Our hidden gems go beyond the famous routes the pros ride year on year and instead deliver up a range of thrilling experiences that are lesser-visited,but none the less thrilling!
Featuring our guide’s favourite local routes, we’re able to offer you classic riding opportunities with a Skedaddle twist! Time for a truly unique cycling experience, like nothing you’ll have seen before.
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An awesome road cycling holiday in Costa Rica, taking you through a vibrant and fertile Central American paradise blessed with a pleasant climate and an abundance of natural beauty. Vast areas of lush green cloudforest and rainforest, magnificent volcanoes, two incredible and very different regions and of course, a network o... .. Read More
This tour starts in beautiful Bled in the Julian Alps of Slovenia a small picturesque town situated on its namesake lake. The lake is backed by magnificent views and is the perfect choice for a fabulously relaxing start to the tour. Resembling Austria the Julian Alps are renowned for their tree lined passes that we'll be exp... .. Read More
Come and discover this Spanish cycling gem and world-renowned wine region. La Rioja doesn't need much of an introduction… The deep red 'tinto' that has shaped the culture and land for centuries. Cycling around Rioja will make an indescribable impression on you; landscapes, heritage, culture, wine...Offering road cycli... .. Read More
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7 to 14 Apr - With an amazing road network and some challenging climbs to thrill along the way – this is an incredibly exciting road cycling destination promising something a little bit different!
Seemingly floating in the mid-Atlantic more than 1,000 miles west of Lisbon, Sao Miguel island is the largest and arguably the most beautiful of the 9 islands comprising the autonomous Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. At only 38 miles long and just under 10 miles wide at its widest point, Sao Miguel isn't an enormous island... .. Read More
The regions of Piemonte in Italy called Langhe and Roero have become known as one of the most important wine production areas of the country, for wines such as Barolo, Nebbiolo and Asti. Recently it has hit the spotlight as a niche road cycling destination. Having received the UNESCO World Heritage recognition in 2014, one can u... .. Read More
The region of Abruzzo is one of those hidden gems of Italy, tucked away between Lazio and Umbria, that not only captivates lovers of anything Italian, but any serious cyclist who is looking to ride something different: four National Parks, high mountain passes, deep gorges, medieval villages perched on the side of mountains, ric... .. Read More