Three tips on how to experience Palm Springs on two wheels. The owners of Bike Palm Springs give their recommendations.
The steep road to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Valley Station presents a mighty and surprisingly popular workout amid inspiring views.
A good workout for hard-core or recreational cyclists, the Tour de Palm Springs is a charitable event with global recognition.
Big Wheel Tours heads a pack of bicycle rental shops offering the chance to get to know Greater Palm Springs from an elevated seat.
Tour de Palm Springs, which began 20 years ago to support nonprofits in Greater Palm Springs, now draws 6,000 to 10,000 bikers annually and has raised more than $3 million.
The Tour de Palm Springs started with a simple conversation between brothers. Local businessman Tim Esser was having a beer with his brother Pat when he asked, “If you were going to die, what would you regret not doing in this world?” Pat replied, “I think my biggest regret would be not helping my fellow man enough.” Esser didn’t know
As a golfer who has competed at a professional level, Bryan Newman has played countless rounds on hundreds of courses. The 34-year-old will always remember his first visit to the exclusive Los Angeles Country Club a couple years ago. And, it has nothing to do with what happened on the pristine greens and fairways. In the parking lot of the
Hundreds of cyclists from the Greater Palm Springs area hit the road multiple times per week with mapped routes from the La Quinta Cove to downtown Palm Springs.
La Quinta resident Lou Lister has carved out seven hours when he can’t be interrupted on Jan. 23 for the 18th annual Tour de Palm Springs.