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52 travel features tagged “Biking”


Buenos Aires’ Critical Mass

Thousands of cyclists gather in the Argentine capital each month for an event that celebrates the joys of cycling and promotes its positive effect on the city.
Read more… 14 March 2012

Cycling the Tel Aviv coast

With more than 100km of dedicated bike paths in a flat and compact metropolis, this beachside Israeli city is best explored on two wheels.
Read more… 01 March 2012

Bike-friendly Los Angeles

Cycling is a now a viable alternative in this Californian city that was once known for traffic, smog and gridlock.
Read more… 12 January 2012

A 24-hour mountain biking race in Moab

Once a year, more than 1,000 mountain bikers converge in part of the desert near Moab, Utah, to compete in an intense, day-long race.
28 September 2011

Beyond the Headlines

Bike sharing around the world

Eight great cities for public bicycle programmes and how each works
Read more… 09 September 2011

An (almost) endless cycling journey

The Tour d’Afrique is a four-month bike ride across the back roads of Africa. Riders notch up 11,953km, hundreds of blisters and a lifetime of memories.
Read more… 09 September 2011

Braking for bike cafes

Cogs and coffee for the two-wheel set are popping up in cities and at the edge of rural trailheads.
Read more… 08 September 2011

Cycle New York City like a pro

A perfect balance of urban landscape and green space, it is remarkably easy to bike in the Big Apple – particularly if you know where to go and how to best manoeuvre yourself.
Read more… 07 September 2011

Biking in Buenos Aires picks up speed

With a total 200km of bike lines planned, a new bike-sharing program, and multiple cycle tours, Buenos Aires is well on its way to becoming a cyclist’s city.
Read more… 06 September 2011

A beginner’s guide to travelling by bike

Those who travel on their own two wheels say it is the best way to see the world.
Read more… 02 September 2011

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