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A travel and lifestyle blog magazine for people living life on two wheels. Providing inspiration, news and reviews to propel bicycle travel and tourism. If you have some content that you would like to contribute to Two Wheel Travel or you would like us to speak at your event, please contact us

What makes a campground bicyclist friendly?

bicycle camping and coffee

Some are better than others, but really most campgrounds bizarrely overlook the small improvements that could lead to attracting even more cyclists and add to their own PR efforts. What makes a campground bicyclist friendly? Read More »

Bicycle Traveler Magazine, issue 6

Download Bicycle Traveler Magazine

Want to buff up your reading list? One of our fave publications, Bicycle Traveler Magazine, issue #6 is out and available for (free) download. Read More »

Roubaix trademark debacle – Fuji weighs in

The Roubaix trademark debacle takes another turn. Fuji weighs in and it may just turn the tables on Specialized. Read More »

Has Bike Sharing hit the mainstream?

now that CNN is reporting on the spread of bike sharing programs, has it finally hit the mainstream? Is it finally something that everyone accepts is here to stay? Does your city have a bike share program? Read More »

Movers and Makers – video series by Swobo

Movers and Makers - a video series by Swobo

Partnering with Bicycle Times, bicycle and clothing manufacturer Swobo is launching a five-part interview and video series called "Movers and Makers: People That Inspire Us," that will focus on bike industry members that the series' producers find inspiring. Read More »

Bikes on Amtrak roll forward, slowly

Elly Blue's tweet about amtrak threatening to remove her folding bike

Amtrak is forming a task force with a variety of partners, including Adventure Cycling, state and national bicycle and passenger-rail organizations, transportation officials, trail groups, and bicycle planning experts to work towards the goal of expanding bicycle services on Amtrak lines, Read More »

My favorite thing about bike touring Slovenia is….

As we continue writing our " Slovenia bicycle travel" guide, we want your feedback. Tell us your favorite thing about bike touring Slovenia. It could be anything that stands out for you! Read More »

Climbing Vrsic

Switchback 15 on Vrsisc Pass Slovenia; Bicycle touring; Two Wheel Travel

The tourist village of Kranjska Gora is a charming place to rest, alpine beauty in every direction. Triglav, the three-headed mountain, looking down at us from all angles, reminding us of exactly how small we really are. The following morning we begin our assault: Climbing Vršič, the highest paved mountain pass in Slovenia, on our loaded touring bikes. Read More »

Crossing Pohorje

Looking for adventure? Come with us - Crossing Pohorje with loaded touring bikes from Maribor to the Savinjska Alps across the Pohorje Tranzversal trail and through the gravel roads of Koroška. Read More »

Bicycle Touring Inspiration: the Drau Cycle Path /Drava River Trail

Distance: 366km from Toblach ITA to Maribor SLO(It is possible to extend another 130km to Legrad, Croatia) Difficulty: Easy (ITA & AT); Moderately Difficult (SLO) Suitable for: Families, Mature Cyclists, Recreational Cyclists and Long Distance Tourists Recommended bicycle type(s): Trekking/Touring Bikes and Mountain Bikes Why you should go: Incredible Alpine views, beautiful river valley, charming villages, gastronomic delights, a multitude of wineries & cyclist-friendly services ... Read More »

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