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Autumn along the 4Rivers bike path in South Korea. Photo: Jorga Creighton, Jambi Jambi
Wednesday, 11/11/15 - 0 comment(s)

There’s a bike path running the length of South Korea and hardly anyone knows about it. Cycling from Busan to Seoul along a route that traces two rivers was 600 of the easiest, most relaxing kilometres we’ve ever ridden. The bike path network is called the 4Rivers and is part of a massive infrastructure project the government finished in 2011, which cost around US$17 billion. Most of that money went to building dams, but an incredible amount must also have been spent on the bike path and its facilities: there are toilets... + continue reading


Mount Bogong, Australia's second highest mountain, as seen from Tawonga Gap. Cycle Traveller
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Thursday, 19/11/15 - 0 comment(s)
We host many international cycle tourists from the network and wanted to come up with an itinerary to showcase our state, taking in as many rail trails and quiet country... + continue reading

Trip Blog

Cycling is just a way of life in Cesenatico.
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Tuesday, 18/08/15 - 0 comment(s)
I'm keener than ever to ride today. The day off the bike has worked wonders and although I'm still lacking sleep, the buffet breakfast on the terrace at The Grand Hotel Cesenatico is fuelling me... + continue reading


Perfect for those who like to slice it up, fixie pizza cutters. Cycle Traveller
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Tuesday, 24/11/15 - 0 comment(s)
Choosing gifts for cyclists can be tricky – many of us are painstakingly picky and seem to have everything anyway. Even so, we're obsessed with bikes and bike-related gifts are an obvious choice. So... + continue reading

What's On

Cyclists hit the streets in the first Ride the Night in Melbourne in 2015. Source: Ride the Night. Cycle Traveller
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Thursday, 05/11/15 - 0 comment(s)
Thousands of cyclists across three capital cities will take to the streets in January, lights blazing, to cycle through the night in a social ride that also raises money to break the cycle of disadvantage.... + continue reading


Parramatta's Female Orphan School by Joseph Lycett, 1825 (State Library of Victoria)
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Wednesday, 07/10/15 - 0 comment(s)
This 19km bicycle route takes riders past some of the most significant sites of Australia's early colonial history. Starting at Westmead train station, this is a relatively easy and flat loop route to... + continue reading


The town of Burgeis, Italy, before cycling into Austria over the Alps. Photo: Elizabeth Cage
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Tuesday, 10/11/15 - 0 comment(s)
I arrive in Burgeis – a place where cows live in town. It seems dairy farmers lead their cows to paddocks on the outskirts of town during the day, bring them for milking in town, then shed them... + continue reading