Ride through the Columbia River Gorge past breathtaking sights like Bridal Veil Falls and Multnomah Falls.
Follow in the footsteps of two of the world’s greatest explorers, Lewis and Clark, as you travel the country like pioneers.
Pedal past the eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires of South Dakota’s Badlands National Park.
Explore the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during a well-deserved rest day in Cleveland, Ohio.
Take in the sweeping views of New York’s Adirondacks, Vermont’s Green Mountains and New Hampshire’s White Mountains during New England’s fall foliage season.
I rode for me, for health, for the lost years, for life itself. It may sound a bit selfish, but that is absolutely accurate: for me, it was all about life and me.
[The guides] made what would have been a nearly impossible trip into a relatively pleasant one. If there's a cushy way to do this ride, then this is it!
Overall I cannot tell you how incredible this trip was to me physically, personally or emotionally. It was one of the greatest things I ever did in my life. It was an amazing adventure that I will never forget or probably ever surpass. Oh, and I am thinking of doing it again before I die!
At the start, I was looking at a life long goal I set for myself that was going to be hard, difficult, painful, but if successful, the biggest thing I could ever do as person.
I just simply take a moment and smile (large) and shake my head. I'm lucky to do this with a country filled with the people and land that I love so much. Not everybody wants to do this, most cannot physically do this, fewer still take the time out to prepare, only a handful will bicycle every single mile!