Biking South-Central Vermont

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Have you been dreaming of a safe and relaxing way to get close to nature in New England, yet not totally rough it?  Check out Inn Victoria’s, Vermont Biking; discover the beauty and relaxing nature of life in a healthy, happy place. 

Travel back 40 years to a time of innocence; combine your time with an Inn-to-Inn experience and let your guide lead you to waterfalls, the most scenic rides, the best VT experiences and the finest local foods?

Inn Victoria has partnered with Vermont’s most experienced biking and athletic trainer, Vermont Soigneur’s Jeremy Peters, LMT.  Jeremy is a massage therapist specializing in Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage. He has worked with many top-level athletes in the sports of alpine ski racing, cycling, and triathlon. Jeremy served in the US Army as an Airborne Ranger before coming back to Vermont to serve the community as a State Trooper. As Jeremy says; “every ride is all about having safe fun!”
Each day’s tour is unique and offers varying terrain ranging from nearly flat to gentle slopes and steady uphill/downhill grades.  The routes are designed to provide you with a safe and enjoyable experience.  
Here is how it works: You will arrive at Inn Victoria the evening before the bike tour.  The next morning after breakfast, you will be lead on tour with an experienced, professional guide, Jeremy Peters.   Lunch and snacks will be packed for the route.  Tour groups range in size from 1-10 riders.  With groups of 6-10, two guides will accompany the group. When the ride is over, rest and relax in the hot tub or enjoy a message by our professional sports masseuse (reserve ahead).  Enjoy a great evening meal, and contemplate the next day’s experience of a lifetime! 

Call Inn Victoria at 802-749-9313 for reservations.

Penny & Dan Cote, Owners of Inn Victoria, a Chester Vermont Bed and Breakfast
Jessica Knisely, Innkeeper

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