Ever dreamed of riding Alpe d'Huez, Mont Ventoux or the Col du Galibier? Join us to tackle some of the best and most challenging bike routes around. Whether you're putting in base miles for your upcoming season, training for your next century or are just looking for a challenging and scenic cycling vacation, our bike tours
are a good match for you. And just because you want to ride like a pro, doesn't mean you have to be one to enjoy our trips. All routes are accompanied with a support vehicle.
Here's an example of our Day 3, Provence Trip: "This morning's ride will start by heading north of Bedoin, where you will have your first glimpse of perhaps the most popular route up Mont Ventoux. We will head along its base and over the adjacent Col de Madeleine before descending into the town of Malaucene. We head home by way of three villages known for their famous Provence wine appellations: Seguret, Gigondas, and Vacqueyras."
Age range, type of group
The trip is best suited to avid cyclists who enjoy riding frequently. Our guests enjoy new challenges and adventures.
Even so, all of our trips are supported by both a van and a trip leader on bicycle, so assistance is always nearby. If you're done for the day, simply get in the support vehicle.
Sleeping and meals
Lodging: Our trips stay in small inns with a unique local quality. Meals: All breakfasts and many lunches and dinners are included.
Our trips range from $2,790 to $3,490 per person, depending on actual departure. Please see our website for more info regarding specific trips.
-All breakfasts, most lunches and dinners
-Wine or beer with our group dinners
-Transfer to/from train station at trip start/end
-GPS bike units for each guest to use during trip
- In Situ Bike Jersey
-Accompanied route support every day with van support
-Snacks (energy bars, fruit, etc.) and drinks (hydration mixes, water, etc.) provided every day
-Experienced tour leader(s)
-Secure bike storage
WAYS TO SAVE ON YOUR bike tour
In Situ is proud to offer some of the best bike tour savings in the industry. Take a look and you'll realize that we offer you greater savings sooner. We'll even offer you a way to save before your very first trip with us. Now that's exciting!
Here are a few great ways to save on your next bike tours with us:
* Become A Subscriber
Just by being a current subscriber to our email newsletter you
are automatically entitled to a 5% savings on your next bike tour! That's easy! To subscribe to our newsletter, simply fill out the sign up form you're all set! (be sure to confirm your subscription with the link embedded in the email you'll receive right after you sign up).
* Come Back And See Us!
We love it when guests come back and join us on another bike tour. So we'd like to say thank you. Quite simply: After your first tour with us, as a repeat guest you'll†get 10% off all subsequent tours. Find out more about our repeat guest savings.
*Refer A Friend!
Got a cycling friend? Refer him or her and you'll receive a $100 trip credit, once they've completed their bike tour with us. For more details, please follow this link to refer a friend.
*Got Some Friends You'd Like to Travel With? How About A FREE Trip!?!
Got a group of friends that would like to join you on a bike tour? Get 7 friends to join you on the same bike tour as you and we'll send you on that†bike tour for FREE! Please see our group savings page for the full details, limitations and exclusions.
Offer Restrictions and Limitations
Most of the above offers are independent of one another and may not be combined with each other or with other offers. Only the Refer A Friend and the Come Back And See Us Offer may be combined. The above offers have no actual cash value and are not transferable between guests. Offers may not be applied to Private and Custom Bike Tours. All standard terms and conditions still apply.
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A Passion For Cycling and an Authentic Experience.
A Message From In Situ Travel‚Äôs Founder: Jace Gifford
In Situ Travel was born out of a passion for two things: Cycling and European Culture. After having worked for years with one of the largest active travel companies in the world, I realized that there was a need in the cycling tour business for the avid cyclist. Too often I would hear clients ask to ride longer or harder miles than what was on the standard itinerary. I also knew that if I was in their position, I‚Äôd prefer to get in a good ride early in the day, then have the rest of the day to explore at my leisure.
What people might not realize about many of the other cycling tour companies, is that they are more about sightseeing by bike than actually riding. One may ride a total of 50 miles during the day, but that ride will include sightseeing stops along the way (e.g. wine tastings, museum visits, shopping, etc.). To be sure, sightseeing from the bike saddle is preferable to traveling by car or motor-coach, but for the cyclist who enjoys the physical challenge of the ride, stopping for extended periods every 10 to 15 miles isn‚Äôt ideal.
Riding your bike and traveling in Europe is a unique and rewarding experience. Time should be taken to soak up the rich, cultural aspects each region has to offer. That is why we ensure that there will be plenty of time, off the bike, for you to explore. From my experience, that leisurely espresso at a local caf√© is so much more enjoyable when I know that I don‚Äôt have to get back on the bike immediately to complete my ride for the day.
I encourage you to take a look at our bike trips and we hope that you can join us on a future tour.
|French Alps Bike Tour||$2,840||per person, double occupancy|
|Provence France Bike Tour||$2,790||per person, double occupancy|
|French Pyrenees Bike Tour||$2,850||per person, double occupancy|
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