Bike Tour in Kentucky Horse Country This Fall

Horse Farm with road
Fall is off to a beautiful state across the State of Kentucky. Though not always considered a top destination for fall foliage, we can find plenty of reasons to visit Kentucky's colorful countryside during these crisp fall months. Take your time relaxing in vast stretches of untouched wilderness, where you'll find at least 175 different species of trees to enjoy during the colorful fall months. Add a little flair to your vacation with a bike tour through Kentucky's horse and bourbon country, where you'll enjoy postcard-perfect vistas, and the perfect taste of fall in Kentucky. Book a getaway at any of our Kentucky Inns, and come enjoy this short but magical season with us this fall.  

Bike Tour in Kentucky

Velo View Bike Tours is offering an incredible vacation idea for fall; the Kentucky Horse (and Bourbon) Country Tour. You'll spend a quiet few days cycling on some of Kentucky's most scenic backcountry roads, where you'll enjoy the slow, relaxed pace of life in Kentucky and some picture perfect views along the way. The gently rolling hills of Kentucky's horse country are visually rewarding in and of themselves, but row after row of black, white, and stone fences marking Kentucky's scenic horse farms are the real star of the show during this bike tour. The bike tour also makes its way into Kentucky's bourbon country, and makes a few post-ride distillery tour stops along the way.  The final stop of the bike tour is Savory Cycle, which features live bluegrass music, a fantastic dinner, and a bourbon tasting from Woodford Reserve.

Biking in Kentucky

Mountain Biking
If you miss out on this years Kentucky Horse Country Bike Tour, there are still plenty of cycling options for you in Kentucky. In fact, cycling is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, and Kentucky's mountain bike trails and road cycling routes are becoming a popular tourism destination. There are an incredible number of trails in the Land Between the Lakes and Daniel Boone National Forest regions, each of which have opportunities for riders of all levels. There is also a featured mountain bike trail system at Mammoth Cave National Park, and the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area features a network of five mountain bike trails that should definitely be on your "must-do" list if you're considering a biking vacation to Kentucky. Beyond that, there are miles of low-traffic backroads, scenic towns and trails, and plenty of options for short or longer vacations. After a long day in a bike saddle, we know you'll be ready to rest your muscles and get ready for another day. There's no better place to do this than at a Kentucky Bed and Breakfast, where hospitality is our focus. Depending on where you plan to cycle, there's likely a Bed and Breakfast nearby. Use our search tool to find the lodging that best suites your needs, then book your adventure in Kentucky today.