Bike Vermont!

"Bicycling", a ca. 1887 color print showing one of the few ways in which it was socially acceptable for women to ride cycles, in the years before the invention of "safety bicycles" and the woman's "bicycle suit"

“Bicycling”, a ca. 1887 color print showing one of the few ways in which it was socially acceptable for women to ride cycles, in the years before the invention of “safety bicycles” and the woman’s “bicycle suit”

Vermont isn’t only about relaxation and maple syrup. A fantastic way to see the state in the fall is on the seat of a bicycle. Enthusiasts can choose from old logging roads, gravel paths and an huge network of hardly-used small roadways that make perfect biking roads.

Take your bike to just about any type of scenery: meadows, forests, hills and dales, beckon. You can even go riding to an abandoned granite quarry.

Considering a real multi-day adventure? Then you must look in to an authentic inn to inn, door to door biking experience in Vermont’s lower Champlain Valley. Travel like a king or queen with luggage transfer, cue sheets, maps, well-known routes, and best of all, dinner and breakfast supplied each day.

Biking in Vermont is an experience you won’t soon forget.