Explore the World on Your Bike

Over 10 Different Hour-Long Virtual Bike Ride and Cycling Scenery Videos From Which to Choose - Available as HD Downloads or DVDs !

Your indoor, upright, or recumbent bike can transport you to Virtual Rides in Scotland, England, Ireland, Canada, or the USA!

If you love incredible scenery, then you'll love taking one of our virtual bike rides through these locations:


Your 60 minute Virtual Bike Ride begins in rural Cornwall, with a view of the coast in the distance, and as you begin your one hour Cornwall Bike Ride, you pass hedgerows so typical of rural England. Ever changing in shape, the tops of the hedgerows are windswept from the constant coastal breeze and around every turn there is something new to make your ride pleasant. The vegetation in Cornwall is varied and always interesting with flowers, especially hydrangeas, lush and numerous in August in Cornwall.

Moving on, your route takes you briefly into a residential area but even this area is scenic, then it's back into rural Cornwall with its wide vistas and puffy clouds. You will occasionally see a windmill in the distance in this area of northwest England. You next return to the coastal road and enjoy the view as you cycle downhill. The one lane road transports you past some beautiful coastal views and briefly into the seacoast village of Port Isaac, the filming location for the PBS series, "Doc Martin."

The last section of your 60 minute Cornwall Virtual Bike Ride begins with a breathtaking view of the coast. As you descend the hill, you wish this could go on forever. You pass a few homes as you proceed downhill along with some intrepid British hikers. Your one hour Cornwall Bike Ride ends at a footpath to the beach.


Your 60 minute Virtual Bike Ride begins in the Devon village of Moretonhampstead, an often utilized staging area for serious cyclists. The village is coming to life with shoppers on this late August morning. After a few short minutes, you are cycling between the hedgerows so typical of rural Devon and from time to time you pass other cyclists on this scenic route. Your route passes the entrance to a stately English castle then, further on, leads you between old rock walls laden with green plants and ferns. Dartmoor National Park was utilized for part of Stage 7 of the 2012 Tour of Britain and this section of our cycling route has twists and turns which reveal scenic vistas in the distance.

Around almost every turn there's some new scenic delight to enjoy. Eventually the Devon terrain changes to the typical Dartmoor landscape of uncultivated hill land with low growing vegetation. Dartmoor is known for its myths and legends. It is reputedly the haunt of pixies, a headless horseman, a mysterious pack of "spectral hounds", and a large black dog, among others.

Indigenous to Dartmoor, and well adapted to its pastures and moors, Whiteface Dartmoor sheep are as much part of its landscape as are the tors, heath and hill ponies. Sheep are not only permitted to roam free here in Dartmoor but actually have the right-of-way and often lie in the roadway. Crossing another stone bridge and continuing through ever changing terrain you reach the Two Bridges Hotel, an 18th century coaching inn. Here in Dartmoor National Park, the pubs are few and far between so cyclists do make sure to refresh themselves whenever possible.

In the far distance, you get your first glimpse of several tors - hills topped with large outcrops of granite bedrock. Much of Dartmoor National Park has been designated as 'Access Land', which, although it remains privately owned, has no restrictions on where walkers can roam. Your one-hour Dartmoor Cycling Scenery Video ends on a gravel side road.


The first part of your 59 minute Virtual Bike Ride begins beside an old stone farmhouse on Loch Etive, northeast of Oban, Scotland. As you leave the farm, you pass the indigenous evergreen gorse, in full bloom, before pausing at a green meadow filled with sheep. The narrow road winds ahead through verdant foliage and soon you get your first view of Loch Etive, over 15 miles in length. In mid-May, when this virtual experience DVD was filmed, spring flowers were in full bloom.

This narrow road parallels the beautiful Loch Etive. The scenic road offers the jogger or cyclist a series of visual treats and from time to time, the camera pauses for a few moments to take in the scenery. The camera passes an old stone church on its journey around the shore of Loch Etive. Rhododendron are in bloom and the ferns and grasses are lush. Again, from time to time the camera pauses for a few moments to enjoy the views. The winding road passes the ruins of a stone cottage used in the 1960 motion picture "Kidnapped" starring Peter O'Toole. Your 59 minute virtual tour ends as the road itself ends at the shore of Loch Etive.


The first section of your 60 minute Argyll, Scotland Virtual Bike Ride begins in a peaceful scottish glen. Turning onto a small paved road, you soon sight the first of the many grazing sheep to be discovered on this narrow winding road which winds ahead through ever changing scenery as you proceed on your one hour adventure. Lambs and their mothers scamper across the road in front of you and the narrow road continues to draw you forward through scenic terrain.

The pastoral scenery offers the jogger or cyclist a series of visual treats and from time to time, the camera pauses for a few moments to enjoy the scenery. Next, the viewer enters a more wooded section of Argyll. After passing over a narrow bridge, the road continues to curve ahead and the evergreen shrub gorse displays its vivid yellow flowers. Passing a stone cottage, the terrain becomes more varied. First a low stone wall adjoins the road: then later, a beautiful lake.

Rhododendron are in bloom and the ferns and grasses are lush and the scenery, everchanging, continues to be interesting and beautiful. This cycling scenery video is filled with lush scottish scenery. Your 60 minute virtual tour ends at the shore of Loch Awe.


The first part of your 62 minute Virtual Bike Ride begins by the Lough (Lake) Corrib. Connemara, although not a specific town or governmental unit, is deemed by many to represent the true spirit of time-honored Gaelic traditions. As you begin your ride, you will notice the dramatic skyline and the lush vegetation along your route. The Connemara region is known here by its Gaelic designation of Conmaicnemara. And in early May, when this cycling scenery video was filmed, the Conmaicnemara greenscape is at its most brilliant.

Your virtual trip begins as you pass through Clifden, the largest town in the region, it is often referred to as "the Capital of Connemara." After passing through Clifden, you turn onto the magnificent Sky Road which takes you over the hills overlooking Clifden Bay and its offshore islands, Inishturk and Turbot. The high road which rims the inlet of Clifden Bay offers the jogger or cyclist a series of visual treats and varied topography and vegetation.

As you bike on, the views continue to get better and better. As the next hill comes into view you begin to anticipate the next view that awaits you. You pull over briefly to admire the spectular view. Then, venturing on the terrain changes and you find yourself climbing hill after hill. The clouds begin to darken and the best is yet to come. The views become even more spectacular as the road winds its way beside the lough offering more amazing views. The road descends and ahead winds through beautiful Irish countryside. You approach the town of Clifden and you descend one last hill into the Clifden town square where your 62 minute Connemara Bike Ride ends.


The first part of your 60 minute Virtual Bike Ride begins on a narrow road in County Clare which climbs a hill and then flattens out as you pass a few Irish homes. The narrow road pulls you forward past typical stone walls and soon you get your first view of the Irish coast. After cresting a hill, you speed down a long straight stretch of road and in mid-May, when this cycling scenery video was filmed, is perfect biking weather. You slow and pass through the small coastal town of Lahinch, a small town on Liscannor Bay, on the northwest coast of County Clare.

Further on, you start down a hill and discover the Doonagore Castle, a round 16th-century tower house with a small walled enclosure located about 1 km above the coastal village of Doolin in County Clare. Unlike most tower houses in the region, this was built not from limestone but from sandstone drawn from the quarry of Trá Leachain (Flaggy Beach) about 2 km to the southwest. Further down, and after receiving a friendly wave, you cross a stone bridge and enter the scenic village of Doolin, a noted centre of traditional Irish music, which is played nightly in its pubs, making it a popular tourist destination. There are numerous nearby archaeological sites, many dating to the Iron Age and earlier. Doolin, with its famous Gus O'Connor's Pub, is a good place to pause and lift a pint. Your 1 hour virtual bike ride ends at the ferry dock for the Aran Islands: Inishmore, Inishmaan, and Inisheer.


The Mahone Bay Virtual Bike Ride Video takes the viewer from the village of Mahone Bay along the scenic Nova Scotia coastline to the much photographed Peggys Cove. The first section of your 60 minute virtual bike ride begins on a peaceful road located just south of the Village of Mahone Bay. As you head northward, you follow the winding road which almost always follows the coastline and soon you enter the outskirts of the small village of Mahone Bay, known for a history of wooden boat building, it was the main industry of the village in its earlier years. You slow to pass the many shoppers out on a beautiful summer's morning. Flowers are everywhere in this scenic seaside village.

The scenery changes as the camera next enters the village of Chester, Nova Scotia, noted for sailing, stately homes, magnificent gardens and a relaxed lifestyle. The viewer passes the Tancook Island Ferry Dock which services both Little and Big Tancook Islands. The village of Chester has beautiful shops and restaurants along Water Street. Leaving Chester, the road heads northeast along the bay and, for most of the hour long Video, the road follows the bay. The terrain changes, but the bay is almost always in view.

Near Mill Cove, the camera explores a dirt road along the shore and then back onto a paved road. Soon, the road to Peggys Cove comes into view and, as we enter Peggys Cove, we find stunning natural beauty. Peggys Cove is the quintessential Canadian fishing village and the subject of photographers, professional and amateur, from around the world. Your 60 minute virtual tour ends at Peggys Cove Lighthouse.


Your 60 minute Angeles Crest Virtual Bike Ride begins at scenic Cloud Burst Summit on the Angeles Crest Highway at an elevation of 7,018 feet. It's almost all downhill from here. The route heads westward in the San Gabriel Mountains. Construction for Angeles Crest Highway began in 1929, then stopped in 1941 due to World War II. In 1946 construction resumed and the highway finally opened in 1956. The road passes through the protected Angeles National Forest and because of that, development is very limited. Newcomb's Ranch, seen above, is the only restaurant on the route.

Your Virtual Bike Ride continues on through more of the scenic Angeles National Forest. It's a bright sunny day with beautiful views in every direction. The Angeles Crest Highway is well-known among bikers for its scenery. Approaching the turn off to Mt. Wilson, you turn onto the road up to the observatory and follow the winding road up the mountain. You enter a cloud which encircles the summit of Mt. Wilson.

After leaving Mt. Wilson and descending the mountain road, it's back on the Angeles Crest Highway for a few more miles before your one hour Angeles Crest Bike Ride ends at a scenic overlook.


The first part of your 60 minute Hollywood Hills Virtual Bike Ride starts on Sunset Boulevard and immediately turns onto one of the many streets that leads into the Hollywood Hills. As the street winds uphill, you will pass the home of a famous Hollywood heiress - watch for the yellow ribbon on the gate. Much of the first section of your 60 minute virtual bike ride is spent ascending the narrow twisting streets with their lush palms and bouganvillea. One of the most interesting aspects of this cycling scenery video is the unique design of each and every residence you pass during your 60 minute Virtual Bike Ride. As you begin your descent down the hills, your speed increases to approximately 20 miles per hour.

Later in the video, it's twilight now and you're riding on the famous Mulholland Drive, located in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. It is named after pioneering Los Angeles civil engineer William Mulholland. The road is featured in innumerable movies, songs, and novels. You pass couples and families who have come to watch another beautiful California sunset.

It's even later now and you're riding on busy Highland Avenue headed towards the heart and soul of Hollywood. Your 60 minute virtual bike ride ends after a quick ride down sparkling Hollywood Boulevard.


The Natchez Trace Parkway Virtual Bike Ride Video begins at the northern entrance of the parkway just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. As you head southward, you note the trees as they begin to change to their Autumn colors. Crossing a long bridge, the trees beyond show strong coloration. The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile recreational road and scenic drive through three states. It roughly follows the "Old Natchez Trace" a historic travel corridor used by American Indians, "Kaintucks," European settlers, slave traders, soldiers, and future presidents. Native Americans, following the "traces" of bison and other game, further improved this "walking trail" for foot-borne commerce between major villages located in middle Mississippi and central Tennessee.

By the time of European exploration and settlement, the route had become well known and established as the fastest means of travel between the Cumberland Plateau, the Mississippi River, and the Gulf of Mexico settlements of Pensacola, Mobile, and New Orleans. Construction of the Natchez Trace Parkway began in 1939 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a public work relief program that operated from 1933 to 1942 in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men.

Further south, the parkway first parallels the shore of the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir for a while then swings away from the reservoir for a few miles and enters a lush green forest before giving the viewer tantalizing glimpses of the expansive lake. Next, the parkway follows the shore of the 33,000-acre lake for a number of miles. As we pass a sign noting the end of the Parkway, we pass over one last scenic bridge and we turn to view the southern entrance to the Natchez Trace Parkway.


Your one hour Blue Ridge Parkway Cycling Scenery Video begins in the Blue Ridge Mountains just outside the village of Linville, NC on scenic US 221. The road passes under a canopy of trees just beginning to display their autumn colors. US 221 winds its way through some beautiful mountain scenery and past rock outcroppings. As you approach another canopy of trees over the road, you catch a quick glimpse of the Blue Ridge Parkway as it passes over the Linn Cove Viaduct. Continuing northeasterly on US 221, you pass another impressive rock outcropping.

It's a beautiful day for cycling in the Blue Ridge Mountains! Blue skies abound on this October day and trees cling tenaciously to the neighboring rocks. The deep greens of the summer forest are transitioning into the rich colors of autumn. Proceeding onward, you pass between more spectacular rock formations. Next you come to one of the few straight stretches of roadway before encountering more curves. In terms of biodiversity, the only similar deciduous forest region in the world is found in central China.

The second half of your Cycling Scenery Video switches to the famous Blue Ridge Parkway which is within a day's drive of half the population of the United States and runs for 469 miles through 29 Virginia and North Carolina counties, linking Shenandoah National Park to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the United States. The Blue Ridge contains the highest mountains in eastern North America south of Baffin Island.

Your uphill climb is made easier by the white puffy clouds in the blue sky. The Blue Ridge Parkway is the perfect locale for cyclists even though the area has the highest annual US rainfall outside the Pacific Northwest. This section of the Parkway is filled with lush greenscapes and scenic vistas and passes over the historic Goshen Creek Bridge, which recently received a controversial new decking and bridge railing. A gentle upward climb lies ahead as the Parkway passes one of the numerous split rail fences, popular in very rocky areas where post hole digging is almost impossible. Your one hour Cycling Scenery Video ends at the appropriately named Grandview Overlook, milepost 281, with a spectular view of the Yadkin Valley.


The first part of your 60 minute Mt. Desert Island Virtual Bike Ride begins at the peak of Cadillac Mountain, in Acadia National Park. At an elevation of 1,530 feet, the mountain is the highest point on the eastern seaboard. On clear days like this one, the visibility from the top of the peak is 50-60 miles. As you begin your descent, a group of cyclists race by on their way down the mountain. You're traveling at 12 miles per hour, the cyclists who just passed you, much faster. This national park actually began 18,000 years ago as a glacial sheet of ice nearly a mile high. And in early May, when this virtual experience DVD was filmed, there was still some snow on the ground.

Your descent down Cadillac Mountain continues following the twisting park road. After 15 minutes of descent, you turn onto the 26 mile park loop road which offers the jogger or biker a mix of sun and shade and varied topography and vegetation. One minute you are deep in a forest the next, beside the blue ocean, then back again into the forest and under a stone arch before continuing on. Your 60 minute Bike Ride on Mt. Desert Island ends at Acadia National Park's carriage house.

Whether you use these Virtual Bike Rides to make the time spent exercising FUN, or use them as a way of "relaxing" after a hard workday, you'll delight in the amazing scenery and vitality captured in these DVDs and HD Downloads.

Customers tell us again and again, that these cycling scenery videos actually make the time spent exercising on their indoor, upright, or recumbent bikes "fly by!" They tell us they exercise longer and enjoy every minute! One of our Amazon customers recently posted this review, "These folks that make these DVDs do such a great job that I feel I am actually there! I can't wait to get the next DVD that they make. I am never disappointed."

Another customer wrote: "I just ordered your DVD on Mt. Desert Island, Maine. While I mainly got it because we are planning a trip in a few days to Mt. Desert Island and I wanted to see what it was like, I had the idea that I would use it to exercise on my elliptical as your reviews say it is great for that. I began watching it just for the sights and thought, well this will be silly to put on as I exercise although it was beautiful to watch. But just for the heck of it I put it on and got on the exercise machine and I was hooked. I felt like I was jogging down Cadillac Mountain and I really enjoyed it! Thank you so much for the fast shipping and the beautiful job you did. Thanks. Jan""

So if you love biking in beautiful locations like, Cornwall, Devon, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, or even the USA, you'll love these cycling scenery videos. So much history and beauty here, waiting for you to experience while you exercise!