Getting There

Maine Bike Tours

Week Long Bike Tours

All our 6 or 7 day tours include all transfers. The pick up point for each trip is Portland, Maine.  Boston’s Logan Airport and the Manchester, New Hampshire airport are within easy driving distance of Portland and often offer cheaper air fares.

Week End Bike Tours

On all our weekend tours, your leaders will meet you at the inn at 2:00 pm on the first day of the tour. All of our weekend tours are within a two hour drive of Portland. If you are arriving in Portland the day before the trip and leaving the day after the trip concludes, the trip leaders can bring you from/to Portland.

Mid-Coast Limo (www.midcoastlimo.com) 800-937-2424 offers regular shuttle service up the coast and the trip leaders can collect you from the Mid-Coast drop off point.

Airport Information

Portland International Jetport (PWM) www.portlandjetport.org, 207-774-7301, is served by Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Airtran, Southwest ( April 2013) and Jet Blue. The following rental car companies serve the Portland Jetport: Avis, Budget, Hertz, and National, and Alamo.

Boston’s Logan Airport (BOS) www.Massport.com/logan, 1-800-23-LOGAN, is approximately 2.0 hours from Portland and 4.0 hours from Bangor is served by all major airlines, and all major rental car companies.

Bangor International Airport (BGR) www.flybangor.com, 207-947-0384, is served by American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Northwest, and US Airways. The following rental car companies serve the Bangor airport: Avis, Budget, Hertz, and National. If you need other transportation information, please contact us.

Quebec Bike Tours

Getting to Quebec City

Drive, fly, ride your bike, or take the train to Quebec.  Regardless of your preferred means of travel, we are excited to share Quebec with you.

If you Fly to Quebec

The Jean Lesage International Airport (airport code, YQB) is served by the following airlines:

  • Air Canada
  • Continental Airlines
  • Delta Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • WestJet

If more convenient, the Montreal International Airport (airport code YMX) is also an option.  Montreal is served by the following airlines:

  • Air Canada
  • American Airlines
  • Delta Airlines
  • US Airways

Train Service between Montreal and Quebec City

Trains run between Montreal and Quebec City five times a day on weekdays, and four times a day Saturday and Sunday.  The ride is approximately three hours in length. Visit www.viarail.ca for the latest in train schedules between Montreal and Quebec City.
Taxi rides from the airport to downtown Quebec City cost approximately $35.00 CDN

Nova Scotia Bike Tours

Getting to Nova Scotia

Drive, fly, ride your bike, or take the ferry to Nova Scotia. Regardless of your preferred means of travel, we are excited to share this Canadian province with you.

If you Fly to Nova Scotia

We suggest flying into the Halifax International Airport (airport code YHZ).
Served by the following airlines:

  • Air Canada – American Airlines via New York – Continental Airlines via Newark, NJ
  • Delta Airlines via Boston, MA and New York – Northwest Airlines via Detroit, MI
  • United Airlines via Washington DC and Chicago

If you Drive to Nova Scotia

The best way to reach Halifax by car is via ferry through Saint John, New Brunswick.  Bay Ferries offers two ferries per day from Saint John, NB to Digby, NS. Vehicle fares start at $80 CAD each way with an additional charge of $40.00 CAD per person each way. The ferry ride takes about 3 hours. For more information, visit Bay Ferries at www.acadiaferry.com or by calling 1-877-762-7245.

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