Alps dates announced for 2019!

August 10-17

August 17-24

These 7 day, 7 night camps (6 days of riding) are intended for advanced intermediate and above riders and go from Saturday to Saturday. (Please note check in and checkout times before booking airfare). 

Adjoining luxury chalets in the town of chamonix!

For 2019 we'll continue to be located near downtown Chamonix, France instead of in the surrounding mountains as in the past. This will allow riders to head into town anytime – a great addition to the experience. It will also allow non-riders to join their riding friends and have access to transportation all over the valley and beyond to hike, shop or eat anytime. (There is a bus and train station only 100 meters from the house – passes included in trip price.) We have two adjoining chalets with 8 total bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 saunas, 2 outdoor hot tubs, 2 sets of washers and dryers, and 2 garages with heated floors for bike storage. (Think pre-ride bike check in your slippers.)

Meet the guides


Thomas Aubin:

- aka Timmy Willis - is a certified French Guide as well as a gifted rider, coach and all around great guy. Thomas (pronounced Toma) helped Fluidride create our trips in Chamonix Valley and continues to offer our riders inspiration and access to trails hidden throughout the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. (Certification: French Carte Pro VTT)


Wayne Coates:

Wayne has been an integral part of the Fluidride family for the past 3 years, and is now the Fluidride European Manager, helping with all aspects of your Chamonix experience. Wayne has also played a pivotal role in getting our Finale Legure trip going. Wayne is a highly skilled rider and guide as well as an organizational genius. (Certification: French Carte Pro VTT - British Cycling Qualified MTB Ride Leader)

All TOURS include

  • Airport service upon arrival and departure

  • Daily ride guiding in French, Swiss, and Italian Alps

  • Breakfast every day and group dinner (wine included) five nights of each trip

  • Valley train and bus pass


Pricing (All TOURS)

  • Private Master Suite (en suite bathroom - bathtub and shower - double vanity - toilet room - Mt Blanc View from bathtub) – $3,499 (single occupancy) (SOLD OUT)

  • Shared Master Suite (Couples only - bed cannot be split) – $2,999/PP* (SOLD OUT)

  • Private Suite – $3,299 (Same size as Master Suite - private en suite bathroom - upstairs next to Master but with no Mt Blanc views).

  • Shared Suite – $2,849/PP (Same size as Master Suite - private en suite bathroom - upstairs next to Master but with no Mt Blanc views - can be set up as king or two twins).

  • Private Room with Balcony and View of Mt Blanc - Private Bathroom across the hall - $3,249 (single occupancy)

  • Shared Room with Balcony and View of Mt Blanc - Private Bathroom across the hall – $2,799/PP

  • Private Standard Room - $2999 (Some have in room showers)

  • Shared Standard Room – $2,599/PP (Some have in room showers)

*Price per person for double occupancy. NON-RIDERS SAVE $1,000 (shared room only).


YOUR deposit holds your spot with the balance broken into 6 equal interest-free payments. Deposits are 100% refundable until December 1, 2018.

The Not-So-Fine Print

Cancellation Policy: 

No refunds after February 1, 2019. If you are on one of our payment plans, your card will continue to be charged until the trip is paid in full. No exceptions. Trip protection is required through World Nomads to protect your investment. Insurance is inexpensive and covers you for more than just the purchase price of your trip.

What if I just want to pay in full now?

No problem! We can send you a special payment form for that.

What if I want to bring a non-rider with me?

Totally fine! Non-riders save $1000 off the normal trip cost and are welcome to join us in the van. There is amazing hiking from the house and at every ride location. When you reserve your spot we'll ask you to confirm if you are bringing a non-rider and we will invoice you accordingly.

What are the other additional costs?

Airfare can usually be found for around $1,100. You will also be responsible for lift passes ($25/day on average), lunches and two dinners.

What happens if we get inclement weather and the trails are not rideable?

While weather related cancelations of rides are rare (we always do our best to get you on the trail!) we are not responsible for the weather, which can change quickly in the Alps. There might be days where riding is not possible. On such days we do our best to ensure you have a great time either hanging out at the chalet, or with a fun trip into town.

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