Participant Notes

OUR TOUR PARTICIPANTS ARE THE GREATEST
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Our participants are so wonderful! Thanks to all who join us for our bicycle tours each summer. You are so important to us! We will always try harder every year to earn your respect and keep our service to you to high standards. Here are a few comments you have sent our way.

  • Thanks again to you and your staff for a most memorable experience. I think you should charge more for all the effort you put in!”

    by A. Darke

  • I liked the fact that everyone can do the trip in their own way – no pressure to be anywhere and no competition. You can feel free to do what you can at your own speed.”

    by D. Keystone

  • I wanted to write quickly and than you for designing a very enjoyable cycling trip. Both Lois and I had a terrific time, and beyond bicycling really enjoyed our first exposure to Nova Scotia. The province is beautiful, and at least by standards of further south, rather un-commercialized and unspoiled”

    by D. Harriman

  • An excellent job overall! I was very impressed with the effort that you put in as well as with the turnout for the tour. It was nice to cycle with the group after being on the road by myself.”

    by C. Stang

  • You should feel good about the good job that you are doing.”

    by G. Kerr

  • I really enjoyed this low-key type of tour. Terrific!”

    by H. Hughes

  • This was my favorite organized bike trip thus far. I’ve been on five before this one. PEI is absolutely beautiful! You did an outstanding job on this trip- kudos to you!.”

    by W. Miller

  • Magnificent scenery, great cycling and hiking. These will be the wonderful memories I will have from this trip. Thank you for a great tour.”

    by A. Smith

  • My girlfriend Sandi and I both participated in the Atlantic Canada Cycling tour of the northern peninsula of Newfoundland last summer. We’re both strong cyclists who will ride distances of up to 160 km (100 miles) on weekends. But we don’t like to ride too fast. We’d never done a bike tour, organized or otherwise.

    The first thing I would tell you about the tour is that there were cyclists of all strengths participating, from novices to experts, and I believe that everybody found the tour to be well designed, and challenging. The terrain is sometimes hilly, but the big factor is wind — tailwinds and you’re laughing, headwinds you’re crying.

    Atlantic Canada Cycling’s management style of the tour was very good — they don’t baby you, so that you feel like you’re accomplishing the tour on your own — but they provide enough support and cold beer that you don’t have to worry about anything but cycling and having a good time.

    The northern peninsula of Newfoundland contains some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes I’ve ever beheld. It’s also full of moose, which are a thrill to observe. The food is fantastic (provided you ask the chef to broil or bake your fish, rather than fry it), and the cultural landscape is sparse, but interesting.

    I would highly recommend this trip, and, if I it hadn’t turned me on to cycle touring as much as it did so that I’m already thinking about where to go next, I’d do it again!”

    by L. Poplak

  • I think the tour was very successful – and obviously word is spreading – the tour was superb. Thanks!”

    by T. Webb

  • Loved the interesting diversity of people; the back-up; the comraderie; the fireside singing and talking.”

    by P. Mizener

  • 2 cabs 3 buses 2 planes (that’s one way) from Manhattan, everything was great.. Gary and staff did great job.”

    by R. Goldstein

  • My girlfriend Sandi and I both participated in the Atlantic Canada Cycling tour of the northern peninsula of Newfoundland last summer. We’re both strong cyclists who will ride distances of up to 160 km (100 miles) on weekends. But we don’t like to ride too fast. We’d never done a bike tour, organized or otherwise.

    The first thing I would tell you about the tour is that there were cyclists of all strengths participating, from novices to experts, and I believe that everybody found the tour to be well designed, and challenging. The terrain is sometimes hilly, but the big factor is wind — tailwinds and you’re laughing, headwinds you’re crying.

    Atlantic Canada Cycling’s management style of the tour was very good — they don’t baby you, so that you feel like you’re accomplishing the tour on your own — but they provide enough support and cold beer that you don’t have to worry about anything but cycling and having a good time.

    The northern peninsula of Newfoundland contains some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes I’ve ever beheld. It’s also full of moose, which are a thrill to observe. The food is fantastic (provided you ask the chef to broil or bake your fish, rather than fry it), and the cultural landscape is sparse, but interesting.

    I would highly recommend this trip, and, if I it hadn’t turned me on to cycle touring as much as it did so that I’m already thinking about where to go next, I’d do it again!”

    by L. Poplak

  • We liked the freedom to do what we wanted and when we wanted.”

    by J. & B. Ferguson

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