Cycling Tours Australia

Australia is a wonderful place to ride a bike.  Beautiful weather, memorable scenery, and clean air make cycling a joy.  This, on top of an increasingly sophisticated gourmet food scene  and world class wines , makes Australia comparable to the famous cycling destinations of France and Italy.  Being a wide open landscape, there is any number of itineraries that can be put together to create an amazing cycling experience.  Tour de Vines offers tours in Victoria , South Australia , NSW , Queensland and now Tasmania .

Our cycling tours are tailored for the occasional and intermediate rider.  We prefer using rail trails and off road paths rather than road cycling .  So perhaps you're a wanna be cyclist who needs to warm up the legs over a weekend or two, or do some regular riding.  Maybe your love great food and even better wine whilst enjoying the beautiful, natural Australian backdrops.  Either way you will love our cycling tours in Australia.

Victoria and South Australia are the best states to cycle in .  This is mainly because those regions have invested in cycling infrastructure.  These Australian states have great rail trails and other cycling routes that make cycling safe and hassle free.  These two states are also arguably the home to the best food and wine in Australia, and for our guests that's super important.

See the list below of Tour de Vines' small group guided tours or self guided cycling itineraries in Australia.

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Tour de Vines' cycling tours in Australia are relatively easy, always safe, and include the best food and wine experiences in each of the regions we travel.  Join one or our  small group fully guided  cycling tours or enjoy the freedom of  self guided  itineraries.  Read our blog post about the differences in guided and self guided cycling trips .  Tours are run in Victoria , NSW and South Australia , and we have recently added Queensland and Tasmania .  The focus is on great cycling, sumptuous food and great wine.

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Tour de beechworth to bright - easter weekend guided tour, tour de great victorian rail trail guided tour, tour de murray to mountains rail trail - group weekend, tour de north east victoria - active (guided), tour de queensland rail trails, tour de south australia vineyards - guided small group 6n/8d, tour de tasmania, self guided cycling tours in australia.

If the above small group cycling tours aren't what you're looking for, then why not try and self guided cycling tour.

All our self guided cycling tours are fully supported, we make all the arrangements for you, transfer your luggage, book accommodation, provide meet and greet on arrival for last minute questions.  You can BYO bike, or hire one our our quality bikes, and select your dates and we do the rest.

Tour de Vines has self guided cycling tours in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia as well as New Zealand .

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Road : 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 25 mi (40 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Gravel: 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 20 mi (35 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 1-3 hours of hiking. Up to 5 mi (8 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Road : 2-4 hours of riding. 20-35 mi (35-60 km). Up to 2,500 ft (750 m).

Gravel: 2-4 hours of riding. 15-30 mi (25-45 km). Up to 2,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 2-4 hours of hiking. 4-8 mi (6-12 km). Up to 1,500 ft (450 m).

Road : 3-5 hours of riding. 25-55 mi (40-85 km). Up to 4,500 ft (1,500 m).

Gravel: 3-5 hours of riding. 20-40 mi (35-60 km). Up to 3,000 ft (900 m).

Hiking: 3-5 hours of hiking. 6-10 mi (9-16 km). Up to 2,000 ft (600 m).

Road : 4+ hours of riding. 40-70 mi (60-110 km). Up to 8,000 ft (2,400 m).

Gravel:  4+ hours of riding. 30-50 mi (45-80 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Hiking: 4+ hours of hiking. 7-15 mi (11-24 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

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Tasmania Wild West Coast

The West Coast is very scenic, hilly, sparsely populated and has wonderfully quiet roads. From Launceston we head inland to Cradle Mountain where we overnight at a wilderness lodge.

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Tasmania East Coast Explorer

Tasmania is the smallest and only island state in Australia. It is wonderful biking country with fabulous beaches and magnificent mountains. Our 8 day tour takes

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Freycinet National Park, Launceston and Strahan on the West Coast. We closely follow the east coast until close to Launceston and then turn inland to

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Victoria: Highlands to the Sea

Victoria (pop 5.6 million), Australia’s smallest mainland state, has a wonderfully diverse range of natural attractions in its relatively small size. It has an amazing

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Victorian Alps

Melbourne dates from 1835 and was built on the wealth of the gold rush; it is a very cycle friendly city with an excellent network

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Victorian Goldfields

Our tour starts in Bendigo, once one of Austria’s richest goldmining towns. It still retains much extravagant Victorian architecture. We head west on a network


Highlights of our australia cycling tours.

These highlights are many and varied, ranging from friendly, experienced guides to overnight stays at comfortable and luxurious accommodations. Our Australia cycling tours are also impressive in their itineraries, which take in such exciting attractions as:

  • Cradle Mountain: This is one of Tasmania’s highest mountains, and presents a challenging but rewarding climb for walkers. The site is also near Australia’s deepest lake, Lake St Clair. 
  • Hobart: Today, Hobart is Tasmania’s capital, but also has a fascinating history. The city was founded by the British as a penal colony in 1804 and still has convict-era architecture. Meanwhile, the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) occupies a winery in the city’s Berriedale suburb.
  • Freycinet National Park: Taking up much of the Freycinet Peninsula, this haven of natural beauty is known for visually distinctive features — including granite formations and peaks. 
  • Mount Buffalo: If you are looking for dramatic scenery, you could struggle to find anything in Australia that beats Mount Buffalo — a part of the southeastern state of Victoria — on this score. 
  • Grampians National Park: Fancy checking out some rock art left by Australian Aborigines? The Grampians, as this Victoria National Park is often dubbed, would certainly warrant your attention. 
  • Melbourne: This cosmopolitan hub proudly takes its place among Australia’s most populous cities, and is home to many nationally renowned landmarks — including the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the Royal Exhibition Building and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).

We have prepared informative answers to FAQs about our Australia cycling tours — and, on any of these trips you do book, your guide will be happy to answer questions about Aussie landmarks you see along the route.


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Encompassing the entire north-east of Australia, the “Sunshine State” of Queensland offers visitors a staggering variety of landscapes and experiences.

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The climate in Queensland can range from comfortable and cool temperatures in the southeast, to hot and humid temperatures in the far north. Unlike Australia's southern states, Queensland rarely suffers from the chilly cold during winter, which makes a visit to the Sunshine State ideal at any time of the year. On the coastline, summer bringss highs of 28 degrees and lows of 20 degrees. In winter these temperatures can drop to 20 degrees and 9 degrees. Further north, Tropical North Queensland has temperatures that are much more humid and hot than the southern regions, with summer temperatures reaching over 31 degrees during the day, with humidity levels that reach over 75%. During winter, temperatures drop to a comfortable 26 degrees, and with less rainfall, this is an ideal time to visit the northern region of the state.

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As diverse as it is vast, Australia will awe even the most seasoned of travelers. Traverse the infamously arid red deserts of the Outback, discover the Great Barrier Reef, or uncover some of the world's best beaches in 'The Land Down Under'. Inhabited by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for over 65,000 years, Australia is home to hundreds of native languages and a wealth of cultural and spiritual traditions.

Travelers interested in the country's history can engage with indigenous culture through cultural tourism experiences, such as learning about Dreamtime legends or witnessing traditional ceremonies. If the focus of your trip is on the country's captivating scenic beauty, you'll be spoilt for choice, with dramatic destinations that include Uluru, Mossman Gorge, and Whitehaven Bay. Taking a guided bicycle tour of these scenic regions will unlock another level of experience, thanks to the expertise of a local guide who’ll help you identify flora and fauna, and share stories of the region’s enthralling legends.

With over 30,000 kilometers of coastline, perhaps you'll learn to surf on Bondi Beach, or maybe you'll take a guided tour through Australia’s wine country to sample some of the country's internationally renowned grapes. Under an hour from Melbourne, a bike tour of the Yarra Valley is the best way to experience some of the country’s most sublime scenery, while offering plenty of opportunities to stop at cellar doors and sample exquisite wines.

Alternatively, bicycle tours around the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong, or the Mornington Peninsula, offer options even closer to the city that will still feel a million miles away from the downtown bustle. If your city break has a more cosmopolitan feel, ride through the bayside suburbs of St. Kilda’s, Elmwood, and Brighton to discover how locals live along one of the most captivating coastlines in the world.

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Barossa Valley E-Bike Tour with Wine & Food Tasting Adelaide Hills

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Barossa Valley E-Bike Tour with Wine & Food Tasting Adelaide Hills, Adelaide Hills

Description: Bike among the verdant vineyards and renowned wineries of the Barossa Valley on an e-bike tour with food and wine tastings. You'll begin with a tour of the oldest family-owned winery in Australia before riding on through the picturesque terrain, stopping…

Bayside Neighborhoods of Melbourne Bike Tour

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Bayside Neighborhoods of Melbourne Bike Tour, Melbourne

Description: Embark on an unforgettable bike tour around Melbourne's bustling bayside suburbs where you'll have the opportunity to explore St Kilda, Elmwood, and Brighton. Your brilliant bicycle tour will take you to some of the most iconic landmarks and hidden gems…

Echuca and Moama E-Bike Tour with Wine Tasting

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Echuca and Moama E-Bike Tour with Wine Tasting, Echuca and Moama

Description: This e-bike tour provides a unique insight into the rich ecosystems and thriving viticulture of the Murray River Region. Your bicycle tour begins at Murray Esplanade, near the Echuca Wharf, before taking you through Echuca's historic port area, including…

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Echuca and Moama Scenic E-Bike Tour, Echuca and Moama

Description: Enjoy an intimate and immersive encounter with Echuca and Moama’s natural beauty and historic significance on this guided e-bike tour that includes bike rental and starts off from the Port of Echuca and Riverboat Dock. Enjoy the peaceful sounds of…

Hahndorf E-Bike Tour with Food & Wine Tastings Adelaide Hills

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Hahndorf E-Bike Tour with Food & Wine Tastings Adelaide Hills, Adelaide Hills

Description: Take a gourmet trip around Southern Australia’s charming German town of Hahndorf on this e-bike tour with food and wine tastings. You'll begin at The Lane Vineyard before pedaling your way to strawberry picking, if the season is right. Ride on…

Greater Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula Bike Tour with Wine Tasting & Lunch

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Greater Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula Bike Tour with Wine Tasting & Lunch, Victoria

Description: Follow the Bellarine Rail Trail on this bike tour to discover the best of the Greater Geelong area's burgeoning viticulture and vibrant food scene. Ride along the former railway line, soaking up views of the region's dramatic coastal landscapes and white…

Monarto Safari Park E-Bike Tour Adelaide Hills

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Monarto Safari Park E-Bike Tour Adelaide Hills, Adelaide Hills

Description: Take a ride on the wild side on the Monarto Safari E-Bike Tour! You'll access Monarto Safari Park before it's open to the public to ride among the giraffes, rhinos, lions and zebras that call these expansive planes home. Stop at the watering hole, enjoy…

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Mornington Peninsula Victoria Bike Tour with Lunch & Wine Tasting, Victoria

Description: Pedal along Mornington Peninsula on this guided bike tour that takes in scenic sights from Arthur's Seat, picturesque panoramas of Port Phillip Bay, and several wine tasting stops at cellar doors, as well as lunch at a vineyard. You'll start your day…

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Yarra Valley Victoria Bike Tour with Wine Tasting & Lunch, Victoria

Description: Ride amidst the rolling hills, vineyards, and picturesque paysages of the Yarra Valley Bike Tour with Wine Tasting & Lunch! Venture through the valley on a scenic route that soaks up some of the region's best food and wine, with tea at a cafe, lunch…

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The humble bicycle meets rolling countryside… hop on for one of these luxury cycle tours through some of the finest scenery and fecund food baskets in all of Australia.

1. gourmet cycling for softies, victorian high country.

If you’re inspired by our experience, the aptly named ‘gourmet cycling for softies’ just might also appeal. This five-day fully guided tour through Victoria’s High Country will have you pedalling from Milawa to Myrtleford, indulging in fine produce along the way. $1950 per person, twin-share including breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

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It’s all about the cycling (and the gourmet pit stops) – on the Murray to Milawa Rail Trail.

2. Discover Tasmania

From white sandy beaches to rugged mountains, Tasmania has the full package when it comes to natural wilderness. Check out Discover Tasmania to learn more about some of the epic tracks available, including Wild West MTB Tours, which see you crossing a very slim suspended bridge. Eek!

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Wild West MTB Bike Trails, Tasmania

3. Be-spoke Hunter Valley

This two-day tour around NSW’s popular winemaking region will get you from vineyard to vineyard with relative ease. With a support vehicle for back-up, this is a great way to experience the Hunter while sampling some of its fine produce and wine. The Hunter Valley Cycling tour starts from $245 per person, twin-share, mid-week.

4. In your bike in Noosa & the Sunshine Coast Hinterland

Bike On offers a range of tours around the Sunshine Coast for riders of all levels, from self-guided tours to more intense road-riding weekends. Start simple with a self-guided trip around Noosa from $35 per person or challenge yourself to the seven-night Noosa road-riding holiday from $1620 per person.

5. All trails lead to the Great Ocean Road

More commonly explored by four wheels, the spectacular scenic views of Victoria’s southern coastline could arguably be better savoured on two. Check out the Twelve (now eight) Apostles, Port Campbell and Lorne on the way down to Queenscliff on a three-day tour, before catching the ferry across to Sorrento to join in the annual Bupa Around The Bay In A Day cycling event. Full tour costs $1695 per person, twin-share and includes all meals and entry into the Bupa event. Visit All Trails for more info.

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The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

6. Self ride around the NSW South Coast

Pedal with your family at your own pace on a self-guided ride along the NSW South Coast with Australian Cycling Holidays . Catering to all riding abilities, all you have to do is choose the destinations, like Jervis Bay, Shoalhaven and Kiama, and accommodation (budget or luxury). A three-day, Jervis Bay return tour starts from $665 per person.

7. Clare Valley Riesling Trail

Pedal and quaff your way around one of Australia’s best-known wine regions, enjoying the view of rolling vineyards, the signature grape variety riesling, and some mighty fine local produce too. And don’t worry about the wobbly ride home – if you have one too many wines, there’s a support vehicle on hand. Full-day tours start from $675 per person from Taste SA and include all meals and wine tasting.

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The Clare Valley Riesling Trail, Taste SA

8. Mudgee’s Tour de Vine

Ride all the way to the cellar door visiting Mudgee’s top winemakers and breweries too. This one-day, self-guided tour by Tour de Vines is a great way to indulge in the region’s bounty of wine and produce. (If you need some more convincing, see p94). Prices start from $249 per person, twin-share, including bike hire, two nights’ accommodation and daily breakfast.

9. Bike Byron Bay

Cruise the coast or head for the hinterland around Byron Bay on your treadly, taking in beautiful scenery and stopping to enjoy organic produce at Harvest Café. The four-day coastal cycle rides from Ballina to Kingscliff; or take an extra day to explore the hills around Uki at the foot of Mt Warning. Five-night Cycling Tours coastal tour $1795, twin-share. Six-night hinterland village tour $1995, twin-share.

10. East Coast Tasmania

Make your way down the magnificent east coast of Tasmania from Launceston to Hobart on the five-day pure Tasmania experience, which includes a sunset ride to the Bay of Fires, the stunning Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay, Mt Wellington and the heritage-listed Port Arthur. Cycling Tours prices start from $2495 per person, twin-share.

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"Everything went smoothly, insights were plentiful, and the cooking superb. Well done!!" William, traveled in June 2019

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"The trip was great well put together and great fun." Richard, traveled in November 2022

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"Great guides, great tour." Heather, traveled in January 2024

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"The bike trails, wine tastings and food stops are all well thought out. We visited some unique quirky locations that only locals would know about." Monika, traveled in September 2023

Tour de Tasmania Tour

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West Coast Wilderness Cycle Trail Tour

West Coast Wilderness Cycle Trail

"Exelent tour! Excelent guides!" Flavia, traveled in December 2019

Hobart, Tasmania ~ St. Patricks Day ~ Guided *ROAD CYCLE* Tour

Hobart, Tasmania ~ St. Patricks Day ~ Guided *ROAD CYCLE*

"Tasmania was so beautiful at that time of year & to explore so much of it was such a great, fun experience."

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Aoraki/Mount Cook & Southern Lakes Gravel Tour

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Aoraki/Mount Cook & Southern Lakes Gravel

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We are a passionate family business that prides itself on hosting exceptional cycling vacations.

Whether it’s your first time travelling or cycling abroad, or you’re an experienced rouleur, our team at Ride International Tours takes care of all the details on and off the bike to create wonderful travel experiences.

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Tour Down Under

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Jan 1-8 Days FROM $495 AUD

Experience all the race stages of the Santos Tour Down Under, including the decisive KOM final stage. Ride through the beautiful vineyards and hills of Australia’s most famous wine regions – the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills.

Off the bike, enjoy artisan South Australian food, wine, craft drinks and local SA produce.

Spring Classics 2020

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March/Apr 1-11 Days FROM $2,900 AUD

Join Ride International for the Ultimate Spring Classics experience.

Official tour operators for the Paris Roubaix Challenge, our Spring Classics Tours include entry to both the Tour of Flanders sportif and Paris Roubaix Challenge events, there’s a distance and number of days to suit everyone.

Giro D Italia 2020

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May 2024 10 Days RESERVE YOUR SPOT

Join us for the Ultimate Giro d’Italia tour as we take in the exciting final 10 days of the Giro d’Italia, plus classic rides of the Italian Alps, Passo Stelvio, Dolomites, Lake Como region and many more.

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Experience the thrills and excitement of the L’Étape du Tour de France.

The L’Étape du Tour takes place on the very same route as a full stage of the Tour de France, each edition of the event selects a different stage of the Tour de France. The stages are a perfect challenge of distance and climbing to ensure you infuse the full Tour de France experience.

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Tour De France 2020

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July each year signals the start of European summer and the Tour de France. With warm, long sunlit days, it’s a beautiful time to visit and ride in France.

We’ll show you the smaller roads, ride iconic Tour de France climbs and intersect the race to feel the excitement and rush that only the Tour de France can deliver.

Off the bike, we stay in chic French hotels, dine at the best regional restaurants and celebrate the finish of the Tour de France in Paris.

Tour of Spain 2020

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Aug/Sept 7-10 Days RESERVE YOUR SPOT

The Tour of Spain is the unheralded Grand Tour of cycling.

It offers an explosive three weeks of mountaintop finishes raced in the late afternoon Spanish light and immersed in a culture of relaxed eating and drinking.


How it all came to be….

Here at Ride International Tours – Cycling Tours in Australia & Abroad, we believe that loving what you do is a key to enjoying your life. So, creating a company based on a sincere passion for cycling tours along the routes of the famous Grand Tours of Europe was a natural fit.

Since 2007, we’ve enjoyed the privilege of hosting countless cycling tours on incomparable routes such as,  Vuelta an España ,  Giro d’Italia ,  Le Tour de France , as well as a brilliant adventure called the  Tour Down Under  in Australia.

We love cycling, travelling, regional artisan produce and sharing the knowledge we’ve accumulated over the years. It’s a marvel to see the towns and the races through the eyes of our tour guests, as well as meeting other travellers who’ve journeyed thousands of kilometres to be a part of these spectacular events.

When you mix our years of experience designing, hosting – guiding tours and our passion for cycling, you get a leader in the cycling holiday industry . Our goal for every cycling adventure we host is for guests to feel as if they are part of a family and experience the life of a professional cyclist. In order to reach our goal, we pour our hearts into designing and hosting your cycling tour.

When you book with Ride International Tours, you can rest assured that you are in excellent hands. We ensure your cycling vacation is better than you imagined by:

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No big bus windows. No phone screen. No maps, walls or guidebooks. Just your wheels, the wind and the open road. That’s how we roll.

From pedalling through peaceful villages in  Vietnam  and  Japan  to cruising down epic, ever-changing landscapes in  Jordan  and  Tanzania , our cycling tours allow you to really immerse yourself in a place and not just travel through it. Powered by nothing but your legs (and maybe a slice of biscotti and a couple of extra-strong cafés au lait), there’s a nice simplicity to cycling as well as plenty of adventures waiting for you off the saddle. Intrepid style cycling isn’t the Tour de France – you don’t get prizes for coming first and the lycra bodysuits are definitely optional – but we promise it’s a totally unique way to experience the world.

On most of our trips we use hardtail mountain bikes armed with front suspension. Depending on the country, we’ll use a mix of makes and models like Giant Talon and Trek X Caliber 5, but they’re pretty similar when it comes to form and function. Our bikes are serviced regularly by local experts who know their stuff, and any pesky broken chains or flat tyres can be fixed in a jiffy. You can usually bring your own bike, too (check our FAQs for the logistical info).

Riding a bike is good for you (even factoring in the odd gelato or Tuscan cellar door pitstop). But it’s also good for the environment. Like all our trips, our cycling tours are 100% carbon offset. Most of the transport is powered by the greenest energy of all: yours. We’ve been certified as the world’s largest travel B Corp, which means when you choose Intrepid, you’re travelling to improve the planet.

There’s something special about Intrepid travellers. You travel differently; you travel with purpose; you seek to leave a positive impact and give back to the people and places you visit. By travelling on an Intrepid cycling trip, you’ll directly support our  Intrepid Foundation cycling partner, World Bicycle Relief . Donations provide school children, health workers and farmers in rural low-income communities with durable bicycles, research and mechanics training.

We run risk assessments on all our cycling trips and our leaders are specially trained to run cycling adventures, so you can rest assured you’re well taken care of. Our leaders are also trained in basic first aid, and we’ve got a support vehicle that follows the group in case of injury, inclement weather, unexpected and hazardous road conditions, or if you’d like to give your legs a rest.

The beauty of small group travel means our groups are small enough to allow you to ride at your own pace, but big enough to connect with others and create a good social vibe. Our maximum group size is 12 people, which we’ve found is a great number to let you get to know your fellow cyclists and also benefit from your leader’s knowledge and experience.

We think the best folks to show you around the heart of a destination is someone who lives there. That's why we work exclusively with local cycling leaders, which means you’ll really get to know the places you’ll be visiting. Our leaders are not just cycling enthusiasts, they’re also your travel guru, teacher and enthusiastic purveyor of local experiences.

Our local leaders are all cycling junkies, but they go through some pretty rigorous training before being allowed behind the handlebars of an Intrepid cycling tour. Each leader has undergone on-road supervision and knows how to do safety checks, basic repairs and emergency first-aid. But they’re still regular Intrepid leaders, which means they know the best local bars, cafes and hidden spots (not to mention handling all the logistical stuff). You just focus on the ride.  

One of my favourite trips is  Cycle Tuscany . We ride from the Apuan Alps down to the coast, followed by a dip in the Mediterranean and a picnic of fresh focaccia and tomatoes. We continue through rural villages, protected wildlife parks and sandy beaches all the way to the medieval jewel of the walled city of Lucca – and that's just in one day. Top tip for an Intrepid cycling trip: bring patience, an open heart and an open mind. Oh, and trust your legs!

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What’s the range of cycling tours available?

Our cycling tours span the gamut of two-wheeled challenges: from a leisurely ride through Vietnam to cycling across landscapes of Cuba. Some of these trips include cycling as just one of a number of active adventures, others are more cycling focussed (ie. You’ll be riding almost every day).

Should I bring my own bike on a cycling trip?

To take the hassle out of preparing for your trip, we've included bike hire on all our dedicated cycling tours. Alternatively, you can bring your trusty bike from home. If you're bringing your own bike, make sure you let us know when booking so we can make sure your bike is appropriate for that particular tour. As always, check your Essential Trip Information. 

Bringing your own bike  – If you are a dedicated cyclist or just want to take your bike on a holiday, you can usually bring it along for the ride. You’ll need to box it up for transport on the plane.

The easiest way to do this is to go to your local bike shop and ask if they will do it for you (a fee may apply). They often have boxes on hand from old stock and have the tools to remove the pedals and secure your handlebars.

Airline fees will also apply, so check with your airline about costs. It's worth remembering not all trips will be able to accommodate your own bike, so let us know what you're planning at the time of booking. 

Hiring a bike  – The bikes we use are from proven brands, very well maintained, typically less than 3 years old (most are newer) and specifically chosen to suit the terrain you'll be cycling on the trip. They come in a full range of sizes from extra small to extra large and usually have front suspension, flat bars, and 27 gears.

The only thing you need to do is advise us of your height at the time of booking. We’ll handle the rest. If you'd like, you can always bring your own saddle (seat) or gel over-cover for comfort. If you want to use cleats, bring your pedals and shoes, too. 

How do I fly with my bike?

All airlines will have their own rules and fees when transporting bikes. Make sure you contact the airline (preferably) before you pay for your flights to see what charges and requirements they have.

Before you depart, you must box your bike for transport. See our section ‘taking your own bike vs. hiring one’ for more information.

What do I have to carry while I ride?

On all of our cycling tours your accommodation is pre-booked and your luggage is transferred from one point to the next. All you have to carry is water, any snacks or gadgets you may want and a few layers to keep you dry and warm. A small, lightweight backpack may come in handy.

Do I need to pack anything special?

Helmets are compulsory on our cycling tours, so you can either bring your own or (to save on luggage space) buy one at a local bike shop once you arrive in-country. We also recommend you bring your own water bottle/hydration pack and closed shoes. You may also wish to bring Cycling shorts and (if you ride regularly at home) your own saddle and pedals. Many of our clients who do not ride regularly find a gel seat cover helpful in making the ride more comfortable. For more info on packing, check out the What to Pack section of your Essential Trip Information.

How fit do I need to be to do a cycling tour?

All you need to enjoy our cycling trips is the ability to ride a bicycle and a passion for seeing a destination on two wheels. That’s about it.

While there are occasionally longer days on some itineraries, the vast majority of our cycling days are between 30-60 kms and are done at a leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities to stop and enjoy the scenery or just take a break. Anyone with a reasonable level of fitness will get by with no trouble. Be sure to check the physical rating and description in the Essential Trip Information to make sure the trip suits your fitness level and skills.

Our cycling trips are done predominantly on sealed roads (with the odd unsealed section), but none of the trips require any specialist cycling skills. We’ve also researched extra riding routes in each of the destinations we visit, so if you want to stretch your legs a bit more, you can.

My partner is fitter than me, should I still book this trip?

To make our trips more accessible for cyclists of varying fitness levels and skills, most of our trips will have a support vehicle that follows the group. You can jump into the support vehicle any time you feel like taking a short (or long) break from riding. Many of our cycling trips also include the option to use an e-bike, an electric motor-assisted bike that’ll get you up any hill or allow you to zip along the flats with minimum effort.

What sort of safety precautions do you take?

We run risk assessments on each and every one of our cycling trips to make sure they’re up to scratch and your cycling leaders have personally ridden every inch of the itinerary in advance. We’ve assessed the road conditions, the level of traffic and any potential blackspots.

Our leaders are trained in cycling health and safety, as well as basic first aid, and we usually have a vehicle following us if an evacuation ever becomes necessary. We’ve also made sure our cycling tours depart during the milder months when the weather isn’t too hot or too cold, so the ride should be as pleasant (and safe) as possible. 

Do I need special insurance for a cycling trip?

Not as a rule. Any injuries you might suffer while riding should be covered by the more reputable comprehensive policies (we can recommend some good brands if you’re unsure of what to get). It’s always important to double-check the fine print before departing on your trip and be aware that, like all Intrepid trips, travel insurance is compulsory on our cycling itineraries.

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Tour de France 2024 – Comprehensive team-by-team guide

A full rundown of all the teams, their leaders and the riders to watch at this year's race

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As the 2024 Tour de France rolls out from Florence, Italy on June 29, there will be 176 riders competing across 22 teams – some with a target on overall victory, others looking for stage wins and more still pleased with any opportunity that comes along their way to gather publicity on the biggest cycling stage in the world. 

All 18 WorldTour teams, plus the two best-ranked ProTeams – Israel-Premier Tech and Lotto-Dstny – got their automatic invitations to race while organisers ASO handed out wild card entries to Uno-X Mobility and TotalEnergies.

Crashes, form and Olympic goals have shaped the selections and ambitions for the teams but regardless all will be fighting to make an impression as the 21 days of racing over 3497.3km from Tuscany to Nice in the south of France unfolds.

Cyclingnews has pored through every squad, assessing their leaders, objectives and chances of success to bring you this comprehensive team-by-team guide.

  • Team leader: Jasper Philipsen
  • Objective: Stage wins, points classification
  • Rider to watch: Mathieu van der Poel

Mathieu van der Poel and Jasper Philipsen proved a winning combination at the 2023 Tour

In the bunch sprints of the Grand Tours of recent years, one team has stood out above the rest as masters of the lead-out train: Alpecin-Deceuninck .

They were a prominent presence throughout the bunch finishes at the recent Giro d’Italia, but Kaden Groves wasn’t able to ride them to victory. However, at the Tour de France, the team will have Jasper Philipsen , the quickest sprinter in the peloton.

Philipsen was one of the stars of last year’s Tour, storming to four stage wins (as many as any sprinter has managed at a single Tour since the 2011 edition), as well as riding consistently enough to claim the green jersey. He didn't slow down this spring, either, with victories at Milan-San Remo and the Classic Brugge-De Panne, as well as a second place at Paris-Roubaix, among his very impressive results.

Not only is Philipsen the quickest sprinter in the race, but he’ll also have the quickest lead-out man riding for him in Mathieu van der Poel . The pair work brilliantly together, as seen not just at last year’s Tour sprints, but also during the spring, when Van der Poel helped Philipsen to triumph at Milan-San Remo, and vice versa at Paris-Roubaix.

Van der Poel will also go hunting for stage wins on appropriate stages, most likely on days with punchy parcours too hard for sprinters but not hard enough for climbers. For a man so untouchable in the Classics, it’s perhaps surprising that he only has one stage win to his name from three Tour appearances, but he has often ridden here with a future goal in mind, as will be the case this year as he builds towards the Olympics.

  • Team leader: Arnaud Démare
  • Objective: Stage wins
  • Rider to watch: Kévin Vauquelin

Arnaud Démare will be Arkéa-B&B Hotels' sprint hope this July

With Warren Barguil having followed Nairo Quintana out the door, Arkéa-B&B Hotels are going in a fresh direction for the 2024 Tour with sprinter Arnaud Démare as their new talisman.

Having grown increasingly frustrated with the lack of opportunities provided him by his former Groupama-FDJ team, who selected him for only one Tour de France start in the last five years, Démare has moved to a team where he won’t just be picked but will command unified support behind him.

It’s hoped that as a winner of two Tour stages in the past, Démare can deliver the team their long-awaited first-ever following ten winless Tours, but does the Frenchman have the shape to do so? He hasn’t made the top ten of any race for almost four months, and recently fractured a finger at the 4 Jours de Dunkerque, plunging his Tour preparations into doubt.

It could therefore be up to others in the line-up to deliver, from which Kévin Vauquelin has shown particular potential. The 23-year-old has done everything this year, from making the top 10 at both Itzulia Basque Country and Tirreno-Adriatico, finishing second on the Mur de Huy at La Flèche Wallonne and winning a time trial at Etoile de Bessèges. He could be a contender for a variety of different stages though specialises in climbing hills and mountains.

  • Team leader: Mark Cavendish
  • Rider to watch: Alexey Lutsenko

Mark Cavendish sprinting to glory on stage 2 of the Tour de Hongrie

At last, it's nearly time for the race that Astana Qazaqstan 's whole season has been building up towards.

Since signing Mark Cavendish in January 2023, they've made it their foremost mission to deliver the Manxman to the elusive win number 35, move clear of Eddy Merckx, and thereby become the outright record holder for most stage wins at the Tour de France.

It had initially been intended as a one-year plan, but after the heartbreak of last year’s race, where Cavendish crashed out at the end of the first week , he and the team have decided to have one last shot at history this July.

Unlike last year, when he went into the Tour off the back of a final-day victory in Rome at the Giro d’Italia, Cavendish has shown only sporadic signs of form this season, confined to smaller races. He won a stage during his first race of the season at the Tour of Colombia in February but had to wait another three months for a first victory on European roads at the Tour of Hongrie. His recent participation at the Tour de Suisse was mainly to sharpen his climbing form ahead of the Tour de France.

The Astana team is set to be built entirely around him. Veteran lead-out master Michael Mørkøv was signed exclusively to deliver him in the sprints, while Cees Bol and Davide Ballerini will sacrifice their own sprinting ambitions to form part of his lead-out train.

One rider who might be granted some freedom to ride for himself is Alexey Lutsenko . He showed great form by winning Il Giro d’Abruzzo before abandoning the Giro d’Italia and finishing seventh and eighth on GC in 2021 and 2022, respectively. He has two Tour de France GC top 10s, as well as a stage win in 2020, on his palmarès, so another top showing isn't out of the question.

  • Team leaders: Pello Bilbao
  • Objective: GC, stage wins
  • Riders to watch: Santiago Buitrago, Matej Mohorič

Pello Bilbao celebrated a stage win at the 2023 Tour de France

What Bahrain Victorious lacks in a single stand-out GC contender, they make up for in strength in depth. Following Antonio Tiberi’s fifth place at the Giro d’Italia, they’re hoping to extend their run of top-six finishes on GC to a fifth consecutive Grand Tour and have several riders potentially capable of doing so.

Their best candidate is Pello Bilbao , based on his performance at the Tour last year and in stage races so far in 2024. He was sixth place last year and has been building nicely towards that level again this year with sixth-place finishes at Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana and Itzulia Basque Country, plus third at the UAE Tour in between. He was also second overall at the Tour of Slovenia, and while the field was not the same level as what he will face at the Tour de France, the results undoubtedly helped to build confidence.

Santiago Buitrago is poised to make his Tour debut. He brings with him considerable expectations off the back of his stage wins and top-ten finish at the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España, respectively, as well as his impressive showing at Paris-Nice earlier this year.

It’s also hoped that Jack Haig can rediscover some form ahead of the race, while even veteran Wout Poels could post a high GC finish based on his recent third and sixth-place finishes at the Tour de Hongrie and Tour of the Alps, respectively.

Poels and Bilbao were two of the three different riders to win a stage at last year’s Tour, along with Matej Mohorič, who will again be using his nous and engine to target breakaways. The Slovenian has three Tour stage wins on his career palmarès, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him add another win here.

With Phil Bauhaus , a debutant last summer, also posing a threat in the bunch sprints, Bahrain Victorious has the resources to target a win on almost every stage.

  • Team leaders: Guillaume Martin
  • Riders to watch: Bryan Coquard, Ion Izagirre.

Climber Guillaume Martin leads the French squad

For the first time in many years, Cofidis can go into a Tour de France without being badgered about questions of whether this will be the year they at last manage to claim a stage win.

By triumphing on stage 2 of last year’s edition, Victor Lafay ended the team’s 15-year drought, and then Ion Izagirre added another stage a week later.

Lafay has since left for Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale, but Izagirre remains and is set to ride, with stage wins on hilly and mountainous days again likely to be the target.

Guillaume Martin will ride his eighth consecutive Tour de France and will be the team’s leading GC hope. He’s placed eighth, 10th, 11th and 12th in past appearances but has never won a stage, so he may prioritise trying to take one from a breakaway. He recently finished 19th overall at the Critérium du Dauphiné with a top 10 in a stage, but will be aiming to improve on that at the Tour.

Bryan Coquard is another rider without a Tour stage win to his name despite many near misses, including a couple of fourth-place finishes last year. He’ll be the team’s man for the bunch sprints, especially on hillier days that weaken the specialists.

While these riders bring experience, 25-year-old Axel Zingle has form and potential. He’s been consistently in contention for multiple semi-Classics over the last few months and could win from a breakaway if he picks the right move.

  • Team leader: Felix Gall
  • Rider to watch: Sam Bennett, Benoît Cosnefroy

After a breakthrough 2023, Felix Gall will once again target a high overall placing

In the middle of an exceptional season, in which they have already racked up more victories than they managed in the last two seasons combined, expectations are high for Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale as they head into the biggest race of the year.

Although the men who delivered stage wins (Valentin Paret-Peintre and Andrea Vendrame) and fourth overall (Ben O’Connor) at the Giro d’Italia will sit this one out as they rest and recover, the core of the other names who have made 2024 such a success are set to be present.

Benoît Cosnefroy has been the team’s biggest contributor with seven of their 23 wins (as of the end of May) and will target the hilly stages, while Dorion Godon will be a candidate in reduced bunch sprints, having won two sprint finishes at the Tour de Romandie in late April.

In the pure flat finishes, Sam Bennett will still be their main candidate, having recently shown signs of returning to form with a haul of wins and GC at the 4 Jours de Dunkerque.

Felix Gall might have had a quieter season to date, but he'll still be the team’s main man for the mountains and their GC candidate, and is looking to be on target with a 10th overall at the Tour de Suisse. He finished eighth overall last year after breaking through with a series of good performances in the spring, while he'll also be hoping to replicate his breakaway stage win at Courchevel.

  • Team leader: Fabio Jakobsen, Romain Bardet
  • Rider to watch: Warren Barguil

Home favourite Romain Bardet heads up DSM-Firmenich PostNL

For the Tour de France, DSM-Firmenich PostNL are making the unusual move of deploying the same two leaders as they did at the Giro d’Italia.

In the bunch sprints, Fabio Jakobsen will again line up as he continues to rediscover his mojo. The Dutchman still only has one win to his name (at the Tour of Turkey) since signing for the team this year, and he failed to get involved in the Giro bunch sprints before abandoning during the second week. However, the team still retains faith that he can reach the level that saw him win a stage on his Tour debut two years ago.

Romain Bardet fared better at the Giro than Jakobsen, finishing ninth overall while coming close to a stage win on Bocca della Selva. Though he has made the top 10 in all but two of the eight Tours he has finished throughout his career, his excursions in Italy may mean he targets stage wins this time instead.

With 11 wins to their name – including just one WorldTour race and only three outside the Tour of Turkey – DSM need some big results. That means that another French climber, Warren Barguil , will likely be given the freedom to attack and get into breakaways.

  • Team leader: Richard Carapaz
  • Rider to watch: Neilson Powless, Ben Healy

Richard Carapaz attacks on the way to his first WorldTour win for EF at the Tour De Romandie

Last season was the first in EF Education-Easy Post ’s 16-year history that they did not place a rider in the top 10 of any of the Grand Tours. That run continued at the Giro d’Italia last month, where they aggressively targeted stage wins rather than GC via constant attacks, and were eventually rewarded in the final week with success from Georg Steinhauser in the Dolomites.

Nevertheless, they intend to strive to finish as high as possible at the Tour with Richard Carapaz as their leader. The 2021 podium finisher and 2019 Giro champion was signed in 2023 to do precisely that but he endured an under-par season last year and is only just showing signs of some form recently, with a stage win and seventh overall at the Tour de Romandie. 

However, Carapaz and Alberto Bettiol were forced to abandon the recent Tour de Suisse after crashing on stage 4, but expressed that their 'goal remains the Tour de France'.

With Carapaz’s form still uncertain, there ought to be plenty of scope for the rest of the line-up to chase their own personal ambitions. Neilson Powless , for instance, could either chase GC as he did in 2023 (when he finished 12th), or stage wins and the polka-dot jersey as he did last year.

Irish puncheur Ben Healy is set to make his Tour debut, and if his Giro debut from last year and performances in the Classics are anything to go by, we can expect him to attack at every opportunity.

Alberto Bettiol ’s form during the spring suggests he could add a Tour stage win to the one he managed at the 2021 Giro, while Marijn van den Berg has also earned a spot on the team thanks to his impressive early season performances.

  • Team leader: David Gaudu
  • Rider to watch: Stefan Küng

David Gaudu leads the home nation's GC hopes this July

A new dawn awaits Groupama-FDJ as they embark upon the first Tour de France of the post-Thibaut Pinot era. Before retiring at the end of last year, Pinot had been the fulcrum of the team, appearing for them in all but two of the last 12 editions — sometimes with great success, other times with great heartbreak.

David Gaudu will seek to fill the void left by Pinot, as he has for several years now. Fourth overall in 2022 remains his highest finish at any Grand Tour, and though a repeat of that looks ambitious given his stuttering form this year, he’s still dreaming of a podium finish.

If Gaudu doesn’t have the legs to mount a serious GC challenge, targeting stage wins may be the team’s optimum approach, and they have plenty of riders capable of delivering on that front.

Rising star Lenny Martinez misses the race in favour of the Vuelta a España, but 21-year-old Romain Grégoire is set to make his Tour debut on the back of some very impressive results this year, including a stage win at Itzulia Basque Country

Valentin Madouas has become a recognisable face from recent Tours without quite winning a stage, though he certainly has the talent to do so. Stefan Küng , newly crowned Swiss champion in the time trial, will, as ever, be a candidate for both the time trials as well as select breakaways.

  • Team leaders: Carlos Rodríguez, Egan Bernal
  • Objective: GC
  • Rider to watch: Tom Pidcock, Geraint Thomas

Tom Pidcock, Egan Bernal, and Carlos Rodríguez will take starring roles for Ineos Grenadiers

Last year was only the second time in the last decade that Ineos Grenadiers failed to put a rider on the GC podium at the Tour de France. Even since their run of yellow jersey-winning Tours came to an end in 2020, up until then they had still managed to crack the podium through Richard Carapaz (in 2021) and Geraint Thomas (in 2022), but last year their highest finisher, Carlos Rodríguez , finished further down in fifth place.

Still, that result means Rodríguez is one of the more obvious choices to lead the team’s 2024 GC bid, and the 23-year-old has bolstered his status with overall victory at the Tour de Romandie, second place behind Juan Ayuso at Itzulia Basque Country and fourth overall at the Critérium du Dauphiné.

Also in the squad are other, more wildcard options for GC. Geraint Thomas would usually be a dependable candidate, but it’s unclear how fresh he will be, having dug deep to seal third place at the Giro d’Italia .

Egan Bernal and Tom Pidcock showed Tour de France leadership form at Tour de Suisse , finishing fourth and sixth place, respectively.

Pidcock has stated that he intends to concentrate on the GC rather than stage wins, despite failing to make the top ten last year and remained in Switzerland for additional training before heading to the Grand Depart.

And Bernal, the 2019 champion, has for the first time since his horror crash two and a half years ago shown form approaching his best, with third overall at Volta a Catalunya, top tens at Paris-Nice and the Tour de Romandie, and fourth at the Tour de Suisse but it remains to be seen if he can manage a sustained GC bid over three weeks.

Michał Kwiatkowski and Laurens De Plus will be on hand to help the aforementioned trio achieve their GC goals, even if the Belgian could harbour ambitions of his own after racing to an unexpected and impressive fifth overall at the Critérium du Dauphiné. 

  • Team leader: Biniam Girmay, Louis Meintjes
  • Rider to watch: Georg Zimmermann

Biniam Girmay scored his second win of the season at the Circuit Franco-Belge in May

Biniam Girmay returns to the Tour de France hoping for a positive turn in fortunes. So far, his season has been blighted by interruptions, with promising form in the early spring classics halted by a crash at Dwars door Vlaanderen and another crash spelling the end of his Giro d’Italia one day after finishing third in Fossano.

He’s since returned to winning ways with victory at the Circuit Franco-Belge , and looks on course to arrive at the Tour in form. As Intermarché-Wanty ’s star, the onus is on the Eritrean to make an impact and he has the chance to make history as the first-ever Black African to win a stage of the Tour de France. His consistency and versatility also make him a candidate for the green jersey.

Like Girmay, who failed to show his best self at last year’s Tour, Louis Meintjes will be hoping to return to the form that saw him finish seventh overall in 2022 rather than crash out last year.

Meintjes will be the team’s GC leader, but the rest of the line-up will have the freedom to get into break and chase stage wins, much as Georg Zimmermann (who was second on stage 10) did last year. Rouleurs like Laurenz Rex and Hugo Page might fancy their chances of winning a stage this way, too.

  • Team leader: Stephen Williams, Derek Gee
  • Rider to watch: Pascal Ackermann

Derek Gee is one of the riders to watch at the Tour following his Dauphiné stage win and podium

Israel-Premier Tech 's high ambitions from 2021, when they gambled on signing Chris Froome in the hope that he could recover from his horror crash two years earlier and revive his Tour-winning form of old, have since been significantly tempered.

Now no longer a WorldTour team, they've instead depended upon a wildcard to earn entry into the Tour de France, and their hopes are limited to chasing stage wins rather than mixing it up in the battle for the yellow jersey.

Froome was fighting for selection and eager to avoid a repeat of last year when he was left out of the Tour line-up, but he will once again not start the Tour de France with Israel-Premier Tech .

The team has put their support behind Stephen Williams and Derek Gee with the aim of winning stages at this year's event.

Williams is enjoying a terrific season, having won both La Flèche Wallonne and the Tour Down Under, and recently finished second in a stage at the Tour de Suisse. He'll, therefore, be a top contender for stage wins in the hilly terrain.

Gee, who last year burst onto the scene with a series of breakaway second places at the Giro d'Italia, makes his Tour debut in the form of his life after scoring a stage win and third overall at the Critérium du Dauphné .

The team should have a presence in the sprints, where Tour debutant Pascal Ackermann aims to add to his Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España stage wins and complete the Grand Tour clean sweep. The rest of the line-up will be made up of stage hunters such as Dylan Teuns (who won here in both 2019 and 2021).

  • Team leader: Simon Yates, Dylan Groenewegen
  • Riders to watch: Michael Matthews

Simon Yates' big win in 2024 came at the AlUla Tour back in February

For a second successive season, Jayco-AlUla leader Simon Yates has foregone his usual Giro d’Italia participation in order to concentrate more committedly on the Tour de France.

Last year, this approach turned out to be a success, as he came to the Tour with some of the best legs of his career, eventually finishing fourth overall, and only missing out on a podium finish by 87 seconds to his brother Adam. His build-up to this year’s Tour isn’t so encouraging, however, having not shown much form since winning the AlUla Tour in the winter.

However, he will lead the general classification charge with key support rider Chris Harper alongside, as he hopes to, this year, break Visma-Lease a Bike and UAE Team Emirates' stranglehold on the podium.

Jayco-AlUla aren’t putting all their eggs in the single basket of Yates’ GC bid. Dylan Groenewegen , who recently won a stage at the Tour of Slovenia, will be led out in the sprints by the likes of Luka Mezgec to see if he can add to his five Tour career stage wins, having come close last year with a second and third-place finish at Moulins and Paris, respectively.

On days too hilly for Groenewegen, Michael Matthews , recently second in a stage at the Tour de Suisse, will step up and may also try to get into some breakaways as he did to win a stage in 2022. He looked in fantastic form this spring, placing second at Milan-San Remo and, before being relegated for deviating from his line, third at the Tour of Flanders.

  • Team leader: Mads Pedersen
  • Objective: stage wins
  • Rider to watch: Giulio Ciccone

Mads Pedersen represents Lidl-Trek's best chance of success this July

As a team boasting a diverse range of talent, Lidl-Trek could feasibly compete for all a couple of major jerseys.

For the yellow jersey, they had high hopes for Tao Geoghegan Hart , but COVID-19 and a fractured rib due to a crash at the Dauphiné prevented him from toeing the start line . He’s only done the Tour de France once in his career and was eager to target GC here while still in his prime years.

Mads Pedersen finished a distant second to Jasper Philipsen in the points classification last year, though he did score his second stage win in as many years. He's shown the kind of excellent form throughout this year to suggest he could bridge that gap, as well as add to his stage win tally. His victory in the opening stage at the Dauphine suggests that he is in great form heading into this Tour.

As for the king of the mountains, Giulio Ciccone won that classification last year and will now be present to potentially defend that title after saddle sore surgery forced him to skip the Giro d’Italia. Unfortunately, he was also unwell due to the flu following the Dauphiné, and so his form is uncertain.

Lidl-Trek might even have had a prime candidate for the white jersey if Matias Skjelmose had opted to ride, but he plans to skip the Tour and save himself for a Vuelta a España overall bid instead.

  • Team leader : Arnaud De Lie
  • Rider to watch: Maxim Van Gils

Sprint star Arnaud De Lie makes his Grand Tour debut this July

Compared to other teams, Lotto-Dstny have a laser-focussed approach when it comes to the Tour de France. Not only will it be their first Grand Tour of the season, having opted out of the Giro d’Italia, but they have also narrow down their ambitions to focus exclusively on stage wins, having not placed a rider in the top 10 for 14 years.

They haven’t had success on these terms recently, though, with no stage win to their name since Caleb Ewan’s victories in the sprints during the 2020 edition. The Australian has led the team for the past five Tours, bringing much success initially with multiple stage wins in 2019 and 2020, but nothing in the three editions since then.

He’s now left the team for Jayco-AlUla, and taking his place as Lotto’s leader will be Arnaud De Lie . Much is hoped from the 22-year-old debutant based on his rapid rise over the past two years, and he'll be especially threatening on hillier days where the pure sprinters will struggle.

However, the Tour will be a big step up from the level of competition he’s used to, and he’s only recently r eturned to form after suffering from Lyme disease during the spring. A recent podium finish in a stage at the Tour de Suisse suggests that he is taking a step forward ahead of the Tour.

De Lie might be the most hyped name, but another young Belgian, Maxim Van Gils , has been the team’s best performer so far this season. He finished second on the stage to Grand Colombier last year and has since established himself as one of the very best puncheurs in the world following podium finishes at Strade Bianche and La Flèche Wallonne, and a fourth place at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

2023 super-combativity winner Victor Campanaerts is also set to ride again, though his season to date has been a quiet one.

  • Team leader: Enric Mas
  • Rider to watch: Rémi Cavagna

Perennial Grand Tour contender Enric Mas aims for a top spot after two Tour de France DNFs in recent years

2024 has so far been another difficult season for Movistar , with Pelayo Sánchez’s stage victory at the Giro d’Italia their only win at WorldTour level all year.

That doesn’t bode well for their prospects at the Tour de France, where they have, in recent years, laboured to reach the levels of the past. They’ve now gone two successive Tours without placing a rider in the top 10, having done so in eight of the nine previous editions.

If any of their roster is to break that duck, it’ll be Enric Mas . The Spaniard has generally been one of the most dependable GC riders of his generation, making the top six in six of his last eight Grand Tour appearances.

However, he has been forced to abandon both of his last two Tours de France, with his participation last summer ending on the first day following a crash.

So far, Mas has enjoyed a solid season without causing too much of a stir, finishing fifth overall at Volta a Catalunya, sixth at the Tour de Romandie and seventh at the Tour de Suisse. Considering that he normally ups his game for the Grand Tours, that’s encouraging.

The team also have Alex Aranburu , who recently won a stage and finished third overall at the Baloise Belgium Tour. He could be marking stage wins and a support role.

New signing Rémi Cavagna is a dependable name in the time trials, breakaways and in helping team leaders on the flat, though the Frenchman hasn't scored a WorldTour win of his own since 2021. Returning star Nairo Quintana won't make the race, meanwhile, after breaking his hand in a crash at the Tour de Suisse.

  • Team leaders: Primož Roglič
  • Riders to watch: Jai Hindley, Aleksandr Vlasov

Primož Roglič heads to the Tour with a Critérium du Dauphiné win in the books

For the 2024 season, Red Bull-Bora-Hansgrohe signed Primož Roglič with the primary objective of winning the Tour de France.

The team might never before have made the podium at any previous edition in their 10-year history, but Roglič has the calibre to challenge for yellow, as well as the desire, having moved from Visma-Lease a Bike for that specific purpose.

The Slovenian has left it to the last minute to show the kind of form he'll need to challenge for the yellow jersey, with his Critérium du Dauphiné victory his best showing of 2024 so far. The week-long warm-up race marked his first race since the heavy crash suffered by him, Remco Evenepoel, and Jonas Vingegaard at Itzulia Basque Country.

His two stage wins at the late summit finishes at Le Collet d'Allevard and Samöens 1600 were his first since the opening day at Itzulia, though a shaky final stage showing – where he shed almost a minute to Matteo Jorgenson and only held onto yellow by eight seconds – could provoke some cause for concern. 

Roglič’s presence means last year’s leader Jai Hindley — who enjoyed a day in the yellow jersey after winning stage five in Laruns before back pain contributed to a slip down to seventh on GC — will be demoted to the role of super-domestique.

While Hindley’s form has tailed away since his impressive third-place finish at Tirreno-Adriatico, Aleksandr Vlasov might believe he has the results to justify potential co-leadership status. With a second place at Tour de Romandie, sixth at Volta a Catalunya and fifth at Paris-Nice, he has been among the team's top performers this year. At the Dauphiné, he proved a reliable and strong deputy for Roglič.

Elsewhere, the rest of the team is geared exclusively towards targeting the yellow jersey, with Champs-Elysées-winning sprinter Jordi Meeus missing out on selection as the team looks to domestiques Danny van Poppel , Nico Denz , Marco Haller , Matteo Sobrero , and Bob Jungels .

  • Team leader: Remco Evenepoel
  • Rider to watch: Mikel Landa, Ilan Van Wilder

Soudal-QuickStep set their sights on GC success with Remco Evenepoel

In a drastic change of approach, Soudal-QuickStep have abandoned their usual Tour de France strategy of targeting bunch sprints and stage wins, and instead are going all-in on Remco Evenepoel ’s push for GC.

This is set to be Evenepoel’s debut Tour, and it’s a hugely anticipated one, given the already enormous star profile he’s built for himself through many superb performances and major results, including two Liège–Bastogne–Liège victories, the world title in 2022, and the GC at the Vuelta a España that same year.

His build-up has been compromised after a crash and fractured collarbone at Itzulia Basque Country stalled the momentum that had already seen him win Volta ao Algarve and finish second at Paris-Nice, but the plan remains the same.

His first race back, the Critérium du Dauphiné, saw him score a dominant time trial win. However, he faded hard in the closing three mountain stages, losing 2:25 to Primož Roglič and finishing seventh overall in the GC. That will be a major cause for concern heading into July.

As part of the team building around Evenepoel, Mikel Landa has been signed up as a super-domestique. The Spaniard has performed this role in the past – at Sky to help Chris Froome win the 2017 Tour de France and at Movistar for Richard Carapaz’s 2019 Giro d’Italia triumph. Second at Volta a Catalunya and 10th at the Dauphiné suggests he has the legs to do something similar this year, too

Landa will be joined by Evenepoel’s familiar right-hand man, Ilan Van Wilder . The Belgian has ridden in support of Evenepoel many times, most notably during his triumphant Vuelta a España effort two years ago and should be in solid form, too, having placed fourth at the Tour de Romandie.

The team’s focus on GC means there will be no room for in-form sprinter Tim Merlier, despite his success at the Giro d’Italia, nor even home favourite Julian Alaphilippe, as the remaining spots instead go to domestiques including Yves Lampaert , Casper Pedersen , Louis Vervaeke and Gianni Moscon .

  • Team leader: Mathieu Burgaudeau
  • Rider to watch: Steff Cras

Mathieu Burgaudeau in polka dots at Paris-Nice

When TotalEnergies signed Peter Sagan for the 2022 season, they hoped the Slovakian would be the star name to make them protagonists at the Tour de France. His first edition for them was typically consistent, finishing in the top six of five different stages, but lacking the edge of his heyday; by the following year his powers had seriously waned, and he only made the top ten once.

Now that Sagan has retired, the team must embark on a new direction. They’ve struggled at the Tour in recent years and haven’t won a stage since Lilian Calmejane in 2017.

It will be hard for them to break that duck this year. Of the four non-WorldTour entries, they probably have the weakest roster, as reflected by the fact that they’d only won three races this season as of the beginning of June.

Consequently, their strategy will be to buy daily tickets in the lottery that is getting into the breakaway. Mathieu Burgaudeau is a particular specialist at this, having finished second and third on stages of last year’s race, and placed second in the King of the Mountains classification at this year’s Paris-Nice riding similarly aggressively.

The likes of Pierre Latour, Anthony Turgis, Geoffrey Soupe and Alexis Vuillermoz all provide experienced options for TotalEnergies to potentially select. And though the team don’t tend to target GC anymore, Stef Cras ’ 11th place finish at the Vuelta a España last year suggests he could become their first rider to crack the top ten since Pierre Rolland in 2015 — although his participation remains up in the air due to his involvement in the horror crash at Itzulia Basque Country.

  • Team leaders: Tadej Pogačar
  • Rider to watch: Adam Yates, Juan Ayuso

Tadej Pogačar takes aim at the first Giro-Tour double since 1998

Phase one of UAE Team Emirates ’ great ambition to win the Giro/Tour double this year with Tadej Pogačar was a success, with the Slovenian waltzing to an enormous victory at the first Grand Tour . Now, it’s time for the hard part.

Pogačar won the Giro at a canter, almost 10 minutes clear of second place as he won a staggering six stages without ever appearing to have to stretch himself. But at the Tour, he’ll be up against a much stronger field of GC candidates, none of whom have the accumulated fatigue of having already completed a Grand Tour this season – even if Evenepoel, Roglič, and Vingegaard are all making comebacks from that brutal Itzulia crash.

UAE Team Emirates provided ample support to him at the Giro, with Rafał Majka and Vegard Stake Laengen impressing in particular, but the team is set to ring in the changes with an all-new line-up at the Tour.

On paper, it’s a much stronger group of riders, and the team have announced that recent winner of the Tour de Suisse Adam Yates , and runner-up João Almeida , along with Juan Ayuso will support Pogačar's bid for victory at the Tour de France .

In Yates, they have the man who finished third last summer, even if his form this year is in more doubt, having performed only in patches since winning the UAE Tour in February. Ayuso provides another potential GC option, making his Tour debut on the back of a podium finish at the Vuelta a España and overall victory at Itzulia Basque Country earlier this year. 

More climbing firepower will come from Almeida, another rider who would slot in as a GC leader at most of the other teams in the peloton. Elsewhere, Pavel Sivakov and Marc Soler bolster the climbing line-up along with Tim Wellens and Nils Politt , the latter pairing set to feature in the engine room during flatter stages.

The team will be hoping Ayuso, Sivakov, Wellens, and Politt recover well from a mass spill at the Critérium du Dauphiné, with Ayuso forced out of the race with pain in both hips as a result.

  • Team leader: Alexander Kristoff
  • Riders to watch: Andreas Leknessund, Magnus Cort

Alexander Kristoff will hope to add to his four career Tour de France stage wins

After making a successful Tour de France debut last year, Uno-X Mobility have been invited back by ASO as a wild card entry again.

Last year, they impressed by being active in the breakaways, with Tobias Halland Johannessen enjoying particular success with three top-six finishes. He’s set to return this year and on the back of some good form, too, having finished sixth at La Flèche Wallonne during the spring.

This time, they’ll have more strings to their bow. In new signing Andreas Leknessund , they have a rider capable of challenging for GC, even if he hasn’t yet shown the form this season that saw him finish eighth overall at the Giro d’Italia last year. And Magnus Cort brings considerable experience as a two-time former stage winner at the Tour, and will be dangerous from an intermediate stage break or reduced bunch sprint.

They will also again have Alexander Kristoff for the bunch sprints, who, though poised to turn 37 during the Tour, has been winning regularly this past month or so and could have it in him to add to his four career Tour stage wins. 

But they are also sure to be one of the main presences in the breakaways, with Jonas Abrahamsen posing a particular threat, having recently won the Brussels Cycling Classic that way.

  • Team leader: Jonas Vingegaard
  • Rider to watch: Sepp Kuss, Wout van Aert

Jonas Vingegaard accelerates away during his dominant Tirreno-Adriatico win

The final decision arrived just one week before the start of the Tour de France: Jonas Vingegaard  and Wout van Aert were confirmed in Visma-Lease a Bike’s Tour de France line-up, ending weeks of speculation about their fitness and ambitions for the biggest race of the 2024 season.

But as the Tour approaches, however, Visma-Lease a Bike are still cautious on the fitness of Vingegaard. The defending champion’s participation was plunged into doubt when he crashed out of Itzulia Basque Country in April and hasn’t raced since. He has recently returned to training at high altitude, though his exact racing level won't become apparent before the Tour.

Given the severity of that fall, the fact he will return in time for the Tour de France feels miraculous, but doing so with the form to win the yellow jersey again will be an even bigger ask.

Prior to that crash, Vingegaard had started the season in intimidatingly good form, triumphing at both Tirreno-Adriatico and O Gran Camiño while claiming five stage wins in total, and would surely be the overwhelming favourite for yellow were it not for his fitness and form doubts. 

The team has stated that Vingegaard has recovered enough from the crash to achieve a good result, while the Dane himself has said, “The last few months have not always been easy, but I thank my family and Team Visma-Lease a Bike for their unwavering support. We have worked together to get to this moment, and of course, I am very excited to see where I stand. I feel good and very motivated."

The team will also field Sepp Kuss , who could potentially fill a GC role. The peerless climbing super-domestique proved himself as a Grand Tour GC rider by winning the Vuelta a España last year, though he hasn’t shown anything like that form so far this year. On top of that, he abandoned the Critérium du Dauphiné before the final day of racing as he wasn't feeling 100% .

Like Vingegaard, Van Aert, too, was a doubt as he tried to recover in time from the injuries that ruled him out of both the Giro d’Italia and the major spring Classics, though he has returned to racing at the Tour of Norway.

Van Aert has won nine stages at the Tour de France and won the green points jersey in 2022. He was keen to return to the Tour after missing the Giro. He has stated that his main goal is to "ride a top classification with Jonas."

Also on the team will be Tiesj Benoot , Jan Tratnik, Christophe Laporte and Wilco Kelderman . Matteo Jorgenson will make for a very useful addition to the line-up, bringing a diverse range of talents that has this year seen him win Paris-Nice and Dwars door Vlaanderen and score a surprising second overall at the Dauphiné.

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Stephen Puddicombe is a freelance writer based in Bristol. He has written for Cyclingnews since 2020, and has covered cycling professionally as a freelancer since 2013, writing for outlets such as Rouleur , Cycling Weekly and Cycle Sport , among other publications. He is the author of The World of the Tour de France, published by Sona Books. Outside of cycling he is a passionate cinephile, and a long-suffering Spurs fan.

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  • 1 A start on the other side of the Alps
  • 2 Back to France
  • 3 Heading for Western France
  • 4 In the heart of the Pyrenees
  • 5 The home stretch

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A start on the other side of the Alps

  • Stage 1: Saturday, June 29 - Florence to Rimini - 206km - Accidental
  • Stage 2: Sunday, June 30 - Cesenatico to Bologna - 199km - Accidental
  • Stage 3: Monday, July 1 - Piacenza to Turin - 230km - Flat
  • Stage 4: Tuesday, July 2 - Pinerolo to Valloire - 140km - Mountain

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Back to France

  • Stage 5: Wednesday, July 3 - Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Saint-Vulbas - 177km - Flat
  • Stage 6: Thursday, July 4 - From Mâcon to Dijon - 163km - Flat
  • Stage 7: Friday, July 5 - Nuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin - 25km - Time trial
  • Stage 8: Saturday, July 6 - Semur-en-Auxois to Colombey-Les-Deux-Églises - 183km - Flat
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Review: ‘Crazy for You’ serves up romance, dazzling tap moves in Ogunquit

Chockablock with Gershwin songs, the show is now at the Ogunquit Playhouse. The 'inimitable' Sally Struthers plays 2 comedic parts.

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Taylor Aronson, center, and the ensemble in “Crazy for You” at the Ogunquit Playhouse. Photo by Nile Scott Studios

“Who could ask for anything more?” is a famous line from “I Got Rhythm,” a classic tune by George and Ira Gershwin that’s included in the latest show at the Ogunquit Playhouse. It’s not a bad question to ask.

Theater review

WHAT: “Crazy For You”

WHERE: Ogunquit Playhouse, 10 Main St., Ogunquit

REVIEWED: June 16 (matinee); continues through July 13

TICKETS: starting at $40.

CONTACT: 207-646-5511;

You’ve got two solid stars up front, dozens of attractive singers and dancers behind them, and a wealth of both clever and romantic Gershwin songs. And, as if that weren’t enough, the inimitable Sally Struthers comes onstage to fill two comedic roles that supply some of the best laughs in the show.

Chalk it up to a production still coming together, but “Crazy For You” showed a few seams in terms of pacing in its first performance after opening night. But the impeccably performed vintage music and the let’s-put-on-a-show spirit of the book by Ken Ludwig carried the 2½-hour show through for an entertaining afternoon at the venerable summer theater on the southern coast of Maine.

The dynamic Max Clayton sang and danced like a veteran performer who knows where the audience-pleasing theatrical goodies are hidden. His banker character Bobby soon became a faux showbiz master as he falls for a girl and decides to revive her father’s theater in Nevada rather than foreclose on the property.

Clayton’s tap talents are many and were all smoothly executed with whirling flourishes that truly dazzled. His voice sold such long-time Gershwin favorites as “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” and “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” the latter accompanied by an impressive chorus of lovely, talented female singer/dancers.

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Max Clayton (Bobby Child) and Taylor Aronson (Polly Baker) in “Crazy for You” at the Ogunquit Playhouse. Photo by Nile Scott Studios

Taylor Aronson plays Bobby’s love interest Polly, adding her own very natural-sounding delivery to such classics as “Someone To Watch Over Me” and “But Not For Me.” Aronson also held her own in romantic song and dance duets with Clayton on such tunes as “Shall We Dance” and “Embraceable You.” Director Angelique Ilo’s take on the show’s original dance moves, choreographed by Susan Stroman, fit the pair well in both upfront showy and more elegantly flowing moments. Advertisement

The 76-year-old Struthers again proved her brilliant comedic timing in scenes with Clayton and Jim Borstelmann, the latter as a companionable British twit. Her double takes and little exclamations were hilarious as were some timeless bits of physical comedy performed by others throughout the show.

Angie Schworer and Peter Kendall got hot and heavy on “Naughty Baby” while a Cowboy Trio and a group of layabout ex-miners spiced up several pieces. Alexandria Van Paris, Delaney Bailey, Jack Doyle and Tony Roach also stood out in secondary roles. All were backed by a jauntily swinging offstage band led by Ken Clifton while some occasional onstage percussion from the players, tapping feet and more, served to bring things forward.

The sets by Adam Koch and costumes by William Ivey Long mix old-style Broadway flash and rustic cowboy folksiness, placing the audience in a world closer to an earlier, 1930s incarnation (The Gershwin brothers’ “Girl Crazy”) on which this award-winning 1992 show was based.

Steve Feeney is a freelance writer who lives in Portland.

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