Scenic Bike Adventures Throughout New England

Tour on two wheels and with your own two feet, Atlantic seaside villages in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island to rolling hills and farm land in Vermont to light houses on the rugged Maine coast and vibrant foliage of the white mountains or the Berkshires. Glorious weekend or week-long adventures await you. See which tour company fits your bicycle tour bucket list criteria.

Summer Feet – Maine

The 10 unique tours offered by Summer Feet are created from experience. Whether you join them for their half day 5 Lighthouse Portland Tour or one of their Weekend Bike Tour or Weeklong Bicycle Tours they give you a personalized, guided tour of their favorite, little-known areas of Maine. Cycling trips take you down picturesque coastal roads, onto quiet islands and along hidden paths. You’re rewarded at each turn with beautiful scenery and a taste of the best offerings of the coast.
Backroads Bicycle Tours – Martha’s Vineyard, MA

Atlantic Islands & Beachside Villages
It’ll be early on. You’ll round a corner on one of the beach roads, maybe in ‘Sconset or Aquinnah. And it will hit you. The quiet. The open Atlantic pulsing on the shore. Sea birds above and a beach breeze rustling the dunes. It gives you that “I’m never going back” feeling where you imagine selling all your possessions and buying a lobster boat. It’s okay, the feeling passes eventually. But you’ll have five days to enjoy it.
Great Freedom Adventures – Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Tour: Sea Breezes, Lighthouses, Farms, and Yachts
Panoramic ocean vistas, wildlife-filled salt ponds, wide beaches, stately lighthouses, fishing villages, colonial Dutch windmills, grazing sheep, America’s Cup yachts, the “summer cottages” of 19th century millionaires, and so much more will captivate you as we bike Rhode Island’s inlets and isles.
Easy Rider Tours –Berkshires, MA

Autumn in the Berkshires
Rich with color, art, and history, the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts make for spectacular fall cycling. Their routes lead through idyllic farmlands, forested hillsides, and quintessential New England villages. They’ll stop to visit the Berkshires’ best-loved cultural landmarks, from the Norman Rockwell Museum to Hancock Shaker Village, whose beautifully preserved buildings and gardens are all that remain of the Shakers’ eighteenth-century “City of Peace.” Artists, authors, and dreamers alike have found inspiration in the Berkshires’ beauty. Many a cyclist has as well!
VBT – Vermont

Biking Southern Vermont: A New England Idyll
Quality and unsurpassed value is the unconditional foundation of every VBT active vacation. There’s nothing like traveling with a local to get the most out of your new destination: That’s why every VBT vacation is guided by two Trip Leaders who are local to the region. A fascinating blend of tour guide, coach, driver, and caregiver, your Trip Leaders will delight you with their detailed knowledge of customs and cuisine, knack for bringing you closer to your traveling companions, and unflappable good cheer.
CT Bike Tours

Their bicycle tours are leisurely paced guided rides along gently rolling hills that are made easy to navigate thanks to their 24 speed “comfort bikes”…or, if you’ve brought it along, ride your own. Either way, join them on their popular shoreline bicycle and boat ride or, if your visit to Connecticut takes you away from the shore, they can design a guided ride that will take you along rolling country roads past scenic villages, forests and farms, anywhere in the state.
Bike The Whites – New Hampshire

Bike the Whites is New Hampshire’s premier inn-to-inn bicycling tour combining the grandeur of the White Mountains with the pampered luxury and exquisite cuisine of three of New Hampshire’s finest Country Inns. Enjoy three days of cycling along scenic back roads on gently rolling terrain. Stop for a break by a covered bridge or scenic waterfall. Take a dip in a cool mountain lake.


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