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Bicycles in Belgium. Cycle Traveller. Source: Shutterstock
Wednesday, 25/03/15 - 0 comment(s)

It’s taken years to get here. You’ve trained, planned and packed for the ultimate cycling trip, and you’re raring to go. It may be the cycling tour you’ve been training towards, or perhaps you’re simply two-wheeling your way through a dream destination. With all that planning you’d be forgiven if cycling travel insurance is the furthest thing from your mind. However, without it your trip could skid wildly out of control. Cycling travel insurance will stop a nasty injury blowing your travel budget way off course, but it... + continue reading


Misty morning in Hartz Mountain National Park, Tasmania. Source: Shutterstock
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Tuesday, 17/03/15 - 5 comment(s)
The picturesque farmlands, virgin bush and river valleys that form the Tasmanian Trail have been quietly seducing cyclists for almost 18 years. But a period of disrepair gave the trail a bad name and... + continue reading

Trip Blog

Aboriginal art at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu. Cycle Traveller
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Tuesday, 10/02/15 - 1 comment(s)
It's a long ride through the centre of Australia, and it's also a long way between stops. Just as well that the scenery is spectacular. After cycling from Adelaide to Darwin on the inaugural Red... + continue reading


Clamont touring bicycle with Ortlieb panniers. Cycle Traveller
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Monday, 13/04/15 - 0 comment(s)
There's nothing a cyclist appreciates more than a bicycle built especially for them, measured and delicately forged by a master frame builder. The perfect bike. And with a resurging respect... + continue reading

What's On

Australian Cycling Corps in Egypt. Source: Australian War Memorial. Cycle Traveller
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Tuesday, 07/04/15 - 0 comment(s)
The bikes they rode were heavy, real heavy, and mostly single speed with a fixed hub. Over the hills and through the mud, the ANZACs pedalled, carrying their loaded packs on their backs, and a rifle... + continue reading


Cyclists on the Bay Trail along Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne. Cycle Traveller
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Wednesday, 04/03/15 - 1 comment(s)
Hidden among the sky scrapers, the traffic and the urban sprawl of Melbourne lies an almost forgotten history: the landmarks and places of importance to Australia's First Peoples. As time passes... + continue reading


Adventurer Sarah Outen and her bicycle Hercules, cycling the world. Cycle Traveller
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Wednesday, 18/03/15 - 1 comment(s)
It was expected to take two years – a journey long in itself. But four years on, solo adventurer Sarah Outen is still making her way around the world – completely self propelled. Having cycled 17,700km (11,... + continue reading