Feedback From You
Have you wondered what it's like to ride with guides who have won stages in the Tour de France, or ride in a country where cycling is king, or unwind in a beautiful hacienda surrounded by lush coffee trees, bamboo and palm? Equipo’s attention to detail, professionalism and the tour director’s commitment to his clients made Colombia one of our top tours.
"An excellent cycling experience, much more than what my expectations had in mind, from beautiful landscapes to different demanding rides, like to climb Altos de Letras at 12,000 feet high with cold weather and some wind, to even riding bordering the Cauca River at 100 F degrees to finish with a not easy climb heading to beautiful Medellin. I highly recommend these cycling tours."
"El viaje al eje cafetero fue excelente. La planificaciòn y ejecuciòn por parte de René hizo que nuestra experiencia fuese inolvidable. La alimentaciòn nos llevo a sentirnos muy bien durante los cuatro días que durò el evento. Por sobretodo la convivencia del grupo fue fenomenal."
"We are a group of road cyclists who love the sport and try to get away twice a year for a nice cycling trip, preferably in the mountains (we live in Florida, so flat terrain is our daily routine).
I contacted Rene Munoz from Equipo to discuss the possibility of organizing our spring trip in Colombia. Twenty five guys from our group ended up going in the trip. Every single detail and trip experience were outstanding: the professional friendly staff, the experienced road assistance, skillful mechanics, comfortable and nice lodging, delicious and healthy food, the impressive and beautiful scenery, challenging and awesome routes, the warmth and openness of the people both staff and locals, I can go on for lines and lines on describing how wonderful our trip was in all aspects. Our group has had the fortune to travel to many places to enjoy our cycling experience, including the...
"In 2013 I was fortunate enough to live a life-long dream of riding in the beautiful mountains of Colombia.
Rene along with the team he put together made the experience one that I will cherish all my life.
Rene's relentless work ethic, attention to detail and ability to please 25 people from very different religions, nationalities and special needs showed everyone that he is the type of person that will succeed at anything he sets his mind to.
Rene was also very selective in whom he recruited to work with him and he could not have picked a better group of people! These guys were the first awake, last to go to bed and ALWAYS took into consideration SAFETY before everything.
Not one of us had a mechanical issue and they never left our side often helping those up a mountain that they would never be able to traverse on their own....
"Last March Equipo, led by the tour director, Rene, took our Miami-based group "Beitzim " to the Zona Cafetera in Colombia on a splendid bicycle tour through the Colombian highland roads. The planning and execution was absolutely outstanding . The lodging and food were carefully selected , making our journey enjoyable and comfortable. On the road, the support offered by this wonderful team was incredible in each and every way. They had a great team of mechanics who took care of our bicycles making sure they were clean and in top condition for the next day’s ride. The group was comprised of various levels of cyclists and we always had someone riding with us. We even had professional Colombian cyclists on our side giving us training advice and tips on how to make the ride easier . The support cars never left anyone alone and were always ready to provide drinks, energy bars...
"The trip to El Eje Cafetero, Quindio, was incredible! Great challenging routes, experienced supporting guides, beautiful green mountain scenery with warm and friendly locals, great comradery atmosphere, delicious tasty food, comfortable accommodations are among many things that stand out. But the highlights of the trip were the professionals in the organization and the opportunity to ride and share experiences along cycling pros, such as Colombian World Champion Cyclist Santiago Botero."