Tour de France

14th-21st July 2019

Holiday Overview

The Tour de France is the ideal opportunity to combine an alpine cycling holiday with a bucket list item and watch the world’s elite riders take part in the iconic Tour de France.

Based in the heart of the Savoie and Haute Savoie region, your TAG Ride holiday gives you the opportunity to take part in daily rides and explore some of the most famous cols in the area.  All rides are paced to ensure everyone works within their capabilities and goals.

We combine these daily rides with the opportunity to join the Tour as a spectator; soak up the atmosphere, watch the famous caravan pass through and cheer the riders on!

The Race & The Route

This section will be updated when details of the 2019 Tour are released.

Find out more about the race here:

Sunday 15th July Arrive Geneva airport to meet transfer to your chalet accommodation in Les Trois Vallees. Welcome, introduction to the team, overview of the week, bike familiarisation and three course evening meal with wine.­­­
Monday 16th July & Saturday 21st July Wake up to a hearty breakfast prepared by your chalet team and begin your preparations for the first day’s riding. A morning’s riding, taking in the local scenery on one of the area’s much-loved routes, followed by a lunch stop. Your afternoon’s ride will take you back to your accommodation, where you will be met by welcome afternoon refreshments. Before sitting down to your three-course dinner in the evening (the first of 6!) there will be ample time for a nap, a stroll or some rest and relaxation!
Tuesday 17th July Stage 10- Annecy to Le Grand Bornand. Starting from Flumet we’ll cycle the Col d’Aravis to join in the spectator fun near to Le Grand Bornand.
Wednesday 18th July  Stage 11 - Albertville to La Rosiere: A great opportunity to tackle the Cormet de Roselend. Depending on time, energy levels and enthusiasm we’ll either watch the riders on the Cormet, or continue to La Rosiere to take in the finish.
Thursday 19th July  Stage 12 - Bourg to Alp D’Huez: We’ll aim for an early start up the Col de Madeleine and watch the fun from there.
Friday 20th July Free day. Self-guided cycle or take in some of the local Alpine walking trails accessible via the local chairlift system.
Sunday 22nd July After an early breakfast, depart La Tania on your transfer back to Geneva airport.
What's Included?
Included in Your Holiday
  • 7 nights chalet accommodation
  • Free return Geneva Airport transfer
  • Breakfast and afternoon tea (7 days)
  • Evening meal with wine (6 nights)
  • Cycle support
  • Event Transport
Not Included in Your Holiday
  • Flights
  • Bike hire/carraige
  • Lunch
  • Insurance
Travel Information
Our transfers operate in and out of Geneva Airport.

Inbound flights should land at Geneva no later than 13:30 in order to meet the transfer to resort.

Outbound flights should depart Geneva no earlier than 13:30.

Please let us know if these timings present a problem for you prior to booking.
Bike Transport or Hire
Bringing your own bike out to the Alps is easy. You'll need a bike box to transport your bike. If you don't have one, they can be rented via You will need to remove the pedals and the handlebars, and then turn them so they are by your forks. Easyjet, Swiss and BA offer cost effective bike carriage (around €50) and you can pack other belongings in with your bike, working within the allowed weight limits. If you wold prefer to rent a bike locally, please let us know at the time of booking and we can provide you with some quotes.    

Travel insurance is not included in the price of your holiday.

Please ensure that you have adequate insurance in place prior to booking your holiday with us.


7 nights chalet accommodation

Free return Geneva Airport transfer

Breakfast, afternoon tea & evening meal (6 nights)

Cycle support

(based on two sharing)



Any Questions?

We love to chat so please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about any of the trips we have schedules for this year, or if you have something slightly different in mind. We can help plan and organise bespoke trips for groups of friends or cycling clubs.

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