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Jumpstartbiketravel: John Nguyen Houston To Ride A Bicycle

When I applied for the Young Adult Bike Travel Scholarship in 2014, I was asked to propose a service project for the Adventure Cycling Association as a condition for receiving a free bicycle tour in Oregon. I channeled their mission of inspiring and empowering people to travel by bicycle by proposing to change the cycling […]

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100% Of Guarantee Method Succeeded In Riding A Bike Or Anything.

Why are there pockets of cycling talent throughout the country? What is it that those who win races, or who achieve incredible feats on a bicycle all have in common? There must be a simple answer to these questions, and there is. Back in the late eighties, and throughout the nineties, you could fill an […]

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The Game In Austria – Devika Patil’s Crew Experience Velocrushindia – Part 1

Since the past few years, there has been a tremendous rise in the number of women who are pedaling their way to a healthier lifestyle. While many are yet to realize the health benefits, there are many who have fallen in love with cycling. One such woman cyclist from Nashik in India, happens to be […]

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Sardinia, Italy’s Bike

By Dan PeltierMost people travel to Italy to see the history, indulge in the al dente pasta and maybe get lucky enough to sample the pizza in Naples. But fewer venture to the island of Sardinia off of Italy’s Mediterranean Coast, a place that miraculously has escaped the flood of tourists to mainland Italy and […]

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David Byrne Bicycle Diaries

Bicycle Diaries: Seeing the World from the Saddle David Byrne is a musical innovator who was the catalyst behind the Talking Heads, one of the most influential bands of the ’70s and ’80s. He has collaborated with musicians from around the world, and in this new book, he provides succinct commentary on the state of […]

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Chile: Ride A Bike In Patagonia

Patagonia: An Action-Packed Bike Ride to Chile Biking ‘where bikes don’t belong’ By Stephen Fabes “We’ll have to cycle through at least one swamp!” announced Tim, suddenly satisfied when the three of us frowned as we contemplated the looming challenge. We had only scraps of information about the remote Patagonian border crossing between Chile and […]

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Tripsite: Cycling And Rowing

Randy and Sherrie Bennett, from Vancouver, are heading to Croatia this summer for their third adventure with Tripsite. They have traveled with the company every other year since 2011, when they first heard about the Pennsylvania based family company. An avid biking couple, they learned about Tripsite from other cyclists while they were on a […]

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Riding Radweg: How Germany Cycling

Got a wänderlust for touring Europe by bike? Southern Germany might have your fix. With over 120 routes threading 5,000 miles of dedicated bike paths, there’s something for everyone. Here’s what you should know before you go. Enjoy 5,000 miles of dedicated bike paths in Germany; Photos by Steve Graepel Dotted with fairytale castles, medieval bergs, and […]

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Bicycle Tour Back Roads Of Eastern Kentucky

Ale-8-One is a ginger-ale-like soda usually sold in glass bottles and popular in the hills of eastern Kentucky. During a bike trip through the region last month, for example, I washed down a burger with one on the back porch of a bed-and-breakfast owned by a man who once walked more than 3,000 miles across […]

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By Madagascar’s Bicycle Tour

SpiceRoads Cycle Tours is starting a hike-and-bike trip to southern Madagascar that will take in the African island nation’s geography, plants, animals and culture. The 15-day itinerary includes visits with the Zafimaniry people, whose wood carving knowledge is listed as a Unesco Intangible Cultural Heritage, and rides past crater lakes, rice paddies, vineyards and beaches. […]