AAA is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when planning an active vacation, but they do much more than just help with cars. A membership with AAA Continue Reading
Are you preparing for a full-on cycling vacation? Just want to get in better shape so you can be active while you travel? Whatever your goal, the “Training Wheels” fitness plan is designed to help get you in shape to ride.
A flat tire can bring an epic ride to a screeching halt. Knowing how to change a flat tire can salvage your ride and keep you rolling. Luckily, fixing a Continue Reading
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.
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!
Visit Connecticut’s capital city on a bike! On this tour, you’ll encounter delightful green spaces, see some spectacular architecture, take a glimpse into the state’s past, and enjoy some of the finest coffee and craft beers that Connecticut has to offer. Enjoy the ride!
Harrisburg is the capital of Pennsylvania. This destination features a combination of history, outdoor scenery, and cultural and recreational activities – not to mention a wonderful network of bike paths!
From the defining the past to shaping the future, Boston has always played an integral part in American history. This tour will take you to some of Boston’s most iconic and significant landmarks, museums, green spaces, and architectural marvels. Enjoy the ride!
The nation’s capital is a fantastic city for biking! See the city in a new way with a bike ride to some of DC’s most iconic landmarks and dynamic neighborhoods.
Just like you use your blinkers and brake lights in a car, it is important to always use basic hand signals on your bike to keep you and other riders safe and help avoid an accident. All you need are 3 basic hand signals to bike more safely.