FAQ Rides

In Mojacar, all guided bike tours depart at the hotel.

In Calpe, all guided bike tours depart at the “Service Course by Baguet Bicycle Centre”, located +/- 500 m from the hotels.

The start time of each guided group is communicated at the briefing at the start of the cycling holiday and is confirmed daily by the guide after the ride for the ride of the following day. Usually this is at 9.30 am or 10.00 am.

As the roads in Spain can be dangerously slippery in rainy weather, it is possible that routes will be changed or moved to a later date.  If you wish, you can exercise indoors in the hotel gym.

If we cannot leave at the scheduled time, the next possible departure time will be set at 11 am. If we still cannot leave, a final attempt will be made at 1 pm. If the roads are still wet and/or the weather forecast indicates further rain, the ride will be cancelled completely. If possible, it will be ridden on the rest day.

In case bad weather is forecast for the days after the rest day, Baguet Bicycle Center may decide to ride one of these rides on the rest day.

The Baguet Bicycle Centre does not provide a following car. However, we offer the service that in case of serious technical and/or other problems, you can contact a specific number. We will make sure that in such situation you are helped as soon as possible and that you are picked up if necessary, no matter where you are on the course.

Yes, one or two supplies are provided during the guided cycling tours. An assistance car of Baguet Bicycle Center will take place at an agreed point on the route, where participants can make a short stop to refresh themselves. The assistance car will leave from the starting point, so people will have the opportunity to bring a small bag with their own stuff as well. It is also possible to refill free isotonic or water during the supply stop.

For the C-group there will always be one supply, for the A-group there will always be two; for the B-group the number of supplies depends on the distance of the ride.

In case a group consists of less than 6 participants, a supply stop can be replaced by a stop in a local bar or supermarket.

Absolutely, a bike helmet is mandatory in Spain. Participants without a helmet are not allowed to cycle in the guided groups. Each participant brings his/her own helmet. For their own safety, we recommend all cyclists on individual bike tours to wear a bike helmet during their personal bike tours as well.

There is absolutely no obligation to ride every day. If you wish to skip a day or join another group, just inform the guide the day before (or the morning before the start).

You are free to use your bike. Even on the rest day. So you can go cycling to your heart’s content. However, there is no guidance or provisioning during the rest day.

We try, where possible, to organise the supplies near a café so that toilets are available. However, this is not always possible. But if the need is too great, we will be happy to stop at a café.

We do not provide gpx files to customers in advance. Due to circumstances (e.g. roadworks) the guides sometimes have to deviate from the pre-mapped routes, which leads to questions and sometimes dangerous situations among participants who have the gpx. Based on that experience, we stopped making gpx files available. Since the motto is “out together, home together”, gpx files are also not necessary. Each ride is also explained and discussed in the briefing. There is also a guidebook available in Calpe and Mojacar describing all routes and profiles.