In March and April we generally have 5 different level rides each day; in May and October we have 2 or 3 while we only have 1 group in Jan/Feb.
How far do you usually cycle each day?
This depends on which group you choose to go with. The starter group usually does 20-30 miles per day, the touring group 50-60 miles per day (each with 1 or 2 cafe stops). All other groups typically do 70-100 miles per day with 1 cafe stop.
What make & spec are the hire bikes?
The majority of our bikes are MEKKs and Etapes with Shimano 105 group sets. Full details on our bike hire page.
Are airport transfers included in the cost of your trips?
Yes airport transfers are included provided that you use our contracted companies, and we provide you with information about where to meet your driver in advance of your trip. We will not reimburse you for taking a regular taxi.
Big thank you Stuart to you and your team for looking after us all the way and ensuring we all made it to the end. A journey I’ll never forget!
Giles, London-Milan 2015
I just wanted to say thank you again for the great trip I had training with you all in March 2015! On Sunday I raced at Ironman Wales and came first in my age group by over 2hrs which meant I qualified for the world championships next October! Look forward to coming out next year to train with you all for this.
Thank you very much for an amazing week in Mallorca. The cycling was brilliant, we felt challenged and your planning was excellent. Needless to say, we will be back next year.
Just a few words to say a big thank you for the 9 days, probably the best 9 days concurrent cycling I have ever done. The weather helped, the company certainly did, and the roads and routes were superb.
Just wanted to say this trip was a baptism of fire for me as I only took up the cycling thing in February, that said it was a fantastic holiday and I had brilliant time whilst learning many new things about group riding and hill climbing. I definitely have the bug, thank you for a great time, especially to Sam (catweazel) who made me feel welcome and gave me confidence.
It is usually warm, but it always pays to be prepared for the colder, wetter days. We try to avoid riding in the rain, but sometimes get caught out. Arm warmers, gilets and a rain jacket can be essential.