Road Cycling Holidays in September
As the crowds start to depart in September and the high summer temperatures subside, it leaves you with the perfect conditions for exploring your favourite destinations.
Whether you’re planning to become a King or a Queen of the Mountains and conquer some iconic climbs in The French Alps or maybe are looking for some coastal road cycling in Italy, we have a great variety of trips you can choose from!
Found 5 holidays
A coastal road cycling holiday winding down the Italian island of Sardinia. Famed as Italy's most exotic island, it is blessed with a fantastic network of well surfaced and car free roads and you'll be assured of some great cycling. The island has a stunning coastline which we will explore throughout this cycling tour. Start... .. Read More
This tour is one of our most popular road cycling holidays in Spain and it's easy to see why! It is a challenging ride for sure but we do get to explore Andalucia, Spain's most diverse and culturally exotic region. Moorish architecture, flamenco clubs, tapas bars and golden beaches have been seducing travellers for many years an... .. Read More
An easy paced road cycling holiday in Italy that explores one of the country's premier cycling locations. Tuscany - the word itself is evocative, conjuring images of classic Italian landscapes, rolling hills, cypress trees and medieval hilltop towns. The region also offers superb cycling and is an international training grou... .. Read More
The French Alps hold a special place in the hearts of most cyclists and for years our alpine tours have been amongst our most popular French road cycling holidays. This adventure combines a whole host of old favourites, including a pairing of two of the most iconic climbs in the sport of road cycling, along with a number of new ... .. Read More
This incredible route takes us on a journey of spectacular gorges, beautiful forested National Parks, through the home of Roquefort cheese and onto the amazing fortified town of Carcassonne. This place to place ride starts at the bottom of the Gorges d'Ardèche and heads into the heart of the predominantly pine forested ... .. Read More