top of page
  • Derric Hicks

Kicking off the cycling season in style

April in Bosnia means the roads are clear of snow and more bike-friendly. A local cycling group in Mostar, in the region of Herzegovina, organized a great ride to officially open the Ciro Trail for the 2018 season.

The Ciro Trail is quickly becoming a favorite for cyclists from all over Europe. The trail follows an old railroad track starting in Mostar and ending in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It is a beautiful 180 km ride. Some riders attempt the Ironman-distance ride in a single day. However, most choose to break it up over a two or three days to fully soak in the views and take advantage of the good camping or lodging options. Many locals along the trail have transformed some of the old rail stations into lodging for the riders.

This opening ride attracted riders from many countries. Other than Bosnian, Serbo-Croatian, one could hear riders speaking English, German, French and Slovenian. Traveling along the Ciro Trail is an excellent way to connect with riders from around the world, but more importantly, experience the unique and authentic cuisine and hospitality of Bosnians and Croatians.

Contact us for more information if you are interested in joining One World Sports as we connect with riders from around the world on The Ciro Trail.

6 views0 comments


bottom of page