Wheeled Migration

373 East 3rd Ave.
CA 95928

Wheeled Migration

Bicycle SiteEco Club/OrganizationGreen EnterpriseFree Speech ZoneResponsible CompanySocial EnterpriseEcotourism Resource


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Bicycle-based eco-tours are adventurous and educational, focusing on human connections with nature, art and each other. From the website:

What is Wheeled Migration?

Simply put, it’s what you bring to it. Wanna go ride bikes with casual brilliant people? Pleasure to meet you. We craft dynamic expeditions for people who love change, who seek worldliness, and want to feel things differently. You know who you are.

Need to explain WM? ‘It’s camp. On bikes.’

We reinvent ourselves because bicycle touring is a rich and changing experience. Our tour themes and locations are kept fresh so no two WM rides are ever the same. What’s the recipe? We begin with a narrative (or a secret intention) then design tours to place you deeper in yourself and your surroundings. Of course our first job is to see you safe and happy. After you’re comfortable, we go further.

Be warned: our tours not ‘just like riding a bike.’ Sometimes they’re a rolling conference, where you’ll fill more your head than your water bottle. Sometimes it’s a foodie’s cuisine dream when we cater meals plucked out from under your wheels, fresh off the farm. Sometimes a self discovery in a mountain summit scavenger hunt. They’re always more than a bike ride, more than you’ll expect.

You’re invited to use Wheeled Migration as a platform. Here is a safe space for study, sharing, expression—stretching what people think is possible on a bike ride. We’ve seen musical careers bloom, careers change, artist’s portfolios thicken. Your interests, talent, humor, and personality shape these rides.

If you’re interested in bicycle touring or what can be gained by going on expedition, we would like to meet you. Never thought to try a thing like this before? Have a look around, see yourself out there, and let’s go do something you never forget.

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