While some cycling tours claim to have “small groups”, what does they really mean? For the larger companies small can mean 25-30 other guests on your trip! Is that ‘small’? We don’t think that 25 is small.
At In Situ, a small bike tour means 10 guests or less. Yes, 10. We’ve found from our experience that 10 guests is a great number, not only for the riding but also for our dinners together and other social events. We keep our groups small because we think it provides a better guest experience. It allows you to get closer to the region and receive a more local, authentic experience.
If you’re organizing a custom or private tour however, we’d be happy to work with you even if your group is larger than 10.
Either way, you can be assured that on an In Situ bike tour, you won’t be lost in the crowd.
- Guest Question: “Do I have to be a really serious cyclist to go on one of your bike tours?” (insitutravel.com)
- What does “In Situ” mean? (insitutravel.com)
- GPS On Every European Bike Tour (insitutravel.com)