Cycling around Uluru

It was a recurring question about my trip Down Under. “What were the highlights?” The answer was easy. Cycling around Uluru was consistently in my top three. What is Uluru? Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, is a massive monolith rising out of the desert of Central...

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Cycling in Cambodia

I’ve never waffled so much about a trip as I did with cycling in Cambodia. This type of indecisiveness was a stark contrast to other adventures where I’m usually the first one out the gate. Source of my hesitation It wasn’t the cycling, and it wasn’t Cambodia. It was...

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Biking the Golden Gate Bridge

Biking the Golden Gate Bridge is part of the whole San Francisco experience. In a city known for its hills, the 13-km Fisherman’s Wharf to Sausalito ride across the Golden Gate Bridge is surprisingly flat, and one of the easiest you’ll encounter. Travelling solo? No...

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Bike Barcelona with a local

Biking is the new golf. It’s all about the food. According to Julia Cosgrove in These 9 Trends Prove That the Way We Travel Is Changing, biking and food are two areas that are changing the face of travel. I’d advocate for another: The sharing economy is...

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Cycling Taiwan’s Taroko Gorge

Cycling is a great way to explore interesting places, and cycling Taiwan’s Taroko Gorge is no exception. Regarded as Taiwan’s number one tourist attraction, Taroko Gorge is an impressive 19-km long marble-walled canyon. It lies beside Taiwan’s east coast where the...

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