Month: November 2013

Cycling In France: Best Photos of 2014

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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Garmin Edge Touring GPS Now Available!

Just in time for your Christmas list, the Garmin Edge Touring is now available in stores and online!  This new model from Garmin was designed to provide touring cyclists with the same peace of mind we get from the GPS in our cars, only with maps and features designed to help you find your way

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Navigating Train Stations In France With A Bicycle+Panniers

Nothing can ruin a day for a bicyclist more than having to maneuver stairs at a rail station! Sometimes, no matter how well you plan a trip, you need to take a train to connect to another cycling itinerary, to avoid a bad part of a route or oftentimes to return a rental bike. Regardless

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