We’ve had the first frost of the year, the Halloween candy has all been eaten and I’m beginning to think about next year’s summer bike tours. One area becoming famous for summer cycling vacations is the San Juan Islands. Read more
A very single-minded cyclist can endure hours on their trainers, dripping sweat on their basement floor while watching reruns of Lost. For others of us, at this time of year, our thoughts drift to the idea of a winter bike tour. Read more
As the leaves pile up here in the streets of Portland, many people are wondering where would be a good place to escape to for a last minute fall bike tour. Read more
Being from England but now living in the US, I’m often asked by British friends where they should ride in the summer in the US. Typically, they are looking for warm, dry conditions with reasonable distances between towns. Read more
With a growing number of companies offering bike tours targeted at single & solo travelers I thought I would ask the question, “who chooses these trips and what alternatives are there for riders who are travelling on their own.” Read more
With the rise in popularity of the corporate event focused around cycling, we thought we would list our top five tips for running a successful bike-related event. Read more
Once again we were out supporting the Portland Wheelmen Touring Club at their annual fundraiser – the Pioneer Century. Read more
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.