Haute Route - Dolomites 2022

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In 2011 twowheeltours attended the first ever Haute Route event

Since then we have partnered with the Haute Route to offer the most comprehensive packages to the 3, 5 and 7 day events

Our focus is you and your success in Reaching New Heights 



The extras twowheeltours provides for the best possible experience:

Airport Transfers, Accommodation

Massage, Mechanic

Bike Servicing, Full Board

Cars & Bags on Course, Staff at Rest Stops, Starts & Finishes

Ride Nutrition & Non Rider Partner Program



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Refunds or Transfers are given for any cancellations due to COVID-19.

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Course Map 2022

HR Dolomites Map 2022

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Start City for the Tour : Milan / Bormio 

Finish City for Tour : Cortina / Venice 

2022 Event 

Nine Day Fully Catered Package:

Sunday 28 August - Monday 5 September 2022


We can organise packages for any length of days - please email us for more details


Five Day Race:

Rego : Monday 29 August - Saturday 3 September 2022

Profile Map 2022

HR Dolomites Profile 2022


Costings for Riders and Non Riders : see tab below PACKAGES & PRICE


In 2022 We Will Have Very Limited Number of 

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Come join us for the Haute Route Dolomites in 2022


twowheeltours will continue its alliance with the Haute Route and offer a Fully Catered Package for riders competing in the  cyclosportif. We cannot wait to offer our clients the best possible service as they ride in the majestic UNESCO Dolomites region and over to Bormio


In 2022, riders will cycle ~450km and climbing almost 14,000m+ during the five day cyclosportif


twowheeltours offers a limited number of riders an unbelievable experience for the Haute Route Dolomites Event


If you are going to do any Haute Route - do it in style and comfort. twowheeltours takes pride in making sure all our riders need to do is focus on the event. We have our own masseur, mechanic, bag logistic manager, cars on course and tour manager who rides the course with our riders


Conjuring images of vast pine forests crashing into immense limestone towers, it’s little wonder why this land of epic contrast has become one of the world’s most important cycling destinations. Tick off countless bucket list summits and unforgettable climbs above 2,000 metres in five days racing point-to-point from Bormio to Cortina


twowheeltours has been associated with the Haute Route since its inauguration in 2011


We also offer a NON RIDING partner program - imagine your own multi-lingual tour guide, taking you to cultural and architectural highlights of the region then meeting up with the riders after each stage at the best local restaurants


Are you up to the challenge? 


Highlights for the riders

  • Opportunity to ride eight days
  • 20 > 125k days on offer 
  • All rides with a guide and support vehicle + photographer
  • During the event there will be twowheeltours support vehicles on course
  • Our own mechanic and masseur on staff
  • All bag logistics - inlcuding on course ride bags
  • Amazing food
  • Whether you are riding or racing the Haute Route - twowheeltours will support you


Included on tour

  • Pick up from Milan Malpensa (MXP) or Linata (LIN) at the start of the tour
  • Drop off to Venice (VCE) or Treviso (TSF) Airport at the end of the tour
  • Up to 8 nights and 9 days on tour - we can organise any extra nights pre / post event to suit you needs
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners 
  • Laundry
  • Accommodation in top level hotels
  • Support vehicle includes tools, pumps, cooler with drinks plus fruit and snacks


2022 Haute Route Dolomites Stages and Itinerary


2022 Haute Route Dolomites


Tuesday 30 August 2022

Bormio – Passo Stelvio : THE LEGEND

84km/3300 m+


The 2022 Haute Route Dolomites will kick off with a truly epic stage encapsulating two all-time classics. Heading out of the town centre of stunning Bormio, riders kick off the five-day race with the spectacular climb to Passo Umbrail. Passing through narrow tunnels and crossing high above rushing torrents, riders wind up to the Swiss border at 2510m. After dropping down into Switzerland via the stunning descent to Müstair, it’s time for the big one: Stelvio. Undoubtedly one of the most famous climbs in cycling, the 48 mythical switchbacks of Stelvio are the ultimate test for cyclists and an unforgettable opener for the 2022 edition of Haute Route Dolomites.


Wednesday 31 August 2022

Bormio – Passo Predaia : THE ONE WITH IT ALL

120km/3000 m+


If one stage could bring together all the best things about riding in the Italian Alps, this is it. Ramping up the distance for the second stage of the race, riders will set out from Bormio with eyes set on the legendary Gavia. The rugged beauty of the climb from the north side of the col is matched only by the descent on the spectacular south side. Topping out at 2621m, high above the tree line, there’s no other quite like the Gavia. Riders will continue on to the climb to Passo del Tonale before a long, rolling descent all the way to Trento, watching the landscape transform from barren alpine moonscapes to lush green valleys, passing through traditional villages perched on the hillsides, surrounded by abundant orchards. For the icing on the cake, riders will finish this 127km stage at the spectacular Passo Predaia.


Thursday 1 September 2022

Trento – Monte Bondone : THE TIME TRIAL

20km/1450 m+ 

After two massive stages, all attention will turn to one epic uphill assault in the time trial from Trento to the iconic Monte Bondone. Immortalised in the 1956 Giro d’Italia by Charly Gaul’s incredible ride for the GC lead in the most extreme of conditions, the climb to Monte Bondone is the perfect battle ground for the Haute Route Dolomites time trial.


Friday 2 September 2022

Trento – Passo Falzarego : THE BIG ONE

139km/3800 m+

The biggest stage of the week brings together two mega climbs with some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Dolomites. Stage Four starts with the long, gradual climb along the Val di Cembra before arriving in the Val di Fiemme to attack the San Pellegrino pass. A beautiful climb alternating between steep ramps and easy sections, San Pellegrino culminates at a stunning plateau. Following a steep, fast descent, riders will follow the shores of Lago di Alleghe to the last climb of the day; the spectacular south side of Passo Falzarego.


Saturday 3 September 2022

Cortina d’Ampezzo – Tre Cime di Lavaredo : THE SHOWSTOPPER

95km/ 3300 m+

This jaw-dropping stage from Cortina d’Ampezzo is the perfect finale to this epic week of racing in the Dolomites. With four iconic climbs on the menu - three of which climb to over 2000m - this 95km stage is not pulling any punches. Starting out with the simply spectacular loop to Passo Falzarego at 2105m and Passo Giau at 2236m, riders receive the full Dolomites experience with immense limestone walls towering above the road in every direction. After the second descent, riders will then pass back through Cortina d’Ampezzo and over the Cimabanche pass before heading onto one of the most anticipated climbs of the race. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo is an absolute showstopper and a dream finish line for the 2022 Haute Route Dolomites. If the 19% ramps don’t take every single rider’s breath away, the view in the final turns will. Indeed, the reward will be more than worth the immense effort, with the three stunning peaks – undoubtedly one of the most recognisable landforms in the Dolomites – towering above the finish line.


The highlights for the 2022 Dolomites event :

  • 7 cols of over 2 000 metres in 5 days of racing
  • Passo Umbrail, Passo dello Stelvio, Passo Gavia, 2x Passo Falzarego, Passo Giau, Tre Cime di Lavaredo
  • 465km of riding
  • 12 cols/climbs
  • 14550m of vertical +


HR Dolomites Profile 2022


Below is information from the 2021 Event

HR Dolomites 2021 Profile


Village Grand Depart: Cortina d'Ampezzo / Monday 30th August 2021


Stage 1: Cortina d'Ampezzo > Cortina d'Ampezzo / Tuesday 31st August 2021

95km / 3,400m

Heading out of the beautiful mountain-resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo, riders have four iconic climbs to conquer for the first stage of the 2021 Haute Route Dolomites. First up is one of the Giro d’Italia greats: Passo Giau. Whilst the route takes the peloton up the ‘easier’ north side with its broad sweeping switchbacks, riders should be careful not to go too hard on this 15.7-kilometre climb as there is still a big day ahead.


After the descent down the south side and through the valley, the peloton face a smaller climb to warm the legs back up for the upcoming Passo Falzarego, where riders will once again climb to over 2,000m+. After the descent, riders will then pass back through Cortina d’Ampezzo and over the Cimabanche pass before heading onto one of the most anticipated climbs of the Haute Route Dolomites.


The Tre Cime di Lavaredo proved to be a showstopper for the Haute Route Dolomites 3-day event in 2019 and will be sure to once again take every rider’s breath away this year – both literally and figuratively. Despite the misleading average gradient of 7.5%, the steepness of the final four kilometres is quick to creep up on you, and riders will battle with sections rising up to 19% to get to the finish line. The reward will be more than worth the hard effort, with the three stunning peaks – one of the most recognisable landforms of the Dolomites – towering above the finish. 


On the un-timed transition back to the Event Village, riders should prepare for a short climb to Passo Tre Croci before an easy roll back into town to recover ahead of the next stage.


Stage 2: Cortina d'Ampezzo > Trento / Wednesday 1st September 2021

135km / 2,350m+


Starting again from Cortina d’Ampezzo, the second stage of the Haute Route Dolomites begins with an early climb up Passo Falzarego. Approaching from Pocol, this climb will be a good leg test for riders after yesterday’s hilly stage. Who went out too hard yesterday and who is going to pay for it today?


Cencenighe Agordino marks the start of the Passo Valles climb as the road ramps up to an average gradient of 9% for several kilometres. Sharing the same road as the climb to Passo de San Pellegrino, the gradient drops back down for a short while crossing the village of Falcade. After the village, riders can expect little let-up, with the gradient rising to an average of 9% as the peloton turns off to the left towards the Passo Valle summit.


At the summit, riders will enjoy the beautiful panoramic views before descending down through Paneveggio Natural Park and alongside the stunning Lake Paneveggio to the finish line at Predazzo. 


At the finish line, riders can relax and take their time to re-group with other riders before the 70km ride to the Event Village at Trento. This is a great chance to take in the beautiful surroundings, chat with new friends in the peloton and spin out the legs to quickly tick off the transition miles. This is what riding point-to-point is all about!


Stage 3: Trento > Bormio / Thursday 2nd September 2021

116.2km / 3,600m+


Starting from Trento, the peloton will enjoy ticking off some easier miles for the first section of this stage of Haute Route Dolomites, particularly ahead of the epic finish up Passo Gavia. Riding through the valley and along the River Noce, riders will turn off after the town of Pelizzano and prepare for the first major climb of the day up Passo Tonale. 


This climb is steeped in history and known as the road of the White War – a mountain war between the natural border of Italy and Austria during WW1. With an average gradient of 6%, riders can get into a good rhythm up this climb as they work their way to the ski resort of Tonale. Look out for the WW1 fort at the summit, before descending down the other side and continuing on towards Passo Gavia. 


The Gavia climb isn’t one that you can ease into, with the gradient ramping up to 9% as you pass Ponte di Legno. This 17.3-kilometre climb is undoubtedly tough, but you will be rewarded for your work with beautiful views of snow-capped mountains at every turn. Seven kilometres into the climb, the road narrows through the forest and with that comes a steeper gradient, including one section at a punchy 16%. 


Ticking off a true bucket-list climb, we are sure riders will be including this as one of the highlights of the week. After finishing on a high, riders can then enjoy the transition to the stunning mountain town of Bormio.


Stage 4: Bormio > Bormio / Friday 3rd September 2021

83.4km / 3,274m+


Heading out of the beautiful town centre of Bormio, riders will wind out of the valley and get straight into the first climb of the day. Passo Umbrail shares the same road as Passo Stelvio for the first 18 kilometres, before branching left three kilometres before the summit to finish. 


Snaking their way up the climb, riders pass through a series of narrow tunnels. Atop Passo Umbrail at 2,510 metres above sea level, riders can then take time to refuel before making their way down the untimed descent into Switzerland for one of the toughest and most famous climbs there is. 


The start of the Stelvio climb from Prato allo Stelvio almost leads you into a false sense of security, with a gentle start for the first eight kilometres as riders start to tick off the 48 ‘tornanti’. Soon after, the climb ramps up to 8% with a final 1.5 kilometres at an average of 9.5%. 


This epic 24.3km climb rises over 1,808m to finish at the summit (2,761m). After a big week on the bike, this will be a great test for the mind and body and one of the last big efforts before completing the 2020 edition of the Haute Route Dolomites. 


With just the time trial left the following day, riders can enjoy the descent back down into Bormio to prepare for an all-out effort.


Stage 5: Bormio > Cancano / Saturday 4th September 2021

15km / 750m+


Having ticked off some incredible cols for the 2021 edition of Haute Route Dolomites, the time trial stage up Laghi di Cancano will be the perfect way to sign-off an unforgettable week. This climb featured in the 2020 Giro d’Italia course and for good reason. The uphill time trial will see riders wind up the switchbacks, with the Fraele towers rising above them. As riders pass the tower, prepare for an all-out blast to the finish line at spectacular Lago di Cancano.


HR Dolomites 2021 Map



Details About Our Nine Day Tour:

Our twowheeltours riders have the chance to arrive into Milan Malpensa (MXP) or Linata (LIN) on the Sunday, the day before the Haute Route registraion in Bormio. We will transfer our riders to TBC which is ~1:00 to ~1:30 hours from the above airports, respectively. There we will spend one night before heading up to Bormio.


In TBC we will build the bikes and do an afternoon ride and then a morning ride to 'warm-up' before the event, which begins on the Tuesday.  


In Conegliano, Cortina d'Ampezzo and the other stops along the way, we will stay in top-level accommodation. Conegliano is famous for its wine and rolling hills while Cortina d'Ampezzo is well known for its quaint mountain village, a beautiful place where the Haute Route will start its first 5 day Dolomites race in 2021.


On the Saturday after the final stage, we will spend the night in Bormio to relax after a tough 5 day event and have a celebratory meal. Our tour officially concludes on the Monday in Milan.


Highlights will include:


  • Pre-event rides to make sure all is working with the bikes and to warm up
  • Top level accommodation
  • Pick up from Venice Airport (VCE), Treviso Airport (TSF) or Mestre Main Train Station at the start of the tour
  • Drop off to Milan Airports or Milan Main Station at the end of the tour 
  • Pro-level support including twowheeltours cars on course, and our own dedicated mechanic and masseur 
  • Tour manager who will be riding the course with our clients
  • All meals included  


Conditions in August in Cortina D'Ampezzo average 10 - 21°C 


Conditions in September in Bormio average 6 - 17°C 


Here is the outline for the first and last days on the twowheeltours fully catered nine day tour:


Day One

Arrive Venice Area

Sunday 29 August 2021

2:00pm Tour Officially Begins 

Transfers on offer throughout Wednesday from Venice Airport (VCE) or Treviso Airport (TSF), Mestre Main Train Station and Mestre/Venice Hotels

Drive from VCE to Conegliano (40 min / 50km) and check-in at our accomodation 

Build bikes

Afternoon Loop ride from our hotel

Ride distance ~30 > 40 km & Total Ascent 400M+

Dinner and Accommodation in Conegliano


Day Two

Monday 30 August 2021

Morning ride in the Conegliano area

Ride distance ~30 > 40 KM & Total Ascent 700M+


Transfer from Conegliano to Cortina d'Ampezzo 1:30 / 100km

Haute Route Rider Registration in Cortina d'Ampezzo

Dinner and Accommodation in Cortina d'Ampezzo


Day Three to Day Six

Tuesday 31 > Friday 3 September 2021

Haute Route Stages : see above for more information


Day Seven

Saturday 4 September 2021

HR Stage 5

Dinner and Accommodation in Bormio


Day Eight

Sunday 5 September 2021

Morning recovery ride 

Transfers on offer from Bormio to Milan Airports or Milan Main Train Station

Lunch in Bormio for those on the 9 day pacakge

Dinner and Accommodation in Bormio


Day Nine 

Departure Day

Transfer from Bormio to Milan Airports or Milan Main Train Station

Drive to Milan 3 hours


For the full itinerary - please email us info@twowheeltours.com.au

2022 Dolomites + Pyrenees Packages & Price

2022 - HR Dolomites & Pyrenees

5 Day Races : 9 Day Packages

  • Top Level Accommodation
  • Fully Catered Tour
  • Airport, Train Station or Hotel Transfers on tour days 
  • Luggage logistics 
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinners plus drinks
  • Masseur on the twowheeltours staff
  • Mechanic on the twowheeltours staff
  • Staff on course at rest stops
  • Laundry
  • Single Occupancy
  • More details listed in the Haute Route FAQ Tab






  • 9 Days €4,899 INCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • 9 Days €3,550 EXCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • -€480 for twin share


  • 8 Days €4,619 INCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • 8 Days €3,270 EXCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • -€420 for twin share


  • 7 Days €4,339 INCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • 7 Days €2,990 EXCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • -€360 for twin share


  • 6 Days €4,059 INCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • 6 Days €2,710 EXCLUDES HR Race Entry
  • -€300 for twin share




  • Payment dates:

50% to confirm your place

Second Depoist, if doing more than ONE tour, due 20 December

Final payment due 20 April

All payment details are outlined on your statement 


Prices subject to change due to early bird rates


Contact info@twowheeltours.com.au for more information


2022 Dolomites Accommodation

2022 details

Dolomites Hotels

twowheeltours prides ourselves on starting and ending our fully catered tours in the best possible accommodation.


Further information on the hotels where twowheeltours stays during the event is available to our clients. If you would like details on those hotels please send us an email.


Event Hotels 

In Bormio we will stay in the beautiful and homely Baita dei Pini a **** Star Hotel. 


We cannot wait to get back to stay here. They have a great restaurant on site and it is very close to the Stage start and finishes.


In 2022 our riders on the full nine day tour will spend three nights in this great hotel.


Baita dei Pini Front 2022



During our two nights in Trento we will be staying at the Hi Hotel. Set close to the old town of Trento, just on the hillside, so overlooking the city, this laid-back hotel is a 4-minute walk from Buonconsiglio Castle. It is also close to the stage start and finises in the historic town of Trento. 


Hi Hotel Trento Outside


While in Cortina d'Ampezzo, our riders will be staying at Hotel Alaska.


Cortina d'Ampezzo is a glamorous ski village based right in the UNESCO Domlomites mountains. twowheeltours has been fortunate enough to visit Cortina d'Ampezzo several times during private tours and also when the Haute Route 7 day events used to pass through this beauitful town. 

Hotel Alaska is placed in a unique position of Cortina. Right in the centre of the town with all the facilities and everthing is within walking distance. The hotel offers spacious and bright rooms with private balconies and a large panoramic terrace from where you can admire the superb scenery of the Dolomites.


Alaska Hotel Cortina


Haute Route Dolomites FAQ


What will twowheeltours offer besides race entry and support?

All land based transfers from the closest Main Airport &/Or closest Main Train Station &/Or Hotel in the closest Main village/city on tour days. 


Join twowheeltours during the five day event and spend night(s) either side of the event so that you are well prepared for the Haute Route Dolomites. Come join us for our 9 day tour in combination with the five day event. We can also offer shorter tours if you would like, click the amount of days you prefer on the booking page.


What staffing does twowheeltours provide?

We have been fortunate enough to be at all HR 7 day events since 2011, that is all of them. We take pride in making sure all our riders need to do is focus on the event. We have our own masseur, mechanic, bag logistic manager and tour manager who rides the course with our riders. 


What will the event look like? 

This five day race will include different formats which are still to be confirmed at this stage. Riders can expect to see : classic stages, marathon stages and an individual time trial - ITT. The main stages should see riders complete ~100+km days and there will also be an  ITT. 


Guide Book for Haute Route Dolomites 2022

All event information will be on the Haute Route Ride with GPS App. This is a fantastic addition to the event with all details available in the one location including the GPS Courses.


The Haute Route update details on the App as required.


All riders can log in with the specific code which you will receive in the month before the event.   


From years past, they printed a document and also released it as a PDF. Here is an example from the Haute Route Oman 2019 guide book - LINK.


For a blast from the past, below is an example from 2015 of what the Guide Book looked like:



Grimpeur Magazine 

In the past the Haute Route has released magazines with featured exclusive interviews, rider profiles, event previews, unique articles, guest columns and much much more. A great resource for all Haute Route riders.


February - Spring 2019                                                            Summer 2019

Grimpeur 300 Feb 2019  Grimpeur Summer 2019


Autumn 2019                                                                                 Winter 2019

Grimpeur Magazine Autumn 2019   Grimpeur Winter 2019


Spring 2020

Grimpeur Winter 2019


GPX Files

Riders will receive the GPX files before the event. We (twowheeltours) turn them into ‘ride with GPS’ files and then email them to our riders so you can see the elevation gains etc.


EG from 2018:

Stage 1

110.7km with 3,010m


What will your Haute Route Race day will look like?

  • Wake up between 0530 and 0600 - depending on the stage start time
  • Breakfast between 0530 and 0700 - depending on the stage start time. All breakfasts are included
  • Drop your mussette(s) at reception, you will see those bags again on course/at the stage finish. In those bags you can put nutrition, extra clothing and/or leave clothing at the rest stops. For you finish bag you can pack comfortable shoes, t-shirt or wind vest and any other clothes
  • Stage start between 0700 and 0800
  • You will see on of our vehicles during each stage for assistance. Where they are located depends on each stage, taking into consideration, weather and the distance of the stage. At the end of each stage you will find a twowheeltours staff member to welcome you. You can get a cold drink, offer you something to eat, pass along your mussette and give you directions to lunch and the location of the hotel 
  • Stage finish between 1130 and 1700 
  • A hot lunch is served by the race organisers
  • HR Massages are available near the finish line. If you want a massage from the race organisers, you will need to register when you arrive. A time slot will be given to everyone, to avoid waiting
  • twowheeltours will have their own massage therapist on tour
  • Briefing for riders at 1830 in the race village - a twowheeltours representative will be at the briefing to collect information to share with you at dinner
  • Dinner with twowheeltours usually from 1830


Extras you will receive

  • Haute Route clothing
  • HR Marshals along the route and at intersections
  • Motorcycle escorts, many of whom have assisted at the TdF in years past 
  • Presence of security vehicles to escort the peloton (including a sag wagon/bus)
  • Medical team who are also on the road during the event and at each finish village
  • Mechanical support during the race and at the villages
  • Timing and tracking system
  • For your bike and for identification you will receive a personalised frame plate and official numbers to wear daily
  • Rest stops at the tops of cols and also along the route with food, drinks and energy products
  • Daily rankings (Solo, Team, and by age group and sex)
  • Hot lunch at the end of each stage
  • Each night there is a safety briefing followed by an aperitif - note twowheeltours has our own briefing at the hotel
  • Closing party held at the finishing city
  • A medal for each finisher
  • A finishing shirt 
  • A personalised certificate to download


Other benefits which are available but not necessarily needed as you are on the twowheeltours package:

  • Secure bike park at each finish village
  • Access to a bike wash area at each finish village
  • Videos produced daily and published to youtube which are shown during safety briefings
  • You will also receive a Haute Route ‘race day’ back pack 


What other support over and above that provided by the Haute Route organisation does twowheeltours offer?

We are a Fully Catered tour, we provide all land based transfers from the closest Main Airport &/Or closest Main Train Station &/Or Hotel in the closest Main village/city on tour days. 


We provide all breakfasts and dinners, drinks including alcohol, bag logistics, staff on course and also at the finish line of each stage, staff member riding the course taking photos*, laundry, non-rider partner program with their own guide and daily activities, cooler and baskets stocked with extra food and beverages post race and personalised attention. 


You will also see twowheeltours staff on course during each stage. Each morning riders will drop their mussettes / feed station bags at our hotel's reception which will be taken to the designated mountain passes / feed zones. Riders receive a back pack from the Race Organisers plus a musette from twowheeltours to be used for these bags. In these bags riders can put clothes / food / bottles etc. Each stage varies but you will usually see two twowheeltours staff members on each stage. 


The additional 'Race Bag' service from the race organisers. The rough details are - As a reminder the race bag service allows you to access extra kit your own food and any other spares at a pre-determined feed station mid-race - particularly helpful on bad weather days! Riders who purchase this service in advance will be able to pick up their customised race bag on Registration Day.
Travelling with twowheeltours means that you do NOT need this. We will have cars on course and you will have your backpack from the race organisers and also the twowheeltours musette to use on-course. Each night we will go over where our vehicles will be on course. In the morning we will have areas where you can leave you backpack or musette to be collected by you on course.

*Bring an 8G thumb drive and receive the photos for nothing at the end of the trip.  


Haute Route Video

Have you watched the HR Video on what to pack / bring? Now you will have some questions, not all points relate to you as your are on our tour and you may be on a shorter tour:


Haute Route Bag - You can take the HR bag IF YOU WANT, we give you twowheeltours luggage tags which you put on your bags, preferably two which we move everyday, one large bag and one backpack. You drop your bags to reception each morning and our team move them to the next hotel. We recommend that you take the HR (small) back pack, you can use that on course. Also, we give you another little bag which you can use for another rest stop during the stage. At reception each morning we have signs to designate where our staff will be on course and you put the bags where you want to see them. At the end of the day, our staff bring them back to the hotel.


Our staff on Course - The location of our staff on course varies each day, due to weather, distance and other logistical factors.


Bike Bag - The race organisers take your bag from Registration to the final village - ie Megeve to Nice or whichever are your start and finish villages. You can put any gear in the bike bag which you do not want to see for eight days. Many of our clients will place their HR Travel Bag (90 litres) in their bike box for a momento. There is no access to your bike bag once it is dropped off on the registration afternoon through to after Stage 7. twowheeltours will be leaving your bike box during HR in Divonne-les-Bains. 


Rules - if you DNF one stage you can still start the next stage. You may not receive a shirt at the end but you will receive a medal.


Teams information for 2022

This will replace the Duo competition within each Haute Route event.


Some riders may remember the HR used to have a team competition a few years ago and by popular demand it will make a return in 2021. The beauty of the team classification is that each rider will still get an individual time as well as an overall time for the team worked out on the fastest 4 members to finish each day.


So a group of friends/ colleagues/ members of a club can both race and have fun as a team while still knowing how they measure up against the rest of the opposition.


Team from 4 to 6 riders - Team Men only (3 fastest times counting) - Team Women only (3 fastest times counting) - Team Mixed (3 fastest times counting – 1 at least must be a female or a male).


Riders competing in Team category will also be ranked individually in Solo Man or Woman.


twowheeltours can assist in supporting your team to help reach your goals with on course support, bottles on the fly etc.


How hard is the Haute Route?

Luckily enough, I was intereviewd at the finish line of the Haute Route Dolomites 2016 event, here's what was reported:


Forty-something-year-old Sydneysider Will Levy was celebrating a unique achievement, having become the only rider to complete every Haute Route event since the first one in the Alps in 2011. “I feel good…probably better than I did after the first one in 2011, that was extremely hard because you didn't know what was going to happen with riding for 7 days in a row. It has been an amazing experience to go through from the beginning until now and on into the future. Things certainly become easier once you have one Haute Route under your belt.” 


What is Will’s advice to someone thinking of taking on an Haute Route event? “The fitter you are, the more fun you’ll have. These are not just Saturday or Sunday rides – you need to come prepared and the better prepared you are the more fun you will have,” he said.


Is it a ride or a race?

The top 50, or so, riders go hard. They do not mess around, do quick rest stops, many times miss the timed rest stops and not much chatting in the bunch. Not to say that the riders from 51 to the back of the bunch do not ride hard but there is definitely a different mentality. There is nothing worse than going hard on Stage 1 and cooking yourself for the remainder of the stages. 


Timed sections

This varies each day, there is no set rule. The Haute Route try to get as much of the day’s ride as a timed section. Some days there may be a 10km neutral ‘roll-out’ from the start while other days there may be 1km, each day is different. The weather also plays a major part, if it is wet/raining etc they may cancel the timed descents for safety reasons. 


When there are non-timed descents, riders will go as fast as they can up the hill and cross the timing mat. More than likely, there will be a feed-station at the top of that climb, where the timing will stop. These feed stations are very relaxed and people ‘hang-out’ to refuel, rehydrate etc.


Then riders usually take the descent ‘easy' and many times you will find a large group waiting before the timing mat, which is generally located at the bottom of the hill/mountain. This situation happens more-so if there is a valley or long flat section. Then someone usually takes change and decides when to roll out when the group looks ’strong enough’.


If there is a non-timed descent going straight into another timed climb, people will just roll across the timing mat as they please. 


I think I need a training program?

Each rider is different. A training program certainly helps, especially when talking to a coach who has a wealth of experience and who has completed many cyclo-sportives.


We like to encourage riders that the fitter they are, the more fun they will have. 


We have a range of coaches who we highly recommend. For further details on training programs, costs etc - CLICK HERE


Riders may also be interested in reading a paper by Geoff Nash who has written an in-depth paper on a riders power from the Haute Route Dolomites - CLICK HERE for the paper.

Geoff Nash


I would like to spend more days in pre &/or post the tour

twowheeltours is more than happy to assist with this request. Please email us on info@twowheeltours.com.au so that we can organise exactly what you would like. We are more than able to assist and we can be as flexible as you need.


You're an Australian tour company, do you have riders on your tours who are not from Australia?

We have clients on our tours from all over the world, Russia, Australia, NZ, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Czech Republic and Spain. Each year many of our riders return to do the Haute Route with twowheeltours, which is a great honour. 



All prices listed are single supplement. For dual occupancy, other than your wife, please email us on info@twowheeltours.com.au



Hotels are listed soon after the Haute Route releases the race routes. We strive to get the best possible accommodation during the race. 


Wifi - Internet Access

Our hotels all have internet. We have never had problems getting on line with multiple devices for the one person - so using your mobile, laptop etc is okay.


What about transporting my bike to the event?

Packing your bike with care and in a specific case. This is the safest way to get your bike to the start of the event in one piece. Youtube clip on how to box your bike.


Bike Bags

Will be transported by twowheeltours to and from the airport/train station or your hotel.


How do I pack my bike? 

Drop into your favourite Local Bike Store (LBS) and ask them to assist you. You could ask them to do it first then build it up, then you have a go - all for a price. Or you can become a profession via youtube - LINK. We will be there to help you build your bike. 


Which bike box should I use?

How long is a piece of string, there are SO many out on the market it is amazing, each year there seems to be something new and improved. We have used the EVOC Bike Travel Bag for the last 4 years - they have now updated to the PRO. We have used the EVOC Travel Bag countless of times for our MTB and road tours. It has NEVER had any issues, NEVER had my bike damaged and we really like it. I also have two ‘bits’ to make life a bit easier - CHAIN COVER & ROAD BIKE ADAPTOR. It may take a little longer to use this bike but once you have done with travel the bag compacts down. When boxing the bike, we would highly recommend removing the derailleur from the derailleur-tip but that takes a few extra seconds - youtube clip - this is a clip is by 'Computer' a Sydney mechanic, excuse his hair and finger nails, he really is a good guy! Other options are : Polaris do some very good models or Scicon Bags or there is the Helium one which gets great reviews OR go to your LBS and get a cardboard box.


Where can I build my bike?

We will have a designated area at the start and finish of the tour which can be used to build your bike. twowheeltours will be there to assist with the building of your bike. 


Help will be there if necessary

To assist you in building your bike there will be the required tools plus bike stand, track pumps, torque wrench, grease, chain lube, rags, plastic gloves and hand wipes.


Have you ever had troubles transporting your bike on airlines?

In many years of traveling with a bike, there has never been any issues with boxing and flying with our bikes. Note, some airlines do charge for excess baggage while others do not. We do not know the policy on each carrier but we know that United, American Airlines and Lufthansa charge for bike boxes whereas Virgin Atlantic does not so long as it is under 23kg / 50 lbs & 62” / 158cm total linear cm and Qatar / Qantas allow you to bring your bike as long as it is within your 30kg limit. Please make sure you weigh your bike before you get to the airport and it is also highly recommended that you check prices and the fine print for excess luggage (ie bike bags / sporting equipment) with whoever you are flying with. Please do this before you get to the airport.


What time does the race start each day?

Riders start each days stage from the Haute Route Village at various times depending on the length of the day's stage. The earliest has been 7:00am. On the time trial day start times differ depending on your over-all accumulated standing. That day the starts go from last to first.


What time does the race finish each day?

Again depending on the length of the day and how fast you ride. From the previous Haute Route stages finishes have concluded anywhere from 1pm through to 5pm.


Is there a minimum speed average?

Each day the race organisers set a cut off time and minimum average speed depending on the length of the stage.


What is there to do at the end of the days rides?

Relax, put your feet in a fountain, shower, eat, talk to other riders, take a nap, rehydrate, grab a massage then eat and drink some more. There is generally a reasonable amount of time to relax before dinner.


Tools and other equipment

twowheeltours will have a full tool kit for your use on the tour as per listed above including track pumps.


What should I bring?

It is highly recommended that riders bring tubes, mini tool, levers etc which you would normally take on a long ride - recommended pack list.


During the HR riders will need to be somewhat self sufficient. There is always a company associated with the event who are there to assist with mechanicals. Note, they will not change tubes for you. It is also recommend that riders bring specific spokes and derailleur tip/hanger - you will be reminded of this during the booking phase. There will be cables, chains and tires, if it gets to that point, available at stage finishes. 


What to take with you HR Oct 2019


What wheels should I bring?

Over the years we have ridden the Haute Route with the aluminium wheels, fitted with clincher tires. We would HIGHLY recommend that you leave tubular tires at home. 


For those bringing disc brakes, please make sure that you bring at least 2 sets, 4 pads in total, of brand new brake pads. 


Mandatory Haute Route Packing List

The Haute Route wants to ensure that each rider comes to the event fully prepared for colder temperatures, and not only rainy weather. In the past, some riders have shown up expecting summery temperatures and clement weather, only to almost freeze at the top of some of the cols or on some of the descents! That is why they require the five mandatory items:


Hardshell helmet

Long sleeve thermal jacket

Full finger winter gloves

Thermal overshoes

Leg warmers/leggings


The jacket needs to be ‘waterproof’ and ‘windproof’. The one which we have been using in the past Pearl Izumi Elite Barrier Jacket. We also pack a lighter spray jacket plus a gillet/vest to come away with. 


Other choices are:

Attaquer All Day Rain

Gore Stretch

Castelli Perfetto 


What role do the Roving Event Mechanics Play?

There will be around 5 staff, in a fleet of 3-4 cars, which follow the peloton throughout every stage. During the event, technicians in cars - or at fixed service points - will ensure rapid repairs in the case of any mechanical problems.


Bike servicing and washing

All riders, pre Haute Route, should have their bikes FULLY serviced including, bottom bracket wear/tear, rims checked, new tires, inner tubes, brakes and cables. At each village there are facilities to wash your bike and yes you will be able to use our tools for any of your needs. There is NO charge for any mechanical work done by twowheeltours.


Bike washing

Bikes do not need to be washed each day.  



It is recommended to have a compact crank. In previous years there have been just a few riders who had standard cranks. About what to run in the rear, ask yourself this question, do you spend much of your time riding in the granny around home? If so you'll be in it a lot during the Haute Route. Also think about climbing a mountain which is 15+ kms, that can be around 2 hours of going up. Most of our clients have a compact at the front and 11-32 cassette.


Travel Insurance 

You MUST organise your own travel insurance. You MUST make sure all aspects, amateur racing, medical, flights etc. are covered.


Do I need a Cycling Licence?

There is no cycling licence needed. A medical certificate signed by your Dr stating that you are fit for cycling is required. You will receive this once you have completed the HR registration. Once you have it signed by your Dr, you will be required to upload it to the HR website. twowheeltours can assist with this if necessary. Please make sure that you BRING the original document to the start of the tour. If you are from the EU a Cycling Licence is necessary.


Diet - Food on Trip

Travelling away from home is always an adventure. As we offer Fully Catered tours we supply you with breakfast and dinner. The race organisers supply you daily with lunch during the tour. The food will be excellent, we will experience top level meals. 


If you have eating requirements/needs please let us know when you book in the comments section and we will endeavour to meet your needs.


Sports Nutrition

Everyone has their favourites nutrition companies. Please bring along what you are happy with and what you trust.


Want more information about Specific Sports Nutrition for the Haute Route - Chloe McLeod is a Sports Dietitian who we used to help guide our clients to smarter eating for such events - more information click here


Bringing my own nutrition, any issues with quarantine?

In regards to bringing your own powders and large tubs of powders, we have had clients bring their own from home and they have never had an issue. Most put powder into a zip lock bag, leaving the big tub at home. We would not recommend for you to bring copious amounts of gels/powders etc as there may be an issue. If forms require please declare what you have in your bag. Lastly, please pack it in your checked luggage. 


Food at rest stops

At the top of each col there are 'full stations' and these have: Fresh fruit - oranges and bananas; Dried fruit - figs, apricots, sultanas; Cereal bar; Cake - savoury; Cake - sweet; Coke or cordial; Water; Energy powder; Energy bars; Energy gels - more info below.


There are also 'light stations' - these are located half way up some col's or after a long flat section. These stations have: Dried fruit - figs, apricots, sultanas; Cereal bar; Water; Energy powder.


Medical assistance during the Haute Route

Riders’ safety is the N°1 priority of the organisers of the Haute Route. Each year they entrust medical support to a team of professionals who are experienced with large endurance participation events (cyclosportives, running, trail running, adventure raids...).


The medical service on the Haute Route will be provided by a team of doctors, nurses, emergency technicians, and ambulances in sufficient numbers depending on the current rules and the specifications of the event. For medical reasons, a participant can temporarily or permanently be withdrawn from the race. A medical emergency number will be put in place so that each participant can easily, in case of a medical problem, let the Race Organisation know.


How safe is the Haute Route?

The route is not closed to vehicles, but it is secured and riders will benefit from a right of way during the timed sections of the race. Several hundred marshals will be present on the road to ensure the peloton’s safety, but ultimately YOU are responsible for your own safety whilst on your bike. It is an amazing experience seeing all the 'lollipop' men and women at the hunderds of intersections! In addition to the race management cars (head, middle and back of the peloton), motorbikes specialised in cycling races will surround the Haute Route participants.


In some regions, the Haute Route will benefit from the support of the local and State police to secure the strategic crossings. An “end of race” vehicles will close the race. All riders must respect the traffic laws:


  • To cycle on the right hand side of the road, at ALL times
  • To respect the road signs put in place by the organisation
  • To respect the traffic lights if they are not secured by motorbike or by a marshal
  • To respect other road users who are not involved in the race
  • To wear your helmet at all times
  • To display your bib on your back and your frame plate on the front of the handlebars at all times.


Most stages start with a secured and non-timed convoy of all the participants, at a regulated speed, until the real start line (when timing starts). Each rider will have to scrupulously respect the instructions given by the race management team. When the real finish line of the stage (when timing stops) is located before the arrival in a host city, riders will have to continue to abide by the traffic laws for the remaining kilometers, especially as they won’t be benefiting from any right of way.


How fast is each stage, what level of cyclist do I need to be to complete the Haute Route?

The fitter you are the more fun you will have. The race orgnisers have a cut off time for each stage. That can vary depending on the distance of the day and the difficulty of the day's stage. We have had many clients on our Haute Route tours over the years. Some have finished in the top 5 and others have finished in the bottom 5. The secret to finishing the tour is being able to complete back to back difficult rides. Also not to stop for 30 mins at the rest stops. 


If you continue to cycle for the entire stage and take note of the cut off times, posted at the tops of hills and also on one of the motorbikes, you will have a very good chance of completing the stage in the allotted time.   


Clothing and washing

It is recommended that riders bring at least 3 sets of cycling clothing. twowheeltours gives you a wash/laundry bag [WB] at the start of the tour. We will wash your kits during the tour. We will not put the WB in the dryer. On wash days there is a collection bag left near reception. Riders get their WB back before dinner. 


Other info on what to bring can be found here. Unfortunately we cannot wash all your day to day clothes. 


Is there gear that I HAVE to wear?

You can cycle in whatever gear you would like.



For the official dinners and functions - there is no dress code. Even at our welcome dinner and farewell dinner there is no specific dress code, jeans, t-shirt and sneakers are more than suitable. There is only so much you can pack.


I've booked my ticket via twowheeltours, what next?

You main focus once you have booked with us is training and booking your flights. You will be required to completed some twowheeltours paper work.


You will also be required to complete the online-entry on the HR Site.


Paper work

We require you to sign a waiver from twowheeltours. You will also be required to complete a medical form from the HR - this form will need to be completed by a Certified Doctor and stamped by them. This is MANDATORY, if you do not have this you will NOT be able to race.  You must bring it to the start of the tour.


Hotels - are the hotels used by twowheeltours different to those used by the Haute Route organisation?

As the route changes yearly this is difficult to answer. We at twowheeltours offer you the best accommodation that is available to us, some hotels are very large while others are small. 


Location of Hotels

How close is the accommodation to the start/finish? We aim to put you in the best accommodation that is as close to the start/finish line as possible. 


Non-riding partners

For non-riding partners - what activities are planned? This varies year to year. We take pride in offering those partners who do not ride the opportunity to have an enjoyable time, not just sit in the van and watch/wait for the riders. When your partner signs up we like to find out what he/she enjoys to do, whether that be hiking, visiting villages, cooking classes and/or markets and provide them with a variety of activities during the tour. Non-riding partners will catch up in the evenings with the riders. We all dine together and you will spend the night together.



Upon booking a deposit is required, all details of payments will be outlined on your invoice.


How do I make the remaining payments?

Via direct deposit, all details of payments will be outlined on your invoice. 


Payment can be made by Square Up - Amex, MasterCard or Visa* - there are transfer fees associated with Credit Card payments. Please contact us so that we can send you an invoice from Square Up.


Advice for first time Multi-Day Events


twowheeltours has been lucky enough to have been involved with events such as the Haute Route (since 2011) and the Ride Across Portugal (since 2017) - both of their inception years. Since then, we have had hundreds of riders from +20 countries join us on cyclo-sportive tours.  


Some of the most important factors to remember:


Events like the Haute Route and Ride Across Portugal have been around for years and if this is your first multi-day, welcome to the family.


The stages are not ALL about climbs, remember, what goes up must come down and then there are all those rolling hills plus flat sections where teamwork is an advantage!


Make sure you have done some bunch riding.


Also, make sure you have done some riding in the rain. Nobody likes getting wet but there is always the chance that a stage may be a damp one.   


At the end of each tour, we ask our clients for advice for those who are attempting a multi-day cycling event:


If you're into the technology, Garmin climbpro, plus a power meter and knowing your numbers makes the climbing a lot less stressful and much easier to manage. If you're not into the technology you should reconsider. GPS routing and climbpro really lets you relax and enjoy the ride, wherever you are. Also, bring all your gear. Southern Australia is not like Northern Australia. The weather can actually change a lot from day to day. If you are planning on extending your stay, I would do that after the riding, not before.

Tim - Australia


Use a Tour Operator, twowheeltours.

Paolo - Italy 


If travelling with twowheeltoursyou don't need to think of, or stress over, any details. Everything is taken care of.

Steve - Wales


Train, train and train.

Eimear - Ireland


On the bike > breathe ... eat ... drink ... enjoy!

Owen - Australia


Don't stress over anything, the twowheeltours covers everything that will be needed or unexpectedly arises.

Steve - Wales


Embrace the experience! Rain, punctures, cramp, bone-chilling cold, transfers - they are all part of what makes the Haute Route such a challenge. And talk to your fellow riders - everyone has a story to tell.

Adrian - Australia


Have the utmost confidence in the professionalism of twowheeltours and Will's staff.

Sergio - Italy


Preparation. Most important is consistent training and lots of it. Work on strength and endurance. Focus on getting the body to recover from a long day and be ready for the next.

Grant - Australia


Preparation and attention to detail. Put in the kms of training. This is not something that can be finished without true training preparation in the legs. Also, invest in a really good "butt butter" type product that works for you and figure out how to minimize saddle sore discomfort.

Paul - USA


Buy a Castelli Gabba!! [Prepare for all weather conditions]

Mark - Australia


Train - simulate actual event.

Stan - USA


Train a lot. Prepare for all weather conditions. Eat a lot on the bike. Take in the scenery.

Dave - Australia


Train, train and train to be able to enjoy the HR and not suffer every day.

Mike - Netherlands


Install a climbing cassette before you leave.

Stephen - Australia


Haute Route is a long event - bad days could be followed by good days...so take it easy the first two days and always pay attention to good nutrition.

Stefan - Brazil


Train for a solid three months including a significant amount of hill climbing. You must have a high dgree of fitness otherwise you are wasting your time. Also put on a 32 cassette. 

Noel - Australia


Don't allow the physical and psychological challenge of the HR to get in the way of enjoying the wonders associated with riding a bike through some of the most beautiful natural scenery one can find anywhere.

Paul - Switzerland


Arrive fit with experience of 10km climbs.

Geoff - Australia


Make sure you have appropriate fitness.

Dave - Australia


Train, train and then train more. If your goal is too complete a seven day event, make sure you pace yourself on the first few days and then if you feel good you can increase your effort on the later stages. If your goal is to position as high as possible I now know that you need to push yourself hard from day 1! But no matter what your goal is just try and take it all in and enjoy the moment. 

Will - UK


Trust Will’s advice and descend within your abilities.

Bruce - Australia


Pack well, have the right gears on the bike and plenty of riding in your legs. if you do not have a coach then find one. Their guidance on endurance riding, interval training and recovery is well worth the cost.

Ian - Australia


Don't worry about going hard to stay in a group as the twowheeltours guys will be there to support the first and last rider.  

Richard - Australia


Do the necessary hill training and endurance work. Use hill repeats if no long hills available.

Aidan - Ireland


Train, Prepare mentally, get use to eating a lot of food with heavy training. Learn the in’s and out’s of your bike, you will pick up early if something isn’t right.

Mitch - Australia


Don't pack too much cycling gear, there are wash days.

Graham - Australia


Train well, get a a couple of back to back days in ideally in mountain terrain.

Kieran - Ireland


Talk to as many of the group as you can - all great people with different experiences as riders and otherwise. Don't stress about the weather- you cannot change it. 

JR - Australia


Train to do the length of rides that are planned so you can enjoy them.

Mark - Australia 


Train hard. Seek advice from others. Understand you will be grinding / spinning up a slope for what main be two or more hours. Hopefully you are confident with that.

David - Australia


Keep riding, let Will tell you stories, use his energy, if everyone else is doing it you can too (in terms of fitness), relax and have fun. For Ride Across Portugal, it’s not a race it’s a ride, you literally have nothing else to do all day other than ride your bike.

Kristin - USA


Have enough training hours in your legs.

Michael - Australia


Good gearing, avoid deep dish wheels up high in the wind, and do not chase on day one. 

Stephen - Australia


It's worth getting fit for the trip rather than hoping you'll ride into it. If you're fitter and therefore don't struggle as much on the climbs you can enjoy the scenery.

Adrian - Australia


It's a 7 day race. Pace the 7 stages, save something for the end of each day and the last couple of days. For a HR 3 day event, it is lot different from HR 7 day. 3 day with add-on tourism package means you can really enjoy it. I guess only advice would be to train right ahead of time. Make sure you are ready for climbing.

Brent - USA


Relax, enjoy every day.

Greg - Australia


I want to say do it with an organised group like twowheeltours but in hindsight, I appreciate that my first HR was done with friends only, doing all the extra bits myself. It made me really appreciate the luxury of Will & crew and how much easier it made the stages. So my real advice to a first timer is to ask advice, from people that you know that have done it before. Even regarding travel and best routes etc. Understand all the logistically elements before you arrive, so that you can have fun in the race and don't have to sweat the small stuff either side of the stages. It makes the whole event more relaxed and enjoyable

Jocelyn - Australia


Go easy on day one! Don't burn all your matches on that first day.

Simon - Australia


Find an experienced coach and ask him to make a training plan for Haute Route. If the coach has done a Haute Route or done stage racing that would be better. Spend time on training as much as you can so that you will not regret. You need to do some 6+ hour days as part of your training.
Don't care about other riders who pass you. 
Keep your pace - the Haute Route is long.
Never work too hard especially on the first day.
Don't think about the upcoming passes and stages which remain, just concentrate on the climb or descend you are facing.

Kenji - Japan


Pace yourself - don't go full gas on day 1 or at the start of any stage unless you are an experienced stage racer.

David - Australia


Get a good training program that focuses on hill climbing and endurance - do the prep, ride to your ability, pace your efforts to enjoy each day. 

Michelle - Australia



We also offer a NON RIDING partner program - imagine your own multi-lingual tour guide, taking you to cultural and architectural highlights of the region then meeting up with the riders after each stage at the best local restaurants


In conjunction with and supporting the fully catered rider’s tours to all our events, twowheeltours offers partners a very special travel experience. Our Non-Riding Partner Program is led by a multilingual guide who will take you on a cultural journey covering the following highlights:


                All lunches and morning/afternoon teas

                Visits to unique historical landmarks

                Walks through National Parks

                Cooking classes at exceptional restaurants

                Casual riding on electric bikes through picturesque villages and landscapes

                Wine tasting and vineyard tours 

                Opportunity to customise the Program to your own interests


  • 10 Days €3,200
  • 9 Days €3,000
  • 8 Days €2,800
  • 7 Days €2,600
  • 6 Day Tours - these vary depending on the event location 


We also offer Non Rider Packages WITHOUT activities, where you spend days on-course. These packages are lower in price.


Please contact twowheeltours for more information and to register your interest for this unique and exciting program



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