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Gravel Riding Biking Holiday

Overview

Coaches: In House
Start Date: 04/01/2020
End Date: 31/12/2020
Sports: Cycling
Location: Spain
Price from: €540

Details

Gravel bike riding has taken off massively and you can now take your new found passion for gravel bike riding on holiday to Andalucia in southern Spain.

It seems to have re-ignited our passion for riding for riding sake. Gravel bike riding gives us the feeling of freedom and adventure, riding without a definitive route plan and not being restricted to tarmac roads, we can now mix it up and discover places unreachable by road alone.

It will take you back to your teenage years where anything goes! Here in the Serrania de Ronda and Grazalema Natural Park we ride on a mix of roads, vehicle width gravel tracks, single track trails, through forests and grass meadows. Every gravel bike ride is an adventure, with each route offering a variety of terrain to refine your gravel bike riding technique and push the limits.

We have spent the last 14 years exploring this part of Spain, and have put together a weeks worth of outstanding gravel bike riding. The terrain is best described as dry and dusty, fast flowing with a fair few rocky sections and plenty of switchbacks thrown in. The trails we ride are empty, nothing is man-made, all as mother nature intended it to be!

Andalucian Cycling Experience gravel biking holidays are suitable for intermediate and experienced gravel bike riders. Our unrivalled local knowledge means we can ensure your gravel biking holiday is tailor-made to your requirements.

We always try to tailor rides to suit ability and fitness levels but at the same time want you the rider to experience the best trails you have ever ridden. This usually means a bit of effort in the climb although this is more than rewarded for the awesome descents that follow.

Many of the trails have a remote feel and you are unlikely to see any other riders with things only getting busy whilst the local shepherd and his flock pass through.

 

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