Traverse City - Leelanau E-Bike & Sail Tour

Inclusive Bike & Sailing Tour

Featuring Shady Lane Cellars

Chef-Prepared Lunch Available

A Sailing & Cycling Adventure From Traverse City to Scenic Leelanau County

Discover Leelanau County and the featured winery as we explore the area on our RadPower electric-assist bikes and expertly captained 30′ O’Day sailboat. Come along on our wind-in-your-hair bike tours ​and visit Shady Lane winery. Learn along the way about the local agriculture, history and sights in Leelanau County. You will be introduced to the scenic, wooded recreational corridor, the Leelanau Trail and treated to a locally- sourced luncheon along our beautiful ride. Your trip is combined with an intimate 3 hour sailing excursion on crystal turquoise waters of West Grand Traverse Bay where you can enjoy one of your recently purchased wines on deck.

You may also opt for just one segment of the tour. We offer the following options: Bike & Sail full tour (full day), Bike tour only (half day), and Sailing tour only (half-day). For more information, please check Trip Details below.


Pedal along on our 3 hour round-trip guided e-bike tour along the beautiful Leelanau Trail.

Glide through the waters of Lake Michigan as we sail around Grand Traverse Bay.

Stop at a nearby organic vineyard and winery.

Includes chef-prepared local, picnic lunch. Menu selection at booking.

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Trip Details

Trip Details


$195 per person
Group rates available! Call us to learn more.

Departure time

Bike and Sail: 10 am

Meeting point

12935 S West Bay Shore Dr, Traverse City, MI 49684,

Parking on West side of M-22 ACROSS the street from the Center Pointe building. Meet your guide at the entrance to the pedestrian tunnel.


May 28- Sept 15: 7 days a week


6 hours approx. — we finish at 4:00 PM

Group size

Maximum 12


  • Bikes and helmets
  • Bike guides
  • Local, chef-prepared picnic box lunch (menu options provided with booking confirmation email)
  • Uncorking services (glasses and pouring service when you bring your own drinks)
  • Licensed captain

Not included

  • Alcoholic drinks, beverages, snacks
  • Sunscreen

What to bring

  • Small rucksack & water bottle
  • Comfortable shoes for biking
  • Swimsuit & towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Any drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) or additional snacks
  • Purchase power for any stops along the way
  • Cash for tipping guides/captain

About your guide

  • 1 bike guide
  • 1 licensed captain
What You'll Do

This tour includes the best of northern Michigan: wind, waves, bikes and wine!

This full day soft adventure tour includes a 3 hr. guided e-bike tour along the beautiful Leelanau Trail, a stop at Shady Lane Cellars organic vineyard and winery, and a 3 hr. afternoon epic sail aboard our well-appointed 30′ cruising sailboat, Allegra. 

We’ll ride through beautiful Leelanau Peninsula wine country, passing orchards, farms, idyllic views and epic scenery with the electric boost from our RAD-powered E-Bikes. Enjoy the comfort and ease of electric bikes.

​A local, chef-prepared lunch menu is included and a box picnic lunch will be enjoyed during our trip.

Once aboard our sailboat, you’ll be treated to our uncorking service, sip your recently purchased local wines, craft beers, or sodas. Kick back and relax, take a swim off the back of the sailboat (so FUN) or move about the boat to experience the art of sailing while taking in the turquoise water views of West Grand Traverse Bay.

The perfect full-day tour to embrace the full beauty and adventure in northern Michigan!

You’ll make memories, have tons of laughs and have plenty of photo opportunities to make your vacation the most memorable.


*This tour has a maximum group size of 12 participants. If a group is over 6 people, adventurers will split into 2 separate groups – 6 participants sailing and 6 participants enjoying the e-biking portion and winery. Then, the groups trade places to continue the full adventure bike & sail tour.

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