Since what we do is bespoke we don’t have a catalogue of off-the-shelf products. But we can show you what we’ve done for others as inspiration and we can give you ideas to flirt with and develop.


The Tour de France visited Corsica in 2013, and we can see why. Beautiful beaches, high mountain passes and winding coastal roads – simply spectacular!

Essential Tuscany

Our route takes us through the vineyards of Montepulciano, up through the hills to Siena and Florence, taking in the climbs of the Giro d’Italia along the way. We offer a choice of routes…

Italy Mare a Mare

Our Mare a Mare route crosses Italy from Pesaro (east coast) to Livorno (west coast), incorporating Giro d’Italia climbs, Roman Roads and famous Chianti vineyards. Highlights include riding through five areas of Natural Beauty…

Milan to San Remo

“The Spring Classic”. The race itself usually takes place in March and at 298km is the longest professional one day race in the  cycling calendar

Sardinia Coast to Coast

A crossing of the beautiful, rugged and remote island of Sardinia from east to west. A choice of 2-3 route options per day

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Stelvio Pass

At 2757m high, the Stelvio Pass (“Passo dello Stelvio”) is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps, and the second highest in the whole of the Alps. Our 4-day route starts in Treviso…

The Hills of Tuscany

Tuscany – the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, and famous for its varied landscapes, traditions and wines, provides the ideal backdrop for 3.5 days cycling in the Italian sun.

Tour of Sicily

We will be on the trail of the professional cyclists as we pick up the Giro d’Italia routes up Mount Etna and the Giro della Sicilia. Used in 1967 and then again in 1989 it was ignored for a while but since 2011 Mount Etna has returned 6 times to the Giro itinerary though not always from the same side or with the same finish.

Venice to Oxford

A three-stage bike ride from Venice to Oxford with various options for your group to get involved a little or as much as possible. Our route includes a visit to Brugge, an ascent up a Tour de France Climb, cycling alongside Lake Constance and of course celebrations in Oxford!