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Take Me to the River #7 La Clue de la Cerise is a beautiful deserted corner of the river Esteron - the perfect place to cool down after the grueling climb up to Les Ferres.
Nissa La Bella Lookbook SS21. Strolling the iconic Promenade des Anglais, wandering the bustling streets of the Old Town or simply sitting and gazing out to sea. Whichever way you look, Nissa La Bella is mesmerising in summer.
Badges for Cols We've created a collection of badges in celebration of iconic climbs near and far. All you have to do is ride the col and claim your free badge.
High Five Kick start your badge collection. Claiming five cols in one ride means lots of distance and plenty of elevation, but when you're riding in the Alpes Maritimes you wouldn't want it any other way.
Ride of The Month: July. The Col de Vence is an unforgiving climb, renowned for it's desert-like landscape, beautiful views of the Mediterrean Sea and the absence of an escape from the blazing sun.
Take me to the river #6 Hidden wild swimming spots offer perfect relief as the mercury rises. Tanneron is home to one of the River Siagne's best kept secrets.
Shake it up #3. L’infernal Stao Soubran. Roads like walls and changing skies. A perfect cocktail for a short, sharp ride.
Nice Café. Whether you're after a jersey to buy or a bike to rent, a mechanic's expertise, a strong coffee or simply a heads up on the local routes.
Ride of The Month: May. Heading for the foothills of Grasse, and its Rose de Mai. Flowers in full bloom and early season climbs combine to produce a beautiful spring ride.
Montagnes du Monde. Explore some of the most celebrated cycling climbs globally. And a few less celebrated but no less good.
Montagnes à la Carte. The cols of the Alpes-Maritimes offer some of the best riding in Europe. Providing inspiration and perspiration in close to equal measure.
Shake it up #2. One hour, five kilometres from home. In less than one hundred metres the gradient climbs from 14% to a scarecely believable 21%. There's short and there's sharp and there's this.