Bike Touring

Winter Cycling Locations In America

The 6 Best Winter Cycling Locations In America

Biking is a great way to explore the world, no matter what the season is but not everyone has a suitable spot nearby. The good news for hiking enthusiasts is that hiking trails in the US and Canada offer perfect weather, stunning views, and convenient cycling all year round One thing I used to wonder

Retrospec Bikes Review

Retrospec Bikes Review: Are They Worth Buying?

Did you know that Retrospec Bikes was formerly known as Critical Cycles? Don’t worry, it wasn’t because their bicycles made rides critical! Retrospec, a US-based cycling manufacturing company has been around since 2009. They are chic and not too expensive! But are they worth buying? Well, buddy, that’s what you and I are going to

Best Cycling Routes

Best Cycling Routes — Scenic Roads To Enjoy Your Ride

Cycling holds limitless adventures for us all and what’s better than experiencing an adventure in some breathtaking landscapes? From the high peaks of Blue Ridge Parkway to the red rocky coastline of Pacific Coast Highway, we have the best routes in the USA and worldwide like the La Route Verte (Canada) and the EuroVelo 6

Happy Woman Bicycle Commuting

How To Start Bicycle Commuting- Pedal Your Way To A Greener Commute

Bicycle commuting has many health benefits. Not to forget, A cycle is less expensive than a car. It reduces your carbon footprint and saves money on transportation costs. You will be surprised to know that the average cost of owning a car in the United States is $9,000 in contrast to owning a bicycle which

Best Adult Electric Scooters

Best Adult Electric Scooters- Review and Buying Guide 2024

First of all, let’s get this one thing straight, scooters are not only meant for kids, but adults can also enjoy them. Since the electric scooter market is expanding, you have so many more options to choose from! With the best electric scooters, you have a lot of choices, you can rent them out or

Best Folding Bikes

Best Folding Bikes For Travel – Fold and Go (Updated 2024)

Planning a vacation but can’t carry much with you? Are you moving into a brand new studio, the amazing kind that you always wanted, but it has limited space? Are you worried about what will happen to your bikes? I have got some good news for you. One answer to all your storage issues- Folding

Best Bikes For Exercise

8 Best Bikes For Exercise To Choose From!

Do you know what’s amazing? Being 50 but still looking like you’re 30! I mean how cool is that? And you don’t even need to spend a lot of money on skincare products to look like Angelina Jolie. All you have to do is get some exercise! That’s right! Exercise can do wonders for your

Fat Tire Electric Scooters

6 Best Fat Tire Electric Scooters for Off-Road Adventures

Electric Fat Tire Scooters are the ones that have at least 4-inch wide tires. You can easily ride them on any kind of terrain due to the fact that they offer better stability. In 2022, I read a study in the Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies and you’d be surprised to know that: Fat

Bike Size Charts

Bike Size Chart: What Size Bike Should I Get?

People buy bikes for different purposes: For racing, road-biking, mountain-biking, touring or commuting. Whatever the reason you have for spending your hard-earned money on purchasing a bicycle, it is very important that you get the perfect bike for yourself. Or else, you would be throwing away your money. In this article, you will discover the

The 13 Different Types of Bikes You Need To Know About In 2024

Based on my experience, there are 13 different types of bikes you should know. I left off a few from this list because they might be a subcategory of one of these others or they may just not be super important. For example, beach cruisers may be a fun way to ride on Saturdays down

Bikepacking experts

121 Bikepacking Experts Share Their Routes Around The World

Bicycle touring has a rich and unique history. From working class travel in late 19th century Europe, to US soldier brigades traveling entirely by bike in the early 1900’s history has seen its share of people who supported and got the most out of bike travel. However, prior to 1976, bicycle touring was really seen

Bikepacking bike

What You Must Know About Bikepacking Bikes And Gear List

Bikepacking is a relatively new thing on the scene. Although touring and other forms of bike travel have been around for quite some time, it hasn’t been until now that folks have started to make gear and bikes specific to bikepacking. We can’t explore everything but what I can do is give you a basic

Maïa in the bike trailer and Unia on the back

These 2 Children Grew up in a Bike Trailer (and Loved It)

Alice Goffart and Andoni Rodelgo biked around the world for 7 years. They started shortly after their first child Maïa was born, kept going through their second pregnancy and gave birth to Unai on the road! In this exclusive interview they share why they decided to bike around the world, how it affected the children,

Walking with a bike through sand

This Family Survived on Free Food For a Year

Patrick Jones and Meg Ulman spend a year cycling up and down the east coast of Australia with their two boys. Great idea – and what really made their trip unique was that they aimed to live of foraging, roadkill and other free food! By doing so, they showed just how much free food there

Bicycle touring with bags

Tilmann Waldthaler Has Lived On His Bike For More Than 30 years

Tilmann Waldthaler has been cycling since October 1977! So far he has visited 143 countries and cycled 462,000 km (287,000 miles). His tours have been full of adventure, including crossing the Himalaya mountains, being shot at in Iran and meeting his wife in the middle of Sahara. In this interview he explains how he travels,

Shirine portrait

Shirine Bikes Around the World for $5 Per Day

A few weeks ago I heard about Shirine who is biking around the world. That is impressive by itself, but what is even more impressive is that she started when she was 20 years old, that she did it alone for the first 10 months and that she survives on just $5 per day! It

Family on bikes

Biking from Alaska to Argentina with Two 10 Year Old Children

Nancy Sathre-Vogel went on a trip that took her from Alaska to Argentina and lasted almost three years. And she was not alone. Together with her was her husband and their two 10 year old children. Here she tells us about the trip, how it is to do long distance biking as a family and