Are you planning a cycling holiday to practice for one or multiple levels? It would be best to consider Cycling Holidays for all levels Spain as it can help you focus either solely on your level or upgrade it to return back better and stronger for the coming season.
The three most common cycling levels are the easy, the intermediate and the challenging levels. These three categories have been developed to help you to determine the skills and abilities required for participating in the tour. If you are an amateur, it is recommended to choose a level that is within your abilities and fitness level for maximum fun. However, professionals can have more knowledge about the level they need to choose based upon their current requirements.
The easy cycling level is designed for those who are seeking average recreation and exercise regularly. It would be better if you have the basic understanding of your bicycle. These tours would take you on flat-terrain roads but still there would be a few rolling hills in the route.
The intermediate cycling level is designed for those who are in decent cycling condition and exercise regularly. The ideal candidate would be able to ride comfortably for minimum 4 hours and has hill climbing experience. you must know all the road rules and knowledge of the bicycle. In this case, you would be engaging in a terrain that can vary between flat and rolling, and can have short and steep climbs. The mileage would vary between different days to help test your endurance.
If you are pro or if you have trained long, the challenging cycling level is designed perfectly for you. You need to be in perfect cycling condition and must be able to ride comfortably for minimum 5 to 6 hours. In addition, steep climbs shouldn’t be any issue to you. In this level, the terrain can include major hills and series of steep, long and challenging climbs. If you want to practice your biking abilities for the coming season, you should be considering Cycling Holidays for all levels Spain.