Neon Velo: Le Tour Des Alpes Classique and more

Neon Velo training camps are done and dusted, but that is just the start of the year and next up is the Le Tour Des Alpes Classique package on 15 June for 7 days. Neon Velo has this to say; “Days after the mighty Tour de France has done battle over the highest mountains of the Alps, you will have the opportunity to follow in the tyre tracks of cycling’s greats and do your very own Tour of the Classic Alps.” This would be a dream trip, fully assisted and access to some pretty cool recovery gear – just to ease the pain from some pretty epic riding. Starting on the Swiss border in Évian-les-Bains, next to Lake Geneva, crossing the most iconic climbs in the Alps and arriving in Nice with the welcoming deep blue Mediterranean sea to dip your tired legs in, this is a true test. Six days of riding you will not forget in a hurry. Amazing, and to top it off if you book now until the 17 March, it’s 20% off.

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