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Georgia Tandem Tour
May 21 – May 24 all-day
Georgia Tandem Rally
May 24 – May 27 all-day
36th Annual Kent County Spring Fling
May 25 – May 28 all-day

Join the Baltimore Bicycling Club and enjoy four days cycling the lightly traveled roads of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore. Rides of 11 to 100 miles meander along flat to rolling roads — by rural hamlets and along scenic rivers. Excellent riding for everyone– all ages and abilities!

Horsey Hundred
May 26 all-day

Not tandem specific, but very welcoming for tandems.

The New Harmony Project Tandem Rally
Jun 1 – Jun 3 all-day

Located on the Wabash River, New Harmony is a historic town of just under a thousand residents in southwest Indiana. The town’s history included two failed attempts to form utopian societies in the early nineteenth century.                         Much of the town has been preserved, and includes a roofless church, Labyrinth State Memorial, the Working Men’s Institute & Library, and the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art. Please visit the New Harmony website for details. Just four miles south is Harmony State Park which has cabins, camping, mountain biking, and hiking. In addition to its normal attractions, New Harmony is hosting the Arts in Harmony Festival; a free open air art, music, and fine craft festival on this weekend.

SW Missouri Tandem Rally
Jun 1 – Jun 3 all-day
Tandem Bicycle Tours, Inc., Tour of Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic @ Germany, Austria & the Czech Republic
Jun 3 – Jun 16 all-day

After arrival in Munich, we shuttle you to Regensbrug in Bavaria where we will assemble bikes and begin our tandem adventure. Regensburg was the northernmost point of the Roman Empire in Germany and also marks the northerly point of the Danube river. One of Germany’s oldest towns, boasting more than 2,000 years of history, stroll around the remarkable medieval town, considered the best preserved in Germany.

Our first day’s ride takes us to Deggendorf, known as the gate to the Bavarian Forest. Located on the Danube, Deggendorf is home to an impressive array of historic buildings, including the old city hall with its 14th century clock tower. Continuing along the Danube, our next stop is the small city of Passau, called the city of 3 rivers, lying at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz, on the Austrian border. Passau is rich with baroque architecture. Make sure to stop by St. Stephen’s cathedral to see the largest cathedral organ in the world, boasting almost 18,000 pipes.

Leaving Passau, we venture into Austria, as we continue along the Danube. Heading to Aigen-Schlägl, located in the Bohemian Forest, we pass through Engelhartszell, Schlogen and Obermuhl before heading north toward the Czech Republic. Many monasteries are located in this region and the monks still brew beers to this day, so refreshments abound as you ride through the countryside.

?eský Krumlov, just over the Austrian border into the Czech Repupublic will be our home for two nights as we explore southern Bohemia. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located on the banks of the Vlatava River and the town spans more than 5 centuries. Most of the buildings in this historic village are designated cultural monuments. From ?eský Krumlov you will have options to ride to Holašovice with its baroque architecture and ?eské Bud?jovice, the capital of the region and home to the original Budvar beer.

Departing ?eský Krumlov we ride back into Austria to the small city of Weitra, just north of Vienna. Weitra Castle built in the 17th century dominates the village. Other noteworthy sites in the area include Rappottenstein Castle and the elegant Rosenau Palace.

We’ll have a stopover in in Melk, Austria, with its imposing abbey, and then head to Mariazell. Mariazell Basilica, a visual orgy of baroque decadence, located just south of Vienna, is a famous pilgrimage site in Austria. Then it’s on to Bad Ischl, in the Salzkammergut Lakes District. Bad Ischl was a favorite of the Hapsburg Emperor Franz Joeph. This spa town provides us a breathtaking backdrop for our stay in this region of Austria. Located on the Traun river, Bad Ischl survives on its history of the rich and famous of yesteryear.

From Bad Ischl, we ride to Salzburg, birthplace to one of Austria’s most famous sons, Mozart. Salzburg’s old town is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Whether you are a Mozart afficianado, or a lover of the von Trapp family, Salzburg is a city of music, culture and much more. Salzburg marks the end of our travels together. After packing our bikes we will transfer you back to Munich for your departure home.

Adventures In Tandem ETR 2018 Pre Tour
Jun 10 – Jun 15 all-day

We’re doing a tour on Virginia’s Eastern Shore (AKA the Delmarva Peninsula) the week before the 2018 ETR.  We’re still working out the details, so check back soon.

Eastern Tandem Rally
Jun 15 – Jun 17 all-day
Saranac Lake Tandem Rally
Jun 15 – Jun 17 all-day