Staying fit is hard work, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy the process. We believe that the key to helping people achieve long-term fitness results is to make sure that they have a great time while they are exercising. Our Cycling Tours are designed with this concept in mind.
Whether on a single-day excursion or a week-long trek across our beautiful countryside, a Cycle4Fitness event is one that you will remember and cherish for a lifetime. No matter which event you choose, you’ll enjoy the same level of support, encouragement and enjoyment from our team of fitness professionals.
One of the best things about a group trip is the new friendships that develop along the way. Shared adventures have a way of strengthening existing relationships, and you will build memories as a group that you will remember for years to come. You will also meet and socialize with other riders before each ride, during breaks, and while recovering after the ride – opening the door to new friendships.
Exercise should be fun. This is a core belief that influences every decision we make as we design an event. From getting to know other participants in discussion forums to the after-ride recovery parties in our multiple day events, we want you to enjoy the time that you spend with us, and we do everything we can to make that happen.
Fitness isn’t just in our name, it’s in everything we do. You will certainly benefit from the exercise during the actual event, but we also provide health and fitness resources – training tips, health and safety information, and workout guidelines that will not only prepare you for the trip but can also be used to improve your fitness anytime. Our yoga programs and resources can help you improve flexibility, core strength, endurance and inner peace, and if you desire personalized training, our coaching services are a great way to prepare for a future event with us.
Experience your next road trip in a whole new way – join us for one of our excursions and experience our beautiful world the way that it was meant to be seen, while cycling.