Europe is perhaps the most cycled continent on earth. From the legendary routes of the Tour de France to the bicycle friendly streets of Holland, cycling culture has advanced far beyond anywhere else. Wildflower and farmland lined country roads and jaw dropping alpine climbs are the standard here.

  1. Italian Lakes District

    Traverse the Alps along the Swiss/Italian border to Lakes Maggiore, Lugano and Como.

  2. Loire Valley, France

    Pass chateaus and castles in the French countryside.

  3. Basque Country

    Mountains and ocean views en route from Blbao to Biarritz.

  4. Minho Valley, Portugal

    You’ll see more vineyards than tourists in this little known valley.

  5. Tuscany, Italy

    Peddle through fields of sunflowers before breaking at rustic cafes for Zuppa Toscana and Chianti.

  6. Amsterdam and the Netherlands

    Cycles outnumber cars, the land is flat, and the people are friendly.

  7. Czech Republic

    Start in Prague and wind your way through 15th century hill towns.

  8. Spanish and French Pyrenees

    Tour de France territory and steep Spanish climbs.

  9. Provence, France

    Bike from scenic country town to scenic country town, stopping only for food and wine.

  10. Hardanger Mountains, Norway

    Follow the Oslo-Bergen railway across Norway’s most spectacular hills.