Month: April 2013

Veloscenic Cycle Route Update: Paris to Mont St-Michel

If you’re planning to be near Paris or Mont St-Michel this summer, and you are looking for a challenging bike adventure, look no further than the Veloscenic, one of the newest long distance bicycle routes.  The resources for the Veloscenic have improved a lot since the last time I updated the route last summer.  The

A Cycling Trip to France Takes Shape

If there’s one common theme running through my upcoming bicycling trip, it would be three of my favorite things: wine, food and market days!  In the wine department, I’ll begin my trip in the vineyards of the Medoc on the Atlantic Coast, follow them to Saint Emilion, then along the Canal du Midi in the

Cycling the Hill Towns of Provence Effortlessly

E-Bikes.  Who would think that these six letters would help bring about revolution in recreational bicycling in hilly parts of France?  In areas such as the Vaucluse region of Provence, recreational cyclists are enjoying the exhileration of cycling to gorgeous hill towns such as Bonnieux, Lacoste and Menerbes effortlessly, the e-bike way.  Sun-e-Bike, located in