Sonoma 4-Day Bike Tour
- Region: North America
- Destination: United States
- Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
- Level: Two
- Price From: $2595
- Single Supplement: $650
|May 23 - May 26, 2016||$2695||Call to book|
|Jun 5 - Jun 8, 2016||$2795||Call to book|
|Jul 11 - Jul 14, 2016||$2795||Book Now|
|Jul 31 - Aug 3, 2016||$2795||Book Now|
|Aug 14 - Aug 17, 2016||$2795||Book Now|
- California’s northern coast, located north of San Francisco and west of Napa
- Known for: endless vineyards, the Mayacamas Mountains, remote roads through ranchlands, stunning coastal views, and towering redwoods
- Eat: farm-to-table produce, grass-fed beef, local cheeses, and oysters
- Drink: Outstanding Pinot Noirs, Zinfandels, Cabernets, and many more from Sonoma’s most famous vineyards
- Riding the beautiful and remote coast along Bodega Bay and the Pacific Ocean
- Enjoying a picnic in Armstrong Redwoods State Park surrounded by 1,400-year-old trees that tower over 300 feet high
- Tasting the best of the region at one of the oldest cheese producers in the country, the Marin French Cheese Company
- Savoring California’s most famous wines where they’re grown, from the coastal Pinot Noir of Joseph Phelps, to the unforgettable Cabernet of Frog’s Leap in Napa
- Enjoying a Michelin-starred meal at Terrapin Creek
We include more on our cycling trips than any other bike tour company in an effort to provide our guests with the most unforgettable, stress-free travel experience.
- Stunning, luxurious, world-class accommodations
- Top-of-the-line bicycle selection
- Daily breakfasts, all lunches, two gourmet dinners, Après Velo cocktails, and nutritious snacks
- Carefully selected local wines with every delicious meal
- Expert guides with extensive local knowledge who go above and beyond to cater to your every need
- Complete van support every mile of the way to enjoy your vacation at your own pace
- Group sizes that don’t exceed 14 guests on a scheduled departure
- Wine tastings as outlined in the itinerary
- Entrance fees to historic sites, fascinating museums, and scenic natural parks
- Pick upand drop off before and after your tour from convenient locations
- Gratuities for baggage, porters, and hotel service
- Pre- and post-travel planning advising with optional upgrade to Concierge Travel Planning (learn more)
- Complimentary DuVine gear, including a custom cycling jersey, DuVine t-shirt, water bottle, and drawstring bag
DuVine strives to consistently amaze, surprise, and delight. For this reason, each itinerary may be subject to slight modifications. Contact us to speak with a destination specialist for the most up to date tour inclusions.
- Gratuities for DuVine bike tour guides (learn more)
- Dinner on one free night
- Wine with meals
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Join us on a 4-Day Sonoma Bike Tour and revel in the stunning views of the rugged California coast as you cycle along Bodega Bay. Ride into the heart of California’s towering redwoods and explore the quaint town of Healdsburg. You’ll delight in visits to wineries in the Dry Creek Valley, rides through scenic vineyards with the Mayacamas Mountains in the distance, and delectable meals at the best restaurants in the region. Explore the diversity of California, from waves to wine, on this unforgettable bike tour of Sonoma.
Tour by Day
Day One: Pastoral Sonoma
Your guides will meet you in San Francisco, and we’ll head north across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin County. Before embarking on a gorgeous ride, we’ll sample some locally produced cheeses at the Marin French Cheese Co. Our ride will take us past the pastoral ranches and farms of rural Sonoma. After lunch at a local cyclists’ hangout, we’ll taste some of the fine Sonoma Coast wines at Joseph Phelps Freestone Vineyards. Marvel at the stunning views from the rugged headlands of Bodega Bay as we cycle to our hotel. Tonight, we kick off the tour with an exquisite meal at Michelin-starred Terrapin Creek.
Meals: Lunch / Dinner
Destinations: Marin French Cheese Company, Tomales, Bodega Bay
Accomplished: 39 miles / 61 km
Accommodations: Bodega Bay Lodge
Day Two: The Coast through the Redwoods
Start your day right, with an optional morning ride along the Pacific coast. Then we’ll head into the coastal range as we ride into the heart of the redwoods. At the Armstrong Redwoods State Park, we’ll explore 1,400-year-old trees that tower over 300 feet high and enjoy a snack before continuing onto lunch. Catch a lift in the van or continue riding along the Russian River after lunch. We’ll stop along the historic West Side Road for a visit and tasting of some crisp Chardonnays and velvety Pinot Noirs at our favorite winery en route to Healdsburg. Tonight you’ll enjoy dinner on your own in Healdsburg.
Meals: Breakfast / Picnic Lunch
Destinations: Armstrong Redwoods State Park, Russian River Valley, Westside Road, Healdsburg
Accomplished: 34 miles / 51 km (Longer option: 45 miles / 67.5 km)
Accommodations: Hotel Healdsburg
Day Three: Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys
This morning we’ll cycle through quiet West Dry Creek Road, passing acres of vines with the Mayacamas Mountains in the distance on quiet back roads dotted with vineyards. We’ll stop to taste some olive oil or continue cycling to Geyserville before hitting up the Jimtown Store. Known for amazing gourmet sandwiches and fresh salads, the Jimtown Store is always a favorite stop. After, we’ll ride on to a tasting at Ridge Winery where we’ll enjoy stunning views from its hilltop perch. Dinner tonight will be at a highly acclaimed restaurant in Healdsburg.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Destinations: Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley
Accomplished: 21 miles / 31.5 (Longer option: 34 miles / 51 km)
Accommodations: Hotel Healdsburg
Day Four: Chalk Hill Road and Napa Valley
Start the day with a pre-breakfast ride along the quiet roads of Healdsburg into the Alexander Valley. Stop for coffee along the way then loop back to the hotel on what is one of our favorite rides of the week. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and prepare to depart for San Francisco. On our way back to the city we’ll enjoy a beautiful drive through the famed Napa Valley and dine in St. Helena at a popular lunch stop. Then stroll through the private gardens at Frog’s Leap winery while sipping on their unforgettable Cabernet, before finally journeying back to San Francisco where your guides bid you farewell.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch
Destinations: Chalk Hill Road, Alexander Valley
Accomplished: 27 miles / 41 km