ExperiencePlus! - Bicycle Tours since 1972

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    • Why ExperiencePlus!

      Great question. Here are eight reasons our travelers think we provide the most interesting cycling tours.

    • Staff & Tour Leaders

      ExperiencePlus! people – from our home office to overseas offices and all of our tour leaders from all over the world – are as diverse as you can imagine.

    • Our Bikes

      We take great pride in our bike fleet. We have full time mechanics on staff in season and equip all bikes with everything you might need for your rides.

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    Bicycle Tours in Europe and Latin America

    Global Cycling With Local Character

    We often wonder: what is it about bicycling that moves people so deeply?

    Is it the universal thrill of balancing on two wheels that unites people across diverse cultures and thousands of miles? Is it the bicycle’s size and human-powered pace, which are ideal for navigating the back alleyways, country roads and wilderness paths that reveal a place’s true nature? Or is it sheer exertion that causes air to feel fresher, food to taste better, sleep to be sounder, and all worldly cares to fall by the wayside?

    Whatever it is about bicycling that moves you, there’s no denying the magic of exploring the world by bike.

    Since our first guided cycling tour of Italy in 1972, our family pastime has become a family business, our bicycle routes are now found in more than 20 countries, our people have been recognized with awards, our customers keep coming backour library of resources is flourishing, and our reputation—as one of the longest-running, most trusted companies in the business—makes us beam with pride.

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    • Recipes

      Recipe: Paczki or Polish Donuts

      In between the rolling hills of Sierockie, Poland, Grandma Zoisa lives quietly in a tiny village with a population of around 500 residents. The Tatra Mountains watch over her small cottage and encourage a crispness from the morning air. Grandma Zoisa rises unhurriedly as the sun kisses the moon goodnight because when the views are...Read More »

    • Travel Stories

      A Catalan Tradition Revived: Shepherding

      Our tour leaders in Spain recently forwarded this compelling New York Time's article on Shepherd Schools in the Catalonia region. The story struck close to home for Tour Leader and Spanish Tour Manager Joan Escosura who was born in Barcelona and spent a good deal of his childhood in a small village in the Pyrenees...Read More »