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Four days on the shores of Lake Como taking in some incredible climbs and lakeside routes. Our hotel is on the famous Ghisallo climb with breathtaking views and a terrace overlooking the glamorous town of Bellagio. Riding in Lake Como is so glamorous, 2 of our rides include ferry crossings and one ride takes us into Switzerland. One of the highlights is visiting the Madonna del Ghisallo church - the patron saint of cyclists and a special place to spend some time. Beauty, religion, amazing coffee, passionate cyclists, incredible food - this trip has everything you could want from riding in Italy.
Four days riding with some of the best routes on the planet. Mont Ventoux is perhaps the most famous climb in cycling and the sight of some classic stages in the Tour de France. On this weekender you have the chance to ride the classic climb or go up all three sides in one day! There is a lot more to the region than just Ventoux and we will take in the stunning Luberon Valley and amazing Provence countryside over the four rides.
Accompanied by our expert English speaking local guides, we take in a wide variety of terrain over a long weekend. Our first ride goes around the famous mountain taking in the stunning Gorges de la Nesque. Day two is a ride into the Luberon Valley through pretty hilltop villages,
market towns and past picturesque vineyards. The big ride is day three. Choose between a ride to Bedoin and then ascend the classic side of Ventoux or ride all three sides and join the Club des Cinglés du Mont-Ventoux. On Sunday morning, we finish with a gentle 50km into the Provence countryside before heading home with a lifetime of memories.
One of the world's great climbs, the Stelvio is an absolute must ride for every serious cyclist. This stunning cycling region makes for a perfect cycling weekender with some classic climbs and great local routes. Over a long weekend, we take in the four best rides in the area taking in both sides of the Stelvio, the classic Gavia / Mortirolo loop and a ride into Switzerland over the beautiful Bernina Pass. We take all the hassle out of getting to Bormio with an easy airport transfer for you and your bike, maximise your riding time over a long weekend and enjoy four unforgettable guided rides.
Spring riding in Mallorca. It doesn't get better. Come for a long weekend or a week of training. Fill your days with long rides in the mountains preparing yourself for a big season or coffee rides and apres cycling by the beach. Mallorca has long been a favourite destination for riders around the world, with many riders coming back every year and still finding new routes to explore. Packed into the island is some stunning coastline rides, a mountain range with a lot of great climbing, quiet country lanes and some stunning traditional villages where the pace of life has hardly changed for years. You can find it all in Mallorca, accompanied by sunshine, great road surfaces, a warm and welcoming local culture and some amazing food.
Want to get the most out of a long weekend in Mallorca? Here it is: 4 nights, 4 rides taking in the best routes & climbs that the island has to offer, all in a small group led by expert, English speaking, local guides. Over the four rides you will take in the classic lighthouse ride to Cap Formentor, the climb of Sa Calobra, experience quiet lanes in the middle of the island and ride one of the best one day routes in world cycling - the coastal mountain ride from Andratx to Port de Pollensa.
Four days / three nights in the heart of cycling: Flanders. Flanders. We’ll visit historical places and let you ride 3 days with experienced local guides. We ride the cobbled sections and hills from the spring classic races in Flanders like Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, E3-Prijs Harelbeke and last but not least De Ronde Van Vlaanderen. Arriving after work on Thursday, we pack in a long weekend of incredible cycling of road cycling, a session on the track and a try at cyclocross. On the Friday we ride the classic climbs of Flanders - the Kwaremont, Koppenberg & Paterberg in the morning and then head to Ghent for a private session in the Eddy Merckx velodrome. On Saturday, we hit the legendary Muur & Bosberg in the morning before heading over to the Sven Nys centre for some cyclocross. On Sunday, we take a coffee spin before an optional visit to the Tour of Flanders museum before heading home.
The classic ride in the Pyrenees. A three night tour from Pau to Luchon taking in the classic climbs in the region including the Aubisque, Tourmalet, Aspin & Peyresourde. The hardest route in the Pyrenees each Tour de France is named the Circle of Death, but the original route was this one - from Pau over the four classic climbs finishing in Bagneres de Luchon. We split this beast of a stage over two days and throw in one optional extra climb at the end of each day - Luz Ardiden on day one and Superbagneres on day two. For anyone wanting to experience the best climbs in the Pyrenees in a short time, this is the trip for you.