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Our Champagne bike tour combines the best of Champagne and Alsace. You pedal to prestigious Champagne houses and through famous Champagne vineyards. You explore Hautvillers and learn about Dom Pérignon. You spin through Epernay, the capital of the Champagne region. You taste some of the finest sparkling wines in legendary cellars. Cycling in the Champagne region is a one in a lifetime biking adventure. Join us today to discover two of France most famous wine regions: Champagne and Alsace.
6 Days / 5 Nights
Champagne-Ardenne TGV Train Station
Colmar Train Station
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Your champagne bike ride starts as you cycle into the Côte des Blancs, an area with 95% of Chardonnay. You bike to Le Mesnil-sur-Oger for a look at the world famous Krug Clos du Mesnil vineyard, one of the most expensive Champagnes in the world. Then, get together for a tasting of Champagne at a family estate. Later, savor local specialties during a gourmet meal at your hotel restaurant.
Today’s Ride: 19 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing
Spin along the Avenue de Champagne, a street where you can find some of the best Champagne houses: Laurent-Perrier, Champagne Mercier, Moët & Chandon. Take a break and participate in a Champagne tasting at a famous Champagne producer. Then, ride to Hautvillers, a village in the heart of the Reims mountain. In Hautvillers, walk to the abbey, home of Dom Pérignon, a benedictine monk pioneer of the Champagne method. Cap off your day with a ride through the Marne Valley and across the Marne River.
Today’s Ride: 34 miles with 2,300 feet of climbing
Short Option: 22 miles with 1,200 feet of climbing
Long Option: 42 miles with 2,900 feet of climbing
On your third day, start with a minivan transfer to the Alsace region (3h30). From Rosheim, make your way to Ottrott, famous for its signature red wine. On the way, behold the views of the nearby couvent Mont-Sainte-Odile. In the evening and before dinner on your own, stroll through Obernai’s cobblestone streets.
Today’s Ride: 26 miles with 2,800 feet of climbing
Short Option: 20 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing
Kick things off along the famous Alsace Wine Route. Embark on a ride along the Vosges Mountains and at the foot of the Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg, a 12th century fortress. Later that morning, arrive in one of the most beautiful villages in France. Take a break and savour authentic cuisine in Ribeauville. In the afternoon, ride your bicycle to Riquewihr and stroll through this 16th century village with half-timbered houses and cobblestone streets. Spend the night in Kaysersberg at hotel Le Chambard.
Today’s Ride: 32 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing
Short Option: 22 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing
Long Option: 41 miles with 3,600 feet of climbing
This morning, ride to Eguisheim, one of “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France”. Once in town, taste one of the region finest Crémant at the Wolfberger winery. After lunch on your own, you head out to Turckheim, famous for its doors: the Munster door and the Door of France. Pass through endless acres of vineyards as you ride back to your hotel. In the evening, enjoy a wonderful farewell dinner.
Today’s Ride: 31 miles with 3,200 feet of climbing
Short Option: 16 miles with 1,500 feet of climbing
Long Option: 44 miles with 3,900 feet of climbing
Your bicycle trip in Champagne ends at the Champagne-Ardenne TGV train station.
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I liked the snacks along the way. I loved the hotels. I ate great food. And I love the cycling. I thoroughly enjoyed both guides and thought they did a terrific job. Thank you for a wonderful trip.
Thank you for a wonderful cycling trip + all your attention. All the best for you.