Wildlife and cycling in the Adirondacks, USA


This video from New York in the USA is called Introducing Cycle Adirondacks.

From the Wildlife Conservation Society in the USA:

Escape to the Adirondacks

Save your spot!

Next summer, the Wildlife Conservation Society is hosting the first-ever Cycle Adirondacks, a fully supported, road-bicycle tour of New York’s Adirondack Park that runs from August 23-29, 2015.

It’ll feature breathtaking rides through immense natural beauty. We’ll have gourmet catered meals and hot showers, live entertainment, and a beer and wine garden each night.

But what’s really going to set this trip apart: WCS naturalists are coming along to showcase and interpret the natural landscape as you experience it. Our experts will immerse you in the wildlife and wild lands we work so hard to preserve. Not to mention, you’ll visit dozens of picturesque, historic communities in the area. All the Adirondacks has to offer.

If you’re looking for a challenge, an amazing new place to explore, a reconnection with the Adirondacks, or just a great vacation, Cycle Adirondacks promises to be a bucket-list adventure. Check it out.

Registration is capped at 600 riders (and we’re expecting a sold-out event). So sign up now! If only one spouse or partner is interested in riding, we’ve got a great Travel Companion program planned for non-riders.

P.S. We’re also looking for volunteers to support the event. Visit our website to learn more.

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