A Corporate Cycling Trip to the Pyrenees to Ride and Watch the Tour de France

 


When you think of corporate trips, you probably think of team bonding in a wet muddy field, a golf day, or expensive prawn sandwiches high up in a corporate box to watch the football.

Here at Bikecation we like to do corporate trips differently. We offer you a fully supported relaxed environment to chat and do business both on the bike and in the bar!

We’ve just come back from a trip to the Pyrenees. Staying in the Hotel Alba, on day one we rode two of the classic climbs in the area, the Hautacam and Pont de Espana, and followed up with a classic Tourmalet loop. On the Friday we watched the Tour de Fracne depart Lourdes and then jumped on the valley cycle path to watch them as they started their ascent of the Aubisque and Geraint Thomas cemented himself into the yellow jersey.

Our corporate trips are popular with companies who want to reward their staff, or look after special clients. We can do one day UK events or multi-day breaks, and we always make sure you can get back to check your e-mail, or incorporate coffee stops for those all-important conference calls!

Corporate cycling tours are a great way to energise your work force and build a stronger team ethic whilst also having fun and getting fit. We have a vast knowledge base on creating bespoke corporate tours in various different destinations around the world and would be happy to help organise your corporate cycling tour.  To receive a completely tailor-made quotation for your corporate group fill in click below and one of our cycling experts will be in touch! Or forward this e-mail to the person who does your corporate hospitality and give them a gentle suggestion that corporate trips are better by bike.  

 

Itinerary


This is an example Itineray. We can tailor the itinerary to your exact needs upon request. 

Day 1

Arrive late from the UK and check into the Hotel. A meal for the guests was organised for those not on the late flight from Heathrow.

Day 2 and 3

Two days challenging but fun riding, first the the Pont de Espana, then the Hautacam and the next day the Tourmalet 

 

Relive 'Point de Espana and Hautacam'

Day 4

A day off the bike and watching the Tour de France wizz through town, before flights home the next day. 

 
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