Blog Category: Tripsite Traveler

Along the Adige, just outside of Bolzano

Tripsite Traveler: Emily Peh

January 22, 2016

I had wanted to do a bike tour in Europe for ages—for the beautiful scenery, cool weather, and the exhilaration of the miles rolling by under my wheels. But it was quite terrifying for me for a number of reasons. Firstly, I’m a female traveling alone in a foreign country. Second, I had never actually ridden more than 30 km in one day (though I’m pretty fit and can run and stuff). Finally, I’m a little nervous about riding in traffic alone!So I took a number of precautions. Read More


Tripsite Traveler: Fulton Armstrong

December 22, 2015

Southern Tour: Great People, Scenery, Cheese, Beer...and a ZebraDay One: Haarlem shakeout ride Sometimes you have to pinch yourself. Dutch cities like Haarlem are so loaded with history and beauty that they’re almost too perfect. Read More

Tripsite Traveler: Linda Fajen

December 11, 2015 • 3 Comments

Along the Danube - Passau to ViennaLet the Good Times Roll Thank you Tripsite and friends, for a most memorable and enjoyable week on the Danube river. To ride the shores of the iconic Donau, explore the ancient cities, villages, castles and monasteries is to become a part of the surroundings. Bicycling offers ample opportunity to absorb the ambiance and grasp the beauty of this scenic valley. Read More

Michelle and Jedd Chang

Tripsite Traveler: Jedd and Michelle Chang

December 4, 2015

Our Top 5 Discoveries Biking Across Belgium and the NetherlandsThis past summer was the first time my husband and I tried a self-guided bike tour. With plans to be in France for a family wedding, we wanted to take the opportunity to explore more of Europe. We landed on the one-week trip from Bruges to Amsterdam with my parents, Aunt, and Uncle, and we couldn’t be happier with our choice. Here are just five of the many highlights from our trip: 1. Read More

Riding along the cycle path

Tripsite Traveler: Barbara Wahlbrink

November 3, 2015 • 3 Comments

DOLOMITES TO VENICE – A Whale of a Bike and A Charm All Its Own!Day 1 - Bolzano: First Glimpse Ready to begin our first cycling adventure in Europe! Meeting my husband in Milano after his climbing escapades in the French Alps. Read More

cappuccino in Vienna

Elena on the Danube

October 6, 2015 • 1 Comment

Hello fellow adventurers! My name is Elena Bennett, and I am a member of the Tripsite team. I just had the wonderful opportunity to experience the Along the Danube – Four Country Tour and would love to share some photos and memories with you.I went on this journey alone, which I highly recommend to everyone to experience at least once. I have to admit that it’s a bit intimidating, but there is an incredible sense of independence that results from a solo trip. Read More

Mosel Ruins

Kevin Purdy: Mosel River Bike Tour Through Time

August 21, 2015 • 4 Comments

A bike tour along the Mosel River offers an abundance of incredible scenery and some tough decisions. Read More

Anna sporting a big smile after a long climb.

Photo Friday: Anna’s Canada Adventure

August 11, 2015

The enthusiastic group before the 2,000m pass.My name is Anna, a member of the Tripsite team and an enthusiastic explorer. In July, I had an opportunity to bike the Icefields Parkway between Jasper and Canmore, on the Jasper to Banff Bike Tour. The equipment was top-notch, the group was extremely friendly, and the food was amazing, but the highlight of this trip was the unforgettable/breathtaking/absolutely magnificent scenery. Read More

Missoula, Montana

June 22, 2015 • 1 Comment

I have returned home from a glorious sun filled week in Missoula, home to Tripsite Montana. Read More

More Than Travel: Looking back…and forward!

May 20, 2015

On March 26, right before leaving on a two week tour, I posted my first blog entry in More than Travel, and began with this quote:"Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living." - Mary Ritter Beard I traveled in three different countries each vastly different than the other. Read More