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Belgium - Liege Bastogne Liege 2019


Come and ride in the tyre tracks of the famous on the Classic Liege Bastogne Liege course - a climbers paradise of a ride. The race route changes slightly each year. This trip will cover 370 km or so and ride up as many of the climbs in this area as we can fit in

We'll ride up 16 of the climbs featured in Simon Warren's 'Hellingen' book as well as a goodly number of other bumps

A number of loops included on the route means that you can miss out some climbs if desired

Expect to cover 120 km or so per day with 2000 m of climbing

Join the trip at Liege Station - Eurostar from London to Brussels and local train to Liege or fly to Brussels and take the train to Liege - or ask about travelling out in the minibus

Bikes and bags taken out and brought back [by prior arrangement] so travel with hand luggage only

Interested in turning this into a 5 day trip - add a day, ride another 90 km or so and bag the incredible Mur de Huy, Cote de Ereffe and a handful of other bumps to the West of Liege used in the Fleche Wallone. Please ask about this option

And for the full Ardennes experience, a 7 day trip on the Liege Bastogne Liege, Fleche Wallone and Amstel Gold courses. Please enquire

Bespoke dates available for this trip for groups of 4 to 8 riders


Join me on the short, sharp climbs of the Classic Liege Bastogne Liege route. The race route changes slightly each year - we'll ride a route that takes in as many of the climbs as possible, 17 or so, used over the years. Optional loops mean distance and number of climbs can be reduced if need be.

3 days riding, 3 nights B and B

Computer files and route notes provided

Bikes and bags taken out for you

Meet at Liege train Station or lift in minibus available, please enquire

Minibus back up during the whole trip

Price ₤395 per person

2019 Dates

31 May - 3 Jun 2019

1 Place Available

7 June - 10 June 2019


21 June - 24 June 2019


5 July - 8 July 2019

9 Aug - 12 Aug 2019

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