Central Coast Outdoors Bike Tours

 

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Bike San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, Big Sur and the Central Coast

***ALL OUR BIKE TOURS ARE PRIVATE***

The Central Coast of California has some of the wildest coastline and largest unspoiled open spaces in the state. It is home to the crashing surf and unbeatable ocean views of Big Sur, the California Coast Bike Route along the Pacific Coast Highway, and the wine country areas of Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo. We specialize in incredible California Central Coast bike tours and trips for individual travelers, small group tours or large group tours biking in our natural playground. Our trips and tours are top rated and our guide staff second to none! Take advantage of the owners' decades of experience in the adventure travel world and learn more about how we can help you explore this natural wonderland by bike. And, ALL OUR BIKE TOURS ARE PRIVATE!

Recent Trip Highlights View List of All Highlights
BIKING: Pacific Coast Highway - Half Day 03/12/2021

Gorgeous day for riding down the coast! Lots of wildlife along the way - elephant seal colony is a very busy and crowded place these days! Little traffic with the road closure on Highway 1!


BIKING: San Luis Obispo Wineries - Half Day 03/6/2021

Lovely day in the Edna Valley! It started a bit cool, but warmed up nicely. We visited Chamisal (great chardonnay and pinot noir) and Saucelito Canyon (amazing zinfandel) on our way to a wonderful picnic lunch and wine at Baileyana.


BIKING: Custom 11/14/2020

Three day private bike tour of the Paso Robles area with some previous clients. We cycled the NE part of the Paso wine country where we do many of our regular Paso Robles biking day trips. We also cycled the west side (Far Out Wineries) loop, which is hilly but really pretty - especially Klau Mine Road. On the third day we battled some headwinds (and hills) outside of Creston but finished on Shell Creek Road, where the views were expansive and sublime and we saw a grand total of 4 cars over about 1.5 hours of cycling. Wow!