Experience France By Bike’s Best Places to Stay, Part II

I hope you enjoyed reading about the first five of my favorite places to stay for 2013!  I’m sorry for the delay in publishing Part II, but I moved last week…need I say more?  I’m happy to say that I am now back on track and excited about closing the books on 2013 and writing […]

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My Favorite French Bicycling Destinations From 2013

2013 was really an incredible bicycling year for me, with many new destinations and cycling experiences.  Reflecting back on the year, I wanted to share some of my favorites with you.  Perhaps one or more of my favorites will inspire your trip planning for the upcoming year!  So here is my list of my favorite […]

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Dreaming of A Perfect Provence Bicycling Trip for 2014?

While many are dreaming of a white Christmas, a lot of bicyclists are dreaming of a new adventure for 2014.  But planning a perfect bicycling trip can be time consuming and frustrating for the average recreational cyclist.  Up to date information on cycling routes can be difficult to find and plotting daily distances for a […]

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Planning A Bike Trip to France: Ten Money Saving Tips

The Mistral winds and the cold have settled over France and only the most determined cyclists are out on the trails. For most of us, the time between Christmas shopping and holiday parties is the perfect time to start thinking about ideas for bicycling in France in 2014. During the next few months, I’ll be […]

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I’m Thankful For The Great Bike Paths In France

I have so many things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving:  my family, my health, my friends, the opportunities I have to bicycle in France, finishing my first e-book, A Weekend Trip From Blois to Chambord, and last but not least, the ever growing number of great bike paths in France!  For the last week, […]

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Cycling In Provence: Mont Ventoux Region Not To Be Missed!

I always imagined the Mont Ventoux region as the domain of expert cyclists, not an area that would be welcoming to a normal, average recreational cyclist like me. After my recent trip to this area, I’m happy to report that this is definitely another region in France to add to your bucket list of cycling […]

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Cycling to Chateauneuf du Pape, Surrounded By Mountains and Vineyards

It is with a very sad heart that we say goodbye to Philippe and Sylvie at Villa Noria.  Their hospitality has made our time here so perfect. Philippe’s cooking has made our meals something to definitely look forward to. Philippe advised us at breakfast that there is a strong weather front coming through today with […]

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