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If you stick to the side roads (i.e., avoiding main drags like Highway 12 and Highway 29), biking can be a wonderful way to explore the beauty of wine country. Those planning to tour Napa’s vineyards should hook up with Calistoga Bike Shop, where friendly staffers can arrange packages that include bike rentals, maps, wine-tasting appointments, lunch reservations, and (if you need it) roadside assistance, for around $80 per person. In Sonoma, the best outfitters are Sonoma Valley Cyclery and Wine Country Bikes; both places provide rentals, maps of bikeable wine routes, and sage advice about getting around the region on two wheels.

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If you stick to the side roads (i.e., avoiding main drags like Highway 12 and Highway 29), biking can be a wonderful way to explore the beauty of wine country. Those planning to tour Napa’s vineyards should hook up with Calistoga Bike Shop, where friendly staffers can arrange packages that include bike rentals, maps, wine-tasting appointments, lunch reservations, and (if you need it) roadside assistance, for around $80 per person. In Sonoma, the best outfitters are Sonoma Valley Cyclery and Wine Country Bikes; both places provide rentals, maps of bikeable wine routes, and sage advice about getting around the region on two wheels.