About our Cycling holidays


  • A collection of the world`s best cycling holidays
  • Road cycle the famous cols of the Tour de France 
  • Mountain bike from Lake Titicaca to Machu Picchu
  • Biking adventures from Guatemala to Gran Canaria
  • Trans-Alpine and trans-Himalayan mountain biking holidays

Cover more miles and explore more of the world's extraordinary landscapes and cultures on one of our Road Cycling or Mountain Biking holidays. Whether you fancy a Himalayan mountain bike challenge or an Alpine road riding blast in preparation for your next sportive, you will find what you are looking for amongst our global selection of biking adventures.

With a track record that stretches back almost 30 years, KE Adventure Travel has more accumulated experience of adventure cycling holidays than any other tour operator. We took the very first Muddy Fox Courier mountain bikes to Pakistan's Karakoram Mountains in 1986 and had, by the early 90`s, already set up a number of ultra-classic mountain biking holidays such as the Leh to Manali mountain bike traverse in India and the Lhasa to Kathmandu mountain bike ride in Tibet.

Subsequently, our collection of worldwide mountain bike adventures has continued to expand and diversify, with new mountain biking and road cycling holidays being established in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. Our range of popular biking adventures now includes holidays as different as Jordan's Dead 2 Red ride, Lake Titicaca to Machu Picchu in Peru, the Rajasthan Road Cycling Tour in India and the classic trans-Alp Geneva to Nice road biking adventure.

All of our cycling holidays are created by bikers for bikers and we have biking adventures to satisfy most levels of cycling ability. Our emphasis is on providing bike holidays for regular riders. When you turn up on one of our biking holidays, you know you'll be with like-minded cyclists and this makes a big difference! Whatever your interests or aspirations, we're sure to have an adventure holiday to suit - the hardest part will be choosing one!

Latest Cycling traveller reviews

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CAMB Backroads of Cambodia
Backroads of Cambodia   John (NORMANTON)

Great biking holiday. The cycling can be a bit more demanding than the grade 2 suggests due to the heat and the possible pace of the group although the back up team always are on hand to provide the option of a
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lift in the support vehicle. A great itinerary providing a variety of experiences of temples, villages and landscapes including some river trips with fascinating floating villages. An excellent local guide worked very hard to look after the group. Some accommodation was a bit unsatisfactory but our guide was anxious to receive our feedback and clearly looking to explore future improvements.
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SCMB - Santiago de Compostella by Bike
Santiago de Compostela by Bike   David (CHURCH STRETTON)

The trip was about 80% off road. All used hired bikes, which were fine. The trail conditions were very varied: sometimes moderately technical. Most days were long and arduous, with a headwind for a day on
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the plain, so you need to be cycle fit. We were allowed to ride at our own pace which was great. Advantages in October are that there are likely to be fewer pilgrims walking the trail and it was not too hot. The accommodation was well chosen and food good - sometimes with character and always comfortable. Excellent guides who made a 100% effort to give us all a great holiday. Big thanks to them both. Fun and exciting riding and a real achievement to complete the route.
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SCMB - Santiago de Compostella by Bike
Santiago de Compostela by Bike   Eleanor (ALFRETON)

I was misled into thinking we were riding a road/trail route rather than taking the walking trail. The suggested reading of Cicerone's cycling route gave that impression. The info. in the trip notes was sketchy
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and the pictures showed flat, wide tracks. There were some v. technical sections, lots of pushing the bikes and some v. steep, gravelly, rocky descents. Often the trail was wide but the section suitable for cycling was v. narrow so lots of single track riding over rough ground. The mountain bikers in the group loved it but as a road cyclist it was not for me.
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SCMB - Santiago de Compostella by Bike
Santiago de Compostela by Bike   Sarah (WAREHAM)

Great trip, varied riding conditions mostly off road (80 / 20) and varied landscape from mountains to plains to vineyards. Don't underestimate the difficulty of the ride generally between 60 - 80 miles per day
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and the weather can change very quickly as it did for us making for hard miles. Both leaders, Alfonso on the bike and Chemie driving were fantastic very knowledgeable and always on hand to help, can't fault them in any way.
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