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Cycling on the Vaud Alps roads

Set off on the roads of the Vaud Alps by bike

Cycling on the roads through the Vaud Alps is without doubt one of the best ways to discover the beauty of its landscapes.  

There are more than 500 kilometers of roads to discover, which are as varied as the landscapes you will encounter. You will find some of the most beautiful passes in Switzerland and flat loops in the Rhone Valley. These cycling routes, which pass through the Vaud Alps are on roads with moderate traffic and an excellent surface for optimal comfort during your adventures. 

It is no coincidence that the World Cycling Center, headquarters of the Union Cycliste Internationale, is located in Aigle. Numerous road cycling competitions regularly take place on the roads and passes of the region which have seen the greatest champions of the discipline.

Castle and biking - summer - Aigle
All road bike routes in the Vaud Alps

Routes between plains and mountain passes

Discover

Guides are available to accompany you

To improve your cycling skills or to accompany you, bike guides are your best allies.

Rent or have your road bike serviced

The region's cycle shops and workshops rent and repair your bikes so you can hit the roads in complete safety. These cycling enthusiasts will give you sound advice on how to equip yourself or acquire the bike made for your profile. In these shops, you will find useful accessories and a good selection of equipment to make your bike ride enjoyable.

Road bike - route du col de la croix - cyclist - summer - Visualps.ch
Take part to the Alpes vaudoises Strava challenge

Follow expert advice

Advice, ideas, tips and tricks from pros or local bike enthusiasts.

Participate in cycling events in the region

The roads of the Vaud Alps regularly host national and international cycling competitions, popular competitions and Bike Test.

Vary the pleasures and try the various styles of bike

If road biking appeals to you, other ways of cycling may also be just as enjoyable.

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