Cycling, Miami style, with this long south Florida cycling route from Katya Swan. A ride of 145 km to get your legs working, this is a great cycling route for friends, with a coffee stop along the way.
If you live in and around Parkland and you’re looking for a great training ride or an evening cycle route, then this cycle route from Nadezhda is ideal.
Cycling in South Florida is awesome, and this cycling route from Boca Raton to Miami is superb. It takes you along the East Coast Greenway, with outstanding coastal views. And, you might bump into Nadezhda along the way 🙂
Join Nadezhda on this ride to the sunny scenes at Palm Beach. Another great coastal route from editor Nadezhda Pavlova, for cyclists in South Florida.
South Florida sunshine, the Everglades, beaches nearby and a route from Nadezhda Pavlova – what could be better 😉
Another superb Florida bike ride from our inspiring editor and triathlon coach, Nadezhda. This one is a short ride out to the Cape Florida lighhouse. 🙂
South Florida is a great place for cycling and triathlon training. Here’s our first Florida cycling route from Nadezhda, with a 100 mile ride along the Florida coast
The longest road climb in the world is in the majestic hills of Colombia. Quite appropriate really, when you consider that this is where the best climbers come from. Let’s take a look at this amazing route and maybe inspire you to take it on.
I’m thinking of special places to go cycling. I want to share somewhere with you, to inspire you by telling you the emotions that I feel in special places on two wheels. When I think of writing about the Chicamocha Canyon, the most heartbreakingly beautiful images, my most charming site imaginable come to my mind; I could ride it every day on my two wheels, noting the greatness of the world, of my Colombia, of my Santander.
“If the mountain won’t come to me, then I go to the mountain.”
Valle Nevado, an epic climb in the city of Santiago, Chile
Valle Nevado (loosely translates to “snowy valley”) is a sky center situated in the middle of the Andes Mountains, 67 kms from downtown Santiago, Chile, it has an altitude of 3,000 masl and it is one of the epic climbs to do when the winter in the south hemisphere is over, mainly between the months of October and April. The route has total 45 kms length and it is not easy, in cycling terms it would be a Hors catégorie (beyond categorization) with gradients up to 17.5%.