Your tour group convenes at 3:30pm for a welcome gathering and refreshments. You’ll meet your guides for the next few days and mingle with fellow travelers before a delicious island dinner. Get ready to discover Bermuda like a local and enjoy the experiences and views that few other visitors get to see.
North Shore, St. George & the East End Loop
We’ll start the day with a bike fitting and route review. We ride on the left in Bermuda, so we’ll go over a few rules of the road before heading out. The island boasts some of the most vivid color you’ll ever see, from its lush green vegetation to its vibrant flowers and pastel homes, all framed by the deep sparkling blues of the surrounding ocean. Today’s ride will take us along the North Shore, winding through Flatts Village and out to St. David’s Island, the site of Bermuda’s early fortifications and military defense posts. We’ll stop at Carter House, a replica of the first settlements on the island, and maybe encounter a descendant of the early settlers. We’ll stop for a fresh island lunch in St. George.
South Shore & Dockyard
Bermuda’s South Shore is home to pink sand beaches, secluded coves, and the bluest water you’ll ever see. Pedal out to the island’s western tip, the Royal Naval Dockyard, in service for over 150 years. Today, its historic stone structures have been restored and revitalized in a multi-use facility, including the impressive National Museum, Dockyard Brewery, and newly contstructed installations for the America’s Cup in 2017.
After breakfast, enjoy an early round of golf or a morning dip at Newstead before taking your shuttle to the airport for your flight home.