We did this bike ride in September for the 2nd time as we did it several years ago and loved it. We booked it as an unusual wedding gift for my husband's sister who had never been to Palm Springs. We are all aged late...More
This bicycle tour takes you through a protected wilderness zone running along the San Andreas Fault, to areas inaccessible by traditional tour vehicle. Along the way, you'll snap photos of the Salton Sea, Mt. San Jacinto, the All-American Canal, and the eastern Coachella Valley. The 20-mile (32-km), paved route is mostly downhill with no cross roads, no turns, and very little traffic, making this a fun and scenic adventure suitable for all ages.
This tour is great!! 99% of the ride is gentle downhill. No need to ride the brakes or pedal much at all. Our guide was super and even got us all a cup of date ice cream. The bikes are great. New or nearly new,...More
Hello Mike, we are so glad that you enjoyed the tour! It is a great, scenic, easy and fun way to see our magnificent desert. I think that your party was one of the last to enjoy this tour before Hurricane Rosa came through the...More
We had a great experience on this tour. Our guide, Raul was nice and talkative and told us lots of tidbits of information about the area on the way to the starting point. Once we got there, we got on our bikes and drove straight...More
We appreciate you joining us! There really is no prettier bike route in the area. Thank you!
At 65, I was a little worried about the heat (110 by noon) , even though we started at 7 am. Also worried I wouldn't be able to keep up. It was fine on both counts -- the other people went up ahead but we...More
That is exactly how we want our guests to enjoy the tour...at their own pace and taking in the sights. Thank you so much for joining us and the kind words about Raul.
We four seniors coasted, chatted, and stared in wonder on this easy 20 mile mostly coasting bike ride. Raul was our guide and support vehicle and he was exceptional. Highly recommend!!!!!
Thank you Stan! Yes, it is a very manageable tour. We really do consider it a sightseeing tour that just happens to be by bicycle. So proud of Raul too.