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Bicycle Travel Research mission: Slovenia

bicycle touring by train; Villach Austria; Drava River trail; Two Wheel Travel

As a relatively unpolished gem of European bicycle touring, Slovenia seems to be exactly the right place to focus our next efforts. Mountains, rivers, Adriatic coast, wine country, friendly people, low costs and a nation committed to sustainable tourism, combine to make an almost perfect mix for bicycle tourists. We want to be a part of it. Read More »

iBike WAWA – official launch party

iBike WAWA launch party

The date is set iBike WAWA official launch party: 5 June at Black Sheep This is the official launch party party for iBike WAWA -A bicyclist’s guide to WARSAW held in co-operation with Professionals in Warsaw, on Friday 5 June at Black Sheep at 8 PM. Come on out to Black Sheep and celebrate the official launch of iBike WAWA – A bicyclist’s ... Read More »

7 Surprising things about bicycle touring Eastern Europe

we stopped in cesky krumlov czech republic on our bicycle tour from prague to dubrovnic; vienna prague greenways; bicycle touring eastern europe; two wheel travel

Bicycle touring in Eastern Europe can be both fun and challenging. Here are 7 things that will pleasantly surprise you. Read More »

The Bicycle Traveler’s Holiday Gift Guide 2012

bicycle travel holiday gift guide 2012; two wheel travel

Two Wheel Travel's Holiday Gift Guide 2012. Find the perfect gift for the bicyclist on your list , maybe even something for yourself. Check it out... Read More »

Tour de Varsovie, July 10

Plac Wilsona; Graffiti; Architecture; Tour De Varsovie; Zoliborz stage; Bicycle touring in Warszawa

Last evening C and I joined Tour De Varsovie for a culture tour around the Zoliborz district of Warsaw. Until yesterday we hadn’t heard of Tour De Varsovie. I saw their post on facebook and we jumped on board. The tagline is Kolarstwo Miejskie, or “Urban Cycling.” The tour, in it’s third season, is focused on covering the urban landscape ... Read More »

A Carfree lifestyle: How much $ can you save?

Cycle tracks make urban bicycle travel easy, convenient and fun

Life on a bike can be good for your wallet After spending a large portion of 2006 living in The Netherlands, C and I made the decision to rid ourselves of the burden of car ownership. Living and transporting ourselves around the Hague without need or use of a car was an eye-opener. Forunately the excellent infrastructure and social acceptance ... Read More »

America you’ve got a lot of growing up to do

High shcool seniors suspnded from school for bicycling

America you’ve got a lot of growing up to do. In Walker, Michigan more than 60 high school seniors were suspended from the last day of school for simply cycling en masse to school. It seems the school district has a rule prohibiting students arriving at school by bicycle. What is wrong with our cities and schools where bicycling is ... Read More »

Going home, for the first time.

Going Home T and I were looking for cycling ideas for the weekend and decided to combine it with something I promised to do while I lived in this country— visit the village where my great-grandparents emigrated from in 1900, Gogołów.  We took the *fast* train from Warsaw to Krakow (160 km in 3 hours) and then the local train from ... Read More »

Tour de Sudety

cycling; bike touring; czech republic; two wheel travel

Bicycle touring in Southern Poland and Czech Republic   Tour de Sudety – a set on Flickr A 5 day/4 night tour around South Western Poland and a brief foray into the Czech Republic (Hey- why are those road signs in Czech…?), several rain showers, one BIG downpour, lots of dirt roads, highways, forest roads, single track and city streets, dozens of ... Read More »

Cycling the Jura Trail from Czestachowa to Krakow

Cycling the Jura trail from Czestachowa to Krakow; Two Wheel Travel

  A 3 day tour of the Zamki w Małopolska ( Castles of Lesser Poland).   There are 25 castles, castle ruins, knights castles and Guard houses built in the 14th/15th century by King Kazimierz to protect his Kingdom from the Bohemian Kingdom to the south.   We hit 5 of the more well known castles/ruins. We started on Friday ... Read More »

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