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Bermuda Bike Tours

The 21-square-mile slice of paradise is an undeniably picturesque place that conjures visions of delicate pink beaches with palms swaying in the breeze. With its pastel-colored houses and stately mansions drowning in lush greenery and fragrant bougainvillea, their step-like white roofs poised to catch rainwater, Bermuda feels like a big chunk of rural England lifted up and placed into a warmer climate. And, well no one will dispute Bermuda’s vast and varied history that reaches back to the 16th century, nor the country’s significance to maritime exploration.

Essence of Bermuda

  • Bike the entire island with local guides, stopping for panoramic ocean views and visits to historic sites, forts, lighthouses, and a nature reserve
  • Experience British, African, and Portuguese influences in Bermuda’s culture, history, and delight in this unique cuisine!
  • Kayak above the South Shore’s coral reefs in clear-bottomed boats
  • Explore the towns of St. George, Hamilton, and the Royal Naval Dockyard
  • National Museum of Bermuda
  • Elbow Beach and Jobson’s Cove
  • Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve

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Culture

Bermuda’s museums and art galleries add touches of urban sophistication and its many forts attract history buffs, while its varied topography makes it ideal for a variety of adventure sports including our favorites: hiking and biking. Bermuda is a colorful potpourri mix of British, North American, African, Portuguese and West Indian influences all blending to create this unique cultural melange.

Food & Wine

Bermudian cuisine is an eclectic mix of dishes with British, Portuguese, African and West Indian influences, with shepherd’s pie and fish-and-chips sitting alongside fried fish sandwiches, Bermudian fish chowder, johnnycakes, jerk chicken, and macaroni and cheese. A traditional Sunday brunch dish is codfish and potatoes. Fresh fish – tuna, wahoo, swordfish – is abundant. Bermuda is famous for its Black Seal rum, used for mixing the island’s signature cocktail: the “Dark ‘n’ Stormy!”

Landscape

What many people don’t know is that Bermuda is t’s actually a chain of 181 islands. In the 1930s and 1940s, Bermuda operated a train that ran from St. George to Somerset. That now defunct route is home to nine sections of one mile to three-and-three-quarter mile stretches of biking and walking paths.

Best Time to Visit

April & May; October & November

What to Bring on Tour

On the Bike:

  • 2-3 pairs of cycling shorts with chamois lining
  • Chamois cream
  • 2-3 brightly colored bicycle jerseys (one will be provided by us)
  • Cycling gloves
  • Cycling shoes and pedals (if you use them)
  • Sunglasses
  • Waterproof wind breaker or rain jacket
  • Light weight jacket or vest
  • Bicycle helmet
  • Day pack/hip pack
  • Arm and leg warmers
  • Saddle (optional)

Off the Bike:

  • 2-3 interchangeable evening outfits – our style is very casual and comfortable; jacket and tie not necessary
    • We occasionally have a more formal evening, feel free to bring something for that occasion
  • 1-2 lightweight sweaters
  • 1-2 pairs of shorts or slacks
  • Intimate clothing/sleepwear
  • Comfortable walking shoes for evenings in town

For Alpine Tours:

Pack warmer clothing (layers), waterproof gear, warm gloves and hat

Personal Supplies:

  • Passport and photocopies of your passport
  • Wallet
  • Airline ticket/e-ticket information
  • Camera and camera charger
  • Cell phone
  • Electrical adapter and adapter plug
  • Toiletries
  • Prescriptions or other medications
  • Bathing suit and sunscreen
  • Cash for guide gratuity and meals on own
  • Cash for wine kitty (optional)

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