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An amazing cycling destination Italy

Italy is one of the world’s most celebrated tourist destinations and the host to one of the worlds most famous cycling events, the Giro d'Italia. If you’re planning on cycling there you will not be disappointed.  It has it all; a beautiful and diverse landscape that will match all cycling abilities and desires. Enjoy the spectacular cities that boast exciting and acclaimed architecture; ruins from the Roman Empire; breathtaking churches from early middle-ages and the Italian Renaissance architecture from the early 1500s. 

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Group Cycling Holidays and Training Camps

 

What are the benefts?
The advantage of creating your very own group is you not only get to ride with your friends and like-minded people but you also qualify for great discounts with Mollydoo. Above all we can ensure everything is covered, from researching, planning and booking your group trip and the peace of mind that you will be 100% financially covered and ATOL protected by Mollydoo.

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Cycling Holidays and Training Camps, Are you Protected?

Cycling has become a massive sport in the UK, especially with the success of British cycling, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and now Lizzie Armitage winning the world road title!

This success means more and more people will take up cycling and as part of their winter and spring training, they will without any doubts head to the likes of Spain, Italy and France for a bit of training in the sunshine.

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Family time and cycling holidays

No, we don't mean the atcual physical challenge or the training but more of, how do you squeeze the time to go and stick within the budget, if you have a family? Cycling as we all know is addictive and getting the right balance can be a challenge, especially if you have a family.

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The longest ascent from sea level in Europe

Tenerife boasts the highest mountain in Spain at a magnificent height of 3,700 metres. Bradley Wiggins put his mark on this island in 2012 as he prepared his body and mind for his dual win, the Tour and Olympics. You can reach as far as 2,350 metres on your bike, then if you want to reach the top, then it’s a cable car, I’m afraid. Once at the top, there is plenty to take in, including the red volcanic rocks and famous Parador hotel, where team sky made their home for their altitude training.

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