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Monday, 28 July 2014 10:55
During the organization of a bike trip, I often ask myself if it worth to buy a bike trailer and fix it behind my bicycle to carry my luggage or if I had to keep using my bike bags, with which I have done my previous trips. In this short article I'll try to explore these two alternatives, itemizing pros and cons, trying to help you bike travelers choosing one of the two solutions.

Via Francigena: from Canterbury to Rome in Sigerico's footsteps

Karakoram Highway: from Pakistan to China up to 4.693 meter

Travel to Slovenia: week end between nature and cities

Thursday, 12 June 2014 00:00
This is the firt time that I interviewed a cycle traveler in english. It's an experiment but I hope it could be the first of a long series.
Frank is a dutch bike traveler. He started to travel around world with his bike in 1971 and from that year Frank explored many countries in all continents. Here you can read his story...

Riding with Dervla Murphy: 80 years of bicycle travels

Eva and Mike, by bicycle from New Delhi to Singapore

Thursday, 18 April 2013 20:53
Another mountain bike trail that gave us great views of Lake Garda and the northern basin of the Benaco. This path is intertwined with other trails we've already undertaken around Lake Garda, but introduces, for us, the novelty of Rocchetta pass. After the effort of the climb rewarded by breathtaking views, the descent leaning over Leano is just right for those who love speed.

Latemar loop: mountain bike on the Dolomites

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