Holidays
7 listed, in date order. Click on any title for further information.

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  USA, California, Santa Barbara county          2     3   
Place for a male to share with another male and places for a couple
31st March 2015 (Tue) - 16th April 2015 : 17 days£2195
Moderate / Enthusiast ATOL   
Multi-centre  :  Air  :  Hotel  :  Some meals  :  Full vehicle support
Enjoy a fully-supported tour to beautiful Santa Barbara county and beyond. The tour ranges between dramatic Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, in an area bordered by the 'American Riviera'. Central California's climate is Mediterranean and in early spring it's colorful with many flowers. Fly Heathrow/Los Angeles.
Leader: Chris EllisonRef: 1473
 
  Lake District, Fred Whitton Challenge          3   
Place for a male
15th May 2015 (Fri) - 18th May 2015 : 4 days£180
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Hostel  :  Half board  :  Luggage transfer
Ride the route of the classic Lake District Sportive over two days. Starting in Coniston, the first day takes in the eastern area to Keswick for an overnight stay. Day two continues over the western side and over the classic climbs of Hardknott and Wynrose Pass.
Leader: Richard HakesRef: 1504
 
  Land's End to John O'Groats          3+ 
This tour is also running in September
18th May 2015 (Mon) - 5th June 2015 : 19 days£1895
Enthusiast + ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest day  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Full vehicle support
Cycle from the bottom to the top of Great Britain. This very scenic tour uses mostly good quality hotels. With a longest day of 80 miles and many hills it is designed for the more experienced road cyclist.
Leader: Chris EllisonRef: 1514
 
  Scotland, Outer Hebrides          3   
Due to a cancellation, place for a female
29th May 2015 (Fri) - 8th June 2015 : 11 days£430
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Accommodation varies  :  Some meals  :  Carry own luggage
Start/finish in Oban and tour most of the the Western Isles archepalago. Visit Barra then move north through the Uists, Harris and Lewis. Two two-night stops, including nights in a traditional ‘blackhouse’, enabling plenty of sightseeing. The terrain is suitable for most fit and experienced cycle-tourists.
Leader: Gary CumminsRef: 1521
 
  France, Haute Provence          2     3   
4 places available
21st June 2015 (Sun) - 28th June 2015 : 8 days£685
Moderate / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board
The hills of the Baronnies and the plain of the Rhone offer quiet roads, beautiful scenery, orchards, vineyards and olive groves, gorges, cols and Mont Ventoux. Pleasant hotel. Choice of short or long rides with vehicle support on the longer rides.
Leader: Chris EllisonRef: 1529
 
  USA, Oregon          3   
Place for a female to share with another female
5th September 2015 (Sat) - 27th September 2015 : 23 days£2490
Enthusiast ATOL   
Moving-on  :  Air  :  Hotel  :  B&B  :  Carry own luggage
Cycle part of America's iconic coastal highway through one of it's prettier States, returning inland and back to Portland. Renowned as America's most bike friendly State, Oregon has a lot to offer. 40-68mpd (55mpd average) with 3 rest days. Varied mix of accommodation. Fly Heathrow/Portland.
Leader: Neil WheadonRef: 1547
 
  India, Arunchal Pradesh          3+ 
Place for a female to share with another female; places for 2 others to share
14th November 2015 (Sat) - 3rd December 2015 : 20 days£2625
Enthusiast + ATOL   
Moving-on, Rest days  :  Air  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Full vehicle support
PLEASE NOTE: The finish date is one day different to that in the December Cycle. A pioneering tour of this north-east Indian State bordering the Himalayas. Experience the cultures of local tribes who inhabit the beautiful river valleys feeding the mighty Bhramaputra River. Stunning scenery. Hotels, Lodges, but several days camping with all equipment provided and a full back-up team. Cycling up to 2750m. Fly Heathrow/Dibrugarh.
Leader: Peter CroftsRef: 1562
 

 
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