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Atlantic Pyrenees Cycling Guide

Are you looking for information on Cycling the Atlantic Pyrenees?

Are You…

  • Trying to work out whether Cycling in the Pyrenees or Alps is better?
  • Looking for information on Cycling the Col du Tourmalet, Aubisque and other Cols in the Pyrenees?
  • Trying to work out how to get to the Pyrenees and where to stay in the Pyrenees?

Yes to all these? Well read on.

Whilst Cycling in France is great, Cycling in the Pyrenees is even better. What I love about the Pyrenees is that the cols are all close together and easily accessible via multiple routes.

Ebook

Getting around the Alps can be a pain in the butt due to the size of the mountains and the need to use expensive tolls in some cases (the Tunnel de Frejus is a good example), and even take long detour routes around Cols.

The overall experience of cycling in the Pyrenees is a lot more laid back and enjoyable.

I can still picture the buzzing of cicadas, the long, long warm sunny days, the quiet roads, beautiful villages and lazy lifestyle. Delicious dinners, cold beers or local wines, going to sleep late, waking up to another warm day of exploring the area on bike or by car.

And now, planning a trip to enjoy the Pyrenees is easier than ever. I’ve taken all the information you need and compiled a special guide for the Atlantic Pyrenees.

Given how close together much of the riding in the Pyrenees is, this information and insight in this guide can easily be applied to a cycling trip to anywhere in the Pyrenees.

Get the guide that gives you all the tips and tricks for getting to the Atlantic Pyrenees for an epic cycling adventure including:

  • Getting There (airports to fly in to)
  • Baggage Restrictions
  • Taking your bike
  • How to pack your bike (and some bike case reviews)
  • Airline Options
  • Where to stay
  • Rides to do
  • Rough costing
  • Language
  • Accommodation
  • Weather
  • The Pyrenees and L’Etape du Tour
  • The Pyrenees and Le Tour de France
  • Mobile Phone coverage and options for mobile data

The guide was free for a limited time but is now available for immediate download (as a PDF) here.

Whilst mailing List subscribers got this for free, the good news is that if you’re a mailing list member, you get 15% off (everything in fact).

PLEASE NOTE: This product is in ebook format only. You will not receive a hard copy.

REFUND POLICY: I’m so confident you will be completely satisfied with your purchase, that you’ll receive your money back, guaranteed, no questions asked, if this isn’t the best information you’ve read on the Tour de France and L’etape du Tour!

Not Convinced?

Hey that’s totally cool. Below is a Google Books preview of some of the ebook so you can try before you buy. Note that you aren’t able to print or download the ebook, just view it. And if you like what you see, I hope you’ll sign up to the mailing list and get the guide for nothing.

Get The Guide to Cycling the Atlantic Pyrenees Now

Sign up to the VeloNomad mailing list and get 15% off, or buy it now below.

PLEASE NOTE: This product is in ebook format only. You will not receive a hard copy.

REFUND POLICY: I’m so confident you will be completely satisfied with your purchase, that you’ll receive your money back, guaranteed, no questions asked, if this isn’t the best information you’ve read on the Tour de France and L’etape du Tour!