Since 1994 they have organised exclusive guided tours for individuals, groups and companies throughout Alsace. Nestled on the borders of Switzerland and Germany and separated from the rest of France by the Vosges Mountains, Alsace is one of France’s best kept secrets. Alsace is also their home. The very best way to discover it is by joiningthems for a cycling, walking or wine tour.
Bicyclette Go ! is a local company, created by Glenn Ford, based in the wine village of Voegtlinshoffen. In 2015 Glenn was awarded a Bronze Medal by the French Republic for his services to tourism in France.
Alsace Cycling Tour
7 days (Bike: 6 days)
250 km (~42km per day)
Tour Operator Bicyclette Go
Welcome to the cycling paradise known as Alsace. Nestled on the borders of Switzerland and Germany and separated from the rest of France by the Vosges Mountains, Alsace is one of France's best kept secrets. If you enjoy cycling then we'd love to share this secret with you.
Alsace is a world renowned wine region and its famous 'Route du Vin' (wine road) encompasses more than 100 wine producing villages. As well as producing fantastic wines Alsace is also France's best beer brewing region and produces excellent spring water. What more could you want?
Alsace offers more than 2,500km of cycle paths and is one of the best places to cycle in the world with many paths leading us through vineyards, wine villages and the enchanted forests of the Vosges Mountains, which are celebrated for their unspoilt beauty and numerous castle ruins.
Our tours start in the midst of the Alsace vineyards near Colmar, the wine capital of Alsace. We will be lead through some of the most beautiful, flower decked wine villages in France such as Riquewihr, Turckheim, Kaysersberg and Eguisheim, straight from the pages of a Grimm brothers fairy tale book.Our tours pass through our home village of Voegtlinshoffen which produces some of the best white wines and cremants (champagnes) in the world. These wines are a fine accompaniment to the outstanding local cuisine. Did you know that Alsace has more Michelin Stars than any other region in France?
Another fascinating aspect of Alsace is its intriguing complex history. Since 1870 Alsace has changed nationality four times! We will learn how this has influenced its culture and everyday life in Alsace.