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Old 01-12-2021, 01:52 PM
BikeAdirondacks BikeAdirondacks is offline
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Bike ADK partners with Ciclismo Classico to bring you the Adirondack Odyessey Tour

Bike Adirondacks is proud to announce our new partnership with Ciclismo Classico Tours to offer a world class road cycling tour in the heart of the Adirondacks of northern New York state.

The Adirondack Odyssey: An Epic Ride Into History

• July 11-16 • August 15-20 • September 19-24 • October 3-8

If your cycling goals include riding friendly back roads while viewing the stunning scenery, plus seeking out challenges to fit your fitness abilities, then the Adirondacks of upstate New York is the perfect place to find it all. Add rustic yet luxurious lodging, fine dining, and off-bike activities that will entertain and educate you, and you’ll enjoy the best place you’ve never heard of to find cycling nirvana.

Created in 1892, the Adirondack Park covers over six million acres–larger than the entire state of Vermont!–and almost half of that is designated “forever wild.” Deep forest, flowered meadows, towering peaks, a rich history, and friendly natives combine to welcome you to the perfect cycling vacation. The southeast Adirondacks offer the best of all of these gifts, plus convenience to major highways airports, and rail travel. Lakeside avenues give way to backwoods boulevards through quiet forests, past historic landmarks, and along the shores of the mighty Hudson River–so far upstream that you can wade across it!

The history of the Adirondacks is as diverse as its geography. You’ll find forts, museums, historic homes and “Great Camps,” excursion railroads, and even sunken wrecks in the Adirondacks. Ciclismo is proud to be able to offer you this new destination that will leave you surprised and thrilled, eager to share with your cycling friends when you get home.

  • Experience the pristine forests and historic landmarks of this early American frontier region.
  • Enjoy riding along the region’s Hudson and Schroon Rivers, plus Brant, Schroon, Loon, and Friends Lakes.
  • Retrace the route of Teddy Roosevelt’s famous 1901 midnight ride to assume the Presidency after William McKinley’s death.
  • Visit the historic Adirondack ghost town of Tahawus at the gateway to the Adirondack High Peaks.
  • Take in the expansive views from the top of the Meade and Beckman Mountains.

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