Classic Half-Day Napa Valley Bike Tour
In the current phase of COVID19, it is more important than ever to reserve & plan your visit well in advance! Our guided tours are now limited to just 6 guests due to restrictions at the wineries designed to limit visitation and keep everyone safe.
Half-Day Napa Bike Tour Overview
Our Classic Half-Day Napa Bike Tour is popular for good reason: You’ll enjoy the unique experience of bicycling through wine country – visiting two local wineries for tastings – and still finish early enough to make other plans for your afternoon!
Don’t let the beautiful scenery pass you by while you sit inside a car, van or limo. Get out and experience the vineyards up close, engaging all five of your senses to create memories you’ll never forget!
You’ll join a small group led by a local, knowledgeable Tour Guide who will enhance your understanding of the valley’s history and the romantic “vine-to-bottle” process. You’ll average just 3-6 miles of pedaling between winery visits.
Within the first mile or so, you’ll relax as you discover the pace is definitely catered to tourists, not cyclists. With a casual pace and frequent stops, the emphasis is on enjoying the scenery and discovering local wineries along the way.
Space is limited!
Some of the Wineries We Visit
Post-Tour Lunch Options
Looking for a place to grab a bite after the bike tour?
Here’s a roundup of our favorite casual lunch options within a short walk of our shop in Yountville:
Tour Meet Location
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