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Lost in fascination

DENMARK | Thu, 21 May 2015 | By ledzzgo | Views [373]

Northern Copenhagen environs, Denmark Botched my gear change while manoeuvering an urban intersection, unhinging the chain. This is a first! Contemplate panicking, bigtime - Instead, opt for ZEN and minutes later - fingers greased, I re-mount "Sid" ... Read more >

Tags: bicycle, bike, biking, copenhagen, cycle, cycling, denmark, europe, touring

The last two days

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 12 Jun 2013 | By josephuck | Views [629]

Today being Wednesday. On Monday I was up early to cycle into Shkoder to buy a backpack, I didn't want to spent too long in the city because one of the campers, Lukas, whom I had befriended was leaving and I wanted to say bye. The cycle in was much ... Read more >

Tags: albania, bamboo, building, cafe, camping, construction, cycle, fake

Cycle to Mes bridge

UNITED KINGDOM | Sat, 8 Jun 2013 | By josephuck | Views [1057]

Today I went for a massive cycle today through the small Albanian villages nearby, my bosses Niko and Faye said it was fine for me to take a bike. Verdyanna (phonetic spelling) told me it would only take an hour for me to get there and back, it took ... Read more >

Tags: albania, camping, cycle, friendly, irish, mes, mountains, ottoman, people

Cycling in Scotland

UNITED KINGDOM | Thu, 23 Feb 2012 | By cycle | Views [587]

Cycling in Scotland is a cost effective, greener, more enjoyable method of transport. There are many cycle routes taking you though many different types of terrain from easy for the beginner to very difficult for the more experienced cyclist. Some of ... Read more >

Tags: bicycle, culture, cycle, mountain, people, road, scenery, scotland, travel

Cycling Lejog

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 23 Aug 2011 | By cycle | Views [399]

The word "lejog" stands for "Lands End to John O Groats" the two furthest points in mainland Britain a distance of approximately 1000 miles. Travelling in the other direction is reffered to as "Jogle" Every year over 5000 ... Read more >

Tags: britain, cycle, cyclist, travel, uk

Timeless in Tuscany

CHINA | Sat, 11 Dec 2010 | By cooolnits | Views [506]

A lovely ochre colored texture wall in the lovely city of Siena in Tuscany. It was as if the shot was timed for perfection, or rather the harmony between the 3 and their connection with each other was forever planned and just waited to be shot by someone.... Read more >

Tags: composition, cycle, ochre, timeless, wall

Machu Picchu

PERU | Sun, 22 Jun 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1662]

When something gets as big as Machu Picchu you get a little concerned that after great expense, time and distance to get there it can´t help but fail to live up the giant reputation that rests on its shoulders. It´s a wonder of the world visited by ... Read more >

Tags: agua calientes, cuzco, cycle, inca, latin america, machu picchu, peru, south america, tour, trek

Death Road mountain bike trip to Coroica

BOLIVIA | Sat, 7 Jun 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [5809]

As the ultimate mountain bike widow there was no chance of sneaking out of La Paz without at least some experience of the death road, one of the most famous downhill mountain bike rides in the world. My options were to catch a bus down and wait for ... Read more >

Tags: bolivia, cliff, coroica, cycle, death road, la paz, latin america., mountain, mountain bike, south america

Magic Malbec Moments in Mendoza

ARGENTINA | Wed, 30 Jan 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1144]

The rain clouds are gathering outside and we are in a dimly lit barn looking at four glasses of red wine. They have been laid up in order for the perfect testing. Instinct tells us that there is probably some sort of etiquette to this and the two knowledgeable ... Read more >

Tags: andes, argentina, bike tour, bodegas, cabernet sauvignon, cycle, malbec, mendoza, tempranillo, vineyards

Alpine Chalets in the Cordoban hills

ARGENTINA | Thu, 24 Jan 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1667]

La Cumbracita is a beautiful, but really weird, little Alpine style town in the Cordoban hills. It was founded by a German family in the 1930s, who pretty much made an exact replica of their own home town back in the Alps, right down to the wooden ... Read more >

Tags: alpine, argentina, camp, cordoba, cycle, la cumbaracita, mountains, sausages, wagner, wurst


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