Liz Wilton and Chris Leakey are biking from New Zealand to England, exploring the backroads of China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Russia along the way. While this is an increasingly popular route with lots of blogs covering similar rides, this site
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,
The Cycle Tourer website is chock-full of all sorts of bicycle touring information: destination descriptions, touring gear advice, touring tips, travelogues, FAQs, route information and even cycling book reviews. The site is easy to navigate and the information is presented
Cycle Trails Australia takes some of the guesswork out of biking the land down under. This site answers all your burning questions about biking Australia and it does so in a fun, easy-to-read manner. In fact, browsing Cycling Trails Australia
Join Tour.Tk on their epic 6 year world tour A genuinely informative site, Tour.TK is filled with useful bicycle touring tips, planning guides and a good dose of inspiration. The site is run by Sonya Spry & Aaldrik Mulder a
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.