Kentucky Bourbon and Custom Bike Tour

Kentucky Bourbon and Custom Bike Tour


Lexington, Kentucky is known as the “Horse Capital of the World” and the center of Bluegrass country. Kentucky itself is packed with history, culture and art. This ideally located small city sits within a day’s drive for two thirds of the US population and should not be missed.

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Tour Highlights

  • Cuyahoga National Park Amish country
  • Traffic free riding trails
  • Underground Railroad history
  • Bridge of Dreams covered bridge Little Miami State Park


Rider Level

Recreational – Active

Minimum Group Size

6 guests


332 miles; 16,633 feet of elevation


Fly in and out of the Lexington Blue Grass Airport


All meals are included


All lodging is included

  • All lodging
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • All breakfasts, dinners and picnic lunches on riding days
  • Cocktail social hours on the 1st evening of each tour
  • Van support
  • Maps
  • GPS mapping
  • Mechanic
  • 2 or more experienced guides
Not Included
  • Airfare.
  • Souvenirs.
  • Meals on days off
  • 12% gratuity for guides, mechanics, volunteers, and tour staff is not included, but greatly appreciated
Suggested Travel Months

May, June, August, September, October


Aug 24-30, 2023 ( Thurs – Wed)

Sept 1-7, 2023 (Fri- Thurs)

6 Days | 6 Nights


Starts at
  • Single Room - $750
  • RENTAL BIKES: Road Bike - $175 | eBike - $375
Warm and dry in winter. Book this tour now!


Day 1

North Lexington to Paris to North Lexington

53.7 miles; 2757 ft elevation

Day 2

North Lexington to Versailles; KY Horse Park and Keeneland Racetrack. Unique Horse Farm Tour.

35.7 miles; 1572 ft elevation

Day 3

Versailles to Midway to Versailles; Midway Café and Woodford Reserve Distillery.

45.6 miles; 2087 ft elevation

Day 4

Versailles to Shaker Village; Cross the KY River.

42.5 miles; 3102 ft elevation

Day 5

Shaker Village to Berea; Boone Tavern Lancaster.

56 miles; 3511 ft elevation

Day 6

Berea to North Lexington; Talon Winery, Transylvania Univ.

49.2 miles; 2639 ft elevation

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