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Jasper to Banff bike tour

4 Days Moderate 300 KmAVG 75 Km
Want to do a supported bike ride in the Canadian Rockies with your friends but the logistics of it all getting you down? Mountain Madness Tours has the solution for you and your friends. Simply find a few friends who would like a challenge, some amazing scenery and a bit of fresh air and ...
Updated by CTG on 16 Aug 2017

Carnival

33 Days Moderate 2800 KmAVG 103 Km
Carnival in Rio is one of those iconic world events that everyone should experience once in their lifetime – a whirlwind of colours, sounds and tastes. We asked ourselves what the best way to get there would be? Of course, the answer was obvious – on a bicycle. Join us for an incredible month ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 2 Sep 2017

The Way of St. James - The Coast path

7 Days Moderate 243 KmAVG 40 Km
Santiago de Compostela, in the Northwest of Spain, province of Corunha, is internationally known as one of the destinations of Christian pilgrimage. The typical markets are an excellent location to explore delicious Galician products and traditional arts. During our bicycle tour you will ...
Updated by Fold N' Visit on 18 Sep 2017

Dordogne Valley

9 Days Easy-Moderate
Cycle-the-Dordogne’s self-guided tours are a voyage of discovery. You are in control. You travel at your own pace. You know also that we are always there in the locality to support you. All our tours are in the south-west of France in the Dordogne and Lot. Both areas are captivating - and ...
Updated by Cycle The Dordogne on 9 Oct 2017

Saronic Greek Islands

8 Days Moderate 347 KmAVG 43 Km
The Argo Saronic region lies in the southeastern “finger” of the Peloponnese Peninsula. On this loop tour you encounter islands, World Heritage antiquities, healthy Mediterranean food and rural cycling roads. You immerse yourself in slow-moving Greece where most of the route is on back roads ...
Updated by Cycle Greece on 15 May 2017

Cycling among Flowers – bike&bateau

5 Days Easy 71 MLS
A bike tour among tulip fields in full bloom in Holland in a landscape of multicolor plains. We will plunge in a sea of tulips, irises and hyacinths, visit the Keukenhof, the largest spring flower park in the world, and finally we will learn all the secrets that lie behind a bulb visiting the ...
Updated by Yubike on 2 Aug 2017

Captivating Crete

8 Days Moderate-Advanced 368 KmAVG 46 Km
Minoans ruins are the focal point of the Captivating Crete tour. For 8 days we combine truly joyous rural cycling with exploration of a new Minoan site practically every day. As the first civilization on European soil, the Minoans left exceptional frescos, red ochre palace columns and ...
Updated by Cycle Greece on 12 Jul 2017

Mongol Empire

22 Days Moderate-Advanced 2015 KmAVG 100 Km
Leaving Ulan Bator and its urban comforts, the riders will now head west and will quickly find themselves off the pavement and into the northern wilds of the country. This is the Mongolia many people imagine; vast rolling steppes, coated in green, dotted with traditional yurts surrounded by ...
Updated by TDA Global Cycling on 24 Aug 2017

Crete: the Minoan Empire Tour

8 Days Moderate-Advanced 453 KmAVG 56 Km
With its breathtaking mountains and seascapes, Crete is a dynamic destination for cyclists accustomed to ascents. As Europe’s most southern terrain, Crete makes a desirable cycling destination during winter months when colder temperatures prevail in the rest of Europe. Crete was the first ...
Updated by Cycle Greece on 16 May 2017

Future Classic Cols Tour

8 Days Advanced / Challenging 700 KmAVG 116 Km
You've probably already conquered many of cycling's iconic climbs and are looking for some new challenges. We've sought out 17 hidden gems: a refined selection of lesser known cols destined to become the classics of the future. To be honest we hope they don't because we want to keep them just as ...
Updated by Forever Cycle Tours on 5 Apr 2017