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Train like a pro in Girona
- Catalonia

Medieval Girona has quickly become the new cycling mecca of mainland Spain. Home to nearly 100 professional cyclists, it is a perfect gateway to the quiet roads of northeast Catalonia. Weave through the…

Guided Tour
Introduction to the Alps
- French Alps

Our Introduction to the Alps camp in La Clusaz is all about enjoying the best of the northern Alps and tackling iconic climbs like the Colombière, the Aravis, the Glières and the Croix-Fry. We base…

Guided Tour
Galloway Gravel - B&B only option
- Scotland

Dumfries & Galloway a left turn just beyond the Lake District, the place where Scotland begins as you head north. A landscape of world class gravel where you can relax as time slows. 300 square miles of…

Guided Tour
Ultimate Scottish Joyride with Sir Chris Hoy & Tom Kitchin
- Scotland

Join us for 3 days exploring the beauty of the Scottish Lowlands alongside one of the UK’s most decorated Olympians, Sir Chris Hoy, while two of Scotlands best chefs - Tom Kitchin and Alan Murchison…

Self-guided Tour
Cornish Road Cycling Weekend
- England

Cycling in Cornwall offers a rider an overwhelming sensory sensation - sandy beaches, sunny weather, a soft sea breeze in your face whilst you roll through the quiet country lanes flourishing with wild…

Self-guided Tour
Way of the Roses
- England

The Way of the Roses bike ride offers a different coast to coast challenge to the traditional route across the north pennines. Whilst the formula of taking you from the Atlantic to the North Sea coastlines…

Guided Tour
Lands End to John O'Groats
- England

A CLASSIC CHALLENGE ON ROADS LESS TRAVELLED The ‘End to End’ or LEJOG is one of the greatest cycling challenges of the British Isles and must surely be on most people’s bucket list. But is it about…

Self-guided Tour
Brecon Beacons
- Wales

The Brecon Beacons national park, located in South Wales offers everything from charming and lively market towns, to high peaks with incredible views of the Welsh countryside and Black Mountains. It is…

Self-guided Tour
Hadrians Cycleway
- England

Originally some 70 miles in length, and six metres high, Hadrian’s Wall is the most important Roman monument in Britain. It stretches from the Solway Firth to the mouth of the River Tyne, across the…