Wilderness Scotland’s family cycling holidays from Fort William are suitable for kids aged 11 and up. You can mix up five days of cycling along tow paths and forestry roads with canoeing, horse-riding, castle visits and monster-spotting on Loch Ness.
Price: The Coast to Coast Family self-guided mountain biking break costs from £600 per adult and £575 per child, including five nights’ B&B accommodation, bike hire and baggage transfers.
More info: wildernessscotland.com
With the Tour de France coming to the UK this July, it’s time to get on your bike. The Camping and Caravanning Club has campsites along the route, including Cambridge and Yorkshire.
Price: Pitches cost from £22.50 per night for members. Membership for a family of four costs £41.
More info: campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
If you want guaranteed sunshine, Exodus has a family cycling tour of Cuba that takes in the capital Havana and the valley of Viñales. End your trip with a stop in Santa Clara to see where student icon Che Guevara is buried, with plenty of fun along the way from zip lining to river swims.
Price: Nine days cost from £1,549 per person (minimum age 11), including flights, accommodation, breakfast and some meals.
Mor info: exodus.co.uk