Cycling Challenges – New short break cycling holidays

We’ve been getting a lot more requests for longer cycle rides on our cycling holidays….which we put down on the Bradley Wiggins and Tour de France effect.    So we designed some routes specifically for these customer requests (many thanks to Bob & friends).  The routes have now been tested and enjoyed…

We now have three short break cycle tours  – featuring rides of about 50 miles per day, with your luggage moved and great places to stay each night.

“At the end of a gruelling day’s cycling, the lovely hotels and guesthouses were a very welcome sight. The Radnorshire Arms was our favourite.”

With only 74 days to go, before the Grand Depart in Yorkshire, there is still time to get in the mood and take a cycling challenge, so you too can experience what the Peleton is going through. Shropshire Cycling Challenge

Shropshire Cycling Challenge - 3 day tour over the Shropshire hills to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ironbridge

Shropshire Cycling Challenge – 3 day tour over the Shropshire hills to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ironbridge

Wye Valley  & Welsh Borders Cycling Challenge

Radnor Ring Cycling Challenge

Wye Valley near Rhayader - cycling holiday with Wheely Wonderful Cycling

Radnor Ring  Cycling Challenge – 4 day cycling holiday

And if you would like a longer tour, try our Brecon Beacons cycle tour or Lon Las Cymru cycling holiday.   We are always happy to adjust the mileages to suit you….we’re just waiting for someone to say they want to ride as far as the the daily Tour de France average (110 mpd).

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About Wheely Wonderful Cycling

I organise cycling & walking holidays from our farm on the Shropshire/ Herefordshire borders. I love anything to do with cycling - and this area is the perfect place to cycle - quiet lanes, fantastic scenery, lots of history & great food. My blog aims to keep you up to date with the best places to cycle & walk in the area, and all the wonderful things to see & do whilst you are exploring by bike or foot.
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