Our guides are complete and they contain everything that both, professional and beginner cyclists need to know about bike tours.
Ophir, CO (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
Bike tours are an exciting way to spend a weekend, and increase one’s level of fitness. Lizardheadcyclingguides.com can help anyone who wants to experience the adventure and adrenaline of steep bike climbs or descents on curvy mountainous roads surrounded by picturesque scenery. The company informed their clientele that 2013 would be a year of fun tours and new happenings that will attract all kinds of cyclists. One of their representatives recently announced that all cyclists can expect to have more challenging bike tours in 2013, which will include two brand new routes with a number of new terrain in national parks that Lizardheadcyclingguides.com has yet to explore.
Lizardheadcyclingguides.com has been a leader in multi-day mountain and road cycling tours ever since they started back in 2007. The company’s name was derived from the striking tower of the 13-000-foot Lizard Head Peak in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. Lizard Head Cycling Guides is a mountain and road bike touring company headquartered in the village of Ophir high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. John Humphries is the company’s owner, who has been guiding bikers and hikers professionally for more than 20 years. Before that, John worked with troubled youth and educated them on biking.
Two days ago, one of the company’s representatives made a comment about the upcoming bike tours:
“Lizardheadcyclingguides.com tries to cover every aspect of mountain and bike tours and provide all the riders that come in to this area with unforgettable moments. Our guides are complete and they contain everything that both, professional and beginner cyclists need to know about bike tours. We also want to inform everyone that our company has prepared some of the most exciting and adrenalin filled bike tours for 2013. Feel free to read more about in the tours on our official cycling guides or on our official website.”
If you would like to contact Lizardheadcyclingguides.com and reserve a spot for the upcoming bike tour, please visit their website, or call their phone number at 970-728-5891.