Switzerland, the best kept secret of Alpine riding

Welcome to our backyard!

We call Switzerland home and we are excited to take you to our favorite spots. The country has an incredible diversity of languages, food and landscapes that you will experience on this 5 day private tour for 4 people.

The whole country is a cyclist’s paradise and the itinerary will be tailor made to your motivations. There are endless options: from flat rides and rolling hills in the north to the 16 paved passes over 2,000m in the Swiss Alps such as the Tremola, the Grosse Scheidegg and the Umbrail (see our list of the best cycling climbs in Switzerland here).

The country’s cycling route network is made up of nine national and 123 regional bike routes using mostly small, perfectly surfaced roads with little traffic, so you can get away from the crowds of other popular European cycling destinations.

You will also enjoy tasty local specialities like älplermagronen, tuorta da nusch and pizzoccheri...because there’s so much more than chocolate in Switzerland!

Quiet roads, friendly cows, stunning Alpine landscapes and the best cheese in the world are part of the package. The following is also included:

  • Custom made itinerary
  • 4 nights accommodation in typical Swiss hotel (single room)
  • lunches / snacks while on the road
  • 4 dinners
  • Transfers from and to a Swiss airport (Zurich or Geneva)
  • Private guide and vehicle support
  • Energy nutrition
  • Roadbook including all the details you need to know for your trip
  • Cultural experience (cheese making, wine tasting, yodeling... you name it)

Dates: to be agreed with the participants. The best period to ride in Switzerland is from May to September.

Above: The mighty Nufenen pass

Above: The Lavaux vineyards, a UNESCO World Heritage site

Above: The Albula, one of the 16 Alpine passes above 2000 meters in Switzerland

Above: The Land of Water is a well deserved nickname for Switzerland

Above: Tremola, the cobbled pass that will blow your mind

Above: Switchback orgy on the Furka pass

Above: It can't get more Swiss than that!