Category: Biking

Everything You Need to Know About Biking

Biking can be done all over the world from mountain biking to road biking to urban and total recreational fun.

Biking is a great way to tour a new destination. Or enjoy a family outing. And the best are biking competition travels.

How to Use the Hydration Pack by Platypus with Ease

About one year ago, my husband, 38, decided it was time to get back to his childhood hobby – mountain biking. Within a short  year, he has taken his passion of biking to a whole new level of competing and … Continue reading

Family Yoga – After Biking Routine – Great Way Stay Healthy

Training for mountain biking competitions doesn’t only revolve around the actual biking. There are many components to full-on training. One of the most important, second to nutrition, is stretching and yoga. Family Yoga – Part of the Biking Routine All … Continue reading

Water Bottles for Biking – Mountain Bike Racing – by Polisport

How long do most bike races last? Sometimes 3-4 hours if you’re riding on the slower side. But on average, if you’ve been competing often, it can take around 2-3 hours at most. So what is one of the biggest … Continue reading

Mountain Biking – How to Do It with a Young Child

Cycling is, of course, an exciting and a healthy activity, the benefits it has for both children and families cannot be disputed or overlooked. We can borrow from the old adage that a family that plays together stays together and … Continue reading

Family Travel – Benefits of Cycling for Children and Families

You remember when you were a child, cycling was part and parcel of your growing up. It must have been the most important thing that may have happened in your life. At that age, you probably did not know the … Continue reading

Couples Getaway – Innisbrook Golf Resort – Much More than Just Golf

My husband and I love staying on golf resorts. But the funny thing is, we are not golfers. I think there is this almost limiting idea that if you don’t play golf that there will be little else for you … Continue reading

Finding the Right Bikes for Family Adventures

If you have followed my blog for a while you might already know that I have two adventurous sons. That’s why whenever we travel I always look for activities that offer a combination between allowing us to learn as much … Continue reading

Top 5 Most Awesome US Cycling Routes

Cycling isn’t just a way to get good exercise, it allows you to experience the outdoors, connect with nature, take a scenic tour of the country, and see some of the nation’s most famous sites and parks like never before. … Continue reading

Barcelona City Tour on Bikes – The Best Way to See the City

Where to start when visiting Barcelona? My family’s favorite way to get to know a city is by taking a bike tour. That is exactly what we did. The one main issue with bike tours is that not every company works with … Continue reading

Day Trips From Malaga – Renting Bikes Gives You Freedom

Fact – Our absolute most favorite activity to do in any town, city or country is to rent bikes and explore. So it is a complete natural step for us to find a great company who has all that we … Continue reading

Bike City Tour of Malaga, Costa Del Sol

After years of traveling, I’ve reached a conclusion. Whenever you are in a new city get your bearings by taking a tour. This can be done in a variety of ways: walking tour, bus tour, or bike tour. We LOVE … Continue reading

Philadelphia Bike Share – The Best Way to Get Around

If asked, I can think of a hundred benefits of have a romantic getaway. Aside from having adult conversations, enjoying a meal and drinks, watching movies without being interrupted a hundred times, making sure to hit a pool during some part … Continue reading

Eat, Stay and Play in Vermont – Places to Visit in Vermont – Travel Guide

Vermont is a huge State. Even bigger than it looks on the map because of all the different things it offers to do along the way. When I sat down to plan our family road trip for the week, my … Continue reading

48 Hours in Burlington – Things To Do in Burlington, Vermont

Every time I visited Vermont, when I was younger, for some reason, we always bypassed Burlington. No idea what the reasoning behind it was. But regardless, I finally made it, and with my family. So it was an extra bonus … Continue reading

Bike Touring – The Best Way to Explore Burlington, Vermont

Who would have thought that my 11 year old boy could pull off 26 miles of biking in one day. Especially since biking isn’t something we do on a regular basis back home. As a matter of fact, last time … Continue reading

Basin Harbor Club Resort – Much More Than Imagined on Lake Champlain, Vermont

Have you ever seen the movie ‘Dirty Dancing’? It’s based on a summer getaway resort for families. The hotel has acres and acres of gorgeous grounds, tons of activities for every age group, and delicious food in elegant restaurants. The kids, fully … Continue reading

Adventure Travel – A Beginners Guide to Cycling Accessories

You’ve seen the Tour de France, the Tour de Yorkshire and Sir Bradley Wiggins smash the hour record. So in the excitement you’ve gone out and bought yourself your first road bike, and now you need some accessories to go … Continue reading

Biking on Caye Caulker – The Only True Way to See the Island – Photo Essay

Caye Caulker is a two mile island off of Belize City and without a doubt one of the most beautiful places my family and I have ever visited. We are so in love with it, that we want to move … Continue reading

Key West Bike Rentals – The Best Way to Learn History of Key West

What is the best way to learn all you can about the place you are visiting? How about a bike tour. And where is biking totally appropriate and fun? Key West, Florida. I found Key Lime Bike Tours via Tripadvisor. … Continue reading

Villas of Grand Cypress – A Splurge That Everyone Needs to Take

By the time we arrived to Villas of Grand Cypress we’ve been traveling for over a week and needed some serious downtime. When I arranged our reservation I only had one night in mind before heading back home. That all changed … Continue reading

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