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Last legs - day 4 the end of the Otago Cycle Trail New Zealand

All of us from the group last night are up early and at breakfast just after 7. Our hosts tell us the rain rumoured all this trip is likely to hit around 10 am. 475 more words


Cycling diaries day 3 - Otago Rail Trail - New Zealand

Day 3

The forecast is for rain so I am up early. With 48 kilometres to go today, I am on the trail by 9.  The day despite being overcast is what I can only describe as champagne cycling. 381 more words


Light at end of the tunnel - Otago Rail Trail

I am up early for day two. Two reasons – I didnt’t think I could have eye contact with the honeymooners at breakfast who had roomed above me the night before, and second, Ophir is a ridiculously photogenic historic town. 448 more words


Happy Trails Downunder - Otago Rail Trail New Zealand

Back home from my beloved Berlin, I quickly fixed on a local adventure in my New Zealand homeland to take the sting out of coming back. 411 more words


Homage To Caledonia

Two years ago my son Sam and I cycled Lochs & Glens North from Glasgow up to Inverness. This summer we decided to retrace that journey but this time taking an entirely different route, incorporating the… 3,666 more words

Slow Travel

Biking in the Pyrenees Now Made a Special Experience

While considering a road cycling trip amidst some of the world’s pristine locations, a Pyrenees cycling experience certainly comes second to very few. The Pyrenees as the very location of world renowned cycling events like Tour de France and Route du Sud always has a steady trickle of cycling enthusiasts from across the world. 366 more words

Cycling Holidays

Tour Diary: Belgian Treasures & Treats from Bruges to Brussels


In July, guests joined us in Bruges for our Belgian Treasures & Treats Tour, an 8 day holiday by bike and barge that included stops in Ghent, Dendermonde, Antwerp, Mechelen and Brussels.  553 more words