Here at Saddle Skedaddle, we offer a fantastic guided road cycling holiday in Colombia.
Road cycling is Colombia's national sport and during the course of our tour we will encounter local riders out training on the roads on a daily basis. The country has produced many fine riders. Obviously we'll be taking things considerably gentler than the pros on this road cycling holiday in Colombia but we will get a taste of the magnificent Andean mountain roads which make those guys so strong.
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30 Jan to 11 Feb. - Wake up and smell the coffee! With our early Jan 2016 tour now full we've an extra Colombia road cycling date that is already filling up fast!
This road cycling holiday in Colombia takes you to a nation that has been consistently voted one of the 'happiest places on Earth.' Now we're not entirely sure what criteria is used to determine how happy a country is but at Skedaddle we do know precisely what makes a cyclist happy.
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