Top Ten Biking Trails

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6. The Gran Fondo Campagnolo, Italy

The Gran Fondo Campagnolo Italy

The Italian version of L’Etape du Tour is organised by the U.C. Feltrino and takes place in the beautiful southern Dolomite region of Italy. Beginning and ending in the small town of Feltre, the trail is mountainous, but there is a choice of either 110km Medio Fondo, or the full 208km (Gran Fondo).

7. Luchon Bayonne, France

Luchon Bayonne France

Stretching from Pyrenees mountains from the towns of Luchon to Bayonne, this biking trail is truly spectacular. You also have to conquer Peyresourde pass mid way before reaching downhill. The next milestone which might take longer to reach is the Apsin pass. Then in the green valley of Saint Marie de Campan, you’ll have to overcome Osquich pass and after passing through a few hills you can reach your final destination: the beautiful town of Bayonne.

8. Route Du comte Jean ( Belgium/France)

Route Du comte Jean

Taking riders and biking enthusiasts from France to Belgium, this trail includes coastal scenery as well as many locations where you can spend some memorable nights where you can get a rare opportunity to tour through the lovely towns and villages.


9. Land’s End/John O’ Groats ( Britain)

Land’s End John O’ Groats

This ride takes more than 2 weeks usually. It is however worth the try and travelers to this part of the world should not miss taking this trail which is the most written about bicycle trip in the UK.


10. Cape Argus Pick’N’pay Cycle Tour ( South Africa)

Cape Argus Pick’N’pay Cycle tour

Hundreds of thousands of cyclists from all parts of South Africa and the globe arrive at Cape Town during March each year for taking part in the greatest and largest timed cycling event – the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour. This tour is the ending point of the annual Lifecycle Week that has something for everybody, from the multi-day stage race, the more serious contenders to a Mountain Bike Challenge, Trike and Junior Tours and the biggest health, sport and fitness Expo in Southern Africa.

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