2018 GC Classic 15 Days

Bikestyle 2017-07-20-106

TRIP DETAILS : 
Duration: 15 days (14 nights)
Dates: Monday, 16 July – Monday, 30 July 2018
Start: Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alps
Finish: Paris, Île-de-France
Accommodation: 3 and 4 Star hotels
Group Size: 30 Guests (5 Staff)
Suitable for: Cyclists and Non Cyclists
TRIP COST: AUD$7650.00 (US$5890.00)
OPTIONAL SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: AUD$1350.00 (US$1040.00)

Note: All trip costs are per person, not including airfare and based on two persons per room. If traveling alone we will match you with a person to share. Alternatively, you may choose to have a room of your own by paying the single supplement.

Optional Extras:

Highlights:

  • Experience the excitement of the 2018 Tour de France
  • Watch the exciting French alps stages including the pretty Annecy stage start and the stage finish to Alpe d’Huez from your private balcony
  • Stay on Alpe d’Huez
  • Visit Carcassonne – UNESCO world heritage site
  • Ride the famous Geant of Provence, Mont Ventoux
  • Watch the decisive stages for General Classification in the Pyrenees
  • Ride the Tourmalet, Hautacam, Col du Soulour and Col d’Aubisque
  • Catch the TGV to Paris and watch the final stage on the Champs-Elysees
  • Morning ride around the Paris Sights before the vibrant city awakes

Who is this trip for?

Our GC Classic trip is our most popular trip to the Tour de France, for cyclists and their non-riding partners. Many of our past guests return to the Tour de France and join our GC Classic trip. It is popular because we ride the famous climbs and see the famous race, all in a very supportive environment. Our carefully planned itinerary minimises our transfers with focus on where we ride, beautiful places to visit and see great moments of the race. A great way to escape by bike.

In 2018, our highlight will be staying on course for the Alpe d’Huez stage where you will be able to watch the riders pass from our very own terrace balcony. You’ll be able to see the earlier climbs on television and have all the necessary comforts before cheering the riders on from your elevated position. We will also ride the mystical 21 switchbacks of Alpe d’Huez during our stay, as well as the Geant of Provence, Mont Ventoux and of course the other giant in the Pyrenees, Col du Tourmalet. These 3 mountains are the bucket list climbs of the French countryside.

France is a big country, and traveling between the Alps and the Pyrenees takes time. We will travel in a luxury coach – it was a brand new coach in 2017. Your bike travels safely in a custom built trailer and after your daily ride, where we meet up with our coach, you will have the use of our hot shower facility. If we have a transfer, we have cold drinks on board the coach and you can recline back in your seat until we arrive back at our destination for the evening.  It takes all the hassle out at the end of the day after riding your bike on your cycling holiday.

Our trip starts in the beautiful Savoie region of France, where we visit the lakeside towns of Aix-les-Bain and Annecy. We then visit the spectacular Alps, waking each morning with breathtaking views. On departing the Alps, we sample some culinary delights in Provence and conquer Mont Ventoux. We stop off and visit France’s best preserved medieval city of Carcassonne. Our second last stop is in the Pyrenees, where a plethora of famous climbs are at our doorstep and then finally our TGV transfer to Paris for the finish on Champs-Elysees. This trip is our classique Tour de France experience.

Itinerary

Monday 16 July: Bienvenue (Welcome) to France

Our staff will meet you at Lyon Saint-Exupery airport at 11:00 am. Saint-Exupery airport facility and is easily accessible by TGV from Paris as well as other European destinations by train or plane. There are also some international flights that arrive into Lyon. Arriving in Europe a day early is the best way to prepare for your trip.

After collecting you from Lyon, we’ll transfer you to our 3-star hotel in Aix-les-Bains. Our hotel has a pool and is conveniently located near the centre ville, giving you the opportunity to explore this thermal spa town. Staff will help you ready your bike, or fit your pedals to your hire bike before heading out for our warm-up ride. We have a longer ride option available today, which will give some the opportunity to test out your gears and brakes, as we circumnavigate Lac du Bourget. Our purpose of today’s ride is to get your bearings, meet the rest of the group and check over your bike. Today is a rest day on the tour and riders will be staying nearby, so we may be lucky and cross paths with some riders during their recovery ride.

Tonight we’ll enjoy a special welcome dinner at a local restaurant, a perfect opportunity to meet fellow guests and staff who will be on hand to answer questions about your cycling holiday with Bikestyle Tours.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Welcome Dinner (with drinks)

Overnight
Savoie, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Tuesday 17 July: Lake Annecy and a Stage Start

Today, staff will load your bikes onto our custom trailer and our chauffeur will transfer us the short distance to Annecy for today’s stage start. Annecy is one of the most beautiful towns in France, partly due to its stunning location on the shores of Lake Annecy. The centre of Annecy is crisscrossed by canals and medieval buildings, giving it the nickname of Venice of the Alpes.

We will arrive in time to see riders sign on and gather for the start, giving you time to take a selfie with your favourite riders or for the bike-tech guru, see the latest gadgets on this year’s bikes in the bunch. Annecy is a beautiful village to explore, even without today’s race start. It will be an enjoyable day in Annecy for our cyclists and non-riders. We’ll also have the spectacle of watching the Women set off on their battle for La Course.

Annecy

Non-riders will be able to have a little more time to enjoy Annecy after the stage starts. For the rest of us, we will take to the bikes ourselves. We have two ride options available today. Our easier option will stick to the valley roads and return to Aix-les-Bains. But if you’d like to test your legs more, we have one of the nicest climbs in the area marked out for us, Semnoz.

Semnoz is a popular climb with the locals and was only included in the Tour de France as recently as 2013 for the penultimate stage. A stage Nairo Quintana won. The climb from Annecy is 17km long with an average gradient of 7%, so it is comparable to the biggest climbs you’ll conquer during our trip.

We will return to Aix-les-Bains in time for you to explore the Centre-Ville, even take a dip in the cooling waters of Lac du Bourget. It will be an exciting finish to today’s first mountain stage of the tour, only the riders with form will make the final selection to Le Grand Bornand. You are free to dine in one of the many restaurants in Aix-les-Bains this evening.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Savoie, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Wednesday 18 July: 21 switchbacks of Alpe d’Huez and Dutch corner

There is no better day to climbs Alpe d’Huez than the day before the race comes through. There will be a partial road closure to traffic, and spectators will already line the roads, from bottom to top! Climbing seems easier with the cheering spectators. It will probably be the closest you’ll ever feel to being in the Tour de France (for most of us we can only dream).

We’ll make the short transfer in our coach to the Romanche valley, giving you a chance to warm up your legs. Soon out of Bourg d’Oisans, the switchbacks begin. Besides the mystique of the 21 switchbacks, most people remember the challenge of the first 3 corners where the gradients are steepest. After making it through those corners, the views and crowds will spur you on. Today, be sure to absorb the atmosphere of Dutchie corner (corner 7) before pushing along for the final 6 corners. Our longer ride will have an opportunity to make a double ascent.

Each corner is marked with the winner of each stage that has finished at the summit. In 2018, the stage winner to Alpe d’Huez will be etched onto the sign marking turn 13, joining Dutchman Peter Winnem. The Dutch have taken more victories on Alpe d’Huez than any other nation. Maybe there is something in the beer on Dutch corner.

Today will be a memorable ride. When you reach the summit we will check into our hotel, and give you time to explore this beautiful village on the eve of the Tour de France arrival. Our hotel for the next 3 nights is beautiful family run 3-star hotel on race route. The timber styled rooms are what you’d expect in the French Alps, and opening your window to the surrounding mountains is worthy of sharing with your friends back home. Each evening we’ll dine in the hotel’s dining room with a lovely homestyle meal.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Isère, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Thursday 19 July:  Le Tour on Alpe d’Huez

It’s a very special day today. It has been three years since this mythical mountain featured in Le Tour, in 2015 it was a French rider who claimed victory. In fact, it was the third successive French stage victory on the Alpe. Could it be another Frenchman today? Maybe it’s time for Romain Bardet? Today’s long stage and cumulation of the previous two days in the mountains will make an entertaining final climb. One to be there for.

Our plan will be to ride early to avoid road closures on Alpe d’Huez and tackle Col de Sarenne – After reaching the summit we can return back to the village and head up to one of the lakes above the village. We’ll then return to the chalet and relax while we wait for the race on Alpe d’Huez.  Of course it’s not compulsory to take a ride today, so this may be the perfect day to rest the legs from cycling, maybe take a short walk in the mountains and just soak up the atmosphere of the biggest day at the Tour. Another option this morning without the bike to take the gondola up to Pic Blanc. The highest lift station is are 3,330m and there is a wonderful viewing deck. Often you can see across the entire Alps to Mont-Blanc.

On Alpe d’Huez today the crowds will be enormous and the atmosphere electrifying. Thankfully at the end of the day, we will have a short walk back to our hotel rather than hours of sitting in post-race traffic jams that are an unavoidable part of an Alpe d’Huez race finish for most people today.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Isère, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Friday 20 July: Col du Glandon and Col de la Croix de Fer

We have a great ride for our long ride option on the bike, this is definitely one of our favourites. Possibly because of the scenic Lac de Grand Maison you pass, or it may be that we achieve two cols for the day? Sounds tempting, if you’d prefer a shorter ride, you’ll be able to turn left at Barrage du Verney and head into Bourg d’Oisans for today’s stage start.

From our hotel we will head down to Huez village and take the beautiful balcony road along Villard Reculas towards Allemond where we will take a right turn and head up the Col de Croix de Fer to see the race pass with around 50 kilometres to go. 

There is a little bonus though. On our way up we can take a small detour and up to the Col du Glandon and then back to the intersection and continue up to the Col de Croix de Fer, giving us two Cols for the day. It’s just short of 60 kilometres, 30 up and 30 down!

The Croix de Fer is a very long and irregular climb. From Barrage du Verney, the Col de la Croix de Fer is 27 km long at an average of 4.7 %. Over this distance, you climb 1,300 m. Not the hardest climb you ever did but certainly tough after the accumulation of the past few days. If you wish, you can continue down the valley and watch the start of today’s stage, before returning to our hotel.

We will return to our hotel for a relaxing afternoon and watch the fast men battle it out on one of the few remaining stages for sprinters. We will have another delicious meal prepared by our lovely host for our final night on Alpe d’Huez..

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Isère, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Saturday 21 July: Balcony roads and Provence

We depart the Alps today, and the Tour will start making its journey across France. We have a few days away from the Tour now. Instead, we will achieve some of our own cycling goals and enjoy some beautiful parts of the country. We will ride each morning over the next couple of days, beating the heat and return to our hotel in time to see the end of the stage on television. Today is a stage in the Central Massif, with a finish to Mende aeroport.

We will drive down the mountain and beyond Grenoble this morning before getting on our bikes. You can miss some of the nicest parts of a country if you only you stick on highways, high-speed rail links or travel by plane. We will not allow such a chance go by. So, today we will make a small diversion to the spectacular Vercors mountains on our way to Provence.

The Vercors massif is a rugged sequence of mountains, valleys and plateaus. Therefore, any road through this region will either follow the valley or hug the edge of the maintain along a spectacular balcony road. We will ride along some of the most beautiful roads, that you possibly haven’t heard of. We do promise a photogenic route and you will take with you incredible memories.

Vercors

After our spectacular ride, we’ll continue on our journey south to Provence and our hotel in the small town of Nyons in an area known as Drome-Provencale. This is typical Provence with a landscape of vineyards, lavender fields, olive groves and picture book villages. We have the next 2 nights in our traditional hotel situated in the heart of the town. Each night we will enjoy a beautiful meal with local ingredients on our hotel’s terrace.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Drôme, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Sunday 22 July: Mont Ventoux, Géant de Provence

Today we’ll take our turn at riding Mont Ventoux and see how our efforts compare with the riders of the peloton. We may take a bit longer but we’ll enjoy it a bit more perhaps!

We’ll get away in the cool of the morning and travel to the village of Malaucene where we will begin our warm-up ride over to the base of Mont Ventoux, Bedoin. This is the most famous and traditional route of the Tour de France that winds its way up through the forest to Chalet Reynard where the well known “moonscape” of Mont Ventoux comes into view. With the hardest section now behind us, the last 6 kilometres of bare landscape provides magnificent views over the plains of the Luberon as you pass by the monument to Tom Simpson, who died tragically on the slopes of the mountain in the 1967 Tour de France. For those who want an easier ride today, we can propose something a little easier than the entire Ventoux loop.

After the compulsory photographs at the summit, we’ll head back down via the thrilling descent to Malaucene for lunch and a cool drink in the shade. Once we’ve recovered it’s back to the hotel in the bus, or if you still have the energy a 25km ride back to Nyons. We’ll be back in Nyons in time to watch the finish to today’s challenging stage across the Tarn region. The final climb in today’s stage is the French training climb for our Bikestyle staff, as our headquarters are at the base of Pic de Nore.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Drôme, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes

Harder Ride Option

Monday 23 July: Carcassonne, La Cité de Medieval

Today is the final rest day for riders in Carcassonne. It is the biggest city of Aude and it hosts the biggest medieval castle of Europe. The first stones of this fortress were posed in the 10th century. Political and religious changes left the castle in ruins until the end of the 19th century when it was classified as historical monument. In the 20th century, a big restoration started and in 1996 the fortress became a UNESCO world heritage site.

As a result Carcassonne is now among the major attractions in France. It consists of two towns: the Bastide St-Louis (also known as the Ville Basse or Lower City) and the medieval Cité. It is one of, if not, the best example of a medieval fortress. It stands proudly on the hill overlooking the plains of the Aude.

There are remarkable views over the surrounding countryside from the three kilometres of ramparts, with two fortified enclosures (4th and 13th century), four gateways, 52 towers, and barbicans. You are free to enter the fortress and inside you will find cobbled streets with shops and restaurants. It is a must-see on your trip.

After we have seen the castle and enjoyed a lunch in the square we will meet and ride back from Carcassonne to Mirepoix (60km).

After the lunch we will head to Mirepoix. This medieval village-bastide city was erected in the 13th century on the river Hers. The main square of the village is surrounded by half-timbered houses built on galleries that host traditional shops and cafés. It is a good spot and has many dining choices at one of the numerous terraces.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Ariège, Occitanie

Harder Ride Option

Tuesday 24 July: Cathars and Le Tour enters the Pyrenees

Mirepoix is a lovely village to explore for our non-riders. You may also like to visit a famous Cathar castle while we support our long ride option. For our cyclists we have two great ride options available, both will catch up with the race as it passes close to our hotel early this afternoon. Our easier option is a local village ride along some quiet country roads. Ariège is a lovely area for riding, as there a great flat options, while the Pyrenees are at our doorstep, spoilt for choice.

Towering above Montsegur at 1207 m is one of the most famous Cathar castles. This is the destination for our challenging ride option. Catharism is an old religion violently repressed by the Catholic Church of Rome between the 10th and the 12th century. At Montsegur, a tragic episode took place when the crusaders of the French Church burnt the 200 occupants of the castle which was besieged during 10 months.

After a short visit, we will return back to the hotel, with a stopover for watching the race come through. This afternoon, you’ll have time to relax, possibly have an afternoon nap if your dirty clothes are out numbering your clean ones, drop some clothes in a washer. The final climbs in today’s stage will be something to watch, and in 2015 it was a stage where Chris Froome took important time from his competitors on the final descent. Television will be the best spot today to see the finish.

Tonight you are free to dine at one of the many terraces in the main square of Mirepoix.

We will arrive in time to see riders sign on and gather for the start, giving you time to take a selfie with your favourite riders or for the bike-tech guru, see the latest gadgets on this year’s bikes in the bunch. Annecy is a beautiful village to explore, even without today’s race start. We’ll also have the spectacle of watching the Women set off on their battle for La Course.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Ariège, Occitanie

Harder Ride Option

Wednesday 25 July: Col du Tourmalet

Today is the shortest stage in Tour de France history. Dubbed more of a mountain sprint than a mountain stage, it will be exciting to watch from beginning to end. With riders not heading off until mid-afternoon, it gives us plenty of time for our ride this morning. This completes our triple set of bucket list climbs for this trip – Col du Tourmalet. Tour de France is the main event, Col du Tourmalet has featured more than any other mountain, it is a great climb.

Today we will tackle the highest road in the central Pyrenees. The summit of the hors categorie climb up to Col du Tourmalet has been crossed 75 times during the history of the Tour. It will be more special today, as fans will already be camped out on the mountain for Friday’s stage. Remember, a screaming fan makes climbing seem easier!

We’ll travel to Bagneres-de-Bigorre, which will give you a warm-up before the 23 km climb up the eastern side of Col du Tourmalet begins at Campan. It’s a gradual climb, with an average of 6.4%. But more of the ascending is done closer to the summit than at the bottom, so choose a low gear and enjoy the view. When we reach the top it will all seem worth it and the cafe at the top is a nice warm place to meet up and regroup, with a nice collection of cycling memorabilia.

Once we reach the summit of this mighty mountain, we will descend down the western side to Luz-Saint-Sauveur where we can have some lunch. After lunch, it is a downhill run to our hotel, where we will spend the next 3 nights. Our hotel is conveniently located at the junction of many famous climbs in the Pyrenees. So much drama has played out in the valley during the 105 editions of Le Tour. Tonight we will have a special cyclists dinner at our hotel, helping us refuel for our climbing ahead of us.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Hautes Pyrénées, Occitanie

Harder Ride Option

Thursday 26 July:  Col du Soulour, Col d’Aubisque and stage finish in Pau

Today we will tackle another famous climb of the Pyrenees and is always a highlight ride for our guests. We’ll give you chance to ride this before race day, so that you can experience the joy of riding along la Corniche du Cirque de Litor. Views reward those on the spectacular balcony road between Col de Soulor and Col d’Aubisque. Our rides will guide us to the finish of today’s stage in Pau, via the finish of village of tomorrow’s stage Laruns.

After fueling up at breakfast, we’ll head off into the village of Argeles-Gazost. An initial climb starts from Argeles-Gazost but it’s not too long before the road flattens taking us to the village of Arrens-Marsous. From here the real climbing begins, a manageable 7.5km averaging close to 8% takes us to the first col, Col du Soulor. For the faster riders, there is an option to follow the final climbs of tomorrow’s stage and include le col des Bordères also.

Our welcoming party of local cattle and horses grazing on these high pastures will greet us before we carry on. With the most difficult climbing behind us now, we have a short descent before the final 7km to the summit of Col d’Aubisque, where we can reward ourselves with lunch. We will descend to Pau to see the finish and meet the bus before our transfer back to our hotel.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Hautes Pyrénées, Occitanie

Harder Ride Option

Friday 27 July: Luz Ardiden, Hautacam and mountain stage live

Today is our last riding day in the mountains and we intend to make it a memorable one for you. From our hotel we will leave for the relatively short ride to the base of Luz Ardiden where we will climb to the top of this famous climb – think Lance Armstrong and plastic bags. We will ride to the base via the Gorges de Luz to Luz St-Sauveur. There we turn right for the ski station Luz Ardiden. The first 7 km of the 15 km is pretty steep. About halfway up the climb, it gets a bit more modest with a km of about 5%. But the lasts kms are again quite hard.

Part two of our day (or part one if you choose to skip Luz Ardiden) will see us heading back towards the hotel and then past the hotel and onwards up to another of the Tours famous climbs, the ski station of Hautacam. The top of the Hautacam is where the Tour has finished before, however the road continues to the Col de Tramassel.

The first few kilometres after Argeles are downhill but soon you get a hard section of 10%+ before a small descent. Now, you’re close to the hardest part of the climb near Saint-Andre there is 3 kilometers of 9-10% on average. After this, the climb continues to be inconsistent, never really going below 8% until the top. After photos at the top, we will return to the valley in time to watch the race come through before their final 2 climbs.

From our hotel, we will head down to Huez village and take the beautiful balcony road along Villard Reculas towards Allemond where we will take a right turn and head up the Col de Croix de Fer to see the race pass with around 50 kilometres to go.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Hautes Pyrénées, Occitanie

Harder Ride Option

Saturday 28 July:  From Sud-Ouest to Paris at 320km/h

We will have an early start today and head off to the nearby train station and catch the TGV directly to Paris. You haven’t travelled if you have not experienced this amazing high-speed train which will transport you to Paris in comfort, travelling at speeds of up to 320kmh! To make life easy for you we will transport your luggage and bikes separately to save you lugging them about.

On arrival in Paris we will transfer to our hotel, where you can relax and watch the final time trial on television before heading out to dinner this evening. Tonight we will have our farewell dinner to leave tomorrow night free for you to enjoy Paris.

Tonight we will have our farewell dinner at an iconic Paris restaurant, Le Train Bleu, which is a Paris institution. The restaurant has served drinks and meals to travellers and other guests since 1901 in an ornate and beautifully decorated setting inside the vast halls of the Gare de Lyon rail station. It’s a once in a lifetime experience and one of the highlights of their time in France for many of our guests.

Easier Ride Option

N/A

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Paris, Île-de-France

Harder Ride Option

N/A

Sunday 29 July: Paris Sights and the Champs Elysees

This morning we have a special treat in store as we take a ride through Paris, past all the famous monuments, and along the Champs Elysees. The last chance for a group photo underneath the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, is our last stop before we head back to the hotel.

We’ll be up early to avoid the road closures and return to the hotel for a leisurely breakfast before we head down to the Champs Elysees later in the day to enjoy the racing and festivities of the final day of the 2017 Tour de France.

The last stage of the Tour De France is traditionally a procession until the entrance onto the Champs-Elysees where the racing really starts. Riders traditionally chat, celebrate the final stage, pose for photographs, drink Champagne… sometimes they even dress-up, swap bikes and generally horse around. Traditionally, once the race gets into Paris, the Yellow jersey and his team lead the peloton onto the Champs-Elysees for what is basically a big criterium in the centre of the French Capital.

Easier Ride Option

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Paris, Île-de-France

Harder Ride Option

Monday 30 July: Au Revoir (Farewell)

It is a farewell to your new friends as our GC Classic trip comes to an end this morning. Over the past two weeks, you’ve experienced the excitement of the Tour de France up close, challenge yourself on the world’s most famous climbs and you’ve created new friendships and great memories. Hopefully, you’ve had an unforgettable holiday with Bikestyle Tours. We hope we see you again one day.

Meals: Breakfast

Inclusions

Tour cost is per person twin share and includes:

  • Transport throughout by custom mini vans or luxury coach
  • Services of our experienced tour guides, mechanics and drivers
  • 14 nights accommodation 3 & 4 Star hotels
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • 3 course evening meals on 11 nights
  • Wine at welcome and farewell dinners
  • TGV tickets from the Pyrenees to Paris
  • Mechanical assistance with your bike
  • Scheduled arrival transfer on day one from Lyon Saint-Exupery Airport
  • Ride files and Bikestyle guide to the 2018 Tour de France
  • Full Bikestyle Tours kit including knicks, cycling jersey, cap and musette bag

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