DuVine’s Ecuador + Galápagos Bike Tour Featured in Conde Nast Traveler

“Taking a trip to the Galápagos is the adventure of a lifetime, but biking through the wildlife-filled islands really ups the FOMO ante. On DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co’s 10-day Ecuador and Galápagos tour you will fly to Isabela Island where you’ll hop on your mountain bike and pedal through beaches, mangroves, and lagoons before […]

DuVine’s Founder Featured in Forbes

“I always pack my DuVine custom cycling kit, made by ASSOS of Switzerland. My favorite thing to do when I get to a new out-of-the-way location, like the French Pyrenees or my old stomping grounds in Tuscany, is get on my bike and explore. If my luggage decides to get lost, all I need are the clothes on my […]

DuVine’s No Kid Hungry Fundraiser Featured in The Boston Globe

“Porto co-owners Jody Adams and Sean Griffing and Andy Levine of DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. hosted a fund-raiser Thursday for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. They hosted an intimate group of 50 guests at Porto and Share Our Strength founder and CEO Billy Shore spoke about the No Kid Hungry campaign and […]

DuVine’s Chef on Wheels Bike Tours With Seamus Mullen Featured in Tasting Table

“Seamus Mullen, the chef and restaurateur behind Tertulia in NYC, leads two experiential cycling trips through Italy—one through Sicily, the other from sea (Adriatic) to shining sea (Mediterranean). The bike tours last between five and seven days, and Mullen, along with local support guides, bikes the entire route, stopping at local markets, quaint towns and […]

DuVine’s Italy Sea-to-Sea Bike Tour Featured in Furthermore from Equinox

“Italy lies between the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian seas, and an eight-day culinary cycling tour with DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. leads you from coast to coast. Starting in San Benedetto del Tronto on the Adriatic coast, the itinerary for intermediate-to-advanced riders goes across the hilly countrysides of Le Marche, Umbria, and Tuscany, with sights of […]