Experience Colombian Cycling Vacations 

Colombia. A land where sultry Latin passions and verdant, dream-like mountain landscapes is fueling epic cycling tours. Colombia has experienced a rebirth, a Golden Era, as a must-see destination for avid and recreational cyclists. And, it’s no wonder Colombia has produced some of the world’s best climbers including a multitude of riders on the 2015 UCI WorldTour. The high altitude and near-perfect climate, are just a few reasons that this South American gem of a nation offers cyclists the best options for riding all year round.

Equipo features bicycle tours to several regions in Colombia including: Quindío, Valle del Cauca, Antioquia and Boyacá. Create your own custom itinerary with your group of minimum 6 cyclists or contact us for limited group dates which we publish throughout the year.  We have provided luxury cycling vacations or classic options for each destination, so you can decide which package is a best fit for you.

We’ve chosen the best roads and include more for cyclists.

Some of the mountain passes that the peloton encounter in the Vuelta a Colombia race are also a possibility, and it’s important to note that these passes can be thousands of feet higher than any of the passes used in the Tour de France. It’s a personal test of power, and will test your cycling fitness level, one in which you’ll be glad to say “I did that.”  On an Equipo cycling tour, we offer flexibility for all cycling levels from beginner to avid cyclists and no rider is left behind, nor are maps needed, as we lead the way through stunning  Colombian landscapes.

The Equipo cycling experience will shatter any expectation you’ve carried of this magnificent tropical country. Equipo cycling holidays have all the bases covered by allowing cyclists to choose how, when and where they want to travel and it’s our pleasure to offer the best accommodations, exotic cuisine, routes and attentive professional service every step of the way.


Destinations

Antioquia

Unforgettable Mountain Highs

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Medellin is named the “City of Eternal Spring” and recently named the most innovative city in the world. The surrounding region of Antioquia boasts a near-perfect climate, cosmopolitan atmosphere and 360-degree views of the Andes. Don’t be surprised to find the world cycling pros heading here for training camps.


Avg. Duration: 5 to 7 days+

Tour Types: Classic / Custom / Training Camps

Rider Level: Beginner to Advanced

Starting At: $2,400/per person

Valle del Cauca

Ride thru the Tropics

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Be transported to a different world of Colombia’s lush region called Valle del Cauca. The landscape is filled with mountain peaks, valleys and tropical vegetation. The best mojitos aren’t made in Cuba, as we find the inventions in Colombia rival with exotic fruits - lulo, maracuya, lychees and coconuts. We’ll ride up the famed category 1 climb, called “18.”


Avg. Duration: 5 to 7 days+

Tour Types: Classic / Custom

Rider Level: Beginner to Advanced

Starting At: $2,400/per person

Quindio

Tour the Coffee Country

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Named the “coffee zone” that yields nearly half of the Colombia’s famed Arabica coffee bean. Instead of leaving the local coffee shop, we tour the region that the world’s best bean originates. UNESCO declared this a World Heritage site for the traditional and cultural importance. Pass through charming farm towns and the wildlife sanctuary of the serene Cocora Valley, tucked in the central Andean mountain range.


Avg. Duration: 5 to 7 days+

Tour Types: Classic / Custom / Training Camps

Rider Level: Beginner to Advanced

Starting At: $2,400/per person

Boyacá

Coming in January 2017

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Known as “The Land of Freedom” because this region was the scene of a many battles which led to Colombia’s independence from Spain in 1819. Located in central Colombia, this region is home to Nairo Quintana. It’s a unique, beautiful part of Colombia with lakes, surrounded by mountains, national parks - and a wonderful cycling country. Discover quaint mountain, colonial towns, delicious food from the region, national parks and locals who are passionate for cycling.