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Slovenia – a bicycle travel guide (an update)

Slovenia – a bicycle travel guide (an update)

Our progress

When we decided to leave Warsaw  and go to Slovenia to research and write a bike travel guide, we never knew how wonderful and challenging it would be. After cycling more than 3,500 km to every corner of Slovenia, and meeting hundreds of wonderful people, we feel like Slovenia became our second home.   We came away with enough information, contacts and photos to fill several travel guides.  Fortunately we’re only writing one (for now)  It’s been almost eight weeks since we left Slovenia for points south, and we miss it everyday.  Currently holed up at Lake Ohrid, Macedonia, we thought an update was due.

Bicycle Bridge in Ptuj, Slovenia; Two Wheel Travel

Finally, a title

As you may have noticed from the title, we’ve finally settled on a name for our upcoming cycling guide: Slovenia- a bicycle travel guide.  It seemed to fit.  Simple and to the point.  We hope you like it.   We have been hard at work the past eight weeks, organizing the pieces that will become the definitive bicycle travel guide to Slovenia – sorting through 1000’s of photographs, making sense of the mountains of information we collected over the past 6 months, writing and rewriting outlines and drafts.  We are slowly and steadily putting together a phenomenal travel resource for cyclists to use while traveling around Slovenia by bicycle.

Biking into the Logarska Alps; Slovenia a bicycle travel guide; Two Wheel Travel

Splashdown

In that spirit,  we have launched a “splash page” to give a glimpse of the look and feel of “Slovenia – a bicycle travel guide and provide a preview of the contents.  We’d love it if you would share the splash page on your social networks, and  join our email list so we can keep you informed of our progress, steadily leak out previews, offer Slovenia bike travel planning tips and free downloads.

Reading trail signs while bicycle touring Pohorje Transversal trail in Slovenia; Two Wheel Travel

Thanks and more to come

Thanks to everyone who has been a part of our project so far.  We couldn’t have gotten this far without you.  As we move forward we will begin promoting this project more and more, in order to keep you apprised and create more buzz surrounding it.  We will need your continued support.  As we move forward we will be looking for an illustrator and publisher.  If that’s you or just want to say “hi” please contact us.

About Tyler Robertson

Passionate about bicycling, photography and great tacos, Tyler is always happiest when in the saddle. Now living in and exploring Eastern Europe by bicycle, he often spends time analyzing how bicycles can change the face of travel and the economic landscape while planning his schedule around bicycle trips (instead of the other way around). If you would like an opinion or contribution on any of the above, please connect on Google + or contact Tyler .
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