a simple but delicious lunch in Lisbourne

Tripsite Traveler: Bordeaux

February 5, 2016

For those of you that do not know me…I’m Hennie van den Hengel, one of the founders of Tripsite, born and raised in Holland (the Netherlands) and I’m sure that’s where my love for biking came from. Biking is a part of life in Holland and I could bike from the time I was wee little and have biked ever since (quite a few years by now). I went to Bordeaux because this year we offer a new boat and bike tour in the region. Read More


Epic downhill with Lake Garda in the distance

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


Haarlem

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


Tripsite Traveler: Basel to Mainz

November 23, 2015

I have been a member of the Tripsite team since 2012. I have researched and written tours for our website and have helped many of you with your cycling adventures. Now it was my turn and I was about to embark on my first ever Tripsite tour, a brand new bike and boat trip from Basel to Mainz.I convinced my sister to come along as well and so, our adventure began... The Rhine flowing through Basel, Switzerland, the start of our journey! Our floating hotel for the week was the lovely Andante. Read More


Monthly Photo Contest: October

November 13, 2015

For those of you who do not already know, we here at Tripsite absolutely love hearing from you, our clients. 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


Travel Tips: Extra Nights | Where to Crash

October 20, 2015

Congratulations! You’ve booked your cycling adventure! And thanks to good planning (or maybe a good deal on flights), you also have a few nights before and after to enjoy a new city and culture. Read More


Photo Friday: Larry and Melanie Hinzman

October 16, 2015 • 2 Comments

We at Tripsite absolutely love hearing from our clients, whether it be a simple 'thank you' email or a Dropbox full of photos from a client's trip. It brings us great joy to help our clients find and organize the perfect biking adventure!We recently had the chance to connect with our friends, Larry and Melanie Hinzman. Read More


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