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“Everything from the rides to the food was nothing short of first rate! I would not hesitate to recommend you to anyone looking for a training camp. Our last days ride over Puig Major rates as one of the best rides ever for me…”


MALLORCA 2015


Andy Cook Cycling has organised and run Bike Camps for over 20 years, actively encouraging riders from a wide range of abilities. All riders are excellently catered for with varying routes, speed and terrain. Full support team, experienced lead riders and options of one or two week camps are available.


Andy is a member of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Commission for World Non-competitive Cycling. So a bike camp with Andy Cook Cycling is more than just a bike ride.


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