Bicycling in Palisade’s wine and orchard country is a fun time! Plus the warm, dry weather is biking-friendly. Stop by Aloha for a refreshing peach or organic juice break, and enjoy the views. For your convenience we offer bike racks, public restrooms, and shady outdoor seating.
Palisade naturally lends itself to touring on a bicycle or mountain biking:
Palisade Fruit & Wine Byway – the best and most well-known road biking route in the Palisade area. This jewel has 3 routes that vary in length from 5 to 25 miles, some taking you along the Colorado River while others afford you scenic views of the entire valley while you ride through the vineyard and orchard country surrounding Palisade. Aloha is located on the Fruit & Wine Byway at mile marker 17. Click the link for a map, or pick one up at our farm market or the Palisade Chamber of Commerce.
Palisade Bike Festival – (June) features mountain bike races and scenic road bike cruises. Choose from 3 tours on the Fruit & Wine Byway from 5 to 25 miles. Grand Mesa Grind Mountain Bike Race features excitement and challenging terrain!