Top Five Biking Destinations for Bike Week 2024

Welcome to Heaven Publicity’s ultimate guide to Bike Week 2024, which falls on 10-16 June 2024 in the UK. Whether you’re an avid cyclist or a family looking for an exciting summer adventure, our clients offer a plethora of incredible biking destinations to explore. From the lush trails of Wales to the majestic peaks of the Alps, we’ve curated the top five biking experiences that will make this year’s Bike Week unforgettable.

Embark on a family biking adventure this Summer with BikePark Wales’ Ticket to Ride package 

It’s no secret that Wales has some of the best mountain biking in the world, and the undisputed crown jewel is BikePark Wales, based in the heart of the Brecon Beacons but easily accessible from the M4 and A470. Long since known for its expert trails, the trail centre has now turned its eye towards younger, and less experienced riders, offering the chance for even novice riders to swoop through the beautiful woods and valleys to experience one of the world’s fastest-growing sports. BikePark Wales has recently introduced Ticket to Ride, the Ultimate Family Adventure, available during the summer holidays. The Ticket to Ride package is designed for beginners, offering specially curated trails like Kermit, ensuring a memorable experience for riders of all ages. It includes bike hire, safety equipment, and guided tours, all facilitated by 4×4 trucks for hassle-free transport. Families can enjoy the breathtaking scenery of South Wales while immersing themselves in the thrill of mountain biking. The package costs £325 total for a family of four, with additional options available for extra members. The sessions run from 9 am to 1 pm on weekends and school holidays. A two-night stay at Gethin Lodge is priced from £95 pp based on two sharing a room. 

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Take an electric mountain bike through the Megève mountains 

Throughout the summer Megève reveals a unique charm, discover the panoramic view of the Mont-Blanc massif surrounded by lush flora and crystal clear waters. Go on an overnight electric mountain biking adventure through the mountains. Leave from Megève for this two-day, one-night adventure, after an afternoon of riding electric mountain bikes through the forests and paths of Megève, participants will start ascending the ridges to reach the summit of Tête de Torraz where Foodtruck 1930 will be waiting. A true paradise, overlooking the mountains with a 360-degree view. At the top set up a bivouac which will be home for the evening, here local chef Yan will provide bikers with a local craft beer or one of his delicious potato fritters. Then return to the tent to spend the night immersed in nature. The following day after breakfasting on local produce under the first rays of sun, begin the return to Megève village centre. The electric biking mountain adventure is priced from €250 /£220 pp.


Ride High at Verbier’s BikePark  

In the summer, Verbier 4Vallées is a paradise for mountain bikers. There are eight downhill tracks (two of which were specially designed for beginners), 23 enduro trails and 500 km of cross-country routes, as well as several e-biking itineraries. Thanks to its renowned bike park, Verbier is regarded as one of the mountain bike capitals of Switzerland – and one of the best in Europe. Opening on June 8 2024, the Verbier BikePark now offers nine different trails with unique landscapes, catering to various skill levels, from beginner to competition. These trails span between Les Fontanets (2,475 m), Verbier (1,535 m), and the side of La Tzoumaz. An adult day pass for bikers costs 45 CHF. 


Watch the Kufsteinerland Cycle Marathon in Austrian Tyrol this August 
With its 34 regional associations, Tirol is one of the leading holiday destinations in the Alps. Tirolean tourism is characterised by almost 200 years of history and various pioneering achievements. The Kufsteinerland Cycle Marathon, will be held for the eighth time on 25 August 2025. To cater for all levels there are three disciplines to choose from: the Cycle Marathon route (120 kilometres, 1,800 metres elevation) the slightly shorter Lakes Circuit (95 kilometres, 1,160 metres elevation) and the more leisurely Panorama Tour through the Inn Valley (48 kilometres, 400 metres elevation). A full list of roadbike– race events can be found at: 



Ultimate MTB Experience: Pass’Portes du Soleil in Les Gets, Portes du Soleil 

The Portes du Soleil is one of the largest ski and MTB areas in the world, comprising 12 Alpine resorts (eight French and four Swiss). Join one of the most sought-after mountain bike events in the Alps, Pass’Portes du Soleil MTB, from 28-30 June 2024. For its 20th edition, this three-day event promises exhilarating downhill rides and challenging uphill climbs across nine different resorts in France and Switzerland. Plus, explore the latest biking products at the MTB show in Morzine. Kids can join Pass’Portes Kids in Châtel, Les Gets and Morzine, supervised by professional mountain bike instructors from 29-30 June 2024. This event is not just for mountain bikers however, non-mountain bikers can enjoy a hike to discover the Franco-Swiss territory of the Portes du Soleil with Pedestrian Pass’Portes in Châtel, Les Gets, Les Lindarets-Montriond, for just £14.5 / €17. Pass’Portes adults tickets are £58 / €68 and children’s £25 / €30 For more information visit

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