Unless you’re a hardcore cyclists, the 2019 outdoor cycling season has all but come to an end, and if you dread the thought of sweaty spinning classes, the next five months of virtual cycling on Zwift, and trying to regain your balance on your indoor roller, why not book your 2020 cycling holidays and distract yourself from the abyss that is winter.
So where should you go cycling next summer, well, the world is your oyster, but if you are looking for a great value cycling destination with pristine roads, magical mountain landscapes, cycle-friendly accommodations, and traditional homecooked cuisine, Austria and Italy should be top contenders for your 2020 break.
Here is a selection of summer spins that might just tickle your taste buds:
25th June – 29th June: Summer Spin 2020 including the Mondsee Radmarathon. This 4-night cycling holiday will take you to the lake district of Salzburg, where you will enjoy two cycle tours, guaranteed entry into the Mondsee race, accommodations with half-board, and airport transfers. From £685.00 per person.
30th June – 3rd July: Cycling Grossglockner, Austria’s highest alpine road. This 3-night trip includes all accommodations, half-board, airport transfers, and two cycle tours, one up the mountain, the other around a lake. From £495.00 per person.
4th July – 8th July: Cycling South Tirol. This time we’ll head to the north of Italy to cycle some demanding passes in the region. This 4-night trip includes accommodations with half-board, airport transfers, and 3 cycle training tours with some mighty mountain climbs. From £495.00 per person.
9th July – 13th July: Bormio 3 Mountain Challenge. One of the most popular cycling trips in Italy, this 4-night adventure includes cycling Bormio’s three major mountain passes, Stelvio, Gavia, and Mortirolo. As you would expect from a fully-inclusive cycling holiday, this trip includes all accommodations, half-board, escorted rides, and airport transfers. From £525.00 per person.
The beauty of the above cycling tours is that they are all back-to-back so you can one, two, three, or all four on one cycling holiday!