permitting. 

After lunch your stops may include; Rowena Crest, a farm stand (seasonally), Trillium Lake (seasonally), and Timberline Lodge, positioned at an elevation of 11,249 feet (3,429 meters) on Mt Hood, Oregon’s tallest peak (weather permitting). Hop out to tour the lodge or take a short walk around the lodge to enjoy its mountain scenery. 

Your day trip ends with the drive back to Portland, returning to the city for hotel drop-off. 

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

3 of 6 From Bend Explore Central Oregon

Smith Rock Central Oregon, Bend and Sisters High Desert Ponderosa Pines Mountains

8 Hours Moderate

Start your day off with a hike at Smith Rock State Park! Upon our arrival at the park you will enjoy a wonderful hike along the Crooked River.  As we hike along this family friendly trail don’t be surprised if you see River Otters swimming in the river, or Golden Eagles nesting in the cliff faces.  You will also see rock climber scaling the faces of the cliffs and climbing Monkey Face!  Smith Rock is Oregon’s premier rock climbing destination, and one of the best sport climbing areas in the United States. This world-renowned sport climbing mecca has more than once been at the focal point of the climbing world. Extensive development took place in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s by locals and international climbers alike, who put up scores of classic climbs on the tuff and basalt cliffs; development continues to this day with new moderates and cutting-edge routes going up each year. The distance we will hike depends on the size of the group and the ability levels of everyone hiking.

After exploring Smith Rock we will stop for lunch (not included in price) in the town of Sisters, Oregon.

When you pull into the Old West town of Sisters, you’ll feel like you’re making a getaway. This friendly little outpost in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains draws visitors for its profound natural beauty as well as annual celebrations like the Sisters Rodeo, the Sisters Quilt Show (held the second Saturday in July) and the Sister Folk Festival (drawing crowds in September).

In Sisters you will find unique shops and art galleries that make shopping more than just retail therapy. It’s a cultural experience.  Sisters is proud of its reputation as an arts community and is home to a vast number of incredibly talented individuals. Many unique galleries featuring clay work, sculpture, photography, paintings, jewelry, fiber art and much more can be found throughout Sisters. And most recently Sisters Country is very proud of its growing collection of Public Art.

After your afternoon in Sisters we will drive you back to your hotel in Bend 

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

4 of 6 From Bend Explore Crater Lake National Park!

Crater lake National Park and historical lodge

8 Hours Moderate

Upon arrival at Crater Lake we will spend the day visiting all the incredible vistas, visitor centers, overlooks & Historic Lodge.  Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands of years with some of the 1st Native Americans who discovered it’s beauty and mystic. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; steep surrounding cliffs almost two thousand feet high; two unique picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty and the Nations deepest lake at over 1,900 ft deep.

Lunch in Crater Lake National Park is not included. We will stop at Crater lake Lodge where you will be able to purchase lunch and eat while overlooking the beautiful expanse of bright blue water. 

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

5 of 6 From Eugene White Water Raft the Mckenzie River!

White Water Raft the McKenzie River in Oregon

9 Hours Moderate

Experience a full day whitewater rafting trip on the glorious McKenzie River!

Trips are paddle trips, where everyone participates by paddling, unless otherwise requested. If requested, the guide will row the raft, and you sit and relax while the guide does the maneuvering.

The spectacular rivers of Oregon are an outdoor treasure waiting to be discovered. We encourage each and every one of you to find a way to make your whitewater rafting dreams come true this season. This whitewater rafting trip is for every range of interest and every level of ability.

The McKenzie, with its crystal clear water banked by lush forests, is ideal both for an introduction to river running, or an exhilarating trip for the experienced.

Experience: No experience is necessary! An expert whitewater guide will teach you paddling techniques and river safety while guiding you downriver. Even non-swimmers will feel confident and secure in Coast Guard approved life jackets.

Safety Gear: Top quality personal flotation devices (life jackets) are provided and must be worn at all times while on the water. At the beginning of your trip, your guide will give you a safety lecture. All guides are experienced, friendly, and have first aid training.

Meals: Day trips include a delicious, hearty deli-style lunch. Guests with special dietary or medical needs should inform us before the trip.

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page

6 of 6 Three Day Exploration of Portland, Columbia Gorge, Crater Lake and Vineyards!

Crater Lake National Park, Columbia Gorge Water Falls, Vineyard Exploration all in three days.

Three Days Easy

Day 1: Depart Portland to Silver Falls State Park

People call it the “crown jewel” of the Oregon State Parks system, and once you visit, you know why. Silver Falls State Park is the kind of standout scenic treasure that puts Oregon firmly onto the national—and international—stage. Its beauty, boundless recreational opportunities and historic presence keep it there. Nestled in the foothills of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, less than an hour east of the state capital of Salem, the sprawling 9,200 acre property is the largest state park in Oregon, and one of the most popular.  You will be able to check out the famous South Falls and see what a 177-foot curtain of water looks like from behind. We will also visit North Falls and you will be able to walk behind it!

Lunch (on own) in Silverton, Oregon.

After lunch we will depart Silverton for wine tasting. 

Overnight Eugene

Day 2: Crater Lake National Park

As we drive to Crater Lake we will stop at Salt Creek Falls which is Oregon’s second highest single drop waterfall, cascading 286 feet (87m). (Multnomah Falls is the highest.) This waterfall is also one of Southern Oregon’s most powerful falls, with an average yearly flow of 50,000 gallons per minute surging over the rocks.

Upon arrival at Crater Lake we will spend half the day visiting all the incredible vistas, visitor centers, overlooks & Historic Lodge.   Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands of years with some of the 1st Native Americans who discovered it’s beauty and mystic. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; steep surrounding cliffs almost two thousand feet high; two unique picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty and the Nations deepest lake over 1,900 ft deep.

Lunch Crater Lake National Park (not included)

Overnight in Bend, Oregon

Day 3- Bend to Portland

This morning we will visit the High Desert Museum.  This unique museum reveals the natural world and cultural history of the West’s High Desert region through artful exhibits, alluring animals, engaging programs and meaningful history.  The Museum is  feels like stepping into a different time and place. 

Next we will make a brief stop at Smith Rock State Park, which is one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. Its towering rock spires have beckoned climbers from around the globe since the 1980’s. 

Next stop Timberline Lodge!   You won’t see anything else like it, anywhere.  Legendary, awe-inspiring, a tribute to the rugged spirit of the Pacific Northwest. Monumental lodging on Mt Hood with year round skiing. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon’s most popular tourist attractions, drawing nearly two million visitors every year. 

Return to Portland – Overnight hotel not included

For more details and pricing please go to our Book Now or Indicate Interest Page



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