Join contributor Shaun Woodman as he takes us on a trip to France, Italy and Portugal.
In his third collection for FulGaz, Shaun has captured a mix of routes around Southern Europe to help keep you motivated when the weather pushes you inside.
Find all these rides under NEW in the FulGaz app or check out all of Shaun’s rides by searching “Woodman”.
There are many different routes up to the highest mountain in the Algarve and this is the toughest one. This route features annually as a stage finish in the Volta ao Algarve. Ride the same roads as the pros up to the statue at the top depicting the 2020 tour winner Remco Evenepoel.More Info
The LEJOG equivalent in Portugal is the N2end, a 738km ride along the National 2 road. This ride takes us up the first real hill when heading north from Faro to Barranco do Velho.More Info
This is a beautiful quiet climb close to Morzine. It passes the stunning Montriond Lake then goes through the village of Les Lindarets known as the village of goats. You will see why!More Info
This is the climb to Col du Petit San Bernard. Starting from the Italian side, you'll climb to the French border, passing the old border station just before you stop.More Info
Rated as possibly the most beautiful ride in the Alps? If you know the 1969 film 'The Italian Job' then you might recognise this Col which was used as the getaway road where the coach balanced over the edge of the road. Giro d'Italia 2019.More Info
Keen to find out more about Shaun’s cycling adventures? Or what made his ride 60 cols last year?
Check out Shaun’s bio in FulGaz’s contributor corner.