Cycling in Poland hasn’t always been “a thing”, but increasingly it’s becoming so.

At the elite level, Poland makes some serious waves. Michael Kwiatkowski is currently perhaps the most famous name, with wins at Milan-San Remo and Amstel Gold, but Maciej Bodnar, Rafal Majka and Tomasz Marczynski are also well-known faces on the global cycling scene.

For us amateurs with even an armchair love of the sport, it’s always interesting to visit a country that has produced legends of the sport.

But with Poland there’s also a wealth of other reasons to visit. From historic cities, to new river cycling trails and long distance routes such as the Green Velo route, there’s a lot of good starting points when planning a cycling holiday in Poland. Pick your area and you’ll also experience world class scenery, food and hospitality all on a budget that isn’t going to break the bank.

We’re just getting started on our Polish cycling content – and are excited to share our introduction to cycling in Poland, which highlights five regions of Poland that would love you to visit. We hope to add more in-depth guides to cycling Poland soon, so do check back again in the coming months!

In the meantime, happy riding!

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