PROFESSIONAL/ Cycling Growing in Popularity

A number of bike festivals and competitions are on offer in the coming months. Explore the great mass ride in Philippines, watch the Grand Départ in North Yorkshire and follow the European cycle route running through 40 countries.



Top Five Destinations to Ride Your Bicycle

Justin N. Froyd

For cycling enthusiasts, multiple worldwide locations offer the ultimate cycling experience. Australia's Island of Tasmania Visitors to Tasmania, and even residents, fondly call the island Tassie. The island features everything cyclists love, including smooth roads, free camping, and incredible scenery. By traveling south of Melbourne, visitors will eventually see this lone stretch of land. Amazing views and interesting wildlife are spread throughout the area day and night. Travelers can find ...

North Yorkshire to Benefit Greatly from Tour de France Grand Depart

Gregory Dolgos

The 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart is imminent and New Yorkshire cannot wait. After a determined campaign by “Welcome to Yorkshire” to have the Tour de France come to Yorkshire, the Tour is now set to begin in North Yorkshire. It is indeed a fantastic chance for the residents of the region to turn up and watch the third biggest sporting event worldwide. The mega cyclist competition that brings together 200 of the globe’s finest cyclists will have the first two stages in Yorkshire. Stage 1 o...

The BGC Cycle Philippines – Enjoy 3 Days of Cycling

Richard Moor

The Bonifacio Global City Cycle Philippines is a mass ride on closed or partially closed roads. It is actually not a race but a get-together of cyclists from all walks of life and is part of the infamous Cycle Asia Tour. The event will be held on 21, 22 and 23 of November 2014 in Singapore. It will cater to cyclists of all age groups, skill level and abilities. The categories include: Tricycle ride category: This will involve kids between 2- 3 years old who will participate in the 100 meters...

EuroVelo – International Cycle Route throughout Europe

Denise Chen

EuroVelo is a European cycle route network and is a project managed by the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF). EuroVelo also works with various national and regional partners in the European Union to meet its objectives. The idea of creating an international cycle route was born in 1995. At the time, there were no organizations concerned with the creation and monitoring of an international cycle route. However, ECF with the help of De Frie Fugle (Denmark) and Sustrans (UK) begun working on t...