Wouldn’t You Rather Be Cycling
Holidays by Country
Welcome to Rather be Cycling, a dynamic and professional UK based cycling holiday and events company that reflects our passion and experience for all things cycling and travel related.
We are delighted to unveil our fantastic portfolio of brand new road, mountain bike and adventure cross (cyclocross bike) holidays around the globe. We’ve also included a few of the best trip itineraries that we’ve led and loved over the years and some new cycling events as well.
We know that your holiday is one of the most important decisions you’ll make this year. Choose Rather be Cycling and you can be assured that you’ll receive first rate service, excellent itineraries and knowledgeable & experienced guides as well as outstanding value for money. Our trips become guaranteed to run on low numbers and our group sizes are capped at fourteen - so, who would you rather be cycling with this year?
So whether your idea of biking bliss is bagging classic cols in the Alps, getting off the beaten tracks in Nepal or India, discovering Berber culture in Morocco, tearing up the steppe in the Stans or getting dirty behind bars here in the UK we’re convinced that you’ll have more smiles per mile with Rather be Cycling.
Have a browse round our website, sign up for our eNews, be inspired and remember who you’d rather be cycling with on your next holiday or event.
"Your guidance and expertise from the pre-planning process right through to the final day of the Matt Baker Rickshaw challenge for Children in Need was absolutely vital to its success."
Gareth Hydes, Head of Editorial, BBC Children in Need
"Thanks for leading us through the highs and the lows" - of Tibetan high altitude travel
"Just a wee note to say we were absolutely delighted with the service you provided and the feedback from everyone was incredibly positive. Thanks so much for a job very well done!"
Andrew - Cycling Scotland 2013
"The route exceeded my expectations. Having cycled extensively in the Alps before, it was very refreshing not to have to think about route-planning, secure in the knowledge that the route was well thought out by cyclists, for cyclists."
Simon - Alpine Road Biking 2012 See All Reviews