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You will ride eleven alpine passes including col du Galibier, col du Telegraphe, and col de I'Izoard. These mountains are regularly used in the Tour de France and will test your limits
Riding in the French Alps will test your abilities as a rider. Six days, 550kms riding the alpine passes the pros face every year offers a challenge like no other.
We use a support car carrying spare parts, drinking water, and food. Martin, will also be riding with you passing on coaching advice and knowledge. Martin is a professional cycle coach with years of experience. He ensures you will reach each stage of Geneva to Nice under your own steam. He and his team are on hand should a repair be needed. We want to keep you on the road as much as possible.
From airport transfers to moving your luggage from hotel to hotel, we have you covered on Geneva to Nice. We have good relationships with the hotels and some provide washing facilities for your kit. Every hotel provides secure bike storage. Our logistic mastery stretches to providing you with porridge in the morning.
Riding the "Route des Grandes Alpes" is an experience which immerses you in the spectacular awe inspiring beauty of the French Alps. It is hard to describe the feeling as you ride higher and higher into the mountains. It is simply something you have to do.
We ride together, we eat together, and camaraderie forms. Our guests tell us they make new long lasting friendships on our tours. If you are wondering if you can enjoy riding Geneva to Nice if you're travelling alone, the answer is yes.
Holiday Type : Road Cycling
Location : France - Alps
Accomodation : 7 hotesl/week
Arrival airport : Geneva
Departure airport : Nice
9th - 16th June 2018
From 1749 €/pps
We've made it our mission to make your experience of cycling in Mallorca one of the most incredible of your life
Every member of the cycle training team at SportActive is a passionate and accomplished cyclist in their own right, not to mention an expert in cycle training. Indeed, it was after taking part in numerous races across Europe, America and Australia that Flora and I eventually decided to set up SportActive in order to offer a new approach to training for cyclists. Having experienced the very best that cycling clubs had to offer, we wanted to make these experiences accessible to everybody, which eventually led us to found SportActive - a unique cycling break company, committed to help cyclists at all levels improve their skills and have fun doing so.