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It all started in 2019 when I purchased my first electric bike and took it for a ride on Skyline Drive. It reminded me of riding a motorcycle, but was much less risky. I wanted to share that experience with as many people as possible so, in 2021, I bought 10 more bikes and started offering E-Bike tours on Skyline Drive. In 2022, we began a Shenandoah Valley Winery Tour which proved to be very popular.
Our Shenandoah Valley Winery Tour is a scenic E-Bike ride along the country roads of Shenandoah County stopping at three Virginia wineries along the way.
Take a look at all of the available 2024 tour dates, and give us a call or send us a message if you have any questions prior to booking.
Shenandoah Valley Wine Tour
$89 on Saturdays / $79 on Sundays
This four hour tour will start with getting a feel for the bikes, making any needed adjustments, and a safety briefing. From the historic Edinburg Mill in the quaint town of Edinburg, we will guide you along Shenandoah County's scenic country roads to three of the area's wineries or farm breweries. We'll cover about 20 miles round trip, and you'll have plenty of time to stop and taste what the Shenandoah Valley has to offer. Your guide will be towing a bicycle trailer for any purchases you make along the way.
Interested in booking? Click on the link below to book now, or email us if you have any questions.
You’ve Got Questions — We’ve Got Answers
HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO RIDE AN ELECTRIC BIKE?
Anyone who can ride a bicycle can ride an electric bike. To take this tour, we recommend children no younger than 14 due to the size of the bikes. The bikes are designed for riders 5'1"-6'4" tall and no more than 275 pounds.
IS IT HARD TO RIDE AN ELECTRIC BIKE?
It's just like riding a bike. If you know how to ride a regular bicycle, you can easily ride an electric bike. Although we ride on roads with very little traffic, please ensure all riders are comfortable sharing the road with motor vehicles.
DO I HAVE TO BE IN GREAT SHAPE TO TAKE THIS TOUR?
No, but you will have to do a little pedaling up the hills. Electric bikes are designed to assist the rider, so you'll be able to ride faster and farther than you would a regular bicycle. Even the hilly terrain of the Shenandoah Valley is accessible to most riders with the assistance of an electric motor.
*If your plans change, please let us know at least 1 week in advance for a full refund. In the case of inclement weather, we will do our best to notify you as soon as possible and issue a full refund or reschedule for another date.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
This was a fantastic adventure. Perfect ride to experience the benefits of e-bikes while taking in multiple great views of Skyline Drive. At 53 years old, his brand new e-bikes made the ride very enjoyable even though it is a hilly ride. After close to 20 miles on the two hour tour, I felt that I could have easily done more physically. Burgess was professional and friendly while providing historical details along the way. I highly recommend this trip.
I came all the way from Quebec to Shenandoah National Park and my sister and I experienced for the first time a ride on electric bikes with Burgess. It was fantastic! A must do : the feel of the breeze on your face, the outstanding views, the easiness of the ride (and challenging if you wish to use the bike in a more hybrid mode) and insightful stories about the history of the park, all along with wonderful company! Burgess was very professional and friendly. He took his time during the trip, making several stops when needed and making sure we were alright and riding safely. Thank you for this great experience!
This was a great tour! I had so much fun riding the e-bikes. they helped so much in riding up and down the hills. Burgess was a great tour guide as well! 10/10 would recommend to all my friends. Will come back in the future
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Call or Text: 703-785-6390
Wine Tour - Edinburg Mill: From Interstate 81 take exit 279. Go east on Rte 185 (Stoney Creek Blvd) for less than 1 mile. Then turn right on Rte 11 south (Main St). The Edinburg Mill will be on your right. Parking is in the rear.