Bike Weekender – The Short Break Road Cycling Holiday Specialist

STORY BY admin 26th April 2018

The specialist short break operator Bike Weekender have built upon a successful 2017 Summer, and are already looking forward to Summer 2018 with a full programme of road cycling weekends in an expanded choice of locations across France.

Between May and October guests can choose to ride the classic Tour de France cols or a wide choice of superb road cycling routes in the French Alps, Provence, Mont Ventoux and the Cote d’Azur.

With a full summer programme of Thursday to Monday 4-day weekends, these holidays are available to book for individuals, couples, groups etc. Small groups of just 6 people can take advantage of a fully customised solution with longer tours also available.

Bike Weekender’s philosophy is one of convenience and service, allowing maximum time on the bike with minimum hassle. To this end all Bike Weekender’s packages include:

  • Airport transfers
  • Bike-friendly half-board hotel accommodation
  • Full vehicle support from experienced team for all ‘Classic’ breaks
  • Route selection advice, GPS and route cards for all ‘Lite’ breaks
  • Quality Scott CR1 bike hire available


“It’s great to be able to mix our experience of offering convenient ski short breaks with Ski Weekender and our love of cycling with Bike Weekender. This area has so much to offer road cyclist of all ability levels, and in 4 days we can fit in a lot of riding with a variety of rides and climbs each day.

“Our weekends are perfect for weekend riders looking to come and try the Alpine climbs for the first time, or perhaps tick off iconic climbs such as Mont Ventoux or Alpe d’Huez” says Paul Turnbull, Managing Director.


Bike Weekender’s home are the Aravis Mountains – set back in the hills behind Lake Annecy – around the traditional mountain resorts of La Clusaz and Le Grand Bornand.

Their own chalet-hotel base is just an hour away from Geneva and provides a perfect home-from-home for cyclists, with so many great routes available from the door. It sits at the foot of both the Col des Aravis and Col de la Colombiere – both regular Tour de France climbs.

Prices start from £395pp for the ‘Lite’ weekends and £545pp for the fully-supported ‘Classic’ weekends.

For full details of the range of trips offered for 2017 and 2018 please visit:


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