More about Cycling
Expand your pedalling parameters as you peruse our cycling holidays travel guide and discover routes that take you from Europe, to Asia, to South Africa, and beyond.
You don’t have to love Lycra to be a cyclist... but it helps. Having said that, cycling holiday types come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, terrains and tracks.
When working out where to go on a cycling holiday, remember to look off the beaten track to the likes of Kerala, Sweden and Cuba. Read our map of wheely wanderlust.
A safari in Tanzania? You got it. Cycle through ancient palaces of Sri Lanka? Yep. Pedal past Petra in Jordan? Oh, yes. Read more about our cycling holiday activities.
We’ve interviewed three top cyclists, including a Paralympian, a cyclist who covered six continents, and another who pedalled across all 50 US states. Read their tips.
The best family cycling holidays are ones where you travel in a small group, with bags transported for you from place to place, and nothing to worry about. Read more.
Find out how you can discover the Middle East, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean and Asia by bike. Our top 10 is all about exploring off the beaten track and making the most of each day – both on and off the bike.
You may have a few questions before you feel ready to book a cycling holiday. From fitness issues to wardrobe worries, our cycling holidays FAQs page has the answers.
Read pro cycling holiday tips from our experts, including what to pack, how much to train (or if to train), what type of holiday to choose, and the best time to go.
Our responsible cycling holidays are all about doing the right thing. And that doesn’t just mean getting a ticking off for throwing your drink carton in the hedge.
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