At Eat Sleep Cycle we’re proud to be featured in some of the world’s leading cycling publications. Including Cycling Plus, The Irish Times, Total Women’s Cycling, Casquette & Daily Travel Media.

Read on & discover the secrets of Eat Sleep Cycle’s success, learn about the growth of cycling in Girona & find out more about the team behind the tours.

For press inquiries contact Louise at [email protected] or download the Eat Sleep Cycle Press Pack.

Living The Dream

01-Nov-2018 | | Rob Kemp

“My advice is know the difference between passion and interest. Passion will get you out of bed at 6am after five hours sleep to support a group of clients who want to ride all day.Interest won’t.”

Rob from Cycling Plus spoke to Brian about what it’s like to be a co-owner of Eat Sleep Cycle (link coming soon)

Wheeling in the Punters: Driving Girona's Rise as Cycling Tourism Hub

20-Nov-2018 | | Mili Semlani

“We quit our jobs and moved to Girona with a suitcase, a credit card, a bike each and a good feeling.”

Mili from Travel Daily Media spoke to Eat Sleep Cycle partner Louise about the rise of Girona and the Eat Sleep Cycle journey.

Taking the High Roads of Girona by Bike

02-September-2018 || Eoin O’Sullivan

While Mallorca and the Canary Islands will always be choice spots for cyclists seeking out some warm-weather riding, the Catalan city of Girona is now also well established as one of Europe’s top cycling destinations, and it’s easy to see why.

Eoin from The Irish Examiner joined us for a 2-day Girona Challenge.

Ride Report: La Purito, Andorra

Aug 2018 | | Emily Chappell

We had all signed up for La Purito, a 145km sportive founded by Joaquim Rodríguez and based on Stage 11 of the 2015 Vuelta España – which many now refer to as the hardest stage in the event’s history.

Emily Chappell from Casquette joined us in August for the extremely tough La Purito sportive in Andorra.

Hand Luggage Cycling Getaways: Girona, Spain

14-Feb-2018 | | Hannah Reynolds

Girona has all the vibes you need for a fantastic weekend away. A compact city filled with stunning Gothic architecture, its narrow twisting streets overflowing with bars and restaurants all oozing laid back Catalan charm.”

Hannah from Total Women’s Cycling paid Girona a visit and joined us for a ride.