Below you can find a map of some of the places we’ve visited over the last years. We know our way around all of the Alps so if you can’t find the destination you’re looking for we can create a bespoke tour for you. Outside of the Alps we’ve also organized trips to Girona, Siena (the fabulous Strade Bianche) and the Pyrenees (8-day TransPyrenees trip from Girona to Pau). We hope this list has given you a bit of inspiration so get in touch and let us know how we can help you organize your trip.


Our adopted hometown is the base for our week long stays featuring rides to beautiful climbs like the Cormet de Roselend, Col du Petit Saint-Bernard, Col de l’Iséran and Col de la Loze. It’s also the base for our ‘Discover Alpine Graveling’ trip that features 4 to 5 brilliant and not to difficult gravel rides starting and ending in Bourg Saint Maurice.


Nicknamed ‘the Venice of the Alps’, Annecy is a beautiful town that is the starting point for a few of our trips. In 2022 we did a 5 day trip from Annecy to Alpe d’Huez and back. In 2023 Annecy was start- and end point for a 3-day initiation to riding a road bike in the Alps. But our personal favorite is a 4-day bikepacking gravel trip that takes us deep into the massifs of the Aravis and the Beaufortain.


End point of the famous Route des Grandes Alps that takes in all famous Alpine climbs like Col du Galibier and Col de l’Izoard. We’ve ridden this route from Geneva and from Bourg Saint Maurice.


Start an end point for the Transalp Torino, a terrific 6-day trip through the French and Italian Alps, featuring the Col de la Loze, Col de la Madeleine and a host of lesser known gems. This trip culminates on the most beautiful pass of the Alps, the Colle del Nivolet.


When it comes to spectacular views, there’s no place like the Dolomites. Starting from hotels in Corvara, La Villa or San Cassiano we’ve organized numerous trips in this region taking in the most breathtaking climbs like Passo di Pordoi, Passo di Giau and the notorious Tre Cime di Lavaredo.


Slovenia not only has great cyclists, it’s also a great place to ride your bike. As yet untouched by mass tourism, it features some brilliant climbing like Vrsic pass, Bohec pass and the unique Mangart pass.


If you want to discover a different side to the Dolomites, we’ve got just the itinerary for you. An adaptable 6 or 7 day trip that still features all the classics but adds in lesser known gems like the Passo Manghen, the Passo Pampeago and the unforgettable Monte Grappa.


Start and finish of our Transalp through the northern Alps, featuring all the best climbs of the region like Col de Joux-Plane, Col de la Colombière and Cormet de Roselend. With obviously a few lesser known beautiful climbs thrown in like de Col de l’Arpettaz and the Signal de Bisanne.


One of the absolute hotspots for Alpine cycling with numerous fabulous passes in close vicinity of each other. Furkapass, Nufenenpass and St Gotthardpass to name but a few. Most of our trips here also feature a 1 day excursion to Grindelwald where we take on one of the most beautiful climbs of them all, the Grosse Scheidegg.


Unmissable on any Alpine bucketlist, the mythical Passo dello Stelvio is the highlight of this trip. Add to that the Passo di Gavia, the steep Passo del Mortirolo and the scenic climb to the Lago di Cancano and you’ve got all the ingredients for an unforgettable trip.