Via Gruccia 23/G Int.11, 52027 San. Giovanni Valdarno (AR) Italy
P.Iva & C.F: 02306110517

Tour Operator n° – 41650

One day adventures – Discover Tuscany and the Chianti Classico area with Tuscany Bicycle Travel

Unforgettable roads, beautiful landscapes and saturated in locale itineraries – Tuscany Bicycle Travel offers a wide range of trips for all cycling abilities. We are a team of passionate, local cycling experts with a long history in the active cycling tourism industry – celebrating over 25 years’ experience in creating, designing, managing and executing once in a life time cycling experiences in Italy, and more specifically in Tuscany. Ride like a Tuscan!

We also own a boutique bike store called Tuscany Bicycle which is located in Gaiole in Chianti, in the heart of Chianti Classico, providing clients with high quality rental bikes, such as Pinarello, Bianchi, Olympia and Atala, as well as premium, made in Italy cycling clothing and bike accessories.

Discover our Single Day bike adventures

There is something for every kind of cyclist, from recreational to serious amateur racer, featuring paved scenic roads or gravel roads (le Strade Bianche) – all taking place in Chianti Classico, the heart of Tuscany, in wine country. Our area is a true cycling paradise. Whether you prefer road cycling, gravel rides, gourmet options, or laid back E bike adventures, we’ve got you covered. Have a look at our various options here. We also offer Custom and Self guided rides – please email us for more information.

Create your own bespoke, tailor made cycling adventure with Tuscany Bicycle Travel. By selecting our Custom tour option, you are able to specify the length, the difficulty, and the places and experiences you are interested in including in your dream biking experience here in Tuscany. Half day, single day and multi day rides are available. Contact us today for a quote. Ride like a Tuscan!

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Elizabeth Miller

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Elizabeth Miller, Managing Director of Tuscany Bicycle Travel and Manager for Sales and Marketing for Tuscany Bicycle and Tuscany Bicycle Travel, is an ex semi pro bike racer, originally from Pennsylvania but Tuscan by adoption. Elizabeth has been a fulltime resident in Italy since the late 1980’s. In the early 90’s she competed at the semi pro/pro level for road, MTB and track racing in Northern Italy and was crowned Champion of Lombardy three times during her illustrious racing career. Over the last 20 years, Elizabeth has worked her way through the ranks first as guide, then Trip Specialist and finally as Italian Area Manager for leading international bike tour companies, designing, leading and managing both multi day and single day trips – as well overseeing accounts payable, suppliers, hotels, guides, mechanics, and equipment to run the trips. Fifteen years ago, Elizabeth earned her professional sommelier designation in Italy from AIS (Italian Association of Sommelier) and went on to become a published Wine Critic on one of Italy’s foremost wine guides, Duemilavini. Today Elizabeth enjoys offering the best rental cycling equipment available on the market to Tuscany Bicycle customers, as well as creating unique, saturated in local culture biking trips, for cyclists of all levels – from families to serious amateur racers. When she is not out biking, Elizabeth can be found walking her two dogs, enjoying a nice glass of Brunello or roaring around Tuscany on her Ducati.


Francesca Bonicolini

Technical Director for Tuscany Bicycle Travel
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Francesca Bonicolini, born and raised in Tuscany, is from a small town on the western edge of Chianti called Terranuova Bracciolini. Francesca grew up on “Ribollita” and “Pappa al Pomodoro”, along with all of the flavors and traditions of all that is typically Tuscan. Francesca has always enjoyed learning new languages and meeting other people from different countries, and this has given her insight into seeing things from a different perspective as well as other cultures. Early in her life, Francesca also realized she really enjoyed showing other people “her Tuscany” – eventually she was able to turn her passion into her profession, first as receptionist then director for a number of different properties/farmhouses – and today as a coach/consultant for holiday homes, B & B’s and residences. In 2010 Francesca passed a very difficult state exam and obtained her qualification to act as Technical Director for tour operators. She is very proud and excited to work with Tuscany Bicycle Travel to put her 25 years of experience in incoming tourism to great use. Francesca says “See you soon in Tuscany!”

Luoghi da visitare

Badia a Coltibuono

A beautiful former abbey dating back to 1049, now transformed into a leading winery, with a flagship gourmet restaurant, also featuring authentic accommodations located near Gaiole in Chianti, province of Siena.

Gaiole in Chianti

A charming, sleepy medieval wine village, which was part of the “league of Chianti” dating back to the Middle Ages. Today Gaiole attracts thousands of visitors annually for a vintage bike race called L’Eroica. The race takes place in October and leaves from the main square of Gaiole.

Radda in Chianti

One of the most spectacular medieval villages in the Chianti Classico area, perched high above the vineyards, with 360 degree enchanting views of surrounding areas.

Rocca di Castagnoli

A fortified medieval village with a leading territorial winery onsite, flagship winery restaurant called Il Celliere, and refined accommodation.


One of Italy’s most famous medieval cities with gothic style architecture. Pictured is Piazza del Campo, where Il Palio, the iconic horse race takes place each July and August, amidst pomp and ceremony. Siena has been the long time rival of Florence in the history of Italy, and participated in a 450 year war with their bitter enemies the Florentines, eventually succumbing to their forces at the end of the 1400’s.

Castello di Brolio

One of Chianti Classico’s most imposing and formidable of castles, which has been in the same family, the Ricasoli family, since the 1100’s. Today Castello di Brolio is one of the main tourist attractions in the Sienese countryside, featuring a world class winery, Barone Ricasoli, as well as a flagship winery restaurant, Osteria del Castello, and accommodation on site. There is also a great local bar, also owned by Barone Ricasoli, called Agribar, focusing on local products and traditions. Barone Ricasoli is accredited with being the estate where Chianti Classico wines were codified at the end of the 1800’s.


A stunning medieval and Renaiassance hill town, located in the province of Siena, in southern Tuscany. Montepulciano is one of Tuscany’s largest hill towns and is famous for its foods and fine wines. Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is one of Italy’s top DOCG wines, and is produced in the environs of Montepulciano. Montepulciano boasts a high quality production of pecorino cheese and pork products, as well as pici pasta.


A small medieval hill town located to the west of Pienza and close to the Crete Senesi in the Val d’Orcia. There are records suggesting that the hill on which Montalcino is situated, was inhabited as early as Etruscan times. Today this village is famous for Brunello di Montalcino, one of Italy’s most celebrated DOCG wines. This wine is produced with 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes, and has shown to be age worthy even up to 100 years.