We love guiding group tours, talking about the places we visit, answering your questions with local insight, and fostering a magical group experience. We worry about safety and logistics so you can focus on the riding experience. We do all this to ensure that at the end of your trip rather than saying "goodbye," you say "see you again soon."
We have little guided dates available. That's because we operate all of our trips and you'll be 99% of the times in touch with a tour designer or a tour consultant that will later be your tour guide in Sardinia. You'll know your guide before the trip and - most important - we'll know you before we meet in person. We think this is a wonderful idea, don't you?
With the same approach we also enjoy offering self-guided tours that give you the ability to go at your own pace while still taking advantage of the information and local knowledge.
Plus, if you go for a self guided tour, you can take advantage of our luggage delivery service and even share its cost with other travelers.
Sardinia Cycling offers a punctual and reliable luggage delivery service. The price of the service is listed in each of the tour description pages. But by selecting the same dates for your adventure as other guests you can split the cost of the luggage transfer, which would make the costs very affordable.
This is the level of choice if you occasionally enjoy a bike ride and you want to match biking and visits. The tours in this category need you just prepare with some training prior to tour Average distance of tours in this category is 60 kilometers/day and 1000m/day gain in elevation.
Enthusiast level cover longer distances and add some more spikes in the elevation charts and more time in the saddle. Ideal for you who ride more than occasionally and are not afraid of some tough climbing. Average distance is 70km and average daily elevation up to 1500m.
You ride quite often and you're in search of challenging cycling, including some good meters up. Distances are above 90km and average elevation above 1600m/day. The lower limit might look low, but remember that hot weather and (often) wind make a tough ride tougher.
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