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Frequently Asked Questions

Which tour fits me best?

With our "Tour Finder" you can select the type of tour (recreational, race or mountain bike), the level of guidance (guided or independent), the cycling area and the prefered period. The "Tour Finder" is shown at the left side of the homepage and can be activated through a label at the right side of every other webpage.
Among other characteristics the daily distances, the tour level and the accommodation level are indicated at each tour.

Does a tour correspond with my stamina?

A mountain bike ride of 12.5 miles (20 km) can be more strenuous than a recreational trip of 30 miles (50 km) on flat terrain. Therefore we use three levels of physical fitness as a measure:
- Easy – you are untrained and in a normal physical condition;
- Moderate – you cycle regularly and you are in a good physical condition;
- Challenging – you are an experienced cyclist and you are well-trained.
The level is indicated at each tour.

What is the composition of a group in a guided tour?

Around 80% Americans. Americans like to bike in clubs / groups in their own country.The average American is not intrusive, open minded to foreigners and they are also interested in the European way of life (and bikes). Other participants in the guided tours usually come from Europe or Asia.

Can I use my own bike or rent one at the tour start?

In a number of tours the use of a bicycle is included or a bike can be rented. The rental bikes are of good quality and renowned brands and are adapted to the type of tour. Information about the equipment options can be found at each tour. You can also bring your own bike to the tour start - you will receive more details about this after your tour booking.

What does half board means?

Half board refers to the fact that some meals are included, but not all. For instance half board might mean " 5 dinners 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches. In that case you would be on your own for 1 breakfast, and two lunches, for a 5 day tour.

Is Gratuity for the guides included in the tour price?

In the United States and Canada it is customary to pay gratuities in addition to the tour fees. Some tour operators require a specific gratuity while others have a suggested amount. It varies with each tour company and will be provided upon request.

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