guided tours

Our guides offer you unforgettable biking moments, guiding you safely and enthusiastically along the best routes. At the same time, they offer competent all-round advice on the world of cycling, tell you the funniest anecdotes, know where the breathtaking views are and, last but not least, know where to take the most beautiful souvenir photos.

Quality and individuality are at the heart of what we offer, so we place great value on the professional training of our guides and instructors; they are Swiss Cycling certified guides or instructors or youth+sports trainers with plenty of experience in the field.

Cycling the Alps
Swiss Alps

Ride with us along the amazing swiss Alpine roads. The journey will take you through challenging Alpine passes and breathtaking scenery. It’s a unique cycling experience, there is no competition: just enjoy the incredible landscape.

E-Bike, Road bike
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Why a guide?

 

It's simple, you'll have more fun!


A guide is definitely more than just a human GPS. Thanks to their knowledge of the terrain, a guide opens the door to an experience that would not otherwise be possible; they know the 'goodies' that are not found on maps or forums and can give you targeted advice on how to improve your riding skills. Guides know the regions in which they offers tours in all their facets. In addition, a guide ensures a good atmosphere within the group, guarantees safety, knows the best places to eat and, last but not least, knows where to take the best pictures.

 

All in all, this means more carefree, safe, fun and invaluable extras for you!

BikePort Sagl

Viale Stazione 36b

Stazione FFS - track 1

6500 Bellinzona

 

01.11.2020 – 31.03.2021:
from Tuesday to Saturday

9:00-13:00 / 15:00-18:00

 

01.04.2021 – 31.10.2021:
daily

9:00-13:00 / 15:00-18:00

 

 

+41 (0)91 243 09 78

WhatsApp
info@bike-port.ch

 

 
BikePort

BikePort Sagl
Viale Stazione 36b

6500 Bellinzona

 

Tel. +41 91 243 09 78

WhatsApp
info@bike-port.ch

 

 

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