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Share Tweet Would you cycle the world's most dangerous tourist destinations? Many people do. Before setting off on a round the world bicycle tour, it's important to inform yourself about potential hot spots. That way you can make informed decisions
The World's Most Dangerous Countries for Bicycle Travelers Are you wondering which countries are best avoided on a bicycle tour around the world? A recent report by the World Economic Form might help you decide. The WEF's Travel and Tourism
Download EuroVelo Routes GPS Tracks Using the links below, you can download the GPS tracks for the most popular EuroVelo Routes. If you're using a dedicated GPS device (including GARMIN), download the GPX files. If you are using your SmartPhone
EuroVelo: The Simplest Way to Cycle Europe It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the route possibilities in Europe. Forging your own way is fun, but sometimes it’s also nice just to sit back, relax and follow somebody else’s route.
Random Saddle Tales
The Final Hurdles After conquering Great Divide Route's highest point, Indiana Pass at 11,910 feet, you'd think riders could let out a sigh of relief. The tough stuff as over. They'd glide across New Mexico and sail across the Mexcian
Whoosh, whoosh, whoosh all the way down the mountain for 15 odd kilometers. Ok maybe it was more like bump, curse, bump. The rock-strewn Daxuenshan Pass road was rough, and we maxed out at around 8 kms an hour.
Curva 3 and already I was short of breath. Gasping and gulping in precious oxygen. I reckoned we were at just over 2,000 meters. That’s nothing in the Andes. La Paz, the highest capital city in world lies at around
The ferocious Patagonian winds fought hard to keep us from reaching Tierra del Fuego. They tossed us about, knocked us off our bikes, attacked us from all sides. They humbled us. They angered us. They brought us to tears. But