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The "Classic" Dry Creek Valley Bike or E-Bike Tour

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From Our Healdsburg, CA Touring Center

Casual 15-20 Mile Ride on Comfortable Bikes

Great Guides & A Gourmet Winery Picnic

Small, private groups - $250 Per Person (group discounts available)


For almost 20 years our “Classic" Dry Creek Valley Tour has been considered the quintessential wine country bike tour.

Casual riding on beautiful roads, visits to a few gorgeous wineries, a great guide, amazing picnic lunch- one of those daydream days!

Amazing Biking!

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The Dry Creek Valley is one of the greatest casual biking routes in the world. It’s mostly small rolling hills on quiet country roads and our tour is designed for healthy and active people to be able to enjoy. The total riding distance is less than 25 miles and you can choose from the standard hybrid style bike or upgrade to an electric assist for easy cruising. These bikes have a nice casual upright riding position, very comfortable seats and are surprisingly easy to pedal. There's no better way to experience the Dry Creek Valley!

Local people!


Our staff and guides all live and love life here in Sonoma County. We’re connected to the community and landscape and we have a passion for sharing that connection with others. You won’t just get all those fun facts- you’ll get a passionate peek inside Sonoma County.

Local Food!

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A great bike tour deserves great food and, sure, our guides love to cook; but when you’re visiting a place with a gourmet deli, founded in 1881, owned by famed winemaker Jean-Charles Boisset and dedicated to creating the perfect picnic lunch- it’s time to leave it to the professionals! So,that’s exactly what we do and all of our lunches are catered by the Oakville Grocery and served with a touch of Sonoma County Style at one of our favorite wineries.

Oh, and by the way, we know that it’s normal to get a bit hungry before lunch when you're out on a bike ride- so we’ll be sure to have a nice local cheese & some crackers with us…

Local Wine!

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Yes, this is also a winery tour and we’ve been taking folks to visit the wineries in Dry Creek Valley for almost 20 years, so needless to say, we all know each other around here- we’re just waiting for you to come visit! If you're a wine lover, you'll get a rare chance to handle the dirt, inspect the vines and taste the wines of the Dry Creek Valley.

We’ll choose the wineries for your tour based on who has availability, what your group is like, and even the weather- trust us to make sure your visit is amazing!

And it all starts at our touring center...

Which is great, because it’s right next to the Healdsburg bike trail and Dry Creek Valley, and it’s welcoming, has a nice clean bathroom, changing rooms and even showers. It’s where we are when you talk to us on the phone, it’s where we care for and keep our awesome fleet of bikes...

Our "Classic" Dry Creek Valley Bike Tour Includes:

  • A Local Professional and Knowledgeable Guide
  • Trek Hybrid Style Bike & Helmet
  • Gourmet Winery Picnic Catered by Oakville Grocery
  • Late Morning Local Cheese & Cracker Snack
  • Cold Drinks Throughout the Tour
  • Purchase Pick-up at Wineries
  • Van Support as Needed

Tasting fees are not included.

We love to have fun! but...please be aware...

Riding under the influence of alcohol is illegal, unsafe and less enjoyable.
We recommend spitting out any wine tasted and purchasing your favorite to enjoy later!

Check out our other single day adventures here!

 In Season Hours:

  •  Open 7 Days a week 9am-5pm pacific time

 Two person minimum in season.  Give us a call for more information! 1-800-499-2453.

We're the only bicycle touring company located in the Town of Healdsburg (and we've been here a long time!).

Our tours are not available through any other websites or online resellers such as Trip Advisor or Viator.

Prefer to plan your own tour?
Find info on how to do it here...

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