Bike Tours In Europe Given A New Option By In Situ Travel

Changing the way that guests sign up for European bike tours, In Situ Travel is offering a promotion for all of its 2012 trips. Cycling guests can choose exactly when and where they travel, regardless of the current bike tour dates on the calendar.
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Nov. 7, 2011 - PRLog -- In Situ Travel has recently introduced a new way for its guests to sign up for a bike tour in Europe for the 2012 season: now, they may choose exactly when and where they would like to travel, giving them ultimate flexibility in deciding on their next cycling vacation. Realizing that one of the primary factors that goes into determining where guests choose to go on their next bike tour was finding a trip that matched their vacation schedule, In Situ Travel decided to make it easier for its clients to find the right tour. In Situ's model breaks from convention. Virtually all other bike tour operators offer trips on select departure dates, forcing potential guests to have to choose a trip based on what matches with their vacation schedules. By removing those constraints, guests have a greater choice of cycling options and thus a new and better way to choose their bike tours.

With In Situ's bike tours located in some of the best cycling regions in Europe, their guests have numerous options  to choose from.

- Alps Bike Tour
- Provence Bike Tour
- Pyrenees Bike Tour

- Dolomites and Italian Alps Bike Tour

- Girona and Costa Brava Bike Tour

- Black Forest Bike Tour

From the guests' perspective, it's as simple as 1, 2 and 3.

1. They simply choose their cycling vacation from the list of bike tours.
2. They choose the dates they'd like to travel
3. In Situ Travel will confirm their reservation within 48 hours

Full Details here:

In Situ ( ) bills itself as a "challenging cycling vacation" company and a quick look at its destinations shows that it holds true to its word. While each bike tour region is unique, one similarity between all of them is their challenging terrain. Many of the trips follow in the footsteps of professional riders. The french bike tours, for example, visit many of the same climbs and routes as the legendary Tour de France. The same can be said for the Italian Dolomites trip. But even if guests are less familiar with regions such as Girona or the Black Forest, they can rest assured that these regions are well known with pro cyclists. Both Girona and the Black Forest region of Germany act as training grounds for local and international pros. Riders the world over visit these destinations for their hospitable and challenging cycling terrain. For the In Situ Travel bike tour guest, these top destinations are available, on a schedule that works for them, not just the company. Now it's just a matter of choosing when they want to go.

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About In Situ Travel
In Situ Travel's European bike tours are designed with the passionate cyclist in mind. Unlike so many cycling tours out there, In Situ does not try to fill up your day, combining sightseeing with the daily ride. They believe that dilutes both experiences. Instead, they divide the day into two parts: riding and free time. Their bike tours are designed to challenge, motivate and inspire you, but still give you enough time to explore the amazing regions they visit.

The In Situ Bike Tour Difference:

- GPS unit for every guest to use on trip
- Small groups (maximum 10 guests)
- Ride first, cultural & free time afterwards
- One hotel for the week, but a new and different ride every day
- Ride more. Shuttle Less.


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