I’ve spent the past weeks researching our Europe trips, and while I’m still loving the Montana summer, I’ve been dreaming of Europe 2015. These trips are already starting to fill, so if amazing espresso, fine wines, and epic riding are on your to-do list for 2015, perhaps you should consider a trip to Spain, Italy or France.
From its strong cycling culture to its delicious and fresh seafood, Mallorca is the perfect fit for any cyclist looking for a sunny Mediterranean cycling vacation. From classic climbs such as Sa Calobra and Coll de Soller to visits to the historic and picturesque villages Soller and Deia, Mallorca is a cyclist’s dream come true.
Cyclists require just a few things to make them happy: quite roads, long descents, and good espresso. Tuscany has all of these items, plus incredibly beautiful scenery, making it an ideal cycling destination. Known for its fantastic weather and rich history, there is another reason to visit Italy; the wine. Join The Cycling House, Euro Style, as we take in everything Tuscany has to offer.
Provence is a dream come true for cyclists. The beautiful southeast region of France is known for waving fields of lavender, winding roads through medieval villages, and, of course, some of the most storied portions of Le Tour de France. We’ll create unforgettable memories as we ride through the olive and wine country north of Nyons, enjoy the incredible cycling history and culture, and conquer the “Giant of Provence;” Mont Ventoux.
There’s no doubt about it: the town of Annecy, in the heart of the French Northern Alps, was bestowed more than her fair share of natural beauty. Jagged, snow capped mountains rise above an almost unbelievably turquoise Lake Annecy, and the Old Town, complete with a medieval castle makes the entire scene daydream-worthy. And that’s without mentioning the incredible cycling! Our routes in the Alps will feature stunning views, challenging climbing, and we’ll have the honor of following in the footsteps of the greats; Hoban, Merckx, and Schleck to name just a few.
Spend your winter training for and dreaming about a summer of riding in Europe. Give us a call or send us an email to sign up for one of our tours. 406-219-1318, or firstname.lastname@example.org