Our Culture

Born from a love of cycling and a passion to create the greatest cycling experiences

We believe that the most important part of any trip is the ride. Every single member of the Thomson team is passionate about cycling and dedicated to creating the ultimate experience.

These are the rules that we live by.

What we Live By


Cycling is Our Life

We ride. We love the sport and make it part of our life.

What we Live By


Strive to Inspire

We lead, we create trips that exceed expectations and satisfy the desires of avid cyclists.

What we Live By


Question Perfection

Good enough is not enough. We perpetually refine and improve our service.

What we Live By


Be a Platform for Accomplishment

Our world class support enables cyclists to focus the road ride.


We’re the number one Official Tour de France Premium Tour Operator

Our trips have earned us the status of number one Official Premium Tour Operator to the greatest race on earth. From the VIP Departure and Arrival villages, to our private hospitality marquees on the roadside, from the extensive, fully supported ride programme to the best planned routes on famous climbs and unknown cols alike. Thomson Bike Tours is recognised as the best way to experience the Tour de France.

What we believe

We exist to introduce cyclists to the beauty of cycling the greatest roads. To us, the best experiences come from maximising the potential of your trip. We obsess the needs of the cyclists, using our expertise to create cycling trips that are challenging and rewarding.

Let’s Go Again

We never stand still, we constantly innovate and improve. Forever searching for new roads, unfound cols and better vistas.

As passionate cyclists the entire team plays a role in improvement. It’s in our nature to innovate and our dream to share the best possible cycling adventures with you. From meticulous refinement of routes, to incredible van support and the best ride leaders in the business.

Unforgettable roads, indelible memories and abiding friendship.
Let’s Go Again.

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