Remarkable Road Cycling Holidays in France

Cycling is our passion. Our epic rides are complemented by epic café’s, epic pain au chocolat’s, epic cuisine and epic natural beauty.

Escape to the real South of France

As riders, we want a challenge. If the most captivating route involves a detour, or a hill, that’s what we include. So - ready for an unforgettable experience on and off the bike in the South of France?

Occitanie (Languedoc) is an undiscovered cyclists’ paradise – France’s last cycling secret.

Set in France’s oldest (and largest) wine region, dating back over two millennia our region is peppered with vineyards, olive orchards and fragrant garrigue scrub; an undulating landscape boasting a spectacular backdrop of the southern flanks of the Massif Central and Cevennes as they rise from the Mediterranean plains.


Your holiday, your way

Our guided cycling holidays in France have approx 8 guests to ensure personal attention and flexibility. If you have a large group of friends wanting to come on tour, contact us and we will be able to customise a cycling tour to best suit your group.

Live. Laugh. Ride.

A word from our clients

Don’t take our word for it - discover why our cycling adventurists have fallen in love with the Occitanie Region of Southern France and the VeloRoo way.

We've hired cycles around the South of France for the last 5 years for our long cycling weekend in September. Veloroo were by far the best company we've come across.
Their cycles are first class and extremely well maintained, they deliver and collect for a reasonable fee, they are really knowledgeable in the area and above all Julia and Steve are really nice people.
You wont find better!Took Bike Hire in France in Sep 2017
Nice bike great service. Terrific experience renting a bike from Julia and Steve's fine business. They delivered the bike to me in perfect condition in Pézenas, were utterly accommodating to everything I needed, and made my holiday even more enjoyable. Wouldn't hesitate to work with them again!Took Bike Hire in France in June 2017