All-Inclusive European Cycling Trip | Amazing Fully Guided Rides | Authentic Tuscan Food and Wine | $2595

Tuscany is a cyclists’ fairyland. Every road appears to have been paved in the last year. You’re never riding in a straight line. The climbs are short, some steep, and descents are always long. Should you choose to look away from the road, the scenery grabs you at every corner. It will be green and gorgeous, with a castle here and a vineyard there.

Riding towards Pienza from The Cycling House Tuscany.

At every intersection signage points your way and the cars are few and far between and always courteous. Should you need a little something to keep you going a café is never far away and they NEVER make bad espresso in Tuscany. Check out our 2012 Tuscany camp pictures here.

Perfect pavement in all directions in the Val d’Orcia

Tuscany is known for its beautiful landscapes, fantastic weather, and rich history- regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance… and Mario Cipollini.

Brendan Halpin and our Italian Guide, Andrea leading our group through the Chianti region of Tuscany.

The village and surrounding area are within the Val d’Orcia, designated a UNESCO World Heritage landscape. The area is characterized by gentle, carefully cultivated hills occasionally broken by gullies and by picturesque towns and villages. Click here to view our Tuscany Camp Brochure.

Side Street in Montisi


Antipasti the right way in Tuscany

Siena is the prime example of medieval architecture. It has ample shopping, fantastic dining and nightlife opportunities. It is also the site of a twice daily horse race that is held in the center square. Siena has several museums, a cooking school that offers single and mutliple-day lessons, and numerous wine courses and tastings.

Beautiful Siena with Campo Square in the Center

Pienza, which is roughly 10 miles away, is regarded as the “ideal Tuscan town” and was the result of the first application of modern urban planning concepts. Pienza has long been an example of Renaissance ideas successfully put to motion.

See pictures from The Cycling House Tuscany 2012 Camp here.


September 17-23, 2015

  • All-Inclusive European Cycling Camp
  • All Meals, Authentic Tuscan Cuisine
  • Accommodations at 2 different B&B’s
  • Tuscan cuisine
  • Fully Guided & Supported Rides
  • $2595 Double occ. (+$500 single occ.)

What’s Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Bike Rentals

Contact us for more details!