- LA MAISON
- LA VIE
WHERE TO RIDE FROM NICE – CAP D’ANTIBES
The classic winter training route and a perfect recovery ride. Simply take the cycle path west along the sea front, keeping an eye out for rollerbladers and for cars filtering on and off the main road. Just before a big apartment block that looks like an ocean liner the piste cyclable finishes, so take care crossing over to join the road.
Once in Antibes, you take the rampart road between the old town and the sea, before heading out on to the Cap. Surrounded by the calm Mediterranean, the pine trees hide huge grand villas, hotels and smooth quiet roads. You'll find a lot of local cyclists doing laps here.
Stay for as many circuits as you like, before having a coffee on the other side of the Cap in Juan les Pins and then retracing your route home.
Yolande Merino Jersey.
As it's a winter or out-of-season ride, the long sleeve merino of Yolande will breathe and heat as required during this lower intensity outing.
Nissa La Bella is the official anthem of our home town. Sung every week at OGC Nice football matches and in schools around the town, it's an ode to where we ride. Another view and another angle to find another way to love our home town
1 - THE ROUTE
2 - RENT AND RIDE
Travel light and book your bike. We offer a range of rental bikes, the R5 Cervelo road bike and the Aspero Cervelo gravel bike along with titanium road bikes from French marque Leon. Each bike is complete with pedals, tool bag and rear light while, if needed, each rental can also include Specialized shoes and helmet.
3 - THE CAFÉ
Located on the Old Port, our café is the prefect pre and post-ride meeting place. With some routes that begin almost outside, excellent coffee and a full range of our clothing collections for men and women. There are weekly rides as well if you’d like to discover riding on the Cote D’Azur with like minded companions.
When the ville of Nice decided to use #nicecyclingparadise to promote the grand depart of the 2020 Tour de France, there was definite method in the madness. If Paradise Lost has over ten thousand lines of verse, this cycling paradise found has almost as many routes, roads, stretches, views, climbs, cols, lacets, stops and starting points. Enough at least to satisfy even the most discerning cyclist.
To celebrate the local climbs and the roads we ride, we created a badge for each of our local cols, collected together in our Montagne à la Carte series. After that we raised our eyes and we added badges for some of the world's iconic climbs, creating our Montagnes du Monde series.
Ride the climb and claim the badge. From Col d'Eze on our doorstep to Sa Calobra, Mount Fuji, Mount Baldy and beyond.