Cycling in Europe doesn’t get much better than the clear blue skies, vineyards and lavender fields of Provence.  Combine this with ticking off the climbs of Mt Ventoux, Alpe d’Huez, Galibier, Telegraphe and Croix de Fer.  Then add the beautiful Lake Annecy area into the mix and we have the bucket list Provence – Alps Tour.


20 Jun 2019 - 5 Jul 2019
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The 2019 Provence – Alps Tour itinerary, locations and rides: will be announced soon.

Bike Hire:

We have a limited amount of Scott full carbon (or equivalent) road bikes for hire.

The price for a Provence-Alps Tour bike hire is $580.00

Difficulty rating:

The Provence-Alps Tour has a 4 star difficulty rating, with numerous alpine climbs – particularly on the second half of the tour.  While you don’t need to be a racer you will need to have a very good standard of fitness to enjoy this tour.





The 2019 Provence-Alps Tour will include:

  • 15 nights accommodation.
  • All breakfasts while on tour.
  • Four dinners (at St Jean de Sixt).
  • Guided and supported cycle rides.
  • Pick up from Avignon TGV station.
  • Drop off at Geneva airport.
  • All transport while on tour.
  • Kiwi Style Bike Tours cycle top and bib shorts.

Accommodation is share twin.  Excludes – airfares, travel insurance and meals unless indicated.

The Provence – Alps Tour is limited to 12 persons.

Our Guiding Team

Jake Rowse


Jake Rowse is the owner of Kiwi Style Bike Tours, having taken over the reigns from company founder Richard Scott in 2017. Jakes first year guiding for Kiwi Style was 2012, while he and his wife and two daughters were living in France. Jake has been a keen cyclist, racing...

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An absolute beauty of a stop along one of our loops.
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The top of Col de Sarenne gives the satisfying senses of achievement and peacefulness.
The Provençal summer train.
Man vs Mountain.