World Cycle Adventure 

World Cycle Adventures

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  1. Girona
  2. France
  3. Portugal
  4. Spain
  5. U.K
  6. South Italy
    South Italy
  7. Mallorca
  8. Sicily
In January 2017 we are starting World Cycle Adventures, For anyone to join.

There will be:
1/3 day cycle adventure across England/Europe . 
5 day cycle adventure across Europe.
7 day cycle adventure across any country.
Organised Cycling Adventures.
You will fly into a local airport, on a late evening. 
We will pick you up from the airport, 
Once picked up you and your kit,

we will take you to your accommodation, once you have fleshen up, you will be invited for a big dinner as a team.
At the meal we will cover:

  • Health and safety 
  • Nutrition 
  • Team builders
  • Route planning 
  • Bike maintenance 
  • Time tables 
  • Questions
Once we have gone over everything we will raise a glass to our great journey which will be life changing. 

Important information, (regarding island Adventures).

You will be responsible to supply your own bike cover for the flight.

We may be able to supply you with a cover, but first come first serve. 

Prices will include bikes on the flights. 

The price will include:

  • Flights 
  • Accommodation (camping or hoteling) 
  • Water 
  • Nutrition (energy jels protein bars) 
  • Dinner only 
  • Support Vehicle 
  • 2 Tour Leaders 
  • First add 

In some case we will drive your bikes to the start point and to your home once we have finished our Adventure.  (This does Not including for island Adventure). 

Important Information 
Training for this will be down to you, before we go I will test your fitness levels, To Check & See What you may Need to Work On.

Your cycle adventure will be a new beginning of a new you! Seeing the world like this will open your heart body & mind.

We will also donate 5 % of any money to our local too charity.


This Year 2017

April & September

April 6th - 9th 2017       2 Spaces Available

Sept 7th - 10th              6 Spaces Available  


3 Days In Girona Tour
Girona is the Northern Catalonia’s largest city, and has a jewellery box of museums, galleries and Gothic churches, strung around a tangle of cobbled lanes and medieval walls. Reflections of Modernista mansions shimmer in the Riu Onyar, which demarcates the historic centre on its right bank from the gleaming commercial centre on the left.
The Roman town of Gerunda lay on Vía Augusta, the highway from Cádiz all the way to the Pyrenees. Taken from the Muslims by the Franks in the late 8th century, Girona became the capital of one of Catalonia’s most important counties, falling under the sway of Barcelona in the late 9th century.
Girona’s wealth in medieval times produced many fine Romanesque and Gothic buildings that have survived repeated attacks and sieges. There are also traces of a Jewish community that flourished in Girona until their expulsion in 1492. These cultural riches are packed into Girona’s walkable centre. With Catalonia’s most diverse nightlife and dining scene outside Barcelona, Girona makes a delicious distraction for a few days, before you’re helplessly drawn to the coast

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18th - 21th May 2017 
​5 Spaces Avialaible 


3 Days In French Tour
France In spite of everything, France remains the world's number one tourist destination, and by and large it remains one of the safer places in the world to visit. it's not hard to understand why. France has it all - or more or less. It has tourist sights for all tastes; it has some of the greatest beaches in Europe, as well as the highest mountains and the finest historic monuments, the most beautiful cities, the most idyllic countryside, the most magnificent castles, the finest rivers, and plenty more, not to mention some of the best restaurants and the finest winesand more hotels than any other country in Europe.
     France has something for everyone, which is one of the reasons why it remains the world's number one tourist destination. It has magnificent holiday opportunities for everything from a short weekend city break, in places such as Paris, Nice or Bordeaux, to a relaxed family holiday in a gite in the countryside, a week or two's relaxation by the seaside, or an energetic break hiking, climbing, kayaking or cycling in France's great outdoors.  

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May 2017
​3 To 8 Spaces Availiable 
1 / 3 Days In The U.K Tour
U,K The United Kingdom, consisting of Great Britain (England, Wales, andScotland ) and Northern Ireland , is twice the size of New York State. England, in the southeast part of the British Isles, is separated from Scotland on the north by the granite Cheviot Hills; from them the Pennine chain of uplands extends south through the center of England, reaching its highest point in the Lake District in the northwest. To the west along the border of Wales—a land of steep hills and valleys—are the Cambrian Mountains, while the Cotswolds, a range of hills in Gloucestershire, extend into the surrounding shires.
Important rivers flowing into the North Sea are the Thames, Humber, Tees, and Tyne. In the west are the Severn and Wye, which empty into the Bristol Channel and are navigable, as are the Mersey and Ribble.
Also Stonehenge and other examples of prehistoric culture are all that remain of the earliest inhabitants of Britain. Celtic peoples followed. Roman invasions of the 1st century B.C. brought Britain into contact with continental Europe. When the Roman legions withdrew in the 5th century A.D.

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14th - 18th June 2017
6 Spaces Available
3 Days In Sicily Tour
Sicily is the largest of the Italian islands, separated from the Continent by the Strait of Messina and surrounded by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas.
It is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered, understood and experienced through a series of itineraries dedicated to areas of interest ranging from nature to history and traditions.

Nature seems to have endowed all its wonders to this land: mountains, hills and above all the sea, with its incredible colors, its crystal-clear water and the beauty of its seabeds, in no way inferior to those of other seas. 

Here, the Mediterranean Sea, with its many little islands scattered around the coasts of Sicily - The Aeolians, Egadi and Pelagie Islands, Pantelleria and Ustica - offers unique and the intense sceneries, scents and flavors of uncontaminated nature. 
Last but not least, its great volcanoes are symbols of the irresistible beauty and vitality of this incredibly charming region. 
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July 2017 
​6 Space Available
3 Days In Mallorca Tour
Mallorca ​is the most popular tourist destination in Europe, largely because of the stunning variety of its scenery, its warm Mediterranean climate, the hospitality of the islanders, and the richness and variety of its food and drink. Fortunately, most of the mass tourist market is confined to the southeast corner and the rest of the island is largely unspoilt.
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic group of islands and is located in the middle of the group with Menorca to the north and Ibiza to the south. It has the most varied scenery of any Mediterranean island with high, forested mountains in the north (the Sierra de Tramuntana), and rich agricultural plains in the centre. The island's airport, on the southern edge of the island, handles more passengers per year than any other airport in Spain and there are flights to most European cities all year round.
Mallorca is just 40 minutes from Barcelona by plane while the jet speed hydrofoil crosses from the mainland in just under 4 hours.



13th - 16 th July 2017 
6 Spaces Available
3 Days In Portugal  Tour
Portugal occupies the western part of the Iberian Peninsula and is slightly smaller than Indiana. The country is crossed by three large rivers that rise in Spain, flow into the Atlantic, and divide the country into three geographic areas. The Minho River, part of the northern boundary, cuts through a mountainous area that extends south to the vicinity of the Douro River. South of the Douro, the mountains slope to the plains around the Tejo River. The remaining division is the southern one of Alentejo. The Azores stretch over 340 mi (547 km) in the Atlantic and consist of nine islands with a total area of 902 sq mi (2,335 sq km). Madeira, consisting of two inhabited islands, Madeira and Porto Santo, and two groups of uninhabited islands, lie in the Atlantic about 535 mi (861 km) southwest of Lisbon
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August 20th - 27th  2017
5 Spaces Available
7 Days In Spanish Tour
Spain While on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, the tourists often outnumber the local population, for the rest of Spain that is certainly not the case. Spain even has some bits of coastline that the Spanish have managed to keep for themselves - and even then largely for those in the know. As for inland Spain, it is a whole world waiting to be discovered. Apart from the area round Madrid, inland Spain is a sparsely populated area, with a few dozen historic cities, and beyond them large expanses of agricultural land, prairies and grazing land, plus hills and mountains with their rivers, streams and lakes.
    Spain was once the most powerful nation in Europe, and the world's greatest colonial power. Some of the great names of Spain's history - Christopher Columbus or Magellan, for example, have left their names and exploits to posterity. Today's Spain has many memories and vestiges of the country's golden past - and also of the darker days and ways of its history, that can be found all over the country, often well off the beaten track.  The historic heritage and also the natural heritage of this large country are among the greatest and most varied in western Europe. 

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September 2017
5 Spaces Available
5 Days In Itaily Tour
Italy The migrations of Indo-European peoples into Italy probably began about 2000 B.C. and continued until 1000 B.C.From about the 9th century B.C. until it was overthrown by the Romans in the 3rd century B.C. , the Etruscan civilization was dominant. By 264 B.C. , all Italy south of Cisalpine Gaul was under the leadership of Rome. For the next seven centuries, until the barbarian invasions destroyed the western Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuriesA.D. , the history of Italy is largely the history of Rome. From 800 on, the Holy Roman Emperors, Roman Catholic popes, Normans, and Saracens all vied for control over various segments of the Italian peninsula. Numerous city-states, such as Venice and Genoa, whose political and commercial rivalries were intense, and many small principalities flourished in the late Middle Ages. Although Italy remained politically fragmented for centuries, it became the cultural center of the Western world from the 13th to the 16th century.