Sojourn Bicycling & Active Vacations and Terry Bicycles bring you an extraordinary women’s bike tour weekend full of fun.
When: Thursday, June 16th through Sunday, June 19th. Join this relaxed, educational and social gathering that’s specifically designed for women interested in cycling – from those just getting into the sport to those who’ve been riding for years. Learn more about cycling skills, bike fit for women, nutrition, fitness for cycling, and basic road repairs, all while enjoying miles of fabulous rides in the company of like-minded women.
Where: This long weekend version of Sojourn’s award-winning tour of the Lake Champlain Valley, features Vermont’s prized country roads and picture book landscapes. You’ll ride through historic covered bridges and explore quaint villages in one of the most beautiful states in the US. Gentle valley farmland offers miles of fabulous cycling, and the nearby foothills of the Green Mountains provide challenging options for stronger riders.
The Basin Harbor Club, a classic turn-of-the-century lakeside resort, is the perfect setting for this event as it offers tranquility along with a variety of amenities such as watercraft, tennis, golf, and its very own pub. Riders also get the opportunity to purchase the best in women’s cycling clothing and accessories at discounted pricing. Join us for this very special long weekend and make new friends, learn about women’s cycling-related topics, and enjoy this stunningly beautiful lakeside setting.
Previously offered in early autumn, Sojourn is now offering their Women’s Weekend in mid-June to better suit busy schedules, take advantage of longer days and to start the cycling summer on a high note.
Sign up here: Find more details and itinerary, click here: GoSojourn.com/Terry-Vermont-Bicycle-Tour
Janis Linkov-Johnson says
I sent an question earlier but I also have another question. I am very difficult to fit and so I want to know if what type of bicycles you provide for this weekend. The ratio of torso to leg is way off, even for a women and so I often find that I need to bring my own bicycle, which will limit my travel options.
I would contact the helpful people at Sojourn: Sojourn website.
Leigh Ann Puckett says
I saw the picture and knew it was what I did 35 years ago. When I graduated from high school in Oklahoma, my best friend had an idea to do a ten day bicycle tour through Vermont and New Hampshire. I was a skinny girl used to riding on flat roads. My friend was stronger and after a couple of days bringing up the rear with me, she asked, “Do you mind if I go ahead?” So, I brought up the rear alone for the rest of the trip, but I also got to take in the landscape fully. It was a wonderful trip!. Not sure if I will do it again, but who knows, maybe. Thanks for the memory.