European Bike Fleet
France, Holland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland
Cannondale Synapse Carbon 105 and Cannondale Synapse Carbon Disc Ultegra Di2 fiber road bikes are our choice for our tours across Europe. With lightweight carbon frames, these bikes are designed to dampen vibrations from the road and roll faster. The result is a smooth, efficient ride with comfortable endurance geometry that puts you in a position to enjoy the views.
Our hybrid bikes are tailored to the DuVine guest. Whether you’re riding our Duratec Custom DuVine Hybrid or Cannondale Quick 1 Disc, a compact crank makes for easy shifting. The tires are wider than a road bike (but not too heavy!) for a happy medium between stability and performance. With a sleek aluminum frame and cushy seat, our hybrids are light and comfortable for everyday riding.
U.S. Bike Fleet
Specialized Roubaix SL4 Comp Road Bike
The Roubaix is an all-day endurance beast that’s up to the task of conquering California’s rolling hills. The carbon frame has all the road-absorbing compliance you expect combined with the responsiveness and performance you need, plus a super-light saddle designed to reduce soft tissue pressure. This bike is also offered in a women’s geometry.
Specialized Sirrus Comp Disc Hybrid Bike
The Specialized Sirrus Comp Disc hybrid bike combines a lightweight aluminum frame with durable components to deliver a smooth, fast ride. Fitted with hydraulic disc brakes and a saddle designed to reduce soft tissue pressure, these hybrids truly put the focus on enjoying the ride. This bike is also offered in a women’s geometry.
Our Fleet in the Rest of the World
Wherever our travels take us, we use bikes best-suited to the local terrain. For tours in the rest of the world, please check the bike details provided on each tour page.
Available on most DuVine tours, e-bikes or e-wheels provide an extra boost to your own pedal power, so you can ride longer distances, tackle tougher climbs, and maintain a faster pace. Electric assist is an excellent option if you’re traveling with friends or family and don’t ride at the same level, or if your heart is set on exploring a region with more challenging cycling.
Having trouble selecting a bike for your tour? Read our blog post about Road, Hybrid, Mountain, and Electric Assist bikes.