Tuscan Adventure 2019

 May 10th to 19th

Italy, Tuscany and your bike.


Length:  10 Days, 9 Nights

Location: ​Tuscany​
Arrival: ​Friday​​May​ ​10th, at ​Pisa​ airport

Departure: Saturday, ​May 19th​, from ​Pisa ​airport

Cost ​$5800.00​

Single supplement $1,500.00​

Reserve a spot we would need a $1,000 deposit which is fully refundable before (Jan. 1st).​

Included: all meals, housing, transportation and ride support – and tons of fun

Not included: airfare, souvenirs, alcohol

Rolling into a small village for lunch on the piazza after a great morning of riding is only surpassed by the knowledge that you get to keep going after lunch for even more riding on the intimate, twisty roads, dense with history and present day beauty.

Join us for a delightful trip through the varied landscape of Tuscany. You will experience all Tuscany has to offer from the lush forested  Alpi Apuane in the north, then south to the vineyards and olive groves of Chainti and the classic open rolling hills of the Crete Senese.


We will stay in the stunning, vivacious town of Lucca for the first  four nights. Lucca is a medieval walled city, home of Pucini and full of life along the narrow ancient streets. Dinners at our favorite restaurants, very local, very Italian.

Rides from here include:

Tour of the Villas in the foothills just north of Lucca

The Monte Sera route with an 8km climb and a view over Pisa and the coastal plain to the sea.

The marble quarry classic ride from Massa to lunch in Castelnuovo and returning to descend to the ocean.

A visit to the source of tale of Pinnochio deep in the Alpi Apuane. This ride includes tiny remote mountain villages after riding along the Serchio river valley.


For the second half of the adventure, we bring you a couple hours south into the heart of Tuscany, the Chianti region. Staying in the village of Radda you experience an ancient hill town with incredible views in every direction.

Rides from Radda will include the following:

Riding north we will visit Greve for lunch and stop in Panzano to say hi Dario Cecchini the butcher.

South from Radda we will ride through Gaiole the home of the Eroica event, the premier gravel ride in Italy.

A short drive will take us to Asciano for the start of the stunning crete senese route. Up and down the high ridges of this unique landscape will leave an indelible impression

We will visit a long list of villages you will likely not have heard of. Volpaia, Dudda, Lucolena, Gaiole, Monteluco, Asciano, Piazza, Castello Brolio, Greve and Panzano are just a few of places we will ride through.

An excellent one day Tuscan cooking class at Badia Coltibuno is available on request.

May 10th, Friday, Trip begins Noon in Lucca. We will settle in at Il Seminario and then go out for a short ride around the wall and dinner in Lucca
Saturday, Ride tour  of  the Villas (40k) or bike path along Serchio (30k) Light dinner and evening Puccini recital
Sunday, Ride 45km to see the Giro Stage 2 dinner in Lucca
Monday, marble quarry ride and tour Carrara/Massa dinner in Massa/Forte di Marmi
Tuesday, Drive to Badia Coltibuono ride to Radda/Volpaia dinner at Badia
Wednesday, Ride and/or drive  to Crete Senesi dinner in Montalcino
Thursday, Cooking Class, Ride loop to Radda, Castellina, Panzano
Friday, Ride to determined, Dinner at Solociccia, Panzano
Saturday, short ride and depart for Pisa, arrive mid afternoon with time to explore Pisa and have a great celebration dinner!
May 19th, Sunday, depart Pisa airport

Book your trip today!

Pyrenees, Provence, Alps 2019

2019 Pyrenees, Provence, Alps, September 16th to 28th
Length:  13 Days, 12 Nights
Location: France
Arrival: Monday, September 16th, at Toulouse Blagnac airport

Departure: Saturday, September 28th, from Lyon Saint-Exupery airport

Cost $6,400.00

Single supplement $1,300.00

Over the last 9 years, CST has spent many hours riding and exploring the French Pyrenees while looking for new and exciting roads. In 2015 CST started offering trips to the Alps, with the same commitment and new, exciting roads to explore. For CST’s tenth year we are offering the best of both, with the iconic climb of Mont Ventoux to add a little more spice to your trip.

This is your chance to hit all the epic French climbs in one trip – Col du Tourmalet, Mont Ventoux, Alpe d’Huez and Col du Galibier. We will also ascend fantastic peaks that will enhance your cycling experience – Cirque de Troumouse, Lac de cap de Long and Superbagneres in the Pyrenees; and Col du Sabot, La Bérarde, and the Oisans balconies in the Alps. Enjoy a fun-filled trip with awe-inspiring climbs to check off your to-do list.


Included: all meals, housing, transportation and ride support – and tons of fun

Not included: airfare, souvenirs, alcohol

Villages in the Pyrenees

  • Argeles-Gazost



  • Arreau


Village in Provence

  • Bedoin

Villages in the Alps

  • Le Freney-d’Oisans

  • Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne


Proposed Itinerary TBD







Cyclesport Travel 2014: What are you training for?

Pyrenees Playground Trip — Arrive in Toulouse, France, on Tuesday, June 24th; Return Friday, July 4th.


Cyclesport Travel’s Pyrenees Playground trip is an event-centered 10-day vacation for cyclists who want to enjoy the unsurpassed beauty of the French Pyrenees while pedaling classic routes of the Tour de France. This trip offers you participation in the Ariegeoise Cyclesportive (Granfondo), one of the six UCI Golden Bike events worldwide, and daily rides in two famous cycling regions of the French Pyrenees. You will ride legendary mountain passes of the Tour de France including the Tourmalet, Plateau de Beille, Port de Lers, the Peyresourde, the Col d’Aspin, Col d’Agnes, Ax-3-Domaines, and more.


Cyclesport Travel Power Trip — Arrive in Toulouse, France, on Monday, June 23rd; Return Monday, June 30th.

Cyclesport Travel is also offering a seven-day trip for 2014 featuring a training camp style competitive atmosphere with ride support. After landing in Toulouse, the riding starts in Arreau, with legendary climbs including the Tourmalet, Ancizan, Peyresourde, and Aspin. In Vicdessos you will ride the Ariegeoise Cyclosportive finishing on the Plateau de Beille. Other climbs include the Chioula, Pradel, and Ax-3-Domaine.  And with this trip “extra credit” climbs are always available


(608) 352-0245       Scott@cyclesporttravel.com