• Explore this very special bike ~340 mile route along the historic Erie Canal
  • Using camping for COVID-safe trip
  • See the beauty of the Finger Lakes and old canal towns.
  • 80 percent of the pedaling is on graveled or paved bike only path
  • Average of 40 miles per day leaves plenty of time to explore wineries, cafes and the history
  • Relive history at the many restored sites
  • Learn why the canal turned NY into the Empire State
  • Fully supported and sagged


This incredible bike tour, limited to 8 bikers, treats you to the quaint and colorful villages of the Erie Canal, incredible waterfalls and beautiful stays in the Finger Lakes Wine Country, the Mohawk Valley and our Capital area region! Enjoy easy, scenic cycling as we glide past spectacular scenery, beautiful canal locks, aqueducts and bridges, and some of the loveliest countryside that Upstate New York has to offer.

It is a history buff’s delight through scenic Central NY with its natural beauty, open spaces, fresh air and amazing US history! In addition to the incredible history of the Erie Canal, we will cycle to many Revolutionary War sites including Fort Stanwix National Monument, Fort Klock, Fort Plain and more. Your gear is transported for you and a sag vehicle is along for snacks, food and a rest if need be. Plan to ride an average of 40 miles per day at a 10-12 mph pace. The tone is one of exploration and enjoyment as you cross the whole state.

Starts in Buffalo. We can transport your bike and you back from Albany.

Bikes can be rented from your local bike shop if you don't have one.

Meets in Buffalo
Saturday, June 12th - Sunday, June 20th, 2021
Cost: $1,290/person

To Register - Call Now! Contact the PPS office at 585-346-5597!

Or pay the deposit, we will contact you to complete your registration.

Request an information packet for complete information on this adventure