Do the bikes have any bags or panniers fitted?
Are water bottles provided on bike trips?
What make are your bikes in Cuba?
What sort of tyres do the bikes in Cuba come with?
What sort of suspensions do your bikes have?
I want to take my own saddle – what is the seat post diameter?
Do your bikes have clip-in pedals?
Can you always guarantee a bike available to hire locally?
What accommodation will I be staying in during the trip?
Outside of Havana however, accommodation is clean but relatively basic with dated furniture and the odd chipped tile here and there. The Cuban government’s primary focus is on the main tourist areas, so places that are off the beaten track are still waiting in line to receive their refurbishments and upgrades. With many items not readily available as a result of the embargo, this is a very slow process.
Do you use local guides on your cycling tours?
What level of fitness should I have for a cycling trip?
Can you help me put together a trip for me or my group?
Can I bring my own bike?
If you book one of the tours we run for our UK tour operators then they will provide you with the relevant details as they will also handle your flight arrangements.
In terms of Cuban customs regulations, all tourists are allowed to bring in a bike tax free, along with a reasonable amount of spare parts for personal use.