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Ride25 Tour No.3 Geneva-Milan

September 19, 2015 - 09:00
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Beginning with the breathtaking sight of Lake Geneva, this leg will cover 350 miles bringing together flat and traffic free routes, and an exciting mountain climb up the Nufenen Pass. We will also climb to the Madonna del Ghisallo, aptly known as the patron saint of cyclists, before finishing in Milan.

Ride25 Tour No.3 Geneva-Milan

June 26, 2015 - 09:00
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Beginning with the breathtaking sight of Lake Geneva, this leg will cover 350 miles bringing together flat and traffic free routes, and an exciting mountain climb up the Nufenen Pass. We will also climb to the Madonna del Ghisallo, aptly known as the patron saint of cyclists, before finishing in Milan.

Ride25 Tour No.2 Paris-Geneva

September 14, 2015 - 09:00
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Beginning in the most romantic city in the world, this leg will see you cycle 354 miles through beautiful French countryside and past Romanesque churches before finishing with a final push up into the stunning Jura Mountains.

• Four nights’ accommodation in a clean, comfortable hotel (in Sens, Semur-en-Auxios, Lons-le-Saunier and Geneva). All rooms will have twin beds and we will allocate you a room partner unless you specify who you would like to share with. (You may select a single supplement in the booking process if you prefer not to share a room)

Ride25 Tour No.2 Paris-Geneva

June 17, 2015 - 09:00
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Beginning in the most romantic city in the world, this leg will see you cycle 354 miles through beautiful French countryside and past Romanesque churches before finishing with a final push up into the stunning Jura Mountains.

• Four nights’ accommodation in a clean, comfortable hotel (in Sens, Semur-en-Auxios, Lons-le-Saunier and Geneva). All rooms will have twin beds and we will allocate you a room partner unless you specify who you would like to share with. (You may select a single supplement in the booking process if you prefer not to share a room)

Ride25 Tour No.1 Manchester-Paris

May 20, 2015 - 09:00
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From the start point at the legendary Manchester Velodrome, home to the Team GB cycle team, to the finish point at Paris’s most iconic landmark, the Eiffel tower, this route will take you through stunning landscapes. You will find yourself weaving through the rolling hills of the Peak District, the breathtaking terrains of White Cliffs Country and pedalling through the beautiful Oise valley in France. This leg is split over five days and covers 420 miles, with an average of 84 miles per day.

Ride25 Tour No.1 Leeds-Paris

May 20, 2015 - 09:00
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What better way to kick off your Ride25 adventure than by starting off in ‘God’s Own County’ at the steps of Leeds Town Hall and finishing at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris? This leg is split over five days’ cycling and covers 420 miles, with an average of 84 miles per day. As with all Ride25 tours, you will be fully supported along the way and everything will be taken care of so all you need to do is soak up the sights and enjoy the ride.

Ride25 Tour No.1 London-Paris

September 10, 2015 - 09:00
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Taking in two of the world’s greatest cities, this classic route is split across three days’ cycling with an average of 77 miles a day. We will leave behind the bright lights of London and weave our way through France’s beautiful countryside before gliding up to the Eiffel Tower and taking celebratory tourist photos. As with all Ride25 tours, you will be fully supported along the way and everything will be taken care of so all you need to do is soak up the sights and enjoy the ride.

Ride25 Tour No.1 London-Paris

June 4, 2015 - 09:00
www.ride25.com

Taking in two of the world’s greatest cities, this classic route is split across three days’ cycling with an average of 77 miles a day. We will leave behind the bright lights of London and weave our way through France’s beautiful countryside before gliding up to the Eiffel Tower and taking celebratory tourist photos. As with all Ride25 tours, you will be fully supported along the way and everything will be taken care of so all you need to do is soak up the sights and enjoy the ride.

Fancy cycling somewhere different? Try the new 7,000km Iron Curtain cycle path

If you fancy a little historical interest with your cycling, you may want to plan your next riding holiday around the 7,000 Iron Curtain trail, following the route of the symbolic division between East and West.

The partition, which lasted 40 years and was dismantled just a quarter of a century ago, is being revived as a cycle path, from, as Winston Churchill famously put it in 1936 "from Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent," - and a little further.

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