What to expect – on our Grand Tours, Classics and Short Breaks
Whether you want a short break, a dream week over Europe's passes or the whole cycling theatre on our Grand Tours. You'll find that we have the right cycling holiday for you.
The Grand Tours are our speciality. The routes are a little more ambitious, and there are more cyclists overall and more cyclists per group. You'll be riding two abreast in the bunch, so you can get a good flowing group going. On our Grand Tours you will benefit from our full service, with a broom wagon, mechanics and all meals included.
The distances are of up to 160 km, with approx. 2000 to 2500 m of elevation gain. But there are also flat stages of up to 200 kms which are particularly good fun in the large group.
All current Grand Tours
So you'd like to ride some prestigious passes during your week's holiday, but you're also keen to find out some of the region's well-kept secrets? Our Classics whisk you off for a week to dream cycling destinations. They offer everything, from spring training camps to tours of the Alps. The atmosphere is friendly and lively, usually with 30 cyclists divided into our three groups. Experienced guides who know the area well are standard, as are comfortable hotels and transport for your luggage.
The routes are around 80 to 130 kms per day, with 2000 m to a maximum of 3000 m elevation gain. And we also adapt to the season, of course - spring trips are usually a bit more relaxed. On our relaxed trips, we deliberately keep the level a little less tough.
All our current Classics
Maximum cycling fun while using up minimal holiday time - that's our motto for our Short Breaks. Do you fancy getting away from it all for the weekend, meeting like-minded people and riding in a group? Or would you just like to get a taster of the Epic Climbs experience?
Usually at weekends, particularly bank holiday weekends, you can enjoy three or four days of cycling in interesting, accessible locations. With that unbeatable Epic Climbs touch, of course.
The routes are around 80 to 130 kms per day, with 2000 m to a maximum of 3000 m elevation gain. And we also adapt to the season, of course - spring trips are usually a bit more relaxed.
All our current Short Breaks