Cycling in France: the Tour de France, croissants, L’Etape du Tour and La Marmotte, campervans and more.
You’ve seen it on the TV.
You’ve seen the campervans.
You’ve seen the (sometimes silly) people running along the riders in the TDF.
You’ve seen the mad Basques and Aussies roadside.
“Lucky buggers, why not me?” you think.
Indeed! Why not you?
The good news is, a cycling trip to France is within your grasp.
Thing is, planning a cycling trip to France is a lot of work.
It takes time, effort, and nous: you need to know the inside tips, tricks and secrets in order to avoid hassle and save money.
You might want to know:
- Where to fly in to
- Where you should ride (and how to choose between Alps and Pyrenees)
- What you need to take
- Whether you should take your bike (and what to watch out for)
- What to do about insurance (Including pitfalls)
- Do you need to know French
- How to get cheap internet on your phone
- What to do if you have special eating requirements
- What TDF stages should you see and where to see them from (and things to watch out for)
- Whether you should campervan or not (and the big pitfalls and things to consider)
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