On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act creating the National Park Service, and America has never been the same since. They’re the purest, most untouched places in the country. But they’re sure to touch your soul.
If you have yet to visit one of the national parks, Yellowstone is the one for you. Its iconic landscape, fairly flat riding and off-the-bike excursions make it a great all-around option for your first trip to one of America’s outdoor meccas.
For those looking for a true multisport adventure the wilds of Alaska are calling. This trip is designed for casual riders and non-riders alike with off-the-bike activities aplenty. Fly in a plane and land atop a glacier, try your hand at salmon fishing or hike and white water raft the majestic landscape.
Looking for an easy getaway in a truly stunning destination? Bryce and Zion Canyon won’t disappoint. With riding that can provide a challenge and hiking through landscapes that seem from another world, this region might become your new favorite slice of America.
As a slightly less challenging adventure compared to Bryce & Zion and Crater Lake, Glacier offers up terrain that caters to various rider abilities, with plenty of avid options as well as e-bike availability. Plus this is your chance to experience the epic Going-to-the-Sun Road.
This is a go-to family or multi-generational adventure. With the ultimate mix of on and off-the-bike activities, you’ll go from pedaling the islands one day to sea kayaking and whale watching by sunset the next.