Welcome to More Than 21 Bends cycling holidays - we have been living, riding and organising cycling tours from our base in Bourg d'Oisans since 2008
and in that time have had more than 1000 guests stay with us, many more than once, and many who have stayed so many times we now regard them as friends.
We welcome riders of all abilities, individuals and riders with a friend or partner, or with a group of mates.
Supported Cycling Holidays
We have been organising cycling holidays from Bourg d'Oisans at the base of
Alpe d'Huez since June 2008. Our first cycling holiday that we created was our
ever popular Alpe d'Huez Tour of the Oisans. Since then we have expanded our
holidays to include holidays in other areas of France and also Spain and Italy.
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Self Catered Cycling Holidays
We fully understand that an organised tour might not be your thing. For this
reason we have a selection of cycle friendly properties in Bourg d'Oisans
ranging from 1 bedroom apartments to 5 bedroom houses. All our properties are
rated with our unique cycle friendly cogs.
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A Selection of our Self Catered Properties
Bed and Breakfast Cycling Holidays
In the Oisans area for a short period of time or want someone else to make
your breakfasts ? We have a selection of Bed and Breakfast accommodation right
in the centre of Bourg d'Oisans close to all the bars, restaurants and shops.
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Supported Day Ride
Due to popular demand we have created supported day rides. If you are in the area
for a short while, on a family holiday or want a mixture of doing your own thing
and help with logistics for some rides further away have a look at our day ride
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Cycle Hire, Servicing and Repairs
Based in the centre of Bourg d'Oisans PROMPT provide priority cycle hire, servicing and repairs to all More Than 21 Bends customers.
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Alpe d'Huez is a true legend amongst road cyclist and has witnessed many famous battles at the end of a Tour de France stage. Our base in Bourg d'Oisans sits just 1 minutes cycle ride from the twenty one bends. Its a classic climb and every cyclist should climb it. More >>
Col du Galibier
Needs little introduction and is up there with the like of Alpe d'Huez and Mont Ventoux as a must do climb. You can either approach it from the south after riding the Col du Lautaret or the north after riding the Col du Télégraphe. The Galibier has been used numerous times in the Tour de France and features every year in the La Marmotte Sportive. More >>
This classic Tour de France Climb in the Provence can be approached from 3 side and dominates the surrounding countryside. The classic ascent from Bedion is probably the hardest but the two other ascents from Maulecene and Sault are equally challenging. A must for any serious cyclist. More >>
New Zealand Road Cyclist Issue 21
Phil cycle New Zealand in Jan/Feb 2014 and was interviewed for the magazine on his NZ sportive experience
New Zealand Road Cyclist Issue 20
New Zealand Road cyclist joined us for our
Alpe d'Huez to Italy Tour in August 2013. The tour featured in the magazine
in January 2014.
Pedalier Issue 59
In October 2013 Phil made the short trip to Cambrils in southern spain to be an extra in a photoshoot for spanish cycling magazine Pedalier.
Cyclist Magazine Issue 12
Cyclist stayed with us in May 2013 to ride one of our favourite hidden routes in the Alpe d’Huez region. Guest writer Rob Penn joined me on the ride and Cyclist magazine put us on the front cover of the magazine plus a big spread in the magazine.
Ard Morgen Magazin
The day before the epic double ascent of Alpe d'Huez in the 2013 Tour de France Phil was part of a documentary about the area and the event. Phil was interviewed while riding up Alpe d'Huez.
Simpson Magazine Issue 2
May 2013 the snow came late and the Giro d'Italia struggled through the weather on its way up the Col du Telegraphe and the Col du Galibier. Simpson magazine stayed with us over the weekend and reported on the epic Giro d'Italia battle.