The community and the fellowship of those who appreciate seeing the world from a bike and/or through a lens. Do you ride? Do you enjoy, or are you learning photography? I wanted to take a cycling vacation planned with locations and time in the schedule to enjoy my photography along the way. I couldn’t find any so I made my own. Come ride with me.

Fully supported tours include moderate to challenging rides, photography stops in the morning or evening of each ride day, and rest days to shoot, relax, or review and edit images as you please. All levels of photographers and riders are welcome.

Photography and cycling both tend to be a solo practice. I feel that growing the community and the fellowship should be part of the practice. You don’t have to make photos that win awards or ride competitively, but you might enjoy learning something from others who do.

The trips are not designed to crush our distance and elevation ride stats or as an intense photography workshop. The doing of a thing can be more important than the outcome of a thing. Learn More!

The majority of education on photography is intimidating and only shows how to do something without explaining why you would want to…compose that image at all, shoot a landscape in that way, use that software, edit your photo with those choices, etc. I try to focus on the why more than the how, and also on topics that I learned the hard way because I couldn’t find anyone else talking about them.

A lot of photography you can’t learn without experiencing it. So here is my experience, and I trust that some of this is useful to the next person asking the same questions.