Llagostera, Spain, May 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Vida Bike has been organizing recumbent cycling tours since 2013 and favours responsible and slow travel. Recumbent bikes were created in France in the 1930s and are famous for their exceptional comfort (ergonomic seat, breathing facilitated, limited air resistance, absence of pains in the back, bottom and wrists), panoramic vision (the eyes are not on the front wheel) and ease of use.
The popularity of cycling tours is getting better every year: countless adventurers embark on round the world trips, the European union as well as the French government invest more and more in cycling infrastructures, nature becomes a universal concern and an hedonistic culture of cycling is spreading.
In July and August 2014, Vida Bike will offer the opportunity to tour France in 39 different stages. The length of the stages varies from 40 to 60 kilometres (25 to 40 miles). Riders are free to pick up their favourite stages. The schedule is available on Vida Bike website. The itinerary follows cycling paths, greenways and veloroutes through the most beautiful regions of France: from charming villages to major towns, from rivers' banks to the heart of wild landscapes, this exceptional ride is more than 2000 kilometres long (1200 miles). Vida Bike's founder will guide the riders. Their team will transport luggage and book lodgings separately. Groups of 8 people or less are welcome; they can benefit from discounts. Bookings are open on Vida Bike's website.
For more informtion, please contact Mr Jean Ferraton at Vida Bike
firstname.lastname@example.org - (+34).670.552.590