Testimonials

All these testimonials have been written by our clients.


Geoff & Mo

Just a quick note to say thank you, on behalf of our whole group, for the fantastic time we had with you last week. We all wanted a good weeks riding and some good fun, but our time with you guys was way beyond any of our expectations.From the way we (and our bikes)were picked up at the airport we immediately knew that we were being looked after by cyclists. Thanks for taking such good care of our equpment as well as us. The rides were fantastic, it´s the first time any of us have ever used a guide, and none of us would hesitate again. I doubt if we would have found any of the routes and roads without your help. We have all commented on how good it was to have you guys pace us up some of the longer climbs. The food the accommodation and the banter kept us going all week even though our legs were tired. Those of us who took advantage of the sports massage in the evenings, really felt the benefits when climbing the next day. Thanks also for the photos and ride profiles, It´s good to look back and see what we´ve done. All in all a fab week, we can´t wait to come back next year, maybe even sooner for me. Thanks again from all of the team. See you again soon

Alastair

Good afternoon,

Apologies for taking so long to send you my feedback - work has been pretty full on since I got back! As you already know the welcome Maureen and you provide is second to none - it is like visiting family but without the tensions/arguments! Being able to ask someone with your level of knowledge for advice is priceless and knowing that however hard you work during the day there will be a first class meal waiting for you is hard to beat. I hope that in the not too distant future I will be able to visit your home again. In the meantime I hope all your guest are behaving themselves and that you have a wonderful Christmas. Take care
Stella

Hi Geoff,
Back in Denmark and it is very cold.Peder was very happy with the trip and had a great time.It is very possible that he would like to go on another trip, next time around Here is the photo from the trip.
Thank you again.

Best regards
Peder and Jonna.

Hi Geoff
Now I’m back in England (and work!) I wanted to say thank you for a great three days riding in Tenerife. The routes, conversation and views where tremendous, and made for a really worthwhile cycling element of my holiday. It has certainly got me enthused again and as and when we come back I’ll be in touch. We may even explore a ‘lads’ weekend with bikes at some point too!

Cheers

Treve

Morning Geoff
( or should I call you just around the corner Geoff we are nearly there ! ) Just a quite e mail to say hi and thanks for experience of cycling around the island when I visited two weeks ago, it was minus 4c on the way into work this morning so do not ever complain about the weather when it’s 18c every day ! Anyway hope you and wife keeping well, hope to come back soon with our son and spend more time out in the hills cycling

Cheers Derek

Hi Geoff,
Thanks for a great week of total cycling indulgence, it has been most depressing to return to the 9-5 (especially at -20 degrees in the Arctic Circle). A great time was certainly had by all, thanks to you guys for your hospitality (especially Mo's cooking!) and for the excellent guidance and training advice on the rides. All the best for the rest of the year & (dependant on the home ministry...) hopefully see you for more of the same.

Cheers

Jon

Dear Geoff,
I hope you remember me and Catina from back in February; the photographer and the plastic surgeon. I finished the Etape du Tour on Sunday: not gloriously (10'55") but I did finish it and 3000 didn't. It was 14,200' of climbing. I wanted to let you know that the time I spent with you on Tenerife was brilliantly useful in two ways. Firstly I went into it super confident that I could deal with the climbs and the heat and secondly, I was astounded at how poor all the riders were at descending. I came whooshing down the Col de Marie Blanque and quickly came to see that the most dangerous part was other riders. I was trying to take the line you'd showed me but these people were all over the place; braking in the wrong place, suddenly moving out and all going sooo slowly. I passed loads but the only way was to move very quickly into clear spots on the straights so I'd be free to take the correct line on the corners. Anyway, thanks to your guiding influence my Garmin ( I know you hate those things but they're sometimes useful) says it topped at 77kph which is a PB for me. If you can't come down fast, what's the point of going up? You should offer a 'How To Descend' Master class but people wouldn't know they needed to attend

Many thanks once again

Simon