Bicycle Tours in Europe and Latin America
Global Cycling With Local Character
There's no better way to take in a country than to be fully immersed in it - the way you can be on a bicycle. There's no wall between you and the life that's lived on each corner, in every village plaza and up on the very next hillside.
We started bicycling the world in 1972 with our first guided cycling tour in Italy. Today we are still a family run, small business with a passion for the open road. Authentic, experienced, and engaging are our watch words. As one of the oldest international bike tour companies around, we are in a unique position to offer high quality routes, guides and itineraries in multiple destinations. We invite you to browse our bicycle tours and destinations and join us on your next cycling vacation.
From the Reading Room Blog
The Hare With Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal
Edmund de Waal’s The Hare With Amber Eyes explores culture, history, geography, politics, war, art, relationships, and family. Universal themes made unique by the methods used to bind them all into one fascinating story: a collection of Japanese netsuke (tiny wood or ivory carvings) and de Waal’s family history. Part family memoir and part history...
Scrumptious Strawberry Scones
Spring is finally here in Colorado and we're proud to report so are juicy red strawberries! To celebrate, inspired by Chobani Greek Yogurt, I decided to try some scones out. This version is lower in fat because it uses half the butter that most scone recipes call for. The color of the light brown and slight...
ExperiencePlus! Bicycle Training Programs
ExperiencePlus! has free Bicycle Training Programs designed specifically for our cycling tours by Joe Friel, the author of ten books on training including the popular and best-selling “Training Bible” book series. He holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science, is a USA Triathlon and USA Cycling certified Elite-level coach so imminently qualified to prepare you...
A Taste of Aphrodisiac Diamonds on Tour
By ExperiencePlus! Tour Leader Pia de Richemont What did Marilyn Monroe, Mussolini and President Truman have in common? Fame? Certainly. Insomnia? Quite likely. But the three of them also shared a partiality for truffles (Latin name: tuber magnatum). For those of you who have never seen a truffle, imagine a muddy version of French actor Gérard Depardieu’s...