Ride at the crossroads of continents in the Caucasus Mountains
A relatively unknown cycling destination, we’d be looking to take you off the beaten track - if there was one. We’ll mix newly paved tarmac, broken military roads and hard packed gravel tracks as we climb through an unspoiled landscape of remarkable beauty and diversity. But there’s more to Georgia than that, with a fascinating combination of cultural influences from all directions. Expect outstanding cuisine and hospitality, particularly in the booming capital of Tbilisi. A journey into the unknown not to be missed.
Sat 7 - Sat 14 Sep 2019
Ride an unparalleled number of long dirt and gravel climbs
Meet some of the most hospitable and welcoming people we have ever met or worked with
Experience the fascinating blend of influences in Tbilisi at the crossroads of the Silk Road
Witness the changes in regional cuisines as we move through the different mountainous regions
Sample the exceptional and unusual wines of the country in which vines were first domesticated 10,000 years ago
Expertly crafted daily routes with industry leading on the road service including guides, mechanics and vehicle support
All ride food and drink, lunches and coffee stops
Pre-loaded GPS devices if you prefer not to bring your own
Transfers, accommodation, laundry, all meals and alcoholic drinks (within reason)
At present, bike hire is not available for this trip
Travel insurance is not included but appropriate cover is mandatory for all guests
Flights and on-trip staff gratuities are not included
Typical daily riding distance: 120km
Typical daily riding elevation: 3,000m
Road surface: mix of roads and gravel (a specialist gravel bike is required)
Expect long climbs, some slow going and technical gravel riding and plenty of broken tarmac roads
Please see our FAQs for more information on our trip difficulties
Arrival day: transfers are provided from Tbilisi airport or city centre. A morning arrival is advised to ensure you can take part in the (optional) first afternoon of riding.
Departure day: transfers are provided to Tbilisi airport or city centre. A late afternoon or evening flight is advised to ensure you can enjoy your last morning stress-free.
Flights: we recommend only booking your flights once your trip is confirmed to go ahead, or at least booking flexible or refundable tickets
What to bring: full cycling clothing and accessories including helmet and shoes. A fully serviced gravel-friendly bike including your pedals, fresh tyres and brake pads. GPS device if you prefer to use your own. We will provide laundry when possible but we advise bringing at least three complete riding outfits. There is no dress code for evenings - we want you to feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
8 days / 7 nights:
Single occupancy: €5,800 per person
Double occupancy: €4,900 per person*
*Double occupancy must be booked in pairs, sharing either a double or twin room
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