VeloGuide Destinations

How VeloGuide Works

Riding with a VeloGuide makes cycling in unfamiliar places safer, easier and far more interesting. It is a terrific opportunity to connect with someone who is eager to share their favorite routes and local knowledge.

Becoming a VeloGuide opens up a world of opportunities.

Like most cyclists, you may have several extra bikes hanging up in the garage. Sign up as a VeloGuide - earn money by sharing your bikes and your time as a VeloGuide with fellow riders.

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VeloGuide pro

Robert - Cape Town VeloGuide

Student studying in Stellenbosch. Lived in Stellenbosch my whole life, know the trails here like the back of my hand. mainly ride MTB but do most my base on the road (know a few good routes). I'm 19 , energetic and always riding. contact me and I'll show you around.

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WOULDN'T IT BE COOL TO RIDE WITH A PRO?

VeloGuide makes it easy! Browse through our growing list of professional and Olympic athletes and retired pros — like VeloGuide co-founder George Hincapie — and book a ride with your favorite VeloGuide Pro today!

George Hincapie
Matthew Busche
Bobby Julich
Chloe Hosking
Ben Schmutte
Chris Butler
Megan Hottman
Nate King
Dillon Caldwell
Christian Vande Velde
Maelle Grossetete
Michelle DeGraff
Burke Swindlehurst
Freddy Ovett
Barbara Guarischi
Alister Ratcliff
Kta Ocampo
Mara Abbott
Phil Gaimon
Anna Barrero
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News

Experience LA - Ride with Paula

When you think of LA what do you think of? The glitz and glam of Hollywood, the surfer friendly beaches and the congestion of a big city. Little do you know that LA is now becoming a paradise for cyclists. It started as a way to beat the traffic and now a read more

Word on the street

“I was the first customer for VeloGuide and was impressed! Next business trip, book VeloGuide first and hotel next!”

Tom Valentine

“VeloGuide is about to spark a revolution with VeloGuide Pro. I just rode with my hero George Hincapie!”

Joel Goralski | Founder

“I was so impressed with the concept and the service that I asked to become an early investor in the company.”

Paul DeVries