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Cycling Czech Republic: No sleep til Česky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is the best town along the Prague Vienna Greenways for bicycle tourist to visit; Two Wheel Travel

Cycling Czech Republic and the 12% grade The past 3 1/2 days have seen us climbing one hill after another nonstop for about 280km. From Prague to Karlstejn to Tabor to Česke Budjevice and now to Česky Krumlov. Climb, descend, climb, descend and climb some more… None of the epic alpine climbs of France or Italy, but rather like the ... Read More »

Destination Dubrovnik – Summer bike touring 2012

bike touring; two wheel travel; dubrovnik; prague; summer bike tour; 2012

Is it August already? So, we have been meaning to post about this for the past two weeks. It seems one thing has been standing in our way:  Writing, editting and designing our new e-book ” i bike WAWA Part 1 – Cycling in and around Warsaw.” Now that the book is done we are free to begin doing other ... 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 »

Slow

Slow bike; Bicycle sign in Israel; Cycle touring; adventure travel

Like rolling a boulder uphill. That has been our progress for 2 days along the Dead Sea and climbing up into the Southern Negev desert. In addition to climbing up from the lowest place on Earth (600m below Sea level), a fierce headwind has steadily impeded our progress at each pedal stroke. We have covered only about 70km per day ... Read More »

Too tired

Too tired from biking all day; cycle touring; adventure travel; israel

Too tired to post more than a link to our last two days Cycling the Dead Sea. More later, must sleep. 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 »

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