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Spring Checklist – Getting Bike Ready For Hitting The Roads

Spring is nearly here, and it’s the perfect time to get your bike ready for a bike ride. Bike maintenance is an essential part of keeping it rolling this spring. So now that the weather is improving, and the longer days beckon you to venture out on your bike, but like many people, your bike...
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How To Keep Kids Busy When Hiking

Disclaimer: This is a collaboration. Every parent wants to make sure their child is active and engaged, but with the hectic pace of modern life, it can be easy to let busyness slide. However, getting kids involved in hiking can be a task if they love their technology. If you are hiking with kids, here...
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Non Cyclists Can Enjoy A Cycling Holiday Too

So you may be thinking how can a non cyclist enjoy a cycling holiday if they don’t cycle? Well, if you find the correct cycling holiday then this will mean a non-cyclist can have a great holiday too without the need to cycle. If you want to try a cycling holiday but have 1 or...
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Most Beautiful walking and hiking locations in the UK

The Most Beautiful Walking and Hiking Locations in the UK

From the architectural wonder that is Hadrian’s Wall and the Cumbria Way, it goes without saying that the UK hosts a stunning landscape that is ready and waiting for you to get out there and explore! Read this blog for a round-up of the most stunning British hikes, anything from challenging multi-day routes to scenic...
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The Benefits of Cycling for Children and Families

If you have always been a keen cyclist before you had kids, but now have your very own brood in tow it’s important to remember that having very young children is no barrier to cycling, and in fact this can be one of the ideal times to get out there and cycle! Children from the...
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Essentials you Need for a Long Bike Ride Journey

If you’re set on travelling by bike, there’s no getting around it – you’re going to have to bring stuff, especially if it’s a cycling holiday that you are off on. The main truth for this stuff: less is certainly more. Many cyclists end up shipping excess stuff home a week or two into their...
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Five Reasons to Visit Slovenia on Your Next Walking Holiday

Nestled in the heart of Europe and neighboured by Italy, Croatia, Austria and Hungary, it’s fair to say that Slovenia doesn’t receive the attention it should. As word spreads about the undeniable beauty of Lake Bled, it is true that more and more people have visited Slovenia’s Upper Carniolan region in recent years, however, there...
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The Netherlands: A Country Built for Cycling

What comes to mind when you think of the Netherlands? Maybe it’s their vibrant tulip fields or their immense love of cheese. For bike-mad people like ourselves, the Kingdom of the Netherlands is synonymous with near-perfect cycling opportunities. With around 25% of the country’s landmass being either at or below sea level, this slice of...
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Top Equipment Needed For a Walking Holiday

If you’re planning a walking holiday for the first time, then it’s important that you have the right equipment that will keep you safe and prepared for your trek. Many walking trips will take you across beautiful mountains and rural paths, a major change from walking around your local park so having equipment is a...
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