"I like your website and have developed great respect for your organizational abilities. It's amazing to me how much has to be thought through."
- Clive Doucet
"Before signing up for OK Tour last year (2010), I had some concerns about how difficult it might be and whether or not I could handle the distance and the hills. It turned out to be almost as difficult as I had expected. The days were long and some of the hills were pretty tough. But the camaraderie and the assistance of the other riders and organisers made the trip far more enjoyable than I expected. Everyone was positive and helpful. The other riders and the sag wagon driver helped make sure we didn't get lost. The hotels were comfortable. The hospitality suite was a joy to hang out in after arrival. There was plentiful supplies to clean up your bike at the end of each day. The restaurants were close or in the hotels, important when you have tired legs. Overall, it was a well organised and planned trip. As a rider all you need to do is show up and ride. Everything else is taken care of. That's what I wanted in a bike tour. That's what you'll get if you ride the next OK Tour."
- A. G.
"My first OK-Tour was in 2006, since then I have been doing the tour twice a year. I enjoy renewing the friendships of those who I have met on previous tours who keep on returning attests to how well the tour is organized. The Hospitality Suite, where riders meet at the end of each ride to talk about their daily riding experience while indulging in food and drink. The comfortable accommodations, restaurants and shopping, excellent support from SAG van driver and the other riders, with the daily distances, hills and various weather conditions make this adventure a positive and enjoyable experience. The return bus trip to Ottawa is a wonderful way to end this journey, people are entertained with current movies and stopping for lunch and shopping at the Louis Garneau Outlet in Newport Vt. For those who like a bit of a challenge I highly recommend the OK-Tour."
- M. D.
"It was such a pleasure to have the accommodation booked and the arrangements made for us. We could relax and enjoy the scenery as we rode along in the bike-friendly Netherlands, and Denmark the following summer, thanks to Manny's bike tours. We made friends, took beautiful photos and learned so much about the countries. Manny really cares about everyone, and it's like a group of friends on an adventure."
- L. R.
"You know me, I'm not small and I'm no climber! But I love time on the bike, especially when there is good company! 90 percent of accomplishment is the decision to succeed! I'm looking forward to the cruise to Cornwall. Crossing into the US with 60 Canadians and me (American) is beyond amusing. Jamestown, NY. I'm looking forward to the wind farm, a bad coffee on the Vermont ferry, or maybe the good bagel at the gas station right after. I'm looking forward to the awesome cruise as we go past the lake causeway on the way to Bearclaw. Remember our first Tour, when we thought we were lost and you, Scott an I were trying to ford the goats in the road? A massage by Beecher in Morrisville, VT. The climbs and the rollers the third day. That perfect glade that is in bloom at the crest. The impossible local store on the side of the road. The decent from Crawford's notch. Conway, NH... Another freezing pool to stand in with a cold beer to calm the legs. Right outside of town, I'm at loss after four years to explain why it rains under the trees. Can you? The state-line sign to Maine. How civilization suddenly ends in forest. The 40 final downhill miles to Kennebunkport. Clams at the Clam Shack. Beers at the brewpub. Saying goodbye to 4 days without care. How can't anyone do this?"