Bike & Boat, Cycling, Weekly Cycle

Weekly Cycle: Holland Bike & Boat

7 Jan , 2016  

Holland was created for cycling. Flat easy going cycle paths meander alongside a network of picturesque waterways, windmills and tulip fields. In a nutshell Distance: Average daily distances range from 25km to 50km Grading: Easy, Easy to Moderate Where is it? Bordering Belgium to the west, Germany to the East and rugged North Sea coastline, […]

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Weekly Cycle: Land of the Conquistadors: Cycling the Paradors

31 Dec , 2015  

From the depths of winter, spring into luxury with our newest cycling trip, Land of the Conquistadors Cycling the Paradors. Each day of riding links luxury Parador hotels deep in the heart of historic Spain. In a nutshell Distance: 292km / 342 km Grading: Moderate Where is it? Extremadura, Western Spain. Why? If you enjoy […]

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Weekly Cycle: Scotland’s Castle Trail

11 Dec , 2015  

In Nutshell Distance: 155km – 305km Grading: This trip is perfectly suited for occasional to regular leisure cyclists who are comfortable with a few hills. Most days there is an option to extend your ride if you’re in an adventurous mood and no matter the distance you choose, there is always time to appreciate the […]

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Weekly Cycle: Hidden Mallorca

10 Dec , 2015  

Saddle up and get ready to see Mallorca by bike. Cycle friendly roads, 300 days of sunshine a year and fluffy pastries to keep you pedaling, Mallorca offers far more than just beaches. In a Nutshell Distance: 6 day of cycling, average daily distance around 45km-50km per day. Grading: Easy to Moderate. Cycling in Mallorca […]

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Weekly Cycle: Amsterdam to Bruges Bike & Boat

2 Oct , 2015  

Experience some of the prettiest, most culturally rich cities in Europe on this relaxing bike and boat trip in great comfort. With stops in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges, you get your fix of history, art and culture, while the remaining time is spent cycling in the idyllic countryside or relaxing on board the MS […]

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Weekly Cycle: Vermont Inn to Inn

10 Sep , 2015  

Rolling hills, quiet villages, and more than a little opportunity to indulge in good food (with maple syrup on top!). In a Nutshell Distance: Between 58 and 95 miles (you have options) over 4 nights with 3 days of cycling. Grading: Easy to Moderate. Where is it? The lower Champlain Valley in Vermont has a […]

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Weekly Cycle: Cycling Around the Cape of Corsica

19 Aug , 2015  

This week we are heading to the beautiful isle of Corsica to see what cycling opportunities await on our Cycling Around the Cape of Corsica trip. In a Nutshell Distance: 136-165 km.  There are a couple of alternatives on most days so you can gauge how your legs are feeling and tailor your daily cycle. Grading: Moderate.  There […]

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Weekly Cycle: Wine Routes of Ancient Greece

14 Aug , 2015  

This week we’re pedalling the Peloponnese region of Greece, fuelled by wine and history! In a Nutshell Distance: 222km over 6 cycling days. Grading: Moderate.  There are a couple of challenging days on this route with elevation of up to 650m, but that balances out with some relaxing days, and there are plenty of fascinating spots […]

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Weekly Cycle: Scottish Coast to Coast MTB

29 Jul , 2015  

This is one of the original Macs Adventure trips and one that still fills us with pure joy.  The C2C in England is the most famous Coast to Coast cycling trip, but here, we are not looking for fame, quite the opposite in fact. If you want a mountain bike experience like no other, if […]

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Weekly Cycle: Hadrian’s Cycleway

22 Jul , 2015  

Follow the iconic ancient Roman monument from Coast to Coast on an epic journey across England. In a Nutshell Hadrian’s Cycleway follows National Route 72, maintained by the Sustrans cycle charity organisation. Grade: Moderate Distance: The full National Route is 174 miles and includes a Cumbrian coastal section. Our route is 100 miles cross country […]

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