Women’s Bicycling Tours and Cycling Vacations – 2020

If you love cycling, there’s no better vacation than a cycling vacation.  And if you want some time away from the world, hanging out with a bunch of supportive, active women can be a life-changing experience.  The best of both worlds?  A women-only cycling vacation!

Here’s a list of cycling vacations and tours for women.  Whether you want a quick weekend away, or have a month or more to spare, you’ll find a great getaway.

Practice Bicycle Tours Lake Annecy

Ready to ride Europe in style?  Practice Bicycle Tours offers custom women’s bike tours and training camps. Their Lake Annecy tour is particularly appealing.

Offered on multiple dates throughout the summer and early fall, this is a 6 day, 5 night tour with a small group (4-8 women). You’ll ride every day in the beautiful French Alps and along the edge of sparkling Lake Annecy.

Trip Dates: Multiple

Cost: From $2,617

Location: Lake Annecy, France

Learn More: https://practicebicycletours.com/

Woman Tours Cross Country Southern Tier

women's cross country cycling tour

Dreaming of a BIG tour but don’t want to do it alone?  Consider this women-only cross-country tour along the Southern Tier. 

The ride begins in San Diego, CA and ends in St. Augustine, FL 58 days later.  The registration fee includes lodging, homecooked meals, SAG support, and more.

Trip Dates: 03/04/20- 04/30/20

Cost: $11,990

Location: San Diego, CA

Learn More: https://womantours.com/

FreeWheeling Adventures Jasper to Banff Bike Tour

Round up one girlfriend for a self-guided tour or three girlfriends for a supported tour on the paved, broad-shouldered Icefields Parkway from Jasper to Banff.  Along the ride, you’ll have the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife which could include grizzly and black bears, mountain goats, elk, and bighorn sheep.

Trip Dates: Multiple dates, July to September

Cost: From $3,395

Location: Jasper, Alberta

Learn More: https://freewheeling.ca/

Damseltours Oregon Outback Gravel Tour

Like to take the route less traveled? This tour is for you!

Over 8 days, you’ll tour the Oregon Outback bikepacking route from Klamath Falls, OR to the Columbia river. Each day includes about 50 miles of pedaling, before settling down at a campsite.

The group is supported by a Sprinter van carrying your gear, a cook, and two mechanics.

The best part? It’s pretty darn cheap! Damseltours intentionally tries to keep their trips as accessible and affordable as possible.

Trip Dates: 05/30/20 – 06/06/20

Cost: $895

Location: Klamath Falls, OR

More Info: https://www.damseltours.com/oregon-outback-gravel-2020

Eat, Sleep, Cycle Girona Women’s Camp

eat sleep cycling womens cycling tour

Designed for women of all abilities–beginner to pro–this camp allows you to spend a full week thinking about nothing but bikes. Each day, there are multiple distances you can choose from and other ways to tailor the trip to your ability level and preferences.

Guides will also help participants work on group riding skills, descending, cornering and climbing technique.

Dates: Multiple, March thru September

Cost: €1,149

Location: Girona, Spain

Learn More: https://www.eatsleepcycle.com/girona/girona-womens-cycling-camp-cycle-tour/

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4 thoughts on “Women’s Bicycling Tours and Cycling Vacations – 2020”

  1. Giving away my 46cm 2011 Surly Long Haul Trucker to a FIRST TIME female cross-country rider!

    Once upon a time i bought a bicycle and rode from Chinook, WA to Rehoboth Beach, DE. Since then this bicycle has ridden through all 50 United States and clocked over 7,000 miles! Eight years, later i want to give someone else this amazing opportunity.
    In my dream of dreams this bicycle will travel the world, trek over 100,000 miles and have at least a dozen different riders. Truly a gift that keeps giving/going.

    i am looking for that star crossed cyclist that is ready to take on a new adventure and needs great gear to do it!

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    • Rachel,
      That’s amazing of you! That bike has to have such a special place in your heart. If you still have it, let me know. I’d love to share in our Facebook group and see if we can help you find the right “star crossed cyclist.”
      Cheers,
      KB

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  2. Hi Rachel,

    I clicked onto this page looking for inspiration to do my first cross country ride as I am in a transitional time in my life. I’d love to connect with you to hear about your travels, triumphs, and challenges. I would also appreciate any advice you could pass on to me about best routes in North America, bicycle selection, maintenance, and safety. My big bicycle dreams include biking from San Diego to New York, Umea to Uppsala – Sweden, and from Seoul to Busan – South Korea, along with a few others. Thank you for leaving this comment and being my first point of inspiration — and hopefully guidance!

    Best wishes,

    Riana

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