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This trip was a life changer for me. The diversity and beauty of the route and fellow bikers exceeded my expectations. I also exceeded my own expectations by climbing some impressive switchbacks with the encouragement of others.

Trevor P.

I had a blast at the bicycle harvest! Can’t wait to go to more wheeled migration functions!

Trevor P.

I love the passion and the intention of Wheeled Migration. Leaders with good humor, fun activities and lots of choice. Great food, gorgeous scenery, very affordable. Prepare for very rustic surroundings. A fabulous trip!

Lexi B.

Wheeled migration made me feel so powerful doing something totally out of the ordinary. I was a bicycle bandit biking for the common good.

Lexi B.
Lindsay A.

The Wanderlust tour was the most amazing and empowering experience of my life. The feeling of finishing that ride gave me the sense as though I can do absolutely anything I put my mind to. Wheeled Migration gave me the opportunity, support and encouragement to make a dream come true for me.

Lindsay A.
Vance S.

I just want to say thanks to Rodney, Katie, and crew for the great Unknown Coast ride last weekend. It was a fine adventure thanks to your efforts!

Vance S.
Marty

OK. First and foremost, forgive the french. OMFG. Love, love. love what you’ve got going on here. And this is coming from a former tour guide. I worked for Western Spirit Tours out of Moab UT for a summer years ago. Its still the only job I’d go back to if I could.

Marty
Evin W.

For the Bike Harvest, thank you. I and everyone I know had a great time, and I’m looking forward to the next ride. You do bitchin things.

Evin W.

Ohhhh! This ride/tour/journey was excellent. I learned so much. Honestly, its the first time I have been inspired in a long time. I loved learning about the farms and farmers and about myself on a bike!

Lauren K.

We don’t have to do a Wheeled Migration. But we do kind of have to discover what it REALLY means to us to have a body and possibly a soul and an earth around us. WM gives you the space to do that plus snacks, frolics, follies and a pack of irresistible human beings to call your very own.

Lauren K.
Robert B.

It was [insert your favorite superlative]!!! I so look forward to more Wheeled Migration events. The price was fair and affordable, and it’s so nice not to have to squeeze one’s friends for $2000 in order to ride.

Robert B.
What’s New?

Wanderlust

Three 30 mile days of cycling. Four nights of camping and local organic feasts! Three private site tours with tastings! Outstanding musical acts! Roadside performances! Lunch stops! Fully supported with mechanics & luggage van! Return shuttle service! One all inclusive experience en route to California Worldfest in Grass Valley! View the route map Wanderlust Includes! A day of farm tours at Chaffin Family Orchards Organic local feast hosted by Roots Catering Evening performances/jam sessions On-route...
Slow Coast

Slow Coast

  • October 14–16
  • 100 miles over 3 days
Discover the future of organic farming in three mellow days on the San Mateo Coast. The Slow Coast Bicycle Tour is an indulgent taste of incredible food crafted for anyone with a bicycle, passion to learn, and  a love for food from the source. Fully supported by on-bike mechanics, guides and a luggage van, this all inclusive event features live music, picture perfect farmlands, feisty backroads, epic ocean vistas, camping in the redwoods, fruit-picking, tastings,...
Unknown Coast Weekend

Unknown Coast Weekend

  • Third weekend in September
  • 100 miles over 2 days
A Chico VELO classic! Spend a weekend riding among redwoods as we tour between quaint coastal towns the vicious climbs of California’s Lost Coast. We begin Saturday with 65 miles along the lush Eel River, through the Avenue of the Giants, the Rockefeller Redwoods and up the looong and lonely climb of Panther Gap, then it’s all downhill to the Honeydew. Sunday is 35 miles of seaside riding and the mythical “Wall.” You’ll go home...
Bicycle Harvest

Bicycle Harvest

  • October 2012
  • 40 miles over 2 days
Wheeled Migration presents our second annual Bicycle Harvest – a costumed bike ride and overnight festival to celebrate the tradition of harvest, local splendor, and bicycles. The fully supported, twenty-mile bicycle social rolls merrily through Butte County to Chaffin Family Orchards at the foot of Table Mountain. Your luggage will be waiting for you when you arrive. Three hundred people on bicycles in costume! And that’s only the commute. The Bike Harvest festivities are set...