Iâ€™m not yet sure where we would stay. I like the area around Garachico and Puerto de la Cruz, but with small children and limited budget, Iâ€™ll probably end up nearer to the south. My wife will be able to provide vehicle support and Iâ€™ll keep a phone and local taxi numbers to hand, just in case. Again, even if stay in the south, Iâ€™ll take the bus to pick up the bike and ride back.
Incidentally, last time I was on the island I looked for professional bike support and couldnâ€™t really find anything, so glad to see that someone is looking at this now. That was five years ago.
W.r.t the bikes and website, I do try my best. When I searched for cycling Tenerife a few years back, info was practically non-existant. I try to fill that void wherever possible… I’ve slowly expanded the website & my fleet of bikes, although it has not been an easy journey.
It’s great to have some sort of backup I agree… quite apart from mechanical failures though – do take care riding in Tenerife as there are a few blind corners to watch out for which can catch you unawares. It’s also fairly normal for oncoming vehicles (buses & trucks) to cross over the line when going round hairpin bends.