The world’s ultimate cycling experience
Cycling isn’t just a nice was to pass a Sunday, it is the sense of adventure and exploration that comes with it. Bikes give you access to trails and areas that cars can’t reach. If you love beautiful, breath-taking views, you’ll love cycling. A regular contributor to National Geographic for more than 25 years, cyclist Roff Smith has documented everything from his solo 10,000-mile bicycle odyssey through the Australian bush to cycling every continent, including Antarctica.
Now, ‘100 Bike Rides of a Lifetime’ brings to life the greatest cycling routes for everyone from expert riders to laid-back weekend pedal pushers. Curated by the experts at National Geographic, the book features bucket list-worthy recommendations spanning six continents. You’ll find the perfect route to match your interests and skill level, plus essential information, including when to ride, what to plan for, not-to-be-missed side trips and more.
Discover relaxing jaunts along Missouri’s Katy Train, take on the challenge of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, trek from the mountains to the sea along New Zealand’s iconic Alps 2 Ocean Cycle train and much more! With so many tails to explore, there’s no time like the present to grab your helmet and get pedaling.
Ari spoke to author of ‘100 Bike Rides Of A Lifetime’ Roff Smith.
Photo by Max Bender on Unsplash
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