Wow Total Travel! I just returned from the most amazing Belgium cycling trip, hosted by Roger Knight…great cycling, fantastic and hospitable local people, beautiful cities, historic castles, great food and Belgian beer, and upfront and personal viewing of the Eneco Tour (professional cycling). My original thought was just to buy an expensive package tour to Europe, but after two weeks with the enigmatic Roger Knight and living the local cycling lifestyle….I know where I will be headed next summer! I urge anyone even remotely interested in Belgium to get on board with Roger and the Total Travel Team! (Belgium Tour 2014)
I can recommend the TDU with Total Travel WA to anyone who loves cycling and would like to experience this fantastic event. Total Travel WA arranged a fantastic daily ride plan, centrally located accommodation a stroll to bars, pubs and restaurants, and a rider support vehicle to cater to all abilities. Riding Adelaide for the tour at this time of year was spectacular.
Emma C Tour Down Under 2015 client
“Just finished two weeks in August 2015 based in Herselt Belgium with Total Travel WA. It was “Vellagas”. If you want racing in Belgium, elite, tourist, masters etc over bitumen, cobbles, pavement, and/or solid group rides then Roger Knight at Total Travel WA might have the answer for you. We stayed at a “cycle house” the Café Achter De Wereld. Great location, easy accommodation, plenty of room and tools for your bike. Races within easy riding distance. The Knoet Hotel group rides a highlight. And the Café has a range of 44 beers in case you were wondering what you might do post racing and riding. What does “Vellagas” mean? Full gas or top speed. Thanks again to Total Travel WA and Roger Knight” Mark Leaker
“Total Travel and Roger Knight provided a Tour Down Under experience underpinned by a love of cycling and cycling culture. We rode best routes, climbs (and descents!) around Adelaide, without risking it becoming a training camp. This was backed up each day assuming we survived the festivities the night before… and if we struggled, there was always the sag wagon to get us home!”