Switzerland 

Switzerland, being a mountainous country in Central Europe, is home to many beautiful lakes, villages and alps. There is no better way to explore and breathe in the fresh mountain air than on a bicycle.

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  • A route for cyclists who know how to enjoy themselves. Perfectly marked and signed bike trails lead you through the most beautiful sceneries of central Switzerland. The route is almost continuously paved and often leads to tranquil roads or designated bike paths.Duration : 7 daysCycling Season : April to Mid OctoberInterested in this trip...
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    We look forward to bringing you on this trip in year 2021 when leisure travel resumes.Pre-register your interest for this trip with a non-refundable depositof S$10 per person. Your deposit will be doubled up and used as a saving for this trip if it materialises, on top of any Early Bird Savings. If you are no longer able to make it for the trip...
  • The Rhone route connects three completely different types of landscapes between Oberwald and Geneva. This trip offers scenic and cultural variety. The almost even terrain offers downhill rides with occasional climbs and makes it ideal for casual cyclists too.    Duration : 8 days   Cycling Season : End May to Mid October  ...
  • The Lakes-Route as the name deserves, touches many lakes along the route from its beginning at Lake Geneva to Lake Lucerne. The route leads through some of the outstanding tourist regions with great sounding names: Montreux, Gruyères, Gstaad, Interlaken and Lucerne. You have seen the most beautiful corners of Switzerland if you complete this...
  • The Alpine Panorama Route crosses the northern Alpine foreland with its many passes and gorges, tradition-rich culture, settlements and mountain farms. The strenuous, stamina-testing trip is rewarded with spectacular views.    Duration : 9 days   Cycling Season : Late May to Mid October     Interested in this trip...
  • The Jura Route with its diverse topography is aimed at cyclists with good fitness and love climbs. It has an almost “exotic” character and leads through little known landscapes in the scarcely populated region that borders country of France. The route is almost entirely done on tarmac roads and is therefore perfect for road bikes.  ...
  • The pleasant ride along the varied Mittelland Route is mostly on traffic-free paths, along lakes and rivers, through wide plains and peaceful valleys, towns and villages, industry and agricultural land.   Duration : 9 days   Cycling Season : April to August     Interested in this trip ?   < ? SUBMIT A QUERY...
  • The route is mostly flat and leads through the Swiss Mittelland. It is perfect for family cycling with children. Mostly car-free and on natural field and forest paths.   Duration : 7 days   Cycling Season : April to August     Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY > and one of our Active Travel...
  • Challenging in the beginning in the hills of Jura. The pace relax during the ride through the Mittelland and past Lake Lucerne. Uphill from Amsteg towards the pass and downhill over the cobblestones of Tremola Road. Expect some traffic around the urban centres.   Duration : 8 days   Cycling Season : Late May to Mid October    ...
  • A unique scenery awaits you in Valais. Surrounded by the most beautiful and highest peaks of the Swiss Alps, visit some of the most famous valleys and passes of Switzerland on road bike. The ride over the Alpine passes is a great challenge achievement for the fittest cyclists.   Duration : 7 days   Cycling Season : Late May to Mid October...
  • The itinerary starts with a climb across the Oberalp Pass, the region of the Rhine’s source, continue through the romanisch-speaking Surselva. Impressive views of the wild valley Ruinaulta and the rätoromanian capital Chur awaits. Then the ride relaxes as the route follows River Rhine.Duration : 7 days   Cycling Season : Late May to Mid...
  • A perfectly signposted, mostly flat cycling route, predominantly on field and forest trails far away from traffic. Some parts are left natural, but most of the cycling will be on tarmac paths.   Duration : 7 days   Cycling Season : Late June to September     Interested in this trip ?  <? SUBMIT A QUERY> and...
  • A perfectly signposted, mostly flat cycling route, predominantly on field and forest trails far away from traffic.   Duration : 7 days   Cycling Season : Late June to September     Interested in this trip ?  <? SUBMIT A QUERY> and one of our Active Travel Specialists will get in touch with you. This...
  • An easy itinerary, even for Beginners. Ride on a mixture of terrains : tarmac paths/roads and the occasional gravel trails. In the city of Locarno or Ascona, the cycle paths lead you through pedestrian areas. Slow ride to enjoy the city on wheels. There are occasional small uphills, but these are a breeze even for the seldom exercise cyclists.  ...
  • Swiss precision and quietness await you on the shores of Lake Constance, that will lead you towards the Austrian Border. Cycle on the Rhine route through the vineyards and past the impressive Rhine Gorge towards the Romansch-speaking part of Switzerland.   Duration : 8 days   Cycling Season : Late June to Early October    ...
  • Lucerne is known for the Lion Monument, the mountain pasture of Rigi and the Chapel Bridge. Still, the city has so much more to offer - picturesquely situated on the Lake of Lucerne. This city is the gate to the heart of Switzerland, the homeland of Wilhelm Tell and the founding place of the Swiss Confederation. Come and discover the heart of Switzerland...
  • The Herzroute (Heart Route) leads through the most beautiful areas in Switzerland’s alpine foothills. The secluded trails far from traffic and all hustle and bustle, are particularly appealing for exploring by e-bike. The route offers heart-warming encounters with the countryside and people.    Duration : 14 days   Cycling Season...
  • The Rhone route connects three completely different types of landscapes, from alpine to Rhone River view; Swiss countryside then cityscape and the tranquil Lake Geneva. The almost even terrain offers downhill rides with occasional rise and makes it ideal for casual cyclists too. Nowhere in Switzerland, is there more sunshine than here in the...
  • Cycle on many bike paths and on some forest and gravel roads which are in good condition. The route is slightly hilly and you will cycle up two to three moderate climbs and down many smooth descents. Duration:           8 days Cycling Season:late April – mid September (every Friday)  ...
  • Cycle on marvellously well-maintained cycle paths mainly along the rivers Inn and Adige. The total route descends from start to finish over nearly 1,200 metres in altitude. Nevertheless, small ascents will be part of the route too. You mainly cycle on bike paths (especially in Switzerland on dirt or gravel surfaces) or on asphalted rural tracks. For very...

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