Make 2014 a year to remember by taking on an unforgettable trekking or cycling challenge with Discover Adventure. Celebrating its 20th anniversary next year, the specialist tour operator is offering even more new, unique and thrill-seeking itineraries than ever before.
2014 is certain to be the year when our love affair with the bike notches up a gear. With the Tour de France Grand Départ starting in Yorkshire, the public’s renewed enthusiasm for cycling is set to continue.
As bike-share systems continue to debut in cities across the United States, the dynamics of choice between bike-share and traditional bike rentals is more relevant.
Olympic cycling champion, Sir Chris Hoy, will be heading to South Australia next year where he will be swapping the saddle for a special role as a guest of honour during the 2014 Santos Tour Down Under.
Since it debuted in 2010, the Taiwan Cycling Festival has continued to bring together world-renowned cycling teams for a weekend of top-class international racing as they compete for the coveted 'Taiwan Cup.'
As more bike sharing programs are introduced in major cities across the country, some travellers may consider using alternative modes of transportation for sightseeing.
Europe's most popular sports destination resort, La Manga Club, has responded to the growth in UK cycling participation with new packages aimed at offering keen cyclists the chance to get into the saddle on holiday.
Are you up for the challenge? Discover Adventure launches epic new cycling and trekking trips.
The Tour of Britain’s first ever summit finish - on Haytor at the heart of Dartmoor in Devon - takes place this September on Stage 6 (Friday 20th) of the Tour.
If Chris Froome’s superb performance in winning the Tour de France has got you thinking about blowing the cobwebs off your bike, then why not head for the French Pyrenees to take on the very same climbs yourself on a cut price activity holiday?
The first international mountain bike race in the southwest Peloponnese, which is also the only one included in the 2013 international calendar of bike racing by the International Cycling Union (UCI) in Greece, is taking place on 11th to 13th October 2013.
New for autumn/winter 2013/14, cycling and walking holiday specialist, Headwater, has launched two trips in the Algarve’s ‘Wild West’ – a little known, unpopulated region of deserted beaches, lush forests, white villages and tiny fishing communities where life continues as it has for centuries.
As the UK awaits with bated breath to see whether there will be another British cycling hero in the Tour de France, Global Adventure Challenges, the charity challenge organiser, announces that this year - the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France – the number of people signing up to charity bike ride challenges has doubled with a staggering 303% increase in the number of women.
For a leisurely tour of the Stellenbosch Winelands of a different kind, Clos Malverne Wine Estate now saddles up exhilarating eco-biking safaris for enthusiasts to explore, experience and enjoy the splendour of the picturesque Devon Valley off the beaten track.
There was a time when the end of August signalled the end of summer. That is no longer the case. September has emerged as one of the best months of the year to go on holiday, a last summer fling before the leaves start falling and the nights draw in.
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