Twisties & Treats

Highlights

-A Finger-Licking Good RideLori Kimble
-Winding valleys
-Award-winning local cheese producer
-Vermont’s most scenic roads

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description

Plymouth cheese photoA Finger-Licking Good Ride!

Enjoy riding along winding valleys and past-scenic farmlands and at every stop, you’ll have a chance to nibble on some amazing local treats!

You’ll ride thru northeastern New York and Vermont’s Green Mountains to one of the most famous orchards in the area, visit a small, award-winning local cheese producer, and hop on one of Vermont’s most scenic roads to a secluded authentic country inn.

This hidden gem is sure to please you with a delicious meal including Chicken Marsala, Dill Salmon, vegetarian Faralle pasta, rice pilaf, garden green salad, carrot cake or chocolate mousse, iced tea, coffee, tea & lemonade.

WHAT IS A GUIDED RIDE? (psst, it's your best bet to a great day of riding.)vermont byways with farm and hills

Americade Guided Rides are group rides, with at least two tour guides, and are based on what we love about riding (great Scenery, excellent and smooth roads, low traffic and interesting stops). And, we find excellent lunch stops, and negotiate great food prices for you. They are an Americade specialty and allow you to relax & ride, while our friendly guides lead you to the destination where a great lunch awaits you. Our guides provide some commentary via CB. Don't worry about maps, traffic, getting lost, breakdowns or finding a great lunch spot - We've got you covered.

Your day will begin by meeting your guide in the morning on the shores of Lake George, "The Queen of American Lakes" (according to Thomas Jefferson) surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains. We're confident that there is no prettier place to begin a ride. Once you meet your guides, your group will head out at a relaxed pace with your guides leading and following the group. Stops will take place at about an hour into the ride, and after lunch. During the ride, feel free to ask your guides questions, via CB radio.

So, if you're coming all the way up to the Adirondacks, why not guarantee yourself a great day of riding?