An extremely bike-friendly city, with wide-bike lanes and an easily navigated layout, there’s no better way to explore than on two wheels. I arrived at the office for my morning Food & Culture Bike Tour of Charlotte a few minutes early, eager to start. My guide Tremaine is a Charlotte native and was keenly interested and involved in the changes that were coming to Charlotte. He was also a history buff, having served as a docent at a local museum; I knew he would be an excellent guide.
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Seeing the world takes time and energy. Being on the move, going here and there to see all the sights can really take it out of you. So instead of spending your evenings propping up your aching feet, think about cruising, rolling, trotting or even floating from place after place. There are some pretty unique […]
When I first arrived in Whitehorse, the capital of Canada’s northern Yukon Territory, I expected to find a rough-edged old mining town that had seen better days. But today’s small city has moved well beyond the cliché of the bearded old prospector squatting over a gold pan and then spending his winnings at the local saloon.
It was my first day in Nyaungshwe, Myanmar, a bustling town that sits on Inle Lake, and already I was in awe. The placid lake and surrounding rolling mountains set the stage for a myriad of fun activities; from hiking and cycling to vineyard visiting and sweets tasting options abound.
Right in Vienna’s backyard is one of Europe’s most charming valleys. Less than an hour train ride from Austria’s capital city, travelers can abandon their city life for a few days in the country. More often than not, travelers touring through Austria tend to hit the major tourist attractions in Vienna and Salzburg but rarely visit anything in between. While both cities have much to offer in terms of art, culture and music, neither can compete with Wachau Valley’s striking landscape of towering mountains, vibrant green vineyards and medieval architecture.
HURRY! Book by May 9th, 2013 to save 50% on the recommended retail price for select bike and Segway tours in Berlin. This exclusive offer applies to all scheduled departure times and dates through November 30th, 2013. Please note that this offer is available for new transactions only and cannot be applied to any existing booking.
One of the best ways to see the canyon is to cycle, which is why I’m wearing a helmet and straddling a bike for the first time in, ooh, more years than I care to remember and readying myself for The Earthquake Canyon Bike Express.
HURRY! Book by March 26th, 2013 to save 50% on the recommended retail price if you buy either the Paris City Segway Tour or the Versailles by Bike Day Tour. This exclusive offer applies to all scheduled departure times and dates through December 31st, 2013. Please note that this offer is available for new transactions only and cannot be applied to any existing booking.
Madrid is a city I’ve always traveled by foot. With a phenomenal metro system and relatively few bikers taking to the streets, I suppose I never thought a leisurely two-wheeled approach to be an option. But today, I learned differently.