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Welsh Rugby Hero

Dick Thomas was capped four times for Wales a century ago before losing his life on the Somme.

Read More » Posted on 09 Mar 2013

Up for a Cycling Challenge?

How about riding the length of France this summer, for charity or for yourself? It's a remarkable acheivement and one you'll remember for a long long time.

Read More » Posted on 07 Mar 2013

Beautiful Normandy

An unspoilt region with plenty of history and stunning countryside - ideal for a French cycling holiday.

Read More » Posted on 06 Mar 2013

Glorious weather on the continent

Spring is in the air as we continue our reconnaissance trips in France...

Read More » Posted on 05 Mar 2013

Group Cycling Holidays in France

If you are part of a cycling club looking for a trip away this year, do give us a call, we offer discounts and advice a plenty! 

Read More » Posted on 27 Feb 2013

French Cycling Holiday Discount

Book today and SAVE 10% on our French Cycling Tour prices - this offer ends tomorrow!  

Read More » Posted on 27 Feb 2013

Our Cheesiest French Cycling Tour?

Our Normandy Heritage Tour might be our cheesiest cycling holiday, passing through Camembert and visiting the Pont l‘Eveque and Livarot factory for a sample!

Read More » Posted on 26 Feb 2013

Win a signed copy of Good Vibrations by Andrew P. Sykes @cyclingeurope

Andrew Sykes was a self-confessed sports spectator rather than participator until the Beijing Olympics caught his attention in the summer holidays of 2008. He resolved to remedy matters by cycling across Europe from his home in Reading following the ‘Via Francigena’, an ancient route to Rome, which he then extended to some friends’ house in Brindisi in the south of Italy.

Read More » Posted on 26 Feb 2013

Transporting your Bike for a Cycling Holiday

What's the best way to transport your bike when embarking on a French cycling holiday?

Read More » Posted on 22 Feb 2013

Cycle from the Loire Source to the Sea

An epic journey from the source in the mountains cycling Massif Central all the way to where the Loire runs to the sea at Saint Nazaire.

Read More » Posted on 21 Feb 2013