unforgettable cycling experiences

Experience Lanzarote at its best

Road bike tours in Lanzarote led by an expert guide, with knowledge of the best routes, scenery and coffee shops to stop at on the way!

Unforgettable cycling experiences

Experience Lanzarote at its best

Road bike tours in Lanzarote led by an expert guide, with knowledge of the best routes, scenery and coffee shops to stop at on the way!

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Monday Tour

PUERTO DEL CARMEN
4/5 hour tour to the North of the island, routes vary

Tuesday Tour

COSTA TEGUISE
4/5 hour tour to the North of the island, routes vary

Wednesday Tour

PUERTO DEL CARMEN
4 hour tour. Routes vary, e.g. Timanfaya, Famara or La Geria

Wednesday Tour

PUERTO DEL CARMEN
4 hour tour. Routes vary, e.g. Timanfaya, Famara or La Geria

Thursday Tour

PUERTO DEL CARMEN
4 hour tour. Routes vary, e.g. Timanfaya, Famara or La Geria

Thursday Tour

PUERTO DEL CARMEN
4 hour tour. Routes vary, e.g. Timanfaya, Famara or La Geria

Friday Tour

COSTA TEGUISE
4 hour tour. Routes vary, e.g. Timanfaya, Famara or La Geria

Private Group

We offer tailor made private tours for groups of friends or cycling teams and clubs.

Bike tours in Lanzarote

Lanzarote highlights

Road bike tours in Lanzarote are a great way to explore the islands’ treasures and spectacular scenery. 

Probably the most well travelled route leads you through Timanfaya, the volcanic national park with imposing craters of black, brown and copper tones rising up from the rocky lava fields.

The smooth, winding roads in the La Geria wine region are lined with slopes dotted with a patchwork of little black stone “zocos”, semi circles of black volcanic rock protecting the bright green vines within.

Just past La Geria, we find Yaiza, voted the prettiest village in Spain, with crisp white houses, tree lined streets and Canarian character. 

Heading south, you’ll pass by the patchwork of salt pans at the Salinas de Janubio.

On the North-West coast you’ll pass by Famara beach, a surfers paradise with five kilometres of golden sand overshadowed by impressive cliffs and complemented by views of the neighbouring island of La Graciosa off the coast. 

Heading North, the island can be quite green in the winter months and routes wind through more traditional villages with views of the mountains and stunning coastline.

We also pass by cultural highlights like the Monumento Campesino at San Bartolome. Ready to explore? 

Road bike tours in Lanzarote are a great way to explore the islands’ treasures and spectacular scenery. 

Probably the most well travelled route leads you through Timanfaya, the volcanic national park with imposing craters of black, brown and copper tones rising up from the rocky lava fields.

The smooth, winding roads in the La Geria wine region are lined with slopes dotted with a patchwork of little black stone “zocos”, semi circles of black volcanic rock protecting the bright green vines within.

Just past La Geria, we find Yaiza, voted the prettiest village in Spain, with crisp white houses, tree lined streets and Canarian character.

The patchwork of salt flats in Lanzarote

Heading south, you’ll pass by the patchwork of salt pans at the Salinas de Janubio.

On the North-West coast you’ll pass by Famara beach, a surfers paradise with five kilometres of golden sand overshadowed by impressive cliffs and complemented by views of the neighbouring island of La Graciosa off the coast. 

Heading North, the island can be quite green in the winter months and routes wind through more traditional villages with views of the mountains and stunning coastline.

We also pass by cultural highlights like the Monumento Campesino at San Bartolome. Ready to explore? 

Bike TOURS IN LANZAROTE

Lanzarote Highlights

Road bike tours in Lanzarote are a great way to explore the islands’ treasures and spectacular scenery. 

Probably the most well travelled route leads you through Timanfaya, the volcanic national park with imposing craters of black, brown and copper tones rising up from the rocky lava fields.

The smooth, winding roads in the La Geria wine region are lined with slopes dotted with a patchwork of little black stone “zocos”, semi circles of black volcanic rock protecting the bright green vines within.

Just past La Geria, we find Yaiza, voted the prettiest village in Spain, with crisp white houses, tree lined streets and Canarian character. 

Heading south, you’ll pass by the patchwork of salt pans at the Salinas de Janubio.

On the North-West coast you’ll pass by Famara beach, a surfers paradise with five kilometres of golden sand overshadowed by impressive cliffs and complemented by views of the neighbouring island of La Graciosa off the coast. 

Heading North, the island can be quite green in the winter months and routes wind through more traditional villages with views of the mountains and stunning coastline.

We also pass by cultural highlights like the Monumento Campesino at San Bartolome. Ready to explore? 

Lanzarote cycling tips

UV rays are strong even in the winter months. Pack sunscreen and sunglasses with 100% UV filtering lenses to protect your eyes.

Temperatures will likely be higher than you’re used to back home. Fill a couple of bottles, use electrolyte drinks and sip little and often.

Have your GoPro or phone handy to take photos. Cycling is one of the best ways to discover the islands' amazing views.

Fuel your body. We'll stop for refreshments on route, but it's a good idea to pack some energy gels or bars to keep your energy high.

Prepare for changes in temperature. The island has a diverse climate and can be cooler in the North so pack a wind jacket or sleeves.

Lanzarote cycling tips

UV rays are strong even in the winter months. Pack sunscreen and sunglasses with 100% UV filtering lenses to protect your eyes.

Temperatures will likely be higher than you’re used to back home. Fill a couple of bottles, use electrolyte drinks and sip little and often.

Have your GoPro or phone handy to take photos. Cycling is one of the best ways to discover the islands' amazing views.

Fuel your body. We'll stop for refreshments on route, but it's a good idea to pack some energy gels or bars to keep your energy high.

Prepare for changes in temperature. The island has a diverse climate and can be cooler in the North so pack a wind jacket or sleeves.

FAQS

These tours are social rides, which we adapt to the group ability. No one is left behind and we have a lot of fun along the way. If you’re coming with a group and want to organize private training rides we can of course accommodate you, just send us a message and we’ll create an experience just for you. 

No one gets left behind. We tailor the rides to the group ability and plan stops to regroup. We will also wait if someone is struggling, it’s supposed to be fun after all!

Spaces are limited so we can offer you the best experience, so we do ask that you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The traffic here are very used to cyclists – we do host the Lanzarote IRONMAN after all! They are generally very courteous and give everyone a wide berth. The roads are also well maintained with cycle paths in various parts of the island. 

If you aren’t used to cycling in the wind we’ll give you some advice to help you feel more confident. Riding in a group does make it easier, and we’ll take the wind direction and speed into consideration when planning our routes. 

We cater for all abilities but some experience and a reasonable level of fitness would be an advantage, as the rides are a minimum of 4 hours long. If you aren’t sure if it’s the best fit for you, send us a message and let’s talk about it. 

We love having groups of friends join our rides. However, please bear in mind that our tours are limited to ten people. If you are with a larger group please contact us to arrange a private tour.

Of course! Our guide, Laurent, has been arranging group tours and enjoying biking on the island since 1994. He has a wealth of experience and local knowledge which he is always happy to share during the tours. 

FAQS

These tours are social rides, which we adapt to the group ability. No one is left behind and we have a lot of fun along the way. If you’re coming with a group and want to organize private training rides we can of course accommodate you, just send us a message and we’ll create an experience just for you. 

No one gets left behind. We tailor the rides to the group ability and plan stops to regroup. We will also wait if someone is struggling, it’s supposed to be fun after all!

Spaces are limited so we can offer you the best experience, so we do ask that you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The traffic here are very used to cyclists – we do host the Lanzarote IRONMAN after all! They are generally very courteous and give everyone a wide berth. The roads are also well maintained with cycle paths in various parts of the island. 

If you aren’t used to cycling in the wind we’ll give you some advice to help you feel more confident. Riding in a group does make it easier, and we’ll take the wind direction and speed into consideration when planning our routes. 

We cater for all abilities but some experience and a reasonable level of fitness would be an advantage, as the rides are a minimum of 4 hours long. If you aren’t sure if it’s the best fit for you, send us a message and let’s talk about it. 

We love having groups of friends join our rides. However, please bear in mind that our tours are limited to ten people. If you are with a larger group please contact us to arrange a private tour.

Of course! Our guide, Laurent, has been arranging group tours and enjoying biking on the island since 1994. He has a wealth of experience and local knowledge which he is always happy to share during the tours.