Month: July 2013


Experience France By Bike Named European Cyclists Federation Blog Of The Week

How great to be featured as the ECF’s summer campaign blog of the week! Thanks ECF and thanks to Anette Christiansen for such a nice article!

Another Perfect Adventure Experiencing France By Bike

There aren’t enough superlatives to describe my recent cycling trip in France. From the vineyards of the Medoc and Saint Emilion, to the Canal du Midi and Corbieres vineyards to the Luberon in Provence, cycling just doesn’t get any better than my last trip!  Each day was full of adventure, gorgeous scenery, funny experiences and

Cycling in Provence: A Very Sad Au Revoir

Provence is an easy place to fall in love with, and a very difficult place to leave. Four days here was only enough time to confirm that I should have planned on staying no less than a couple of weeks! Even though it never rains here in the summer, it rained in Bonnieux this morning.

Cycling in Provence: Can This Be Heaven?

Today is day 2 of my Sun-e-Bike adventure in Provence. We’re on our way to the town of Saignon in the heart of the  Luberon along a route famed for its beautiful lavender fields.  We climb uphill for what seems like forever, but the climb is effortless on our electric bikes.  As we reach the

Cycling in Provence: Sun-e-Bike Day 1

Today was a perfect day  bicycling in the Luberon. I actually had a blast cycling on a Sun-e-Bike electric bike.  To be honest, it was as much or more fun as a day at Disney World, Provence style!  While I will be the first to say that electric bikes may not be for everyone, after