Welcome to Isle of Wight Cycling Holidays
At Wight Bike, we live on the Isle of Wight and love it we also love cycling. Our tours combine these two passions into a biking vacation that you will never forget. We specialise in self-guided, cycling holidays in the Isle of Wight’s most beautiful areas, staying at charming and cosy accommodation on route.
Isle of Wight Cycling Holidays are here to ensure that you enjoy the best of the Island on your Isle of Wight Cycling or Mountain Biking holiday, the scenery, the sights, and the cuisine, and to make sure that you have an exciting but hassle-free vacation.
For the traveller, there is no better way to see the Isle of Wight at a pace that is relaxed enough to capture the uniqueness of the Island, yet swift enough to see the very different geography and changes in the character of the quaint villages around the Island. (Recently recognised by the Lonely Planet as one of the top cycling destinations in the world in its Best in Travel 2010 guide, the Isle of Wight is a long-time favourite with outdoor enthusiasts. On or off-road, cyclists are spoilt for choice, with the Islands variety of landscapes ranging from quiet country lanes to sweeping valleys, chalk cliffs, downs and ancient woodland.)
Our main route follows the 64-mile Round-the-Island Cycle Route which was created by the Wayfarers Cycle touring club who developed the route for the annual Randonnee cycling event and is probably the best way to experience the variety of the Isle of Wight and to appreciate its true size. The permanently signed route (dark blue with white island) leads you along country lanes, through towns and villages, avoiding the busiest roads wherever possible. The verges of some country lanes are maintained for the benefit of wildlife are not cut until late summer.
By travelling under your own steam and peddle power, you will end each day with an appetite that you will be able to satisfy without guilt, in one of the Isle of Wights wonderful local restaurants or pubs because you will have earned it!
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