Overview of Raid Pyrenees 2020

Starting from Biarritz on the Atlantic coast, and finishing seven days later in Perpignan on the Mediterranean coast, you will climb, among many others, the cols of the Tourmalet, Aubisque and Peyresourde. A total of 16 climbs, and 705 km of excitement and emotion await you on this Pyrenean cycling holiday.

Epic climbs and sweeping, hairpin descents are amongst the challenges we will face in crossing stunning cols such as the Aspin, Soulor, Aubisque and Marie Blanque. Mostly following quiet country roads, we will experience the great variety of Pyrenean landscape, from pretty farmland to soaring, rugged peaks.

Cycling west to east, from the Basque Country to the Land of the Catalans, we also experience a variety of different cultures, as well as superb local hospitality and regional food. This is our version of the ‘Pyrenees Raid’, this a fantastic road cycling journey and a ‘must-do’ ride for all ‘sportive’ riders and cycling enthusiasts.

Your days of cycling adventure in the Pyrenees will be followed by comfortable nights in bicycle-friendly, three and four-star hotels while dining on fresh, regional products prepared in traditional French restaurants known for the quality of their food and service.

Is Raid Pyrenees 2020  for you?


This is a classic road cycling holiday and one of the most challenging we offer. However, comfortable hotels, good food and vehicle support make it accessible to regular weekend and sportive cyclists. We follow a mixture of main roads and back roads and prioritise the quieter options.

This is supported riding – at the start of the day, when the group sets off biking, your kit bag will be loaded into the support vehicle and transported to the next overnight halt. Apart from a fixed rendezvous for lunch, you are free to cycle at your own pace, with the support vehicle never far away.

You will carry just your normal day-ride gear. Over the course of 8 cycling days, this challenging route involves 700 kilometres of riding with almost 19,000 metres of ascent. We provide detailed ‘Road Books’ (and GPS tracks) and the support vehicle and cycling guide will accompany the group throughout.

This is a trip for keen road cyclists who enjoy the challenge of climbs and descents day after day. BIKE HIRE AVAILABLE LOCALLY.

My Photo of  the Trip!

2016-07-03 15-29-35

About that Photo.

This is from the 2nd to last day of riding
We’d finally broken out of the Pyreenen foothills and could see the sea in the diatance. I found something very prehistoric about this view, totally timeless. It was such a big view, so much going on, yet it was all one, all part of itself. That road you see, just went one until it was out of sight, so off we trundled.


Overview of Raid Pyrenees 2020

What is included?

-8 days/7 nights accommodation in quality 3 or 4 star hotels.

-Full-board (7 breakfasts, “en route” lunches and dinners) in quality restaurants

-Professional guides that know the routes (ratio of 1 guide for 4 guests)

-Support vehicles

-Transportation of your personal belongings throughout the eight days

-Snacks and drinks during your cycling holiday

-A Bike Basque gift bag with jersey, bottles, road-book etc.

-16 climbs in the Pyrenees

-12,000m of climbing

-692 km of cycling

Map of Raid Pyrenees 2020 route with Cycle Gran Canaria & Bike Basque

Click on the Interactive Google Map link of the complete route.


Overview of Raid Pyrenees 2020

Quick Stats Stage by Stage. ( click for info)

Stage 1 description Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Puerto de Oxtondo (9.3 km at 5.1 %)

-Col d’Ispeguy (5.7 km at 5.1 %)

-Col d’Osquich (4.3 km at 5.9 %)


This first day of cycling in the Pyrenees is designed to be a “mise en jambe”, the chance to get the legs turning as you are introduced to Pyrenean climbs ahead of you, nothing too hard, but nothing too easy either.

Altitude gain: approx. 1700 m

Total distance: approx. 129 km

Description Stage 2 Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Col de Marie Blanque (9.2 km at 7.8 %)

-Col d’Aubisque (16.8 km at 6.9 %)

-Col du Soulor (2.1 km at 5.2 %)


Today, as you traverse the Pyrenees, you will be ascending the difficult “Marie Blanque” on your way to the first of the legendary climbs, the magnificent “Col d’Aubisque”, the site of many glorious cycling battles forever engraved in Tour de France history.

Altitude gain: approx. 3000 m

Total distance: approx. 105 km

Description stage 3 Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Col du Tourmalet (18.4 km at 7.5 %)

-Hourquette d’Ancizan, (9 km at 7 %)


Get ready to climb the legendary Tourmalet, the very first col ever added to the Tour de France in 1910. Before this date, the mountains were not part of the race. It is also the mountain pass that has been included in the Grande Boucle more times than any other. The second challenge of the day will be the Hourquette d’Ancizan which will grace you with its spectacular lush mountain setting and serene atmosphere.

Altitude gain: approx. 3000 m

Total distance: approx. 93 km

Description stage 4 Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Peyresourde (8.3 km at 8 %)

-Mente (8 km at 8 %)

-Portet d’Aspet (4 km at 9.5 %)


The day begins with the difficult and rugged Col d’Azet before facing another legend, the Peyresourde. Often used in the Tour de France due to its geographical position when crossing the Pyrenees, it links Bagnères-sur-Luchon, a city rich in cycling history, to Arreau. Then the difficult col de Mente, and the final challenge of the day brings you over the short but steep Portet d’Aspet, toward the finish in Saint-Girons.

Altitude gain: approx. 2200m

Total distance: approx. 109 km

Description stage 5 Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Col de Port (12.3 km at 5 %)

-Pas de Soulombrie (3,9km at 7,7%)

Col de la Marmare (4,5km at 5%)


A beautiful and charming day in the Ariège has been planned for you. The Col de Port is a moderate climb with a few steep sections, but well worth the effort as the view at the top is stunning. It is always possible to make your ride longer by tackling the Plateau de Beille before getting to Ax-les-Thermes. It is up to you.

Altitude gain: approx. 2650 m

Total distance: approx. 100 km

Description stage 6 Passes of the day:

Main Climbs :

-Port de Pailhéres (18.4 km at 7 %)

-Col du Garavel (3 + 4 km at 6 %)

-Col de Jau (10.5 km at 6 %)


Your last adventure of this cycling holiday in the Pyrenees gets right down to business with the difficult Port de Pailheres. All your hard work will be compensated by the breathtaking, undisturbed nature of a more arid landscape that accompanies you on the road to Perpignan.

Altitude gain: approx. 2150 m (3700 m with option)

Total distance: approx. 130kmn only and may vary.


DatesCodeAdult PriceStatus
13th – 20th June 2020CGCBB01€1800.00Available
19th – 26th July 2020CGCBB03€1800.00Available
2nd – 9th August 2020CGCBB04€1800.00Available
7th – 14th Septembre 2020CGCBB05€1800.00Available
Single Supp all Dates€300.00Available

The LAND ONLY dates and prices are for the itinerary joining in Biarritz. Flights should be booked outbound to Biarritz and inbound from Perpignan. Alternatively, you can book your flights into and out of Toulouse and book an additional transfer package from us. Please refer to Joining Arrangements and Transfers for further details.

Flights SHOULD NOT be booked until you have received your booking confirmation and the departure is showing ‘Guaranteed to Run’ or ‘Limited’.

Ryanair offer flights from London, Stansted to Perpignan and back from Biarritz which work well with this itinerary. For the Toulouse Airport (with transfers) option, there are direct flights with EasyJet and British Airways from the south of England and 1-stop flights from Manchester with Lufthansa and Air France.

Supplementary services:

  • Single-room (SR) supplement: 300€ per person (subject to availability)
  • Supplementary night in Collioure in 3* hotel: 65€ per person ( DR), 110€ per person (SR)
  • Supplementary night in Saint Jean de Luz in 3* hotel: 80€ per person ( DR), 100€ per person (SR)
  • Pyrenees Grande Traversee jersey: 45€
  • Transfer from Saint Jean de Luz to Collioure: 80€ per person
  • Road bike rental: 180€ to 245€
  • Package is Subject to Availability

Toulouse Airport Transfers – €150 per person (based on a minimum of 4 taking this service).

If you choose this transfer package, you will be picked up from Toulouse Airport in the late afternoon of Day 1 of the Land Only itinerary and taken to the group hotel in Collioure. On the completion of the ride at midday on Day 9, you will be transferred back to Toulouse Airport in time for an early evening flight back to the UK.

If you would prefer to book a ‘flight inclusive package’ using scheduled airlines from the UK please contact our flights department for a quote. Whilst flight prices are likely to be more expensive you will benefit from full financial protection.

Hotel Kemaris (Day 1)

Our hotel designed in a Neo-Basque style promises a calm and inviting place to stay.You will simply love all the charm of a hotel combining the traditional and the modern in the ultra comfortable surroundings that meet Best Western’s international standards. Bright and spacious, the hotel’s 49 rooms are split between the two face-to-face buildings and offer a natural and contemporary look and feel.

Hotel Chez Chilo (Day 2)

The Basque Country of Martine & Pierre Chilo
For three generations the Chilo family has been welcoming you to their large Soulet house with blue shutters. Behind this large, somewhat austere façade hides a warm house, with its comfortable bedrooms, living rooms with fireplaces, a beautiful garden with its swimming pool, a pretty terrace with a view of Ahargo.


CHEZ PIERRE D’AGOS HOTEL & RESTAURANTYour holiday at the gateway to the Pibeste Nature Reserve in the heart of the Argelès Valley begins with Chez Pierre d’Agos Hotel** and Restaurant in the little Pyrenean village of Agos-Vidalos.Built originally as a wayfarers’ inn in 1965, today it is a recently refurbished 68-bedroom hotel in a gorgeous setting with the Pyrenees as its backdrop.

Hotel Angleterre St Lary (Day 4)

The Aubiban family welcomes you in Arreau, in this former coaching inn from the 18th century.
The hotel has crossed the time to offer you today all the charm of an authentic home of character with family spirit and to assure you a stay any comfort combining modernity and mountain spirit.

Hotel: Eychenne (Day 5)

In the middle of the Pyrenean Mountains, in the heart of the Natural Park, one minute away from downtown Saint-Girons, the Hotel & Restaurant Eychenne welcomes you with lots of smile in a cosy atmosphere.

Hotel: Le Chalet*** (Day 6)

Le Chalet, Gourmet restaurant and hotel ** is situated front of the park of the Teich, towers above the river Oriège in Ax Les Thermes .
Le Chalet, will know receive you for your wellness or sport stay in summer like in winter.

Hotel Villa Duflot 4star (Day 7)

Under the sun of the Mediterranean, close to the beaches of Canet en Roussillon, near the exceptional architectural heritage of Perpignan’s city center, the Villa Duflot offers a unique holiday resort. At the heart of a wooded park where century-old olive trees, cypresses, eucalyptus and oleanders compete, nestle a 4-star hotel, a gastronomic restaurant, a spa, 5 seminar rooms, a coworking space and many spaces dedicated to your relaxation.

Holiday Information & FAQs

English and French tour guide.
Vehicle support with trip leader
Baggage transfer between overnight stops
Accommodation as detailed in the itinerary
All meals

Travel insurance
Visas (if required)
Airport transfers unless purchased separately
Miscellaneous personal expenses – tips drinks and souvenirs etc
Bike Carriage on the flights – please contact your carrier for charges

Breakfasts are usually continental style. Lunches will be fresh and tasty picnics provided by our vehicle support crew. Dinner will be taken at our accommodation. The hotels we use are used to feeding hungry cyclists and generally provide a three-course evening meal, with tasty and large portions of quality local cuisine.

All meals are included in the trip price from dinner on Day 1 to lunch on Day 9.

You can book this holiday without airport transfers and make your own way to the start and finish of the cycling. Alternatively, you can choose to book a transfer with Bike Basque from and back to Perpignan Airport at additional cost.

Services end on arrival at Perpignan at lunchtime on Day 7. The nearest airport to St Jean de Luz is Biarritz which is also served by Ryanair with a convenient late afternoon flight back to Stansted. Clients will need to make their own arrangements to get to the airport. The cost of the 10 minute taxi ride is approximately €20-30.


Supplementary night in Perpignan (last night), hotel Villa Duflot with spa, 120€ (DR), 200€ (SR)

Supplementary night in Saint Jean de Luz in 3* hotel: 80€ per person ( DR), 100€ per person (SR)
In Biarritz (first night), 80€ pp (DR), 140€ SR

Details of the first night’s hotel and an emergency contact number will be provided.

Whilst on the tour, accommodation is on a twin-share basis in comfortable, family run 2 and 3-star hotels. If you are traveling by yourself you will be paired up another single traveller of the same sex.

View the gallery below for images of the style of accommodation used

A professional English speaking Bike Basque biking leader will accompany the group together with a support vehicle and driver.

We recommend that £150 (or the equivalent in US dollars or euros) will be sufficient for your miscellaneous expenditure and should also cover your bar bills – beer, wine and soft drinks are available every night. By far the easiest way to obtain your travel cash is from ATM’s using a credit card or a debit card – there are ATM facilities at Toulouse and Perpignan airports and in Biarritz at the start of the ride, as well as in the majority of the larger towns on our route.

Taking a bike on an aircraft is usually straightforward. Different airlines have differing policies with regard to baggage allowances and transporting bikes. We strongly advise that you check the current policy of your chosen airline for carrying bikes and their baggage allowances before purchasing your air ticket. The baggage section on your chosen airline’s website will usually contain this information. We suggest that you are aware of the weight and dimensions of your intended check-in baggage in advance of your arrival at the airport as airlines may charge for both excess and oversize baggage, or refuse to carry oversized baggage. If you are using a domestic flight to connect with your International flight then it is likely that a different baggage policy will exist for the domestic and international flight sections. Again you should check the baggage policy with your chosen domestic airline prior to booking your domestic flight tickets. Any additional charges incurred for transporting your bike on any of the flights required for this adventure (international, domestic and internal flights within the trip itinerary – if applicable) are the responsibility of each individual client.

A road bike or standard touring bike is recommended for this trip. It should be fitted with a compact or triple chainset and a 10 or 11-speed cassette. Please call if you are unsure about the suitability of your bike. We cannot stress enough the importance of ensuring that your bike is in perfect working condition before you start this trip. You are depending on your bike to transport you throughout your trip, across demanding terrain. It is VITAL to ensure it is THOROUGHLY SERVICED to guarantee it is in good mechanical order before departure. If you are not mechanically minded, get your local bike mechanic to service it for you. For home mechanics, points to note particularly are:

a) Check rims and if they are worn, cracked or dented replace with a new rim or wheel to avoid wheel failure. It is especially important to check that the rims on rim-braked bikes are not worn concave by the brake blocks -replace them if they are.

b) Check wheels are true and spoke tension is tight.

c) Check ALL bearings and quick release skewers and, if required, adjust, grease or replace.

d) Check and, if required, replace brake and gear cables.

e) Check brake pads, mounts and cables / hydraulic lines and replace if necessary.

f) Check and lube, threadlock and tighten all bolts (esp. suspension pivots, bottom brackets, disc rotor bolts and brake calliper mounting bolts).

g) Check chain, cassette and chain rings for wear and replace as necessary.

h) Make sure you have the right tyres, inner tubes and BIKE SPECIFIC SPARES for your bike.

Whilst not essential, it is a good idea that you familiarise yourself with how to carry out at least some basic repairs to your bike e.g. fixing a puncture, changing an inner tube. Naturally our bike guide will be happy to assist with any repairs, but due to the often remote nature of our trips, being able to carry out a simple repair can save time and the inconvenience of waiting for assistance.

Travelling with a bike is usually as straightforward as travelling with any other type of baggage, providing you have packed it adequately. We have many years experience of travelling with our bikes, and nowadays we think that the best way to travel and fly with a bike is to partially dismantle it and put it into a purpose made soft bike bag. Although more expensive than a cardboard bike box, they are smaller in size to transport and are considerably easier to handle. To pack your bike you simply remove both wheels and pedals and prepare it for travel as follows. Obviously, extra care when packing your bike can minimise the chances of accidental damage occurring in transit. Ask your local bike store for plastic wheel hub protectors (which will prevent damage to your bike bag) and plastic fork and frame spacers, insert the spacers into the dropouts, tape them in place and then put extra padding over this area. Use pipe insulation lagging (from your local DIY store) to cover frame tubes, forks and seat post. If required, remove your bars from the stem and attach them carefully to your frame/forks using plastic ties or pvc tape -ensure that your Ergo/Sti levers are well padded to minimize the chance of damage. You may also wish to remove your rear gear mech, pad it with foam and tape it to the chainstay out of harm’s way. Finally, you should partly deflate your tires, but leave some air in them to help absorb any impact on the wheels. Don’t forget to pack wheel skewers, pedals and any bolts you have removed, these are the items that tend to get left behind. Finally, find an old cardboard bike box and cut out panels to fit inside your soft bike bag for extra protection. Don’t forget to bring sufficient packing materials to pack your bike on the way home. PLEASE DO NOT USE a purpose-made rigid bike box -these are heavy (which can put you over your baggage allowance) and are also too bulky to be easily stored or transported on the group’s support vehicle.

Throughout the entirety of the trip we have the back up of our support vehicle. Each morning our main baggage will be loaded onto the support vehicle and transported to our next night’s accommodation. During our morning’s ride and on the big climbs the support vehicle will sweep through the group and provide extra water and assistance as required. The vehicle will then stop at a designated rendezvous for the picnic lunch. After lunch, the support vehicle will drive onto our next accommodation. We want everyone to enjoy their cycling experience on this trip and we recognize the importance for group members to ride at their own pace. On our road biking trips, it is usual for there to be some distance between the front and rear cyclists in the group and there may be times when other group members, vehicle support and the KE biking leader are out of sight. You will be provided with detailed ‘road books’ and GPS stats to assist with route finding and the cycling leader will keep a watch at strategic locations. The cycling leader and support vehicle driver will be contactable at all times by mobile phone. Should a breakdown or an emergency arise during your cycling day they will respond as soon as is possible. Whilst our support vehicle cannot transport the whole group, baggage and bikes, it is also there to assist the occasional tired cyclist. So if you want to opt out of a morning, afternoon or even a full day of cycling, it may be possible to travel in the vehicle.

One option is that you take your own bike on this holiday. It is the bike you know best and will provide you with the best riding experience. However, bike hire can be arranged through our local agent. Your choice of bike will be made available to you at the 9am rendezvous on Day 1 of the holiday.

Orbea Orca M20 19

The Orca M20 19 have a full carbon frame and fork and is equipped with a Shimano 11-speed Ultegra groupset. Weighing in at 7.8 kg, it represent a perfect blend of lightweight performance and precision, and will help you fly effortlessly over the Basque and Pyrenean climbs. All of our road-bikes come with two water bottles cages, a repair kit (tubes, tire-levers, multi-tool) and pump.

We also rent Gps Garmin Edge 820 with uploaded rides up to your needs for 15€ per day.

1 day:      60 €         5 days: 180 €
2 days:    90 €         6 days: 210 €
3 days: 120 €         7 days: 240 €
4 days: 150 €         Over 7 days: +20 €/day

Rental from 3 to 6 days: 1 Bike Basque bottle
Rental over 7 days: 2 Bike Basque bottles

We must stress that your hire contract will be with the local hire company and that Bike Basque cannot be held responsible for any issues arising from bike hire. If you do hire a bike, we recommend that you take your own shoes, pedals and possibly even your saddle, which will go a long way towards making it feel like your own bike. You must also take your helmet, which will be worn at all times when on the bike.

The altitudes attained on this holiday are not extreme and the maximum altitude attained is no more than the equivalent of a pressurised cabin on an international flight. You may ‘feel’ the altitude the first time you cycle above 2000 meters but all that is required is a slower pace to compensate. You should pay particular attention to your hydration levels whilst cycling above 2000 meters.

The following is a basic checklist to help you with your packing. We recommend using the layering principle of clothing for varying climatic conditions. Good padded cycling shorts are essential.

Your Bike MUST be a road bike or standard cycle-touring bike fitted with a compact or triple chainset and a nine or ten-speed cassette. It is vital that your bike is THOROUGHLY SERVICED and in perfect working condition before the trip.

Road or touring cycling shoes

Waterproof cycling overshoes


Base-layer – short sleeve cycling top (x 2)

Long-sleeved cycling top (x 1)

Lightweight waterproof jacket

Lightweight Fleece top or jumper

Lightweight windproof gilet


Regular biking gloves

Long fingered gloves


Padded cycling shorts (x 2)

Cycling tights or tracksters


Eyewear – Biking glasses

Cycling helmet – mandatory

Bike Basque Trek Bag Contents

Travel and apres biking clothes

Training/Leisure shoes for apres biking

Washbag and toiletries


Chamois Cream (e.g. Assos or Ozone)

Small padlock (to lock trek bag)

To be carried on the bike in your jersey pockets or in a small saddlebag.

Mobile phone (optional)



Puncture repair kit & tire levers

Inner tube

Small camera

Sun cream

Other items affixed to your bike

1 or 2 water bottles
GPS (Optional)

To be carried in the support vehicle in your day-pack for easy access

Lightweight waterproof top

Basic First Aid Kit. Including antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhea treatment (Imodium), painkillers, plasters, insect repellent (75-100% DEET) and re-hydration salts (Dioralite).


Please note: If you are hiring a bike you do not need to bring spares – just a pump, repair kit and a couple of inner tubes.

If you are taking your own bike, you should bring the following with you. Whilst not essential, it is a good idea that you familiarise yourself with how to carry out at least some basic repairs e.g. fixing a puncture, changing an inner tube. Naturally, our bike guide will always be happy to assist with any repairs, but due to the often remote nature of our trips, being able to carry out a simple repair can save time and inconvenience waiting for assistance.


Plastic tire levers

1 rear brake cable

1 rear gear cable

Spare set of brake blocks (front and rear)

2 spare spokes for the front and rear wheels

Spoke key

4 x inner tubes

Spare chain links

Liquid chain lube

Multi-tool with Allen keys

Chain link extractor (if not on multi-tool)

2x puncture repair kits

A rag and brush for cleaning bike and drive train.

Any spares specific to your bike

Bike Basque tools and spares

On all of our trips we carry a track pump, toolkit and a basic range of spares for emergencies. If any other spare parts are needed our support vehicle will make a detour to the nearest bike shop, which can be found in some of the larger towns en route.
Energy Gels/Sports Drinks/Power Bars

Our back up vehicle will carry ample supplies of water, snacks and lunches but if you like a particular energy gel, sports drink or power bar we suggest you bring a selection of your preferred choice along.

Please do not hesitate to call us for further advice about what to bring or any other aspect of this trip. We are more than happy to offer you the benefit of our experience. Further helpful information can also be found in the Your Bike, Baggage Allowances, Climate and Travelling with Your Bike sections of the detailed trip notes.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from ‘Available’ to ‘Guaranteed to run’. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport for each country that you visit.

We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:


The better conditioned you are the more you will enjoy your trip. We suggest that you adopt a sensible weekly exercise regime and fit in a number of long cycle rides in hilly country to ensure you are physically capable of taking part in this trip – this will also provide you with an opportunity to make sure all your riding kit is tried and tested before you travel. Cycling is obviously the best activity to prepare for this trip, however, running, squash and swimming are also good for developing aerobic fitness and stamina.

The temperatures that we can expect to encounter during the day will be reasonably warm, ranging from 18 to 28 degrees Centigrade. It can be cool in the evenings at our highest overnight stopping places and chilly at the highest passes on the route. The weather is usually stable during the early summer and autumn months in the Pyrenees, but mountainous areas do generate their own weather systems and occasional rain and even stormy weather cannot be ruled out.

Rough Guide to the Pyrenees

Rough Guide to France

Lonely Planet – France

Michelin 1:150,000 series

342 Haute Pyrenees 343 Ariege – Haute Garonne 344 Aude, Pyrenees-Orientale




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Although I am a seasoned cyclist, all my serious riding has only been on Gran Canaria, so going on the Pyreneen advanture was a major step outside my comfort zone. When you’re conditioned to doing 500plus kms and 11k of climbing per week, to almost double that made me nervous to say the least!
However worry not as they say, once you got rolling it was great, the Guide kept a good pace and each day was a basketful of new sights to see. Lunch at the appropriate time by the road side kept us fully energized every day. You never really felt the distances go by.
One thing that was great was that the cycling specific info, distance grade etc that were signed on all climbs, made sure that you were fully informed and could match it up in your head to other climbs in other places, so that you could crack on with confidence.
The hotels too were unique and never did we go hungry, although the intake of French wine went up during the week!! Last day, we smelt the brine before we seen the sea,and although we were elated that we had done it, it was a sombre moment as we accepted that it was also over.
Would I do it again, absolutely!


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