NEMO Equipment Corporate OUTING
Great day out with a group of awesome people from NEMO Equipment! after camping at Button Bay State Park, we left from camp and headed out on an all day gravel adventure. We rode along the lake with incredible views of the Adirondack Mountains in the background, then through rolling pasture lands, stopped at a historic site and had lunch and capped the day with beers and apps at a brewery in the quaint village of Vergennes. I am a BIG FAN of NEMO's products and feel proud to have been asked to guide this crew.
At Gravel Tours our mission is to provide adventurous cyclists looking to expand their love for riding with the expert guidance and knowledge of Vermont's quiet, less traveled roads and trails.
Your time to enjoy, time to rest, time to push yourself and time to be free from the daily grind is precious. We are here to provide all the logistics for a challenging and safe adventure, allowing you to immerse yourself in the experience. Whether it's a day trip, a fully supported Inn-to-Inn tour, or a self-contained wild camping expedition, we have you covered.
Gravel Tours is a complete, special guide service for 1 to 10 clients, keeping a very personal experience that can't be compared. If you are a veteran road cyclist looking to dip your feet in the challenge of climbing and descending the steep and varied dirt roads, we know the best routes. Simply taking a "stab" at navigating some of the more remote, class IV roads and town trails on your own can have you riding into someones yard or face-to-face with an unfriendly dog.
My routes combine the challenge, adventure, best places to eat and amazing scenery that embodies all that is Vermont!
We put priority on riding Vermont's pristine, quiet
and low traffic dirt roads.
"Kris's knowledge of Vermont's back roads is incredible. His desire to please and strong mechanical skills makes every ride a very special and enjoyable experience"
- Howard F.
"Kris is simply the best guide I've ever worked with. He knows every back road in the area."
- Larry L.