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57 travel features tagged “Biking”

Easy breaks from Rio de Janeiro

Despite attracting more tourists than any other South American city, stunning Brazilian scenery can be found within three hours of Rio’s crowded beaches and skyscrapers.
Read more… 25 March 2013


Exploring Australia’s High Country on two wheels

Cycling is a huge draw in mountainous northeast Victoria, with a rail trail, mountain-bike tracks and road routes creating some of the country’s finest bike terrain.
Read more… 28 February 2013


Cycling the high-altitude Himalayan highway

The 500km route from Manali to Leh in northwest India has become one of the world's premier mountain challenges for intrepid cyclists.
08 February 2013


Easy riding on New Zealand’s new cycle trail

Twenty new bicycle tracks offer the perfect way to explore New Zealand’s legendary landscapes.
Read more… 16 January 2013


Localites

Creating a cycling culture in Hong Kong

From 10 to 13 January, the Bicycle Film Festival is making a pit stop in Hong Kong, with bike-themed films, events and a 12km ride to raise the profile of the sport in the city.
Read more… 10 January 2013


The Passport blog

Seeing Barcelona by sidecar

A motorcycle tour of the city’s sights makes visitors feel more like 1950s screen stars than camera-toting tourists.
Read more… 14 November 2012


Hanoi by motorcycle

See Vietnam’s bustling capital via the country’s most popular mode of transportation.
08 November 2012


In Boston, leaf peeping by bike

Using the newly painted bike lanes, off-street bike trails and the city’s cutting-edge bike share program, three routes through the New England city show off its autumnal allure.
Read more… 08 October 2012


Cycling the San Juan Islands

This remote archipelago in the extreme northwest of the United States is a bucolic paradise with bike-friendly roads that provide an excellent excuse to leave the car behind.
Read more… 06 September 2012


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