The otherworldly desert landscapes of the Southwest attract outdoor enthusiasts keen to experience the hoodoos and fragrant pine forests of the States’ greatest national parks. Deeply influenced by Spanish and Native American culture, this region of the States boasts natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, for example, a bike tour in Bryce Canyon promises unparalleled scenic vistas.
Known as America’s heartland, the Midwest is a center of industry and agriculture, as well as boasting the Mississippi River, the Great Plains, and rolling vistas of crops. Cycle along the shores of Lake Michigan on a city tour of Milwaukee, or visit cities such as Chicago and St. Louis for an abundance of cultural sightseeing opportunities with a hearty dose of Midwestern hospitality.
The breathtaking, rugged Rockies and lush, dense forestry characterize the landscapes of the North and Northwest, which attract tourists year round for the cycling, hiking, and skiing opportunities they present. Meanwhile, cities like Seattle and Portland are known for their progressive politics and thriving arts scenes.
The West Coast is the most populous region of the United States and is known for its warm climate and varied landscapes. Napa Valley and Sonoma County boast some of the country’s best vineyards, while Silicon Valley is America’s tech center, and Los Angeles glitters with the glamor of an international entertainment industry. Whatever your interests during your visit to America, there really is a bike tour for everyone!