A RIDE WITH A VIEW
People either know the Adirondack Park and love it, or they've never been and they're curious. For both groups, we ask this: What better way is there to enjoy and explore one of America's most beautiful regions than on a fully supported bike tour?
Cycle Adirondacks is the first fully supported annual road bike tour of the Adirondack Park. We debuted the event in 2015, and it was magical. That's why 99 percent of our riders said they "had a great time" or rated it a "top-5 vacation ever" – and that same 99 percent would recommend it to others.
Here are just a few reasons why:
- Three catered meals a day and fully stocked rest stops
- Free live entertainment, beer and wine
- Free baggage service, device charging and lodging shuttles
- Free massage and yoga
One of the best things about Cycle Adirondacks is that it benefits Wildlife Conservation Society and its Adirondacks Program. We have naturalists and wildlife experts available on the route and in camp, to talk to if you want to know more. Your enjoyment of the tour will only increase as you learn more about the places you’re riding through, staying in and helping support and protect.
Event Dates: August 20-27, 2016
Start/Finish Location: Hadley-Lake Luzerne, NY
Mileage: 60-65 miles per day average; options for 198 to 426 miles
Week Riders: $1,495
Adventure Travel Program and Junior Riders (under 18): $995
3-/4-day Riders: $645 (SOLD OUT)
3-/4-day Junior Riders (under 18): $545 (SOLD OUT)
3-/4-day Adventure Travelers: $495 (SOLD OUT)
Special Group Offers
We have special offers for groups of 5 or more: friends, bike clubs, corporate teams, etc. Contact Matt VanSlyke for details.
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Day 3 Preview: Keeseville to Saranac Lake
Apple orchards? Who would have thought? Yup, that’s right today we’re riding through the Adirondack apple country and back to the “Capital of the Adirondacks” – the home base of Wildlife Conservation Society's Adirondack Program and Cycle Adirondacks - Saranac Lake.
Plan Your “Day Off” Activities
Of course, we'll sign and staff an incredible route on Wednesday, Aug. 24, but since Cycle Adirondacks isn't moving camp from Saranac Lake until the 25th, you have the option to take a day, or part of a day, off from your bike to explore the incredible amenities that make the "Capital of the Adirondacks" the perfect home for Wildlife Conservation Society's Adirondack Program. And with that, how's this for a menu?
A week exploring the Adirondacks on a guided tour, with catered meals, live entertainment, massage and yoga, your bags carried every day…? Sounds pretty sweet! We’ve created the Cycle Adirondacks Adventure Travel program for non-cyclists who want to come along. A fun mix of daily adventures awaits you – Find out more.