Rider / terrain type
Our guided tours are designed to host all types of riders from cycling newcomers who prefer shorter rides to advanced riders who like longer cycling rides. Whether you are a dedicated cyclist but love a leisurely destination, whether you are a recreational cyclist, but prefer more advanced riding, our guides are eager to hear your needs and are happy to customize the tour on your comfort and preferable pace. Cyclists can rely on our support van to sweep the route or use electric-assisted bikes to quicken their pace to ride longer distances or tackle tougher climbs.
On all of our guided rides, you are welcome to use our support vehicle for any of the longer climbs or in any section of the ride you want.
Our e-bikes provide an extra boost to your own pedal power and is an excellent option if you’re travelling with friends or family who they don’t ride at the same pace, or if you love to explore the region with more challenging cycling.
Non-cyclists can still experience our favourite destinations with their cyclist friends onto the support vehicle!
Our Cycle Tour Grading System
The tour grading system provides our guests with the best approximation of the riding level of each tour and may be used as a guide. Ride profiles are an important piece of information when determining your self-guided tours, as these tours don’t have a support vehicle following the cyclists. The tour grading system becomes relative when you choose an electric bicycle.
Level 1 – Easy. Flat and very easy gently rolling hills. Elevation gain 150-200 m. Average daily distances 10-20 km, no angles, rarely 2-3 degrees. For beginners in good health, leisure & recreational cyclists, youngsters & older cyclists who prefer their tours have a bit of exercise. No ridding skills.
Level 2 – Easy to Moderate. Flat and easy gently rolling hills. Elevation gain 300-600 m. Average daily distances 20-40 km with angles 3-4 degrees. For leisure & recreational cyclists in good health, youngsters & older cyclists who prefer their tours have moderate exercise. Basic riding skills.
Level 3 – Moderate to Active. Gently rolling terrain, some hills. Elevation gain 400-1000 m. Average daily distances 40-80 km with angles 4-6 degrees. For the fit & active cyclists in good health, who seek greater challenges like rolling longer rides with some stimulating ascents. Basic to good riding skills.
Level 4 – Active to Advanced. Varied terrain, rolling, hills and climb. Elevation gain above 1000 m. Average daily distances 70+km. Some climbs with sustained angles above 6 degrees. For the more active cyclists in good health, who love to spend a large part of their vacation on the saddle, for racing & experienced cyclist. Good to high-level riding skills.
Electric trekking bikes are available for cyclists who like to ride at Level 1 & 2.
Our hiking tour Grading System
Level 1 – Easy. For beginners in good health, leisure & recreational hikers, youngsters & older who prefer their tours have a bit of exercise.
Level 2 – Easy to Moderate. For leisure & recreational hikers in good health, youngsters & older who prefer their tours have moderate exercise.
Level 3 – Moderate to Active. For the fit & active hikers in good health, who seek greater challenges.
Level 4 – Active to Advanced. For the more active hikers in good health, having high-level hiking skills.