Kids love bikes! Whether they are in tow in a trailer, gliding on a balance bike or pushing their own pedals bikes are a childhood favorite that can be enjoyed on vacation.
Erik Gauger is a special kind of travel enthusiast. You can find his journeys around the world documented in engaging prose and stunning images on his travel blog, Notes from the Road, but that’s only part of the story. His vivid curiosity about place and people helps him see the exotic and adventurous all around – whether traveling 1 mile or 1,000 miles from home. Read on to learn about Gauger’s perspectives on sustainable tourism, how you can travel on absolutely any budget, and the single most important skill any voyager should master.
Discover Elvis’ hometown of Tupelo, MS on this self-guided bike tour. From public art to historical landmarks, you’ll get to see the vibrant southern city where Elvis got his start.
Travel news roundup for the week of Sept. 9.
This week Apple announced the latest device in its iPhone family: the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. These devices are basically cameras with a phone attached. Get ready to take some great vacation pics!
Prepare for your next ride with these 7 tips for rain-proofing your bike ride so you can bike happy in all kinds of weather.
Can’t escape? Here are some videos to help you take a mental vacation. Whether you’ve got 30 minutes or 30 seconds to spare, these videos will give you a break and might just inspire your next travel adventure!
Do you have someone with wanderlust on your gift list this year? If so, these gift ideas will make their next trip even better! People who love to travel can Continue Reading
Take an easy 6.5 mile bike ride through Alameda for a day full of local adventure!
On just one bike ride you’ll discover green spaces dating back to Raleigh’s beginnings, take in fine art by artists from around the world, and taste some of the best coffee and fresh, all-natural foods you’ll ever have the pleasure to enjoy. Oh, and don’t forget the capitol building!