Trans-Pyrenees Cycling Challenge in France

8 Days, Multiple Departures

Trans-Pyrenees Cycling Challenge in France
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Summit 13 Pyrenean Cols, including the Tourmalet, Aubisque, Aspin, and Peyresourde. Prepare for stunning scenery, hard climbs, spectacular descents and breathtaking days in the saddle. The Eat Sleep Cycle team will be there to support you every pedal stroke of the way.

Stay in a different location each night as you make your way across the Pyrenees (Girona, Pobla La Lillet, Sort, Bagnères du Luchon, Saint Savin, St Jean Pied du Port and finally San Sebastian). All hotels and guesthouses have been hand selected to provide the most comfortable experience, each with their own unique style and features and all with high-quality facilities and friendly staff.

Start the day with a breakfast buffet at the hotel, then enjoy a quick lunch served by the support team, and stay fueled all day with ride nutrition from the support vehicle. Dinner is served at hotels and local restaurants where you can taste three-course Catalan, French, Basque and Spanish cuisine en route. On an Eat Sleep Cycle tour, we take care of everything so you can savour the ride of a lifetime.

Duration: 8 days
768 km
Average Distance x Day:
110 km
Average Time x Day:
5 hours 29 minutes


The Tourmalet

The Peyresourde

The iconic ‘Circle of Death’ Tour De France route

Rolling roads in the Basque Country

Delicious cuisine from four different regions

Is this tour for me?


Rated 3 out of 4 our Advanced tours are designed for people who ride regularly and want back to back challenging days on the bike. Riders should be confident riding in a small group, comfortable on extended climbs (at your own pace) and have good bike handling skills on corners and descents. E-bikes are available on all of our tours.

About The Host


Josep is from a small city in Catalunya called Reus. He loves cycling and has a passion for sharing cycling experiences with others.


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