On this page you will find an archive of the LifeCycle Adventures newsletters sent in 2004. These are the first two issues we ever published and are now considered collectors’ items by Dan’s mum.
There are many flavors of bike tour vacations but for the purposes of our “analysis” we looked at six of the most common:
We commonly get asked the question do you think we would enjoy a bike tour vacation? First let me sate a bias: we own a bike tour company. That said, I’ll try and offer some objective advice.
On this page you will find an archive of all the LifeCycle Adventures newsletters sent in 2007. Read more
Last December, Adnan & Stacey did a little “research” trip to our operating region in Hawaii. Here’s the story, in photos:
We loved our Hawaii Bike Tour!
Each year, the Bicycle Transportation Alliance works hard to make Oregon’s roads safer for cyclists. LifeCycle Adventures supports them in their efforts by auctioning one of our California Bike Tours or Hawaii Bike Tours at their annual fund-raising gala, the Alice Awards. It’s a great auction item to support a great cause and help us bring you the best cycling experience we can.
Safer roads make life better for all of us, so if you’re inclined, sign up for their newsletter and Get to Know the BTA!
For adventurous couples who don’t like to do the obvious, what about celebrating the first week of marriage on a bike tour? Art of weddings recently covered this phenomena and over the years we’ve had several guests join us on tour during their honeymoon. Read more
I recently returned from a wonderfully active and restorative two-week cycling vacation in Hawaii. It was one of the best vacations of my life. Two weeks felt luxurious and, although I could easily have stayed longer, I will rest in gratitude for the experience. Read more
On this page you will find an archive of all the Lifecycle Adventures newsletters sent in 2009. Read more
Cycling in and around Pt Reyes Station and Pt Reyes National Seashore is quite the nature lover’s dream. The climate, terrain and ambiance feels like a completely different world from the traditional wine country of Napa and Sonoma. Read more