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Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on November 13, 2017

Colorado by Two Wheels: Which Bike Tour Should I C ...

Lizard Head Cycling Guides are Colorado locals and the Centennial State is our backyard. Colorado offers a diverse mix of mountains, lush valleys, and river canyons for both road and mountain bike riding. It’s a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and many professional cycli ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on October 26, 2017

9 Destinations That Will Make You a Better Cyclist ...

Are you looking for your next challenge? Tired of the same old cycling routes? It’s time to pack your bike and take a flight to one of these destinations. When it is all said and done you’ll come back both a stronger and smarter cyclist.   1. French Alps The Frenc ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on September 11, 2017

The Hayduke Trail with Chris Solomon on NPR

Listen to long-time Lizard Head Cycling Guides friend Chris Solomon talk about his week-long experience on our Hayduke Trail MTB Tour with Rick Steves on the NPR show Travel with Rick Steves. Chris joins Rick at around the 32 minute mark in the audio from the show which origi ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on September 4, 2017

A New Mexico Journal – Riding the Norte de N ...

Please enjoy this journal and first hand account of the tour from a guest on our recent New Mexico Bike Tour. I arrived at 3:15 in Albuquerque, New Mexico after an uneventful trip from Atlanta. Checked in, made a liquor store run and waited to meet my riding friends for supp ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on September 1, 2017

Special Telluride to Taos Tour

We were saddened to learn that Cycle Oregon 2017 was canceled due to increasing regional wildfires. We ran a very similar route in late June and it was a fantastic tour, so we are sorry many folks will miss out on this one this year. We wish a speedy end to these fires and ho ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on August 14, 2017

10 Things Cyclists Do That Normal People Don’t

If you’re a cycling enthusiast yourself (or you’re close to someone who is), you probably know they have a lot of unusual habits and quirks that “normal” people just don’t understand. Because cycling isn’t just a hobby, it’s more of a passion—even a way of lif ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on June 22, 2017

Outside Magazine: The Hayduke Option

Big News Folks! Check out this Outside Magazine feature story & video about our Hayduke Trail tour across southern Utah. Much of this tour runs through the new Bear’s Ears National Monument. Enjoy! Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on June 12, 2017

Summer and Autumn Tour Specials!

We have several discounted tour specials this summer and early autumn making it easier than ever to get away on the bike tour of your dreams! Sign-up for the following dates on these tours and receive a $250 discount! But register soon as these tours will likely fill up fast. ... Continue Reading

Posted in Featured Posts on May 20, 2017

Biking the Hayduke Highway. Save the Bears Ears.

Here is a fantastic video made last week by guest Kyle Roepke on our Hayduke Trail MTB tour. Kyle took many incredible videos through the newly created Bears Ears National Monument as well as Canyonlands National Monument and Lockhart Basin. This video showcases his passion a ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Featured Posts on April 24, 2017

A 2-Week Epic Journey Along The Hayduke Trail

Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit. – Edward Abbey Wilderness. The Hayduke Trail certainly defines the meaning of wilderness as an 812-mile backpacking route through some of the southwest’s most rugged and remote terrain from Zion Natio ... Continue Reading