As we plan for Hannibal 2022, with options from beautiful Barcelona to go the historically correct coastal route, or via the Pyrenees […]
Isabel and I have lived in Barcelona multiple times over the course of running Bike Odyssey. It is a fantastic city to […]
We will support you to ride any speed you like and with our days being broken up with relaxed coffees and picnic lunches there are no expectations to ride at a certain speed, nor ride as a group. However, what is usually most taxing for riders is spending extended time sitting on the bicycle. Therefore, the more you can prepare your body for that the better. So the key thing is to ride consistently to prepare for your Odyssey.
Swap pachyderms for pedals as you ride to Rome in the footsteps of Hannibal, one of history’s greatest military commanders.
National Geographic Traveller, in their December/ January Issue discuss tours of the future and the use of technology on tour.
As when we set out with Bike Odyssey, our focus remains the same – quality over quantity. We don’t have ambition to be a huge company which runs hundreds of tours a year – our aim is to run a limited amount of high quality Odysseys. So, a maximum of 5 Odysseys a year which we will run exceptionally is our modus operandi.
Our new Hannibal 2019 Journey video is here!
Often on tour riders take a liking to an aperitif which becomes connected indelibly with the journey. In the past this has been an Aperol Spritz or in South America the Pisco Sour…now Hannibal has its very own historically linked drink – I can’t believe I never found it before! Great researching Joanna Wakefield and Jose Sanchez! Licor 43 and the historical story of the drink’s origins, supposedly go like this….
The Hannibal bike is an amazing journey. Having lived and breathed Hannibal for 20+ years, from university study to research at the British […]
The non-rider Bike Odyssey Tour Option Some couples have a partner who thinks cycling is just downright not for them! Fair enough, […]