We'll start off at Closson Road Cycles, this will be base camp for the trip. Here we'll get the bikes and helmets ready then head west on Closson Road. The first wineries we will pass will be Lacey, Grange, Hinterland and Trail estates. We can try to stop at them all or we can select our favourites and head for them. I like to give my guests the option of selecting which wineries to stop at or I can set a schedule for the day of which ones to visit. Next we can continue west to Hillier where we can hit up wineries such at Traynor, Hillier, Harwood, Norman Hardie, Rosehall Run and Casa Dea. Next we can start heading east and head for the Millennium Trail. The millennium trail is an old railway line that has been converted to a great walking and biking trail. The trail is an easy ride as it is mostly flat, smooth surface and has gentle curves. If the group is feeling adventurous we could bike all the way to Bloomfield and check out the beautiful historic small town. Otherwise we can exit the millenium trail a bit earlier and head for Domaine Darius and Sugarbush Vineyards. Next we begin heading west again and head for Closson Road where we can visit Broken Stone, Gravel Hill and Closson Chase wineries. We may not get to visit all of these wineries mentioned as it depends on a lot of factors but as you can see there is no shortage of options!