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Leisure Cycling Holidays in Umbria

Posted on March 10, 2015 by

Umbria forms the heart of Italy, and it’s certainly the Italy of many people’s imaginations. Rolling countryside, dotted with cypress trees, where every other hill seems to be crowned with an achingly beautiful settlement.

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Customer Reviews 2014

Posted on February 18, 2015 by

The scores from our 2014 customer feedback forms are in and we are rather pleased with the results. 94% rated their cycling holiday as ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’ and 98% would travel with us again.

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Cycling Keeps You Young

Posted on January 6, 2015 by

“A study of fit amateur cyclists aged 55 to 79 has found many are physically and biologically much younger than most people of the same age.”

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Guided or self-guided cycle tours?

Posted on March 23, 2014 by

Guided or self-guided cycle tours: which route to take? One of the main considerations when choosing a cycling holiday is whether to book a guided cycling tour or to opt for a self-guided option instead.

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Cycling in Holland

Posted on March 5, 2014 by

Cycling in Holland makes for a fantastic holiday experience. There are so many plus sides and if you haven’t considered a cycling trip to the Netherlands before we really can’t recommend it enough.

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Leisure Cycling Holidays In Holland

Posted on February 4, 2014 by
Unless you have been living a hermitic existence recently you may have noticed that cycling has become a rather uber-cool pastime in the UK. Once the preserve of children the village vicar and that rather eccentric woman from number 23, everyone is now re-discovering... Read more

Cycle the Camino de Santiago

Posted on December 16, 2013 by
The Camino de Santiago or way of St. James is one of the oldest and most popular pilgrimage routes in Europe. Since medieval times pilgrims have set out on long treks across Europe to the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Northern Spain where... Read more

Cycling Holidays in Croatia

Posted on December 12, 2013 by
Flexitreks Cycling holidays in Croatia are a great way to explore the enchanting islands and glorious coastline of this wonderful country. Almost 10% of Croatia enjoys protected status within National Parks and flying over the country it’s easy to see why. The coastline is... Read more

Cycling Holidays For Beginners

Posted on November 29, 2013 by
If you are considering your first cycling holiday, then we have some amazing cycling holidays for beginners! You really don’t have to be an athlete or an expert cyclist – our easy cycling holidays in Europe are all pretty flat, perhaps a few small... Read more

5 Steps to the Perfect Cycle Holiday

Posted on November 13, 2013 by
So you like the idea of a cycling holiday and now it’s just a simple matter of finding the one that appeals the most right? Well yes but because of the bewildering choice of cycle tours available it will help to have a clear... Read more


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Our easy cycling holidays offer short daily rides on mostly level terrain. A typical day’s ride will take 2 – 3 hours at a leisurely pace and the remainder of the day will be free for you to explore further or simply relax. These rides are particularly recommended for newcomers to cycling holidays and for families.

Our leisurely cycle holidays will suit those who are reasonably fit through regular exercise of one kind or another – not necessarily cycling. On the whole, the terrain will be level but there may also be a few small hills to contend with along the way too. Daily rides will typically take around 3 – 4 hours to complete.

Our moderate cycle holidays are for regular cyclists, who are used to longer rides with regular climbs. A good level of fitness is needed and you can expect to be in the saddle for between 4 and 5 hours each day.

These holidays are for seasoned cyclists who cycle long distances regularly and who enjoy the thrill of long days in the saddle. There will undoubtedly be some challenging climbs along the way and you can expect to cover between 55 and 75 miles each day.

Simple 2 star hotels, pensions inns and B&Bs. All rooms feature en-suite facilities.

Typically a mix of good quality 2 & 3 star hotels and in some cases all 3 star hotels. All rooms feature en-suite facilities.
Tours that have a mix of 2, 3 and 4 star hotels are also included here. All rooms feature en-suite facilities.

A mix of 3 and 4 star hotels & or in some cases excellent 3 star hotels.

High standard properties offering well-appointed guest rooms and good facilities. All rooms feature en-suite facilities.

Basic: Cabins with bunk beds and shared facilities.

Simple: Cabins with bunk beds and en-suite facilities

Comfort: Twin bedded cabins and en-suite facilities.

Superior: Well appointed en-suite, twin cabins.

Deluxe: Very high levels of comfort & service. All cabins are en-suite.

theme-icon-familyFamily: Cycling holidays that are suitable for families.

theme-icon-riversRivers & Lakes: Cycling holidays alongside rivers and/or lakes.

theme-icon-coastalCoastal: Cycling holidays that follow a coastline.

theme-icon-wineWine Lovers: Cycling holidays through well known wine regions.

theme-icon-gastroGastronomic: Cycling holidays through regions renowned for their cuisine.

theme-icon-ebikeE-bikes: Cycling holidays where e-bikes are available as well as regular bikes.