What is Bike & Py?
Above all else, Bike & Py is a concept, a state of mind, a place dedicated to biking in all its forms. Whether you be a cyclist on a mission to conquer the legendary Pyrenean cols or simply a rider in search of the perfect single track, you will definitely find people who share your passion for biking at Bike & Py.
A true biking hub, you can come right in to have a coffee or enjoy a cold beer after the day’s ride, or simply watch live the top events in the world of cycling (Tour de France, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup). All you need in a friendly atmosphere and among people who share the same passion.
Simultaneously coffeehouse/boutique, bicycle rental shop, trip and event organizer, Bike & Py could be considered the ideal place to immerse oneself in biking culture, created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.
Why the Pyrenees?
Simply because we live in the heart of the Pyrenees and would like to share this exceptional riding terrain the best way possible.
A truly spectacular landscape composed of stunning and untouched nature as the backdrop, biking in the Pyrenees can prove to be an unparalleled riding experience. What’s more, while riding in the Pyrenees you will discover the essence of alpine life, traverse local villages with remarkable charm, and taste authentic southwestern French cuisine.
A Quality Service
Bike & Py trips and training courses are a finished product provided by a local team of bike enthusiasts. Possessing a solid know-how in event management (FFC French Cup, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Pyr’Epic All Mountain Race), some of the team already have several years of competition experience under their belts.
We proudly provide a custom service including all necessary logistics required to have a worry-free experience, allowing you to make the most of your ride while taking in the beautiful scenery.
Bike & Py is registered under Atout France as a travel and holiday agency as well as part of the Altamonta network, a professional and tourism network at the service of cyclists and mountain bike riders in the Pyrenees.