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Whatever the time of year, there's always a perfect cycling destination somewhere. Here's our pick of trips departing over the next few months.

Whatever the time of year, there's always a perfect cycling destination somewhere. Here's our pick of trips departing over the next few months.

Atlas Descent

The Atlas Mountains provide an unrivalled off-road experience through a striking landscape of jagged mountains and gorges. Along the way you’ll pass through quiet Berber villages,

palm-?lled oases and cultivated valleys. There are approximately 6,000 metres of exhilarating descents to enjoy, mainly on dirt tracks. There’s also time to relax on the beach and try a traditional hammam bath (if you dare!).

(Trip code: MMA)

Difficulty Rating: Challenging

Cycling the Dalmatian Coast

The beautiful islands of Hvarand Korcula provide an idyllic setting for cycling. Surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, the islands feature tiny mediaeval walled towns, pine forests, secluded beaches and breathtaking views. Staying in one hotel on each of the islands you’ll set out each day on circular rides to take in the best of the scenery. Back on the mainland there is time to explore the historic walled city of Dubrovnik.

(Trip code: MVJ)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate

Cycling the Cape & Winelands

Discover the wild coastline, famous vineyards and semi-arid desert of South Africa’s stunning Cape area. Using mostly good tarmac roads, cycling time in the various regions is optimised with transfers in the support vehicle. Cycle to Africa’s most southerly point, see penguins at Boulders Bay, and have your photo taken at the Cape of Good Hope. From July to November Hermanus provides excellent land-based whale watching opportunities.

(Trip code: MZC)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate

Pyrenees Singletrack

Get well off the beaten track on this off-road cycling adventure in the Central Pyrenees. The scenery makes the effort well worthwhile as you cycle on singletrack trails surrounded by ?ower-?lled meadows and soaring snow-capped peaks through forests and over streams. At the end of each day you return to La Feniere, Exodus’ cosy mountain lodge near Luchon. Many of the best rides start minutes from the front door!

(Trip code: MWP)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate/Challenging

Petra & Wadi Rum by Bike

Using mostly quiet tarmac back-roads, this trip takes you to Jordan's most stunning locations. The magni?cent rock-cut city of Petra is simply amazing and there are two full days to explore and admire its intricately carved facades. Float in the Dead Sea and snorkel over the Red Sea’s colourful coral reefs. The spectacular desert scenery of Wadi Rum provides the perfect place to relax and indulge in a spot of star gazing.

(Trip code: MXW)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate

Classic Cols of the Tour De France

Test your cycling prowess on the same routes used in the Tour de France. The challenging itinerary takes in eight of the most famous cols with the option of doing some more. What goes up must come down and the exhilarating descents make the effort well worthwhile. The 9th July departure coincides with the actual Tour de France and you will get the opportunity to cycle some of the route as well as watch the professionals in action.

(Trip code: MWF)

Difficulty Rating: Challengin/Tough

Cycling Cuba

Uncover Cuba’s intriguing culture and history as you cycle on roads through colonial towns, tobacco plantations and along the beautiful Caribbean coastline. In Havana, 1950s cars cruise past its monuments, cathedrals and palaces. Santiago is steeped in historically important events and has a lively nightlife of music and dance. Quieter rural areas provide an insight to a different side of Cuba including the jungle-clad Sierra Maestra Mountains. Our trips also bene?t from non-stop direct ?ights from London to Havana.

(Trip code: MAH)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate

Lhasa to Kathmandu Ride

This is the ultimate cycling challenge! Adventurous cyclists will relish the opportunity to enjoy the majesty of the Himalayan scenery from a bike. Riding both on- and-off road, often at altitude, you will travel through a landscape of brilliant skies, towering snow-capped peaks and rugged beauty. You’ll get great views of Everest’s north face and get to Base Camp itself. There's acclimatisation time in Kathmandu to help ensure you can make the most of the steep ascents and exhilarating descents.

(Trip code: MCT)

Difficulty Rating: Challenging/Tough

Cycling Vietnam

Cycle through Vietnam’s most scenic and culturally interesting areas, enjoy its fabulous cuisine and meet the friendly local people. Journeying north, parallel to the beautiful coastline, you'll cycle through tea and coffee plantations, bright green paddy ?elds and small villages. Take a boat trip amongst the towering limestone peaks of Halong Bay, have clothes made to order in Hoi An and cycle over the spectacular Hai Van Pass.

(Trip code: MOV)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate
 

Cycle Through Siena & Chianti

The olive groves, cypress trees, vineyards and terracotta-tiled roofs of Chianti create a classic Tuscan landscape, best appreciated from two wheels. Roads are quiet, the food and wine are excellent and the towns bursting with classic Renaissance architecture. There’s plenty of time to relax and enjoy the scenery plus a whole day free to explore the delights of Gothic Siena. Along the way you’ll pass through quaint villages well off the usual tourist trail.

(Trip code: MWI)

Difficulty Rating: Moderate/Challenging

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