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India Video Adventure: Kayaking, Cycling And Hiking My Way Through Kerala

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Get inspired to travel through this India video! So I’m trying to start doing more film stuff for my readers, hence this India video. I’m starting with my very first edited video of my kayaking, cycling and kayaking trip through […]

Colombia Travel: Exploring Bogota By Bike

Traveling through Cartagena and Medellin, I was told by locals and other travelers that while Bogota had a lot of culture, it was also a place you needed to watch your back. As I only had one full day in […]

Creating An Urban Cycling Culture: Interview With Urban Mobility Expert Mikael Colville-Andersen

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One hot topic being discussed around the world is urban cycling and how cities are adapting to bikers and even fostering vibrant bike cultures. During a trip to Copenhagen, I had the pleasure of meeting Mikael Colville-Andersen, Urban Mobility Expert, […]

Kyoto Day Trip: Amanohashidate, Japan’s Scenic Sandbar

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While Kyoto, Japan, has much to offer travelers, a scenic day trip option is Amanohashidate. Also known as “The Bridge to Heaven,” it’s touted as one of Japan’s three most scenic areas. This is due to the 2.2-mile (3.6-kilometer) natural […]

How To Travel Solo Through Fort Lauderdale (And Have An Awesome Time!)

Sweet Nectar Charcoal Grill & Spirits

Awesome things to do in Fort Lauderdale abound, especially for solo travelers. Yes, I was surprised too, but ended up having a blast on my own. Here’s how!

A Quirky Ride: 9 Alternative Bike Experiences In Portland, Oregon

Hawthorne Bridge.

We all know Portland, Oregon, is a great city for biking, touted as the Cycling Capital of America. Once you’re there this immediately becomes apparent, as bike culture is everywhere. While visitors can easily rent a bike and explore the […]

Adventure Travel: Nancy Sathre-Vogel Of Family On Bikes Inspires Us To Grab Our Cycles And Hit The Open Road

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Thinking about having a cycling adventure? Expert cycle traveler, published author, inspirational speaker and creator of Family on Bikes Nancy Sathre-Vogel talks about following your dreams, finding your passions and how cycling can enhance your travel experience (not to mention […]

Bus-Free Through India: Cycling “The Scotland Of Asia” To An Organic Farm

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“Today you have the option of cycling 102 kilometers from here [Periyar] to Kannadipuzha,” Rattan, my Kalypso Adventures guide informed me. Did I look like Lance Armstrong? Still, I loved that he had faith in my fitness to think I […]

Bus-Free Through India: Cycling The Cardamom Trail

Anaerangal Lake

“Today we’ll be cycling the Cardamom Trail,” my guide, Rattan, tells me over breakfast. “It’s 91 kilometers (57 miles) from here to Periyar.” I almost spit out my coconut chutney-covered dosa. Do I look like Lance Armstrong? Rattan laughs. “We’ll […]