Good Bike Co. LLC offers exclusive private Agritourism Bicycle Tours. You will have the option to explore dairy farms, organic vegetable gardens, a lavender labyrinth, or explore over 2,000 private acres with an afternoon wine and cheese tasting.
Prineville Farm to Table Tour
Available throughout Summer/Fall 2017
Duration: 1 day / 2 nights
Distance: 17.8 miles
Accommodations: Crooked River Inn
Number of People: 2
Cost: $500 per person
Details: Enjoy a peaceful weekend getaway in a fully remodeled Centennial Farmhouse in the heart of Prineville. After breakfast at the Inn on Saturday you will walk to Good Bike Co. to be fitted for your bicycle. Our guided tour will lead you first to Cada Dia Cheese, our local dairy farm where you will receive a tour and cheese tasting, wine from Faith, Hope, and Charity Vineyards will be provided. You will then ride to Dancing Cow Farm, a diverse and self sustaining farm specializing in lamb, eggs, chickens, and beef where you will enjoy a delicious farm to table dinner for two. A shuttle will then return you to the Crooked River Inn for a second peaceful night.
Call or email Good Bike Co. to schedule your tour on the dates that work best for you!
There are two scheduled events per month. Those dates don't work for you? Call or email Good Bike Co. to schedule your private tour on the dates that work best for you.
Stay tuned for 2017 dates!
1. Windy Acres
Windy Acres Dairy Farm, a herd share grade A dairy, totally a hands on experience. Learn the daily routine of a dairy farmer. Sample sheep and cow products as you walk the farm and get the sense of being an actual farm hand.
2. Prineville Lavender
Prineville Lavender welcomes you to stroll through the Lavender Labrynth and other gardens on our quaint farm. We offer Prineville Lavender essential oil, hand made lavender sachets, refreshing floral water spritzers, dried lavender bud and other gifts are available at our farmstand allowing you the opportunity to take a bit of the high desert home with you.
4. Wine Down Ranch
With 2,100 acres nestled against the Ochoco National Forest, Wine Down Ranch is a family owned working guest ranch. Scenic Meadows, managed forest lands and rock vistas make up this beautiful landscape. Come join us for a relaxing day in the swaying Ponderosa forest, hike to unique vistas, or just relax and let time slow down for a bit.
5. Dancing Cow Farm
For more than a decade Dancing Cow Farm has used organic, holistic, biodynamic and permaculture methods with the goal of becoming sustainable as a small food production farm that can feed a community. The farm raises heritage breeds that are listed on the American Livestock Breed Conservancy list of cattle, sheep, swine, poultry, and our vegetable, herb and flower seeds are mostly heritage or personally saved. Here you’ll also find a root cellar, alternative farming practices and buildings that work, as well as Top Bar Honey Bee Hives, Lavender Guinea Fowl, Peacocks, Icelandic Horses, the rescue rabbit, Bucky, Australian Kelpie Working Dogs and farmhouse cats.
6. Cada Dia Cheese
Welcome to Cada Dia Cheese. Our family began making cheese on our small dairy farm in New Mexico. In 2009, we relocated to Prineville, Oregon. With a small number of cows and four family members, our cheese operation is completely contained on the farm. We milk the cows, make the cheese and age it -- all in one place. Our method of making cheese is called "seasonal". We milk our herd of Jerseys once a day for 8 months of the year. Our cheese making season begins in April, when the cows give birth, and it ends in November, when the cows' milk production slows naturally. Our twenty cows graze 60 acres of irrigated pasture