Month: April 2011

Best Resources for Cycling the Atlantic Coast of France

Hopefully I’ve piqued your interest in considering the Atlantic Coast of France for a future bicycling adventure–for a day, a weekend, a week, or even longer.  If so, you’ll want quick and easy access to the best resources to help with your trip research and planning.  One of the hardest decisions you’ll have in planning

Top Reasons to Cycle the Atlantic Coast of France

The Cote d’ Argent or Atlantic Coast of France is the ultimate playground for the recreational cyclist.  Many consider the Atlantic Coast as France’s number one bicycling destination, especially during the summer months.  Whether you are interested in a long-distance journey or a day or weekend trip, whether you are biking alone, with a friend,


Rent A Bike in France Website Up and Running

By Maggie LaCoste Geoffroy Muller reports that the new bike rental website, Rent a Bike in France is now up and running.  After only a few short weeks, the new website, which will match inquiries for bike rentals in France with professional bike shops in France has over 200 partners registered with the program.  By


Understanding Voie Verte, Veloroute and EuroVelo

I’ve gotten a lot of e-mails lately asking about the difference between these different bike routes, so I thought it would be a great time to talk about each of them and what they offer to recreational cyclists in France. EuroVelo is a European bicycling network that links all countries in Europe.  The network is

Thoughts on Cycling in Puglia

I’m back home now, busy working on planning my summer bike trip to France. My birthday cycling trip to Puglia was everything I had hoped it would be–great people, great adventures, incredible food and wine, and great weather except for one day.  As wonderful as everything was on the trip, the experience did make me