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Ride Somewhere Incredible with REI’s Fully Guided Cycling Adventures

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Take an Amazing Bicycle Tour with REI’s Fully Guided Cycling Adventures

Pedal to the edges of the earth and experience the crystal-clear wonder of remote vistas without the confinement of a car. Whether it be conquering the heights of Alaska or exploring the depths of Death Valley, REI Adventures offers fully supported cycling journeys to take you to places beyond your wildest dreams. Let the wind guide you through natural spectacles that will stay with you forever.

Denali Alaska Highway Cycling
Take a 5-day cycling journey along the 135-mile Denali Highway from Paxson to Cantwell in Alaska
Price: $3,499 for REI Members
Yellowstone to Glacier Cycling
Ride and roam Big Sky Country on a 10-day Montana odyssey that includes Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
Price: $5,949 for REI Members
Arizona Sonoran Desert Mountain Biking
Make the most of 4-days exploring the majestic Arizona Sonoran Desert on mountain bike trails built to suit all levels of experience, from beginners with basic mountain biking skills all the way up to advanced riders.
Price: $1,549 for REI Members
Alaska Haines-Skagway Weekend Cycling
Explore North America's longest fjord on a 4-day road bike tour. See spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, and the rich culture of the region's indigenous people.
Price: $2,199 for REI Members
Death Valley Weekend Cycling
Explore Death Valley National Park on a 3-day cycle excursion. Visit ghost towns, ride to Badwater Basin and watch sunset's beauty from the sand dunes.
Price: $2,199 for REI Members
San Juan Islands Weekend Cycling
Experience the Pacific Northwest's island life by cycling the San Juan Islands for 4 days. Enjoy spectacular views and thrilling adventure on this camping weekend.
Price: $1,649 for REI Members
San Juan Islands Women’s Cycling Weekend
Experience a 4-day women's adventure cycling, camping, and exploring the San Juan Islands. Enjoy ferry rides between the islands, cycle along shorelines and farms, and hike to the summit of Mount Constitution. Experience the beauty of these emerald green islands.
Price: $1,699 for REI Members
Joshua Tree Weekend Cycling
Take a 3-day adventure through the breathtaking Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California. Enjoy the wonders of the night sky, one of the few places in the world recognized as a Dark Sky Park, all while getting cozy in your REI Classic Camp.
Price: $1,599 for REI Members
Moab, Arches & Grand Junction Cycling
Explore Moab on a 7-day adventure of road riding, hiking and discovery. Skip the planning and let us do the work. Sample the best of Moab: canyons, red-rock moonscapes, Arches National Park and Colorado National Monument. Bike and hike through this land of gold mines and dinosaur bones.
Price: $3,799 for REI Members
San Juan Islands Cycling
Cycle the San Juan Islands and get a taste of Pacific Northwest island life. Tour scenic villages and explore snowcapped peaks, bountiful islands and beautiful beaches. Enjoy indoor accommodations, local restaurants and hot tub soaks.
Price: $3,399 for REI Members
Gooseberry Mesa, Utah, Weekend Mountain Biking
Experience the best of southern Utah with a 4-day Gooseberry Mesa mountain bike getaway. Test your skills on fast descents, slickrock steps, banked singletrack turns, and more. Enjoy views of Zion National Park from unique vantage points and cozy basecamp with guide hosts preparing restaurant-quality meals.
Price: $2,299 for REI Members
Zion & Bryce Canyon Cycling
Explore Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks by bicycle on a 6-day guided adventure. Enjoy the canyons, cliffs, spires, and hoodoos in colorful sunset hues. Camp under a starry night sky and visit lesser-known destinations like Cedar Breaks and Kodachrome Basin.
Price: $3,099 for REI Members
Arizona Sonoran Desert Cycling
Explore Arizona's landscapes, wine country and wildlife over 6 days in the Sonoran Desert. Ride through sweeping deserts and lush hills of Sonoita's wine-country. Spot roadrunners among Saguaro National Park's cacti. Take on Mt. Lemmon from desert to alpine forest. Customize your trip with flexible ride lengths and rest-day activity options. Enjoy special Southwest food experiences.
Price: $3,199 for REI Members
Arizona Sonoran Desert Weekend Cycling
Explore the Sonoran Desert on a 4-day road cycling trip outside of Phoenix/Scottsdale. Ride past dramatic landscapes and whimsical cactus, and enjoy epic sunsets. Ride in Usery Mountain, McDowell Mountain, and Cave Creek parks without the cold temperatures, snow, potholes, or freeze warnings.
Price: $1,499 for REI Members
Joshua Tree & Anza-Borrego Cycling
Spend 6-days cycling through Southern California's desert landscapes: Joshua Tree National Park, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Keys View, Cuyamaca Mountains and Julian. Explore on bike and foot while taking in metal artwork in Borrego Springs.
Price: $3,999 for REI Members


About the REI Co-op

REI’s Seattle Flagship Store. Photo courtesy of REI.

REI is a specialty outdoor retailer, headquartered near Seattle. The nation’s largest consumer co-op, REI is a growing community of 21.5 million members who expect and love the best quality gear, inspiring expert classes and trips, and outstanding customer service. REI has 178 locations in 42 states and the District of Columbia. If you can’t visit a store, you can shop at, REI Outlet or the REI shopping app. REI isn’t just about gear.

Adventurers can take the trip of a lifetime with REI’s active adventure travel company that runs more than 100 itineraries across the country. In many communities where REI has a presence, professionally trained instructors share their expertise by hosting beginner-to advanced-level classes and workshops about a wide range of activities. To build on the infrastructure that makes life outside possible, REI invests millions annually in hundreds of local and national nonprofits that create access to—and steward—the outdoor places that inspire us all.

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