Die Fast America South Ride ist eine fantastische Tour für Rennradfahrer, die die Staaten rasch erfahren wollen! Eine anspruchsvolle und herausfordernde Tour über 27 Tage von Küste zu Küste. Starten Sie zu einer echten Rennradreise.
This is the perfect tour for cyclists who want to increase their cycling ability and to see America in the best possible way - from the seat of a bicycle. See the beauty of America that only a cross country bicycle tour can offer. And remember, the tour staff will take care of all the details, you just ride your bike every day and explore America. During the Fast America South Ride you will cycle through 9 states, experience some of the most beautiful and scenic areas of America at an average of 115 miles per day.
We'll depart Orange County, California, where you dip your rear wheel in the Pacific Ocean and begin the trek across America. We head east through the arid southern California desert just south of Joshua Tree National Park. We cross the Colorado River, the terrain flattens out and the landscape turns agricultural.
We continue through the Prescott National Forrest and the Prescott Valley and tackle the toughest climb of the trip, Mingus Mountain. Next we’ll cycle across the rural western desert plains. The terrain will range from flat to intermediate rolling as we gradually descend for a few days.
The climbing will begin again as we cross into New Mexico and roll up and over the Continental Divide. Next we ride into Texas and continue along the immense Texas rangeland on our way to Oklahoma. In Oklahoma rangeland will give way to farmland as we cross the Main Street of America…Route 66.
The state of Arkansas will offer gently rolling terrain as we ride along the Arkansas River Valley within sight of the Ozark Mountains and the Ozark National Forest. The terrain will almost be dead flat as we ride across the basin of the Great Mississippi River. Although there are no mountains in Mississippi or Alabama, you'll have some of your most challenging climbing days before Georgia.
All across Georgia you will see reminders of the Civil War as monuments, battlefields, and cemeteries recall the ravages of war, while white-pillared mansions tell a story of prosperity brought by cotton and river commerce. The terrain will be flat and it will get even flatter as we approach our final destination, Savannah in Georgia, after 27 days and over 2,900 miles.