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Napa Bike Tours Outdoor Adventures in Napa Valley

Ride to the vines on a scenic Napa Valley Bike Tour, combining two of Napa's best features - wine and nature. With several guided or self-guided tours to choose from, tour local wineries or just explore the lush countryside with your own itinerary.
 
Traverse through Napa and bike through wine country, making stops to two or three vineyards in a small group. Your knowledgeable tour guide will share stories about the town, its history, and the fascinating "vine-to-bottle" process. Expect to ride a total of 10-17 miles, depending upon your tour, but rest assured, if you need some support, they will arrange for the courtesy shuttle to escort you back to the start. Save time for shopping in their store and pick up your very own "Will bike for wine" souvenir.

Details

Prices

  • Half-day Bike Tour: $124
  • Full-day: $159
  • Cycling in the Vineyards: $124
  • Self-guided: $108

Hours

All tours start at 10 am and end at 2:30 or 4:30.You can rent bikes from 8:30 am to 6 pm.

Events

  • Charity Rides
  • Private Tours

Activities

  • Biking
  • Group Tours
  • Private Tours
  • Vineyard Tours
  • Wine Tasting
  • Picnic Lunch

Map/Directions

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FAQs

  • What are the best spots for a Napa Valley bike tour?

    If you are creating your own self-guided tour, avid cyclists take the Carneros Loop tour when looking for a more leisurely ride on Napa’s quieter backroads. The Dry Creek Loop blends a decent workout with Napa as your backdrop. Ride 28 miles around the Oakville Grand and finish off back at your starting point. For those seeking more adventure, the Pope Valley-Ink Grade Loop will take you on an epic ride north along the Silverado Trail onto Sage Canyon Road. Ride through the narrow roads of Pope Canyon and transport yourself to the Wild West.
  • Are there Napa Valley bike tours for kids?

    Family bike rides are a fun way to get out and explore Wine Country with the gang. Rent bikes and set out on the Oak Knoll Section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail for a 7-mile ride on a car-free path. Families also enjoy the 7-mile “Tour De Yountville” route, which guides riders on an out-and-back journey along Yount Mill Road. 

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