Tanzania might not be a classic cycling destination, if only because cheetahs are usually faster than cyclists. Let’s change that…
We went to the world’s biggest cycling junkies and asked them a simple question: where do you want to ride?
Pedalling sets the perfect pace – you travel slowly enough to enjoy your surroundings but fast enough that they’re constantly changing.
Bumping along a chalky track that snaked its way through the Tuscan countryside, I surveyed my surroundings from the saddle of my bike…
Scandinavia may be leading the way, but there are a few new bike-friendly cities nipping at its heels. Here are our favourites.
If anyone needs me, I’ll be out buying a mountain bike and overcoming my crippling fear of heights.
Yogyakarta is definitely one our favourite cities in South East Asia. That’s a pretty big claim, but we have our reasons; from the wonderful temples on the outskirts of the city, to rural village life which exists just a short bike ride from the central hustle and bustle.
As the cultural hub of Java, Yogyakarta has so much to offer. Whether you enjoy perusing the eye-catching graffiti covered walls, getting arty in a batik class, or exploring the surrounding area for a flavour of local life. Adventure enthusiasts can also get their thrills, with the choice of jeep rides up nearby Mount Merapi, rafting, and caving.
There are many ways to get around Bagan, but one option far surpasses the others. Here’s the scoop.