If you happen to be near a good U.S. newsstand, pick up a copy of the always-excellent Imbibe magazine. In this month’s issue you’ll see an intriguing story title on the cover: Wine Country Bike Tours. Hmmmm, sounds fun, right?
Well, if you don’t want to pick up the pretty print version, you can see my article in online form here: Slow Ride – American Bike Tours on Two Wheels. It gives you the rundown on four bike-friendly wine regions in the U.S., places where you don’t have to be a Spandex-wearing triathlete with bulging calf muscles to pedal from winery to winery. (Though there’s nothing wrong with that…)
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may have noticed a theme here. I wrote about Missouri’s wine country on two wheels recently and also wrote about biking through the wine country of Moravia on this blog and in Imbibe. Oh yeah, and biking through Hungary’s wine district. And there was that story about riding a bike to vineyards in Argentina…
What I can say. I’m a lush but I stay in shape.