From exploring rural Italy to visiting Vietnam’s rice paddies, our bestselling cycling trips will give you a flavour of what you can experience on two wheels. We understand that different people want different things from a cycling tour, whether that’s taking on the adventure challenge of a lifetime or simply seeing a new place with the freedom and flexibility a bicycle gives you.
At Exodus we have the largest selection of cycling tours out there. That’s because our staff are passionate about seeing the world by bike, and we have a team of dedicated cycling experts who have crafted some amazing two-wheeled adventures. Read about our bestselling cycling tours below.
Bestsellers – Cycling Adventure Tours
8 Daysfrom$ 2,875
Guided Group (Excl. Flights)
Follow scenic forest and ocean-side paths as you cycle the Atlantic coast of Portugal
Loved every minute of this trip. Glad I had an e-bike. Was able to bike manually most of the time but liked the ebike for the hills. Ruben was a fantastic guide, so positive, enthusiastic and informative. And Armando the van man fed us all very well and researched and accommodated for all the allergies some of the other riders had. Highly recommend throwing in extra for the lunches. Most of the ride was on paved cycle paths which made for an excellent ride. Best way travel this beautiful country❤️
It’s incredible that you can cycle along the coast from Porto to Obidos on mostly cycle paths. The views are great for the most part. It’s a shame about the destruction of the once beautiful pine forest by fire. The 5 km hill on the 3rd day was quite a challenge and several experienced cyclists in our group felt that this trip should be rated higher than it is. (There were a few other challenging hills in subsequent days). Our group always had the opportunity to ride in the van and e-bikes were available for an extra charge. Breakfasts and lunches were very good. Our van driver put on wonderful picnic spreads for us. All in all this is a great trip with a reasonable length of 5 days cycling. I felt most of us were ‘done’ by day 5. If you can add some days on at the beginning/end to relax and enjoy Portugal.