Photo Friday: Maureen Lin

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May 8, 2015

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. We all have unique aspirations and travel for different reasons.

For Maureen Lin, cycling presented a way for her to explore the most majestic and mountainous terrain the world has to offer! This weeks Photo Friday highlights her adventures through stunning photography!

Maureen is a multimedia/user experience designer currently residing in New York City. She enjoys riding her Cannondale Supersix, strolling museums and galleries, and getting into books while commuting by subway. She has been on a couple Tripsite bike tours including the Alpine Panoramic Trail (Switzerland) and Famous Villages of Provence (France). Thanks to these wonderful cycling trips she is now addicted to cycling in beautiful mountains. She is looking forward to visiting more mountains in Colorado this year and possibly Italy next.

Lake Klöntalersee, Switzerland.
Switzerland has crystal clear water everywhere. We're amazed by the beautiful lake Klöntalersee. Well worth the climb.

Klausen Pass, Switzerland.
First real thing! Klausen Pass

Bike path Lake Lucerne, Switzerland.
We love this dedicated bike path around lake Lucerne

Clown art seen while on bike tour in Switzerland.
There's always something nice to surprise you on the way

Château de Gruyères
Just in time to visit Château de Gruyères - we rode the cobblestones up!

Sunset Lake Geneva, Switzerland
Enjoyed the end of our day at lake Geneva

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  • Debbi 3 years ago

    I just got back from one of the best vacations I have ever had....I biked and sailed the islands of Croatia on board the Odesij. Simply great. We biked about 200 miles over six days...and sailed from island to island. Our host Bernard was great and the other guests on board made the trip fantastic!! WONDERFUL!!!

  • Barbara 3 years ago

    I'm feeling a strong wander bicycle, travelust after seeing these pictures. Thank you

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