Searching for bicycle touring inspiration? The Web is full of bicycle touring blogs featuring tales of adventure and envy-inducing photos. In need of practical advice on how to plan a bicycle tour? That’s harder to find. British cyclist John Benson
Tara Alan and Tyler Kellen of Going Slowly are two of the most inspiring cyclists currently on tour. The couple writes about life on the road and its daily ups and downs with sensitivity, humor and insight. Not only is
Bikepacking, in case you’re unfamiliar with the term, is backpacking with a bike. Bikepacking.net focuses on ultralight off-road touring, away from cars. While this site covers mostly shorter tours within the US, it’s still an excellent resource for route planning,
While Out Riding is a photo-story blog charting Cass Gilbert’s bike journey south from Prudoe Bay, Alaska to Central America. His writing is highly appreciated within the bicycle touring community, witness the numerous emails I have received recommending While out
The Path Less Pedaled is all about making connections and inspiring others to go bicycle touring. Launched in 2009, the site chronicles the open-ended journey of Laura Crawford and Russ Roca as they explore of what it means to live
Bicycle Touring Pro is a professional, well-run site, filled with easy to browse information and advice on all aspects of bicycle touring. The site’s strong point is its detailed articles on how to plan, prepare for and execute a bicycle
Travellingtwo.com has become one of the most popular Bicycle Touring websites on the Internet. It’s not hard to figure out why.
Friedel Grant, the creative force behind Travellingtwo.com, has designed her site to appeal to all types of cyclists.