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CPJMAJDT wrote a review Oct 2019
Coudersport, Pennsylvania20 contributions1 helpful vote
We rented light hybrid bikes for four days and thoroughly enjoyed the bikes and the recommended routes. The staff also recommended some hikes and restaurants by the coast, all of which were excellent. Finally, when our power had been out for 2 1/2 days the staff at Wine Country Bikes allowed us to take a shower in their store even though we had returned our bikes two days ago. We hope to return soon!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Barbara S wrote a review Sep 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
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We spent 3 wonderful days in Healdsburg, with the assistance of John, at Wine Country Bikes. They booked 2 nights at the Camellia Inn, a very nice B and B. Accommodations were very nice, great breakfasts and evening wine and cheese out by the pool. We enjoyed both the owners and guests. We had 2 great rides, one curated by Tac, who guided us on a beautiful ride through Dry Creek, including 2 wineries and a wonderful lunch. Our solo ride through the Russian River was beautiful and well documented for us. Also had a marvelous dinner at Dry Creek Kitchen, arranged by Wine Country Bike’s. We did our rides on e-bikes, that really enhanced the experience and allowed us to have a further range and more hills.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jonathan h wrote a review Sep 2019
Florida32 contributions15 helpful votes
We just rented bikes for a day. We were given a recommended route which was the company's favorite, we were told. We found out that most of it is indeed a beautiful route, but you share it with cars and a good number of ag/construction trucks-there is no bike lane of any kind for 90% of the route. We were also not told that this was quite a hilly route as well-almost no flat parts. If we had, I would have upgraded to an "E" bike for my wife. She struggled throughout, and we saw only two wineries as a result. In general, I just felt we were hurried out the door when we got there.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from WCBikes, Owner at Wine Country Bikes
Responded Sep 11, 2019
We’re sorry that you didn’t fully enjoy your day of biking. The route you rode up the Dry Creek Valley is the most popular route in the Sonoma Wine Country for biking. There are some rolling hills, the largest is about the size of two flights of stairs. Yes, because you’re riding alongside working vineyards, you do need to share the road with a tractor now and then, but you’re right it is indeed a beautiful route. We often hear how people appreciate us getting them out on their bikes as quickly and as we can, so they may enjoy as much of the day as possible- we’re sorry if you felt rushed- that certainly was not our intent.
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Tim Smart wrote a review Aug 2019
3 contributions8 helpful votes
Very friendly and slick service. Great maps and food / wine suggestions. The tandem never missed a beat.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tandemclimber2014 wrote a review Aug 2019
Boulder, Colorado6 contributions2 helpful votes
My wife and I just returned from a fantastic vacation organized by John. The friendly help and excellent service in every aspect could not have been better. It had been seven years since our last trip with Wine Country Bikes (also excellent). We will not wait so long before returning.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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