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Dry Creek Valley Bike and Wine Tour from Healdsburg with Lunch

Highlights
  • 5.5-hour bike and wine tour in Dry Creek Valley, from Healdsburg
  • Cycle with your guide through Dry Creek Valley
  • Stop at a winery for a picnic lunch
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Dry Creek Valley Bike and Wine Tour from Healdsburg with Lunch
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Dry Creek Valley Bike and Wine Tour from Healdsburg with Lunch
From USD 175.00
Overview
Work up a sweat on a bike tour of Dry Creek Valley, then reward yourself with a delicious lunch and an afternoon of wine tastings. Starting from Healdsburg, you'll follow your guide on a morning bike ride that covers about 20-30 miles (32-48km). After riding past the vineyards and rolling hills of Sonoma's wine region, stop for an afternoon of wine tastings. Have a picnic lunch at a winery, then enjoy tastings at select wineries of your choice. Your tour includes use of bike equipment, lunch, and guide.
What to Expect
This ride is best suited for advanced riders or those riders looking to break a sweat. You'll get on a road bike and ride a spirited ride in the morning, 20 to 30 miles and a few climbs all on beautiful, quieter roads. From mild to epic tours these are great rides for people looking to get their heart rate up while taking in some amazing views.

Cyclists love the wine country as much as anyone. Around 12:30 you'll load the bikes on the sag van, kick off your cycling shoes and start to tour wineries. First up is your lunch spot, a winery with a great picnic spot.

Your guide then turns into your chauffeur and wine educator all in one!

Reviews (6)
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Reviewed 18 October 2018
Great bike ride, beautiful lunch and fun wine tasting!

As part of a multi-day visit to Sonoma (Healdsburg), my wife and I opted for the Dry Creek Valley bike and wine tour. We didn't want to cycle from winery to winery (we thought this would mean bad biking and unpleasant tasting), and instead went...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 20 August 2018
Great day with a fantastic tour guide

We signed up for this not quite knowing what to expect. Dustin, our tour guide was fantastic, even stopping by our hotel before the tour to obtain free tasting vouchers that we didn't even know they had. He helped set up tastings at a few...More

Thank Dustin S
Randy J, General Manager at Getaway Adventures/Sonoma On A Bike, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2018

Thank you so much for your kind words! Dustin is a very high energy guy that will tell you so much about the area. Glad you hadd a great time!

Reviewed 17 July 2018
Super way to explore Dry Creek wineries!

Great day! Nicole and Michael made sure that we had a fantastic experience. We rode a little more than 12 miles total - perfect spacing of 2 - 3 miles between wineries. Beautiful countryside and great wines at the selected visits. Lunch was amazing, too!...More

Thank wolfpackfl
Reviewed 5 June 2018
Fabulous day with a personalized guide....excellent service, great tour!

Dustin was our guide through the dry creek wine region and he was a stellar guide! He took us to great wineries, provided a beautiful lunch (our favorite lunch of our trip) and made certain that everything was above and beyond our expectations. I recommend...More

1  Thank SharonBe2013
Reviewed 18 May 2018
Healdsburg bike/wine tour

We really enjoyed the bike/wine tour. Our tour guide was Dustin. He was amazing! He customized our wine tour to our knowledge of wines. Enjoyed the day visiting 3 beautiful wineries and finished up with an excellent lunch. We highly recommend this tour.

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Response from Matthew M | Reviewed this property |
The terrain is fairly flat. But there are some hills. My wife who hadn’t really ever cycled did just fine.
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