September 2008

making it simple

It's not too late to book your self-guided trip for the fall! 

Off-the-beaten path destinations such as Umbria and Puglia in Italy are perfect destinations for cyclists, and the autumn colours and old-world villages
of Quebec's Eastern Townships are a must-see closer to home.


Umbria Cycling 9 days (New!)

If Tuscany is the heart of Italy, Umbria is its soul.
Being rural, it gives the visitor an authentic experience plus plenty to see and do including a wonderful combination of monuments in historic villages and dream-like vistas of bucolic countryside.

9 days/ 8 nights

Classic Accommodation: 

US$2650/ CAD$2650 

Luxe Accommodation:

US$3565/ CAD$3565

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Puglia Cycling 7 days

With the Adriatic Sea as a back-drop, quiet cycling roads, and fascinating sites (including the enigmatic
trulli in Alberobello) -- we were easily convinced to

create a trip. Setting out from Monopoli and finishing
7 days later in Otranto, you’ll see the best of this region, all the while enjoying distinctive lodging and exquisite meals.

7 days/ 6 nights

Classic Accommodation: 

US$1950/ CAD$1950 

Luxe Accommodation:  

US$2450/ CAD$2450

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Meet the warmest people in Italy!

Our Area Managers are vital in ensuring that your trip experience will exceed your expectations in every way. They meet you on arrival, fit your bike and provide discreet support for a smooth and worry-free trip.
Once on the road, you can reach them at any
time if you have questions or need assistance.


Our Puglia Area Manager is a professional cyclist who was born in Bari, the region's capital. He'll provide you with the best tips and support!

In Umbria, we have a couple of perfect Area Managers: she's fluent in English and Italian, and he's very knowledgeable about bicycles. They're passionate about Umbria, and it shows!

Eastern Townships Walking 6 days

Travel back in time and take in the old-world flavour of Quebec's Eastern Townships this fall. Discover the charming Gallic villages, lush valleys, painted forests, and idyllic farmland nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The abandoned rail lines and forested pathways of the Route Verte lead you from Victorian mansions and covered bridges to the underground labyrinth of one of Canada's oldest copper mines.

6 Days / 5 nights
ff Classic Accommodation:
US$1435/ CAD$1435 

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Randonnee Tours

Tel: 1 604-730-1247
Fax: 1 604-738-7655
Toll Free: 1 800-242-1825