Tour de France 2019 - Bookings now open

  • Location

    Route to be announced in late 2018

  • Duration

    From 3 days to 25 days

  • Length

    70 - 180km daily

  • Climb

    700 - 3,500m daily

5 Jul 2018 - 29 Jul 2018

Our Tour de France 2019 tours are now open for early bookings. We are the experts in guiding passionate cyclists in riding every kilometre of this amazing race, on the same day as the event, just a few hours ahead of the pros. We're also experts in guiding a more relaxed tour in each week of the race (70-100km each stage). A bucket-list cycling challenge: whether you ride every kilometre of the Tour de France or just the best bits!

With our "Ride Every Km" tours, we're offering the opportunity to ride the entire route - every, single kilometre - on the same day as the race. You can choose to ride 3, 6, 9 or all 21 stages. You will need to be a strong cyclist to achieve this challenge, but you don't need to be an elite athlete ... ours is a journey, not a race, and we'll leave enough time on each day to enjoy our lunch breaks and photo stops. Once we cross the finish line each day, we'll sit back and watch the race as the "fight for the maillot jaune" takes place only a couple of hours after us.

If this is a bit too challenging for you, then join us on one of our more relaxed "Experience" tours, as we ride 70-100km on each of the 6-9 stages of the race. You will have more time to watch the race at the finish line, visit the VIP zones, enjoy pool-side drinks at the hotel, and explore the village we're staying in each evening.

There are very limited spaces on these tours - with a maximum of 14 riders on each tour, supported by 2 expert guides and 2 drivers / mechanics. This small group will ride together and will always have the support van close by – with drinks, snacks and dry clothing. 
Riding on the race course just a few hours before the pros, with the support of the crowds and our team, makes this an unforgettable experience.

To get an idea of our tours, read below the weekly description of the 2018 edition of Tour de France. The route of the 2019 edition will be announced in October 2018.

Total price: From - €1,650 (3 stages), €3,850 (6 stages), €5,490 (9 stages), €12,950 (21 stages)

  • "Ride Every Kilometre" of all 21 stages of the Tour de France, just a few hours before the pros ... or enjoy a more relaxing tour with our "Experience" trips, exploring the French countryside and following the Tour
  • Watch the pros fight for the yellow jersey, from the best vantage points
  • If you ride every km of a stage, you will achieve one of the world's great "bucket-list" sports challenges ... even more so if you ride 3, 6, 9 or all 21 stages!
  • Expert planning and support from our team (guides, mechanics, drivers).
  • Maximum group size: 14 (with 2 guides)
  • Bike rental available (Bianchi Infinito CV Disc)
  • 2018 Tour de France Week 1

    Noirmoutier-en-l’Île to Roubaix

    11 Days | 10 Nights (9 Stages)

    The first four stages of the Tour were held on the Atlantic coast in the Vendée-Pays de la Loire region, with a crossing of the infamous Passage du Gois which only at low tide allows the cyclists to pass. The next five stages passed through Brittany, home territory of 3-times winner of the Tour de France, Louison Bobet, and onto Roubaix, to experience 21 kilometres of cobbles. This first week was a fantastic experience on some of the legendary Tour de France routes.

  • 2018 Tour de France Week 2

    Annecy to Carcassonne

    8 Days | 7 Nights (6 Stages)

    The Tour proceeded to the Alps in the second week, and the 21-hairpin climb up Alpe d'Huez featured, as will numerous other legendary mountain passes such as Col de le Croix de Fer, Col de Colombière, Col du Pré, and Cormet de Roselend. We enjoyed some of the great climbs and descents in the French Alps, followed by three stages heading to Carcassonne.

  • 2018 Tour de France Week 3

    Carcassonne to Paris Champs-Élysées

    8 Days | 7 Nights (6 Stages)

    The Pyrenees were the highlight of the 3rd week, and we relished its greatest cycling pass, Col de Tourmalet. The finish in Paris is always a memorable experience, as we rode the cobbles on the Champs Elysées and then sipped champagne in the VIP zone to toast our achievements.