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Red Hook Crit 2016: Crazy Crashes and Stunning Victories in Brooklyn

The Red Hook Criterium raced its ninth Brooklyn edition last night, and it’s safe to say a lot has changed since the days of director David Trimble’s inaugural race back in 2008. The crowd size, the course design,… Read More

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Grunewald Berlin: Biking The Great Forest Of The German Capital

Not so long ago, when a 100-mile barrier separated West Berlin from the rest of East Germany, the heavily wooded district of Grunewald became a haven for those attempting to escape the claustrophobia of life within the wall…. Read More

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Berlin Insider Bike Tour: Eating and Drinking Like A Berlin Local

Germany might not be ranked highest among Europe’s most culinarily inclined countries, but that doesn’t mean its dining is without its charm. What the country’s food and drink lack in delicacy they make up for in other ways,… Read More

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Berlin By Night: A Bike Tour Through Germany’s Nightlife Capital

If you’re not here for the history, chances are you’ve come to Berlin to experience some of its much-lauded nightlife. It’s alright, your secret’s safe with us. As wildly cliche as this reputation has become, it’s nevertheless accurate…. Read More

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Paris Bike Tours: 11 Mapped Bike Routes To Help You Explore The French Capital

Cycling might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Paris, but maybe it should be. After all, with a resurgence of interest and a continued push by city officials to improve cycling… Read More

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Berlin History: A Bike Tour Through 20th Century Berlin

Tumultuous. It’s a word that, while grossly inadequate, still somehow manages to sum up much of 20th century living in the German capital. From an early epicenter of art, science and cinema, through Nazi party rule and the… Read More

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Outdoor Berlin: Cycling Around Berlin’s Müggelsee Lake

Oddly enough, one of Berlin’s best outdoor destinations also happens to be one of its least visited by the city’s millions of annual tourists. All the more reason to think outside the crowd. Müggelsee Lake is far and… Read More

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Berlin Parks: Cycling 5 of Berlin’s Most Interesting Green Spaces

That Berlin boasts a sizeable amount of public parks should come as a surprise to no one. This is the capital and most populated city in Germany, after all. All that pilsner and currywurst isn’t going to work… Read More

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Berliner Mauerweg: A Berlin Wall Bike Tour

100 miles. It’s both disturbing and impressive, the thought of that much concrete and wire mesh fencing crudely wrought together, carving up the German countryside into indiscriminate delineations of “east” and “west.” For nearly thirty years that was… Read More

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Thames Cycle Path London: Pedaling a 5-Mile Stretch Of A 226-Mile Legend

Ah, the mighty Thames. It might have to settle for second place on the list of the UK’s longest rivers, but its reputation more than makes up for those missing five miles. In fact, the Thames’ rich history… Read More