If you’ve never experienced cycling in Guadeloupe, this winter is the time to go! Getting there is now much easier (and cheaper!), with Norwegian Air’s direct flights starting in December from New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), and Baltimore/Washington (BWI). Scheduled flights are seasonal, due to end in March, giving cyclists the perfect time window to escape winter weather.
We’re working with Discover France to provide organized programs this winter. With support from Guadeloupe Tourism (CGIT), there are also plans under way to add self-guided programs and make bike rentals available. Stay tuned!
Next stop after the Tour de France was the Tour Cycliste de la Guadeloupe. Always great to get back to our favorite cycling island, especially for a first-time look at a spectacle with 64 years of history.
Though much smaller in stature than the signature event run on the roads of mainland France, […]
As the Tour de France V101 approaches, we’re really looking forward to seeing the pro women’s field on the Champs-Elysées finishing circuit the final Sunday in Paris. It’s a great way for the world’s biggest bike race to mark its entry into a second century of suffering. Many of the biggest stage races […]
The Tour de France’s 100th year has come and gone. It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is our own 25th anniversary with the world’s biggest bike race. Over the years, our style and focus has continually evolved. The goal has, however, remained the same: to smooth out your ride through the Tour craziness while […]
What better place to escape March unpleasantness than a cycling-mad Caribbean island like Guadeloupe? There’s nothing like a sun-filled cycling vacation on the horizon to keep the workout motivation going for a few more weeks. And in the French West Indies, the good weather is guaranteed. The daily high is always in the low […]