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Travel Information & Advice

Looking for somewhere to go for a week of spring training but want to ride in a group? Wanting to explore a new part of Europe but dont want to spend all of your time researching routes and asking people in a foreign language for directions when you get lost? Do you want someone to help get your bike running smoothly after packing it up in a bike box. Luckily, there is a growing number of hotels in Europe catering Continue Reading »

There aren’t many, probably under 10 in the world, but there are a few towns where the road bike is king and the town is centred around our wonderful sport. All of these towns share a few things in common – great facilities for cyclists, amazing routes from right out of town and great sportives to ride. Here are some of our favourite bike towns in Europe: Bagneres de Luchon Nestled in the heart of the Pyrennes, Bagneres de Luchon Continue Reading »

Each year we visit hundreds of bike friendly hotels across Europe to find you the best accommodation for your cycling holidays and sportive breaks. Our search is ongoing but here are our current favourite seven bike hotels in Europe (in no particular order): Garda Bike Hotel | Lake Garda, Italy If you’ve ever been to this great hotel, you will definitely agree on this choice. Garda Bike Hotel is run by two friendly brothers who personally ride with guests every Continue Reading »

We are counting down the most legendary climbs, the ones that all riders need to tackle once in their lives. Check out the others in the list; number 5 – Col du Tourmalet, number 4 – Alpe d’Huez, number 3 – Passo del Ghisallo & number 2 – Mont Ventoux What Makes the Stelvio so Special? Our favourite climb in a world full of great climbs. The Stelvio is a fascinating, beautiful and historic mountain with three different routes to the top, each with Continue Reading »