FAQs


  •  How far do we ride?
    • On self guided tours, you can make the ride as long or as far as you want…we will provide recommended routes based on the preferences of the participants. On guided tours, we will plan daily rides in consultation with the group leader. We do provide optional maps for those who prefer longer rides.
  • What is the terrain like?
    • The Door County terrain varies. On the Green Bay (Northwest) side on the county, there are some challenging hills that lead to and from the communities located on that side of the county. Most of the other roads can best be described as gently rolling.
  • Should I bring my own bike or rent a bike?
    • Most of our guests are most comfortable bringing their own bicycles, helmets, and locks. However, if you would like to rent a bicycle,  Nor Door or Edge of Park bike shops offer a variety of bicycles for rent, including recumbent bicycles. Nor Door also rents electric-assisted bikes. Call in advance to reserve a bike, and mention Door County Bike Tours.
    • In case of mechanical problems, either of the above mentioned bike shops are available to assist you.  For guided tour guests, we do provide a convenience vehicle to facilitate bike repairs.
  • Do I have to wear a helmet?
    • Helmets are required on all of our guided tours.  Our emphasis is on having fun but we always promote safety first.
  • What kind of weather should I expect?
    • Door County summers are usually very pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 60° to 80°. However, late spring and early Fall can also be a very good time to bike in Door County.   Pack a sweater for the evening and some rain gear, just in case.  Make sure to bring a good pair of hiking shoes and sunscreen.
  • Can I bring  children?
    • We’ve planned our guided tours with adults in mind. Ask your parents or friends to take care of the kids and treat your spouse or someone special to a relaxing getaway.
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