It’s your vacation, and it happens at your pace.
DuVine guests travel in style: with top-of-the-line bikes, knowledgeable guides who can fix anything, the option of a relaxing break in the support van, and the potential for extra miles any time. This isn’t the kind of tour where you’ll be herded into a bus. Our carefully designed itineraries include a variety of biking routes at varying levels, equally suited to pro and occasional riders alike, and can always be adapted to your wants and needs. And when we aren’t riding, our days are filled with organized visits and activities and plenty of free time when guests can relax by the pool or explore at their own pace. Guides are attentive to each traveler’s needs and always available to help out with anything. No matter what your cycling experience, we have the perfectly crafted itinerary to suit you.
- I don’t bike much and wouldn’t consider myself a “cyclist,” but I like the idea of getting some exercise on my vacation.
- 15 miles without hills is plenty of riding for me. I want some time for the spa and wine tastings. (Less than 750 feet of climbing per day)
- I like to ride on Saturday and Sunday mornings. I’m comfortable on a bike and not afraid of wearing bike shorts.
- I’m happy riding 20-40 miles during the day and don’t mind a few shorter hills, but I might need the van for longer ones. (750-1,500 feet of climbing per day)
- I ride when I can during the week and try to go for longer rides on the weekends. I own cycling shoes and multiple jerseys.
- I’m happy riding 30-50 miles per day through hilly terrain. Hills are a great way to train, but I can only do so many. (1,000-2,000 feet of climbing per day)
- Cycling is a central part of my life. I watch the Tour de France every year and wish I were out there with them. I’ve at least considered shaving my legs as a man.
- I’m happy riding over 50 miles per day and frequently average over 19 mph for two hours.
- Hills, cols, and summits make me happy. I don’t need support, but it would be nice to have a team car to show the way and provide snacks so I’m not getting lost and eating sweaty energy bars all week. (2,500-6,000 feet of climbing per day)