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Stay Chocolatey, San Diego

Stay Chocolatey, San Diego

The beaches are beautiful, the weather perfect and the chocolate divine. Taste San Diego’s extraordinary chocolates.

Williamsburg and Greenpoint Like a Local

Williamsburg and Greenpoint Like a Local

We see bikes as a means to connect people with their communities--and we'd like to start by introducing you to ours. These days, everybody throws around the Brooklyn brand, but Brooklyn is genuinely so much a part of who we are that our bikes are named for its streets, streets we traverse daily. On this ride, you'll see the diversity of our city (and you'll only be going a few miles!) and get a sense of our culture by eating what we eat, shopping where we shop, and taking in the sites and sounds that surround us. (And this ride isn't just for visitors! If you live in another part of Brooklyn, this is an easy and fun way to get to know Williamsburg/Greenpoint while avoiding the seriously trendy spots.)

Will Bike for Food in Atlanta

Will Bike for Food in Atlanta

Atlanta's BeltLine trail and the food scene are a marriage made in heaven. Take a relaxed, 3+ mile tour of 3 foodie hotspots while taking in breathtaking murals along the trail. And if you need to work up an appetite between food stops, we've noted 2 parks and the Stone Mountain Trail to explore. The route is curated and inspired by "Will Bike for Food", an article published in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution written by its food and dining editor Ligaya Figueras.

Coffee Tour of Southeast Portland

Coffee Tour of Southeast Portland

Portland is known for its friendly bike infrastructure, delicious local coffee, and fabulous bridges.  You'll experience, taste and see a nice variety of these as you tool around some favorite east side bike paths and greenways, and check out some hot coffee spots.