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Eating in Europe: Helpful Tips

June 30, 2015

It should come as no surprise that Europe offers some of the best variety and quality food in the world. Organically grown produce and locally sourced ingredients isn’t a new trend in Europe, it’s the way it has always been. Don’t miss out on your chance to indulge in a smorgasbord of delectable eats. Read More


Square of Miracles Pisa, Italy

Photo Friday: Italy

June 26, 2015

This week's Photo Friday features some of our favorite pictures from Italy. Italy's many geographical regions provide varied terrain, unique landscapes, mouth-watering cuisine, and historical landmarks, all waiting to be discovered by bike! So lets jump right in.The Lake Garda region of Italy is simply breath-taking. 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


How to Survive a Long Flight

June 16, 2015

You just booked a wonderful bike and boat trip in Europe, let’s just say Mantova to Venice (It’s one of our favorites). Read More


Photo Friday: The Crespi Group

June 12, 2015

This week's Photo Friday post features some wonderful pictures from our friends in The Crespi Group. Pam Crespi and Kimela Hancock recently returned from a bike and barge tour in France and share some of their experience below. Enjoy!Kim, Mike, Cheryl, Pam, Rebecca, Suzanne and Chuck from San Diego and Sacramento, California, Kure Beach, North Carolina, and Alexandria and Arlington, Virginia wearing our Trip Site Jerseys at the Pont du Gard. Starting our day. Read More


Photo Friday: Bill Sowle

June 4, 2015

Bill, our adventurer stands overlooking the Moselle in Beilstein, Germany high on the parapets of Burg Metternich.William (Bill) is retired and currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. He enjoys skiing, bicycling, kayaking, and traveling in his motor home. He loves history and photography. He recently spent a month in Germany and France bicycling along the Mosel from Saarburg to Koblenz with a large group from the Phoenix Ski Club, continuing on to visit the World War I battlefields and forts of Verdun. Read More


Photo Friday: Joel Robison

May 29, 2015

We recently had the opportunity to connect with Joel Robison, a photographer based out of Cranbrook, British Columbia. Joel was recently hired by Coca-Cola to participate as the lead photographer in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour, capturing happiness in 90 countries over a 9 month period. In addition to traveling and taking incredable photos, Joel enjoys riding his bike and his love for biking frequently shows up in his work. 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


Photo Friday: Hennie and Jan

May 15, 2015

This week's Photo Friday features photos taken by Tripsite's own Hennie and her husband Jan from their latest trip to Holland on our 5 Day Tulip Tour!Looking out over the waters at the windmills near Zaanse Schans, an outdoor museum and shopping center. Zaanse Schans Tulips are in full bloom everywhere you look! A beautiful traditional Dutch windmill. Jan posing for a picture with a friendly highland cow in Kennemer Dunes National Park. The shopping center at Zaanse Schans. Waiting for a Read More


Clown art seen while on bike tour in Switzerland.

Photo Friday: Maureen Lin

May 8, 2015 • 2 Comments

For some people "the love of biking" may not be the main reason they choose to go on a bike tour. Some people find enjoyment in exploring foreign lands and cultures, searching for the most delectable ethnic food, or crossing one more thing off their bucket list. Read More


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