Brevet Cycling Holidays are pretty awesome. But don’t just take out word for it. Check out what these magazines have to say and read these Testimonials from our guests too.
From logistics to ride support, the five-day Alpenbrevet trip was impeccably executed
Heidi Swift, Peloton Magazine
Don’t tackle that resolution alone. These trips will teach you skills, lead you up summits, and leave you plenty of time to relax.
Kate Siber, Outside Magazine
Within the first few corners of the descent I know that the climb was absolutely worthwhile. This is cycling nirvana…if Sony were creating a digital fantasy world through which to descend then it would look like this.
Henry Catchpole, Cyclist Magazine
Each col has its own character, the most interesting of which is the beautiful cobbled sections and hairpin turns of the 19km Saint Gotthard.
Hannah Reynolds, Cycling Weekly
Our guides made the trip an absolute pleasure. They were well organised, friendly, helpful and very well-credentialed.
Gary Hunt, Bicycling Australia
Last comes the Nufenen Pass, which peaks at 2,478m with an average gradient of 8.5% and spikes of over 20%. My nonchalance at the event’s modest distance has quickly evaporated.
Peter Stuart, Cyclist Magazine
When best selling author Daniel Friebe and photographer Pete Goding sought inspiration for the sequel to Mountain High naturally they headed to Switzerland.
Climb the Swiss cols in Mountain Higher
Triathlon Plus Magazine chose Brevet as “Best for the Luxury Experience” in their guide to the best pre season training camps in Europe.
Read the Triathlon Plus Brevet Review