Archive for Cycling

Mountain Biking at Slick Rock – Moab, Utah
January 11th, 2017Adventures, Cycling, Destinations, Mountains, USNatalia 0 Comments

I am not a good rider. I do all of my riding in the somewhat flat trails of Southern Ontario, but anything outside my comfort zone leads me to literal tears. That is what happened at Moab. With it’s rocky, barren Star Trek like terrain, Slick Rock is the epitome of “outside the comfort zone”. […]

Cycling Across Europe

It’s an understatement to say that I’ve been absent from my blog lately. I’m too embarrassed to even look when I wrote my last blog post. A lot of things have happened since the blog has been updated. I left China, breathed fresh air in Canada, cycled from London to Rome, started a new job […]

New Cycling Adventure

It’s been a “fun” few weeks. A few not-so-fun cycling adventures in China made us decide that our initial plans to cycle Shanghai to Hanoi were dusted. To reward ourselves for living in China for 9 months we decided to ride our bikes in a place where food is fucking delicious, where one can camp […]

Cycling Tours in Spain

Guest post by Maria Kruk, an author for Spain.net Favorable climate of Spain allows not to give up on cycling even in winter; moreover, summer heat is more of an obstacle for those, who adores going on long-distanced cycling or trekking tours. And cycling is quite popular in and across Spain, including island archipelagos in […]

Mountain biking in Toronto – Don Valley Video

  I spent the better part of the past 12 years riding on my mountain bike in the Don Valley. I was  unhappy with the Don Valley mountain biking videos I’ve seen on YouTube so I set out to make my own. The Don Valley trails are built by other riding aficionados and more recently […]

Commuting on Two Wheels – Toronto vs Busan

Summer is upon us yet again and with its return I am reminded of last summer and the fun I had exploring various countries by motorbike, bicycle and by foot. Although I wish I could perpetually travel I also have other things I want to do which keep me working. Ultimate Frisbee and mountain biking in the Don […]

Preparing for a Bicycle Tour

  Whether you’re going 50 kilometers or 5,000, there are some things you just need to bring with you. It’s impossible to plan for every possible mechanical and weather related events you might encounter but considering the following will go a long way.     Daily Commutes: I rarely leave my house without the following […]

Top 3 Recommended Detours – Cycling Across Korea

While not the most exciting read, this is meant for those who are planning to use the cross-Korea cycling route on the 4-rivers trail from Seoul to Busan. On the whole, the trail is entertaining and great to do with friends since you’re not stuck to busy roads nor do you need superior navigation skills. […]

From Seoul, Through Tunnels – Cycling Across Korea

Today was the official first day of our cycling across Korea tour. It was a hot one, it went above 35 degrees today. I think that has become the pattern of our cycling stories.   I realized today that Seoul is a much better city for cycling than Busan. There are bike paths here, and […]

Getting Started – Cycling Across Korea

I love Korea. I cannot get enough of it. I think it is probably the greatest country in the world (Jon doesn’t agree) . So when Jonathan and I got a chance to cycle across Korea I was excited. Really excited. I also knew it was only about 700km from Seoul to Busan so that seemed […]

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