CASE STUDIES FROM CLINICAL PRACTICE
Did you know there was an annual professional Tour de la Guadeloupe covering 1250km over 9 days. Indeed the island has a rich cycling history. The island has a vast network of well paved roads with cyclists having access to over a 1000km of routes. The island can be viewed in two halves. The Base Terre side is mountainous with more challenging terrain. The Grande Terre side gives access to rolling forest rides as well as flat plains and coastal stretches.
Spectacular views are guaranteed every day especially over the Caribbean and Atlantic waters. And lets not forget the chance to immerse yourself in Creole culture and cuisine.This will be MOTEs first visit after our 2021 trip was derailed by the pandemic.
Once registration opens bookings are recommended as, based on previous interest, we anticipate this will be a very popular trip. Initial numbers will be restricted to 30 delegates although there may be options to increase the numbers slightly depending on demand.
Guadeloupe is a cycling paradise - yet you probably have never thought of it. Join us in the French Caribbean for a tropical cycling adventure. Warm weather, crystal clear water, rich volcanic terrain, well kept roads, Creole culture and of course Creole cuisine. What more could you want for your next cycling adventure. We are aiming for a 2023 departure. Click on the image below for more details.
Places on this trip are initially limited to 30 participants so please consider booking early to guarantee your place. Costings will be available once registration opens.
The program will be case orientated and highly interactive. Delegates will be encouraged to bring along interesting and relevant cases for discussion. Cases will be selected to stimulate discussion and focus on current challenges and controversies from a wide range of clinical domains. Come along prepared to participate in some robust conversations with both old and new friends.