Congratulations to Kendra Gowdy for Most Intriguing picture from 2013. I had to create a category for this one – it invites the viewer to ask “what is this about…where is this?”
We have to hand the award for best LifeCycle Adventures Brand Shot to the Becky M group who took a bike tour to Napa and Sonoma with us in 2013. Read more
Congratulations to all of our guests that joined us to celebrate weddings and anniversaries in 2013. We look forward to more wedding bells and honeymoons paired with our cycling vacations in 2014! Read more
Congratulations to John S of Scotland who captured a photo that invites the eye to take a little more time to absorb the shape, colors, angle, and inspires the viewer to ask “where IS that?”
With their long summer days, pastoral scenery and well-earned reputation for friendliness, the San Juan Islands are one of the best destinations in the US for beginner and intermediate cycling vacations. Below are just some of the reasons why.
When we asked for feedback on our new cycling jersey, we got very different feedback from men and women. So we created two jerseys. Is it obvious which is which? Read more
As a bike tour operator, I’m often asked at what age parents can take their kids on a bike trip with them. The answer depends mostly on the kids and somewhat on the parents. For me – as a keen cyclist and father of two bike-crazy boys – the answer was, “As soon as they could support their heads.” Read more
We have many families with teenagers come on our bike tours each year. As a keen cyclist and father of two boys, I can certainly see the appeal. Activity vacations are a great way to keep teenagers interested in traveling with their parents – even as they become bored with more traditional vacations. For me, it’s a great opportunity to help foster independence while being there to share in the experience.
I’ve collated some simple DOs and DON’Ts to consider if your planning a trip with kids. Read more