Biking: Paso Robles Wineries - Full Day

Itinerary Reserve Now        See below for Pricing


Effective December 1, 2022 we will be discontinuing our bicycle tour program to focus on our kayak tours.

Itinerary Description

Northeast of Paso Robles lies a bicycling and wine tasting region that features quiet country roads and plenty of small, friendly wineries that boast award winning red wines. Our full day bicycling trip of the Paso Robles wine country starts at the historic Mission San Miguel before winding down a peaceful road by the Salinas River and passing the understated elegance of Hearst Ranch Winery. Later in the morning we climb a short hill into the heart of the Paso Robles wine country and enjoy a wonderful lunch at either Le Vigne or Riverstar. In the afternoon, we zigzag along picturesque roads back to the mission with opportunities to taste at more wineries like the colorful Via Vega Winery and there are opportunities to extend the mileage by exploring even further east into canyon and ranch country and taste at wineries like Villa San Juliette.

Winery Reservations

Most wineries are now requiring reservations. Therefore, when you plan a winery bike tour with us we will contact you to make a winery tasting plan and then make reservations for you. Tastings usually take 1 to 1.5 hours, which limits the number of wineries one can visit during the tour. Wine tasting fees at all wineries (except the lunch winery) are not included in the tour price. On Saturday and Sunday we may eat lunch off the Italian bistro menu featuring pizza at Le Vigne (included in tour price) instead of our picnic lunch, depending on wineries chosen. 4/6/22 update: Currently on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only three wineries along the route are open.


Distance 22 miles with options to add 3-20 additional miles
Difficulty Moderately Easy
Terrain Mostly level terrain with a few short hills on the 22 mile route (elevation gain/loss = 801 feet). Longer options are hillier.
Tour Time 10:00 am to between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm
Complimentary Pick-Up

Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, San Luis Obispo, Atascadero, Paso Robles. Please call if interested in pick up fees for other locations.

Minimum Age 12 years old

Choice of bike (hybrid or road - sorry no e-bikes!), guide, gourmet picnic lunch (or Italian bistro menu featuring pizza on the weekend), wine tasting fees at lunch winery. Wine tasting fees at other wineries not included.

Wineries on Route

Regular route: Hearst Ranch (Thu-Mon), San Antonio (Daily), Le Vigne (Daily), Via Vega (Daily), Riverstar (Fri-Sun). J. Lohr (Thu-Mon)

Extended options: Four Sisters Ranch (Fri-Sun), Villa San Juliette (Thu-Mon), Locatelli (Fri-Mon)

Price per person, by group size (bikes and lunch included)

2 people 3 people 4 people 5-9 people 10 or more people
$240 $220 $200 $180 Please inquire


“Well, it's now been a little over 96 hours and we are still talking about last weekend! The weather, food, company and overall experience could not have been better!!!... Ross, John and Jamie could not have made it more fun and more relaxing! From guiding us to the right wineries, serving us fine food and helping us load the cases of wine...the experience was indeed worth all and more...THANK YOU!... We will definitely refer you to others and also plan to see you again in the near future!!!"

Cathy and Mike Dolbec,
Orinda, CA

Comparison to Other Bike Tours

Our Biking: Paso Robles Wineries Half Day tour is shorter and easier than the Full Day version, features many of the same wineries and cycles in roughly the same area. The Biking: San Luis Obispo Wineries Half Day tour also focuses on wine country cycling, but is located in the Edna Valley just south of SLO. The cycling Edna Valley is somewhat hillier that the cycling we do in the Paso Robles wine country, but there are more wineries to choose from for tasting along our bike route in the Edna Valley/SLO wine country. Both Paso Robles and SLO wine country areas are quite scenic.


Frequently Asked Questions for This Bike Tour

What type of bikes do you carry? What bike type is best for me? Sorry - no e-bikes! LEARN MORE...

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