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22.10.2018 @ 21:41 Posted by Jesper Johannesen

Perhaps you’re getting a bit tired of cycling on a known and windy path by your hometown? It might be a good time to switch your scenery out with something else, a more astonishing and maybe also more challenging scenery. There a many different vacations and destinations you can visit with your bicycle. We have gathered three amongst the many opportunities for you to travel to.

Cycle in the Alps of France

One of the most popular countries to go biking is France and perhaps also Italy. Cycling in the mountains is extremely hard if you’re only used to biking down the same old road. But it can be a very giving experience and a good learning experience too. You’ll might have to cycle more slowly than your used too, but you have an amazing view that only gets better the further up you go.


France is also the place for Tour de France  - the biggest cycling event there is. It is a massive and long road that the participants have to bike on for many days. You may not be fit to try out the whole route just yet. But it could be fun to try to cycle some of the road that you have seen on TV. Then you may have a better instinct of who to count on when you bet on one of the participants at a betting site or a online casino with your friends.


Go further and further South or North

If you are not used to a specific climate it may also be quite the challenge to cycle through. But if you start in your own home country and slowly make your way North or South, your body slowly gets more used to the different climate and temperature.


This can end up being an extremely long trip and it might be hard to find a place to stay each night. But if you don’t have so many obligations in your life at the moment it could be a really refreshing thing to do. Both to change up your own cycling pattern, but also to experience something out of the ordinary. Who knows what you might find If you venture out?


Travel overseas

If you really want to go away to experience something completely different, you might pack your bicycle to fly overseas with it. Here might be a run you want to participate in or maybe just a route you have always wanted to cycle.


Traveling alone can indeed be a lonesome trip, but it can be equally as hard traveling with somebody else. Especially if you guys are not the best of friends. But it can be extremely rewarding traveling with someone else if you’re both up for the trip. No matter if it goes all the way overseas to another continent or just a bit further South or North of your usual route is it a giving experiment to see something else.  




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