The Adventure Cycling Association is offering youth scholarships for cyclists aged 18-25 who are interested in participating in their Leadership Training Course or the Introduction to Road Touring course. The offered scholarship covers airfare!, the cost of one of the courses which includes meals, lodging accommodations, and the cost of a rental bike and gear. […]Read more "ACA – Youth Bicycle Touring Scholarships"
Savary Island wasn’t on our radar when we left home for a week-ish long bike trip along the Sunshine Coast. But as we were making our way along Highway 101 towards Powell River, we kept hearing consistent reports from the locals about a tiny island out off the coast of Lund: “white sandy beaches”, “shallow blue […]Read more "Savary Island"
With its quaint Victorian towns, its natural scenery and the blessings of the Olympic Rain Shadow, the northeastern corner of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula makes for a superb cycle touring destination — especially so for any bike-loving Vancouverites suffering with the sterile glass architecture and wet weather of Lotusland. By comparison, Port Townsend seems fixed in […]Read more "Port Townsend / Coupeville"
We arrived to Madrid just in time to visit the very first cycling café in the city, La Bicicleta, which opened its doors to the public just two weeks ago. Madrid has seen a slow increase in bike ridership these last few years, and sights of cyclists peppering the heavy car traffic in the city centre […]Read more "A New Favourite Spot in Madrid – La Bicicleta Cycling Café"
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