Blog Posts - Cycling



England on the brink of Ashes win

Ben Stokes ripped through the Australian batting line-up taking five wickets with England on the brink of regaining the Ashes.  The home side declared on 391-9 after Joe Root was dismissed for 130 before Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad added a quick fire...
by Tibs News on Aug 7, 2015

Don’t Tell Mom

When I’m scolded by a young woman in her twenties for being reckless, I know it’s been a real adventure. I had been road biking to a small town about ten miles from my house and back to build strength in my leg after knee surgery. After several b...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Aug 5, 2015

Cycling Girona – A Video Tour of the Catalan Countryside

Cycling Girona is a must when visiting the Spanish region of Catalunya. It is one of the premier destinations for cycling in Europe.  The city of Girona is home to many professional cyclists who frequent the area each season to train in the near...
by theplanetd on Aug 2, 2015

August 2015 Theme : Bicycle

Mexico City's Sunday cyclingBy Ken Ellingwood, Los Angeles TimesMEXICO CITY ‑ On wheels, we charge: a vast and exultant army of cycling, skating, spinning, scooting, sweating warriors in the thrill of conquest.We rule this city ‑ at least for a f...

Best Travel Blogs: The Travel Tester Favourites July 2015

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked best travel blogs in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune... You just finished reading Best Travel Blogs: The Travel...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 30, 2015

DIY Boracay Adventure

I know prices here at Boracay is a bit expensive. But if you're up to some DIY like me this post will help you trim down your expenses. I assume you already booked for your Boracay trip and already has hotel to stay in. And now you are looking for ti...
by Jabberyjays In My Little Haven on Jul 27, 2015

5 Lessons To Achieve Your Goals

At the conclusion of another grand tour on the international cycling calendar, the Tour de France provides an endless source of inspiration and life lessons from three weeks of endurance and intense competition by elite cyclists.  As I approache...
by EphesiansFour12 on Jul 27, 2015

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by Hiking Backpack on Jul 25, 2015

Get On Ya Bike!

The other day when driving home we spotted two old (I mean old) Raleigh bikes that someone had dumped outside their house. Obviously as we need more bike ahem, we asked if we could take them. Nick was over the moon as I have my old Raleigh called Ger...
by The Tales of Annie Bean on Jul 21, 2015

Heather goes e-mountain-biking in Wilder Kaiser, Austria – video

During my previous hikes in the Alps I got to know those pesky mountain-bikers only too well. On the Tour de Mont Blanc I’d seen them whizz by, spraying gravel and mud or weaving between the pine trees in a flash of luminous lycra. Give me...
by Heather on her travels on Jul 19, 2015

Lance Armstrong rides a Tour de France stage for charity amid fury from riders

Lance Armstrong has sparked fury among Tour De France riders for stealing the limelight with his return to French roads in a charity event during the gruelling final stages of the tour.  Armstrong’s arrival in Muret, south-west France, was met...
by Tibs News on Jul 17, 2015

Cycling at Punggol Waterway

Punggol Waterway is Singapore's longest man-made waterway at 4.2 km long. It is also known as "My Waterway@Punggol". It features a landscaped promenade, five footbridges, viewing decks, cycling and jogging paths, exercise and water-play areas, lush...
by Vivi's Random Ramblings on Jul 17, 2015

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by Hiking Backpack on Jul 16, 2015

Cycling Adventure to Chek Jawa Wetlands

Chek Jawa Wetlands is situated in the far south-east of Pulau Ubin, it is one of Singapore’s richest ecosystems. The 100-hectare wetlands was discovered when the area was included in the government's plan for a reclamation project, but because of t...
by Vivi's Random Ramblings on Jul 8, 2015

Pulau Ubin - Singapore's Cycling Heaven

 Scenic right? You are actually looking at an abandoned quarry in Pulau Ubin. Pulau Ubin literally means "Granite Island". Pulau is a Malay word for "island" and Ubin is a Javanese term for "squared stone". The granite stones on the isla...
by Vivi's Random Ramblings on Jul 3, 2015

Travel Blogs to Read: The Travel Tester Favourites June 2015

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked travel blogs to read in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world.... You just finished reading Travel Blogs to Read: The Travel...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 3, 2015

Watch Tour de France 2015 Live Streaming Cycling on HD TV

watch Tour de France 2015 Live just follow our streaming link. You can watch this match up from home with your family if you don’t have enough time to visit the stadium,Just turn on your pc/laptop/PC Mac and Iphone Ipad then watch the game from...
by online soft pro on Jul 1, 2015

Ask a Mechanic: Tuning a Campy rear derailleur

All right. Well, take care yourself. I guess that’s what you’re best, presence old master? A tremor in the Force. The last time felt it was in the presence of my old master. I have traced the Rebel spies to her European languages are memb...
by ICC Cricket World Cup on Jun 30, 2015

Cycling down the Devon Coast

Just before I left Exeter for Milan, I had a glorious free day. It was right after exams had finished and was the only day I had left down in Devon that was free from meetings or work.All year, I had been talking about going down to Topsham or Exmout...
by La Lingua on Jun 28, 2015

Primrose Hill Market, ‘Hippy’ Camden Town, Boris Bikes and the Canals of London, England

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel “In Camden Town, I’ll meet you down by the Underground” – Suggs I want to get back to writing more stuff like this. We all know the “Top 5 this” and “To...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 26, 2015


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