Bicycle, Tirana, Albania, May 2006

Bicycle, Tirana, Albania, May 2006

Bicycle, Tirana, Albania, May 2006

Bicycle, Syracuse, Sicily, April 2006

Bicycle, Catania, Sicily, April 2006



Ken Kifer's pages. Sheldon Brown's Harris Cyclery pages. links site. Bicycling Life. Travel to the Horizon bike touring resources.

Old Bicycles

Rusty Spokes vintage bicycles. English Three-Speeds: appreciation and care. The Canberra Bicycle Museum. Vintage Dutch bicycles. Dursley Pederson bicycles.

Passions and Crusades

Ice Bikes. The International Bicycle Fund. A collection of articles by John Forester about bicycle safety and transportation engineering. Rails to Trails.


Travelogue Link Collections

Travelogue links at,, and Crazy Guy on a Bike. Yahoo's cycling travelogues page. Ken Kifer's link collection. A huge collection at Travel to the Horizon. Cycling Britain tip-to-tip: 135 travelogues. Trento Bike Pages: travel reports for Europe. Karl Brodowsky's collection of travelogue links. Hosted travelogues at Randy and Jody's links to their own and others' travelogues. Out There Living travelogues.

Especially Ambitious

Eric and Joan's bicycle and canoe trip around the world. Paul van Roekel and Anja de Graaf cycle discontinuously around the world. Frederick Felman and Andrew Broan go around the world. Mike Vermeulen's tours in Europe, North America, Oceania, and Asia. Andreas von Heßberg and Waltraud Schulze on mountain bikes all over the place. Jim Damico wanders the world on and off bicycles. Dave Wagenheim is en route from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Tim and Cindie Travis on a seven-year bike trip around the world. Johannes Erich Myors criscrosses the United States on his Pedal Prayers Cycling Ministry. Steve Roberts's computerized recumbent bike adventures at Nomadic Research Labs. Thomas Schleicher, "on tour since '86," presently "stuck" in Botswana. Caryl and Brian's world tour (1995-present).

Nevertheless Ambitious

Mark Boyd cycling in North America and Europe.Thomas Driemeyer describes European and North American tours. Mr. Pumpy on biking in Cambodia. Chuck Thorpe: twenty-some tours in The United States. Nancy Fehr rides in Alaska. Roger Kramer: fifteen North American tours. Christine and Madi cross the USA. Brian DeSousa rides in the USA and Australia. David Dermott: Canada and Scandinavia. Eric Mathurin in Canada and Uganda. Atlantic Canada Cycling -- information more than travelogues. Ken Kifer's life of North American touring.

Adam's North American tours. Grant's Canadian cycling adventure. Judy Colwell (Scotland, Ireland, USA). Dave and Babak cross the USA. Chuck Anderson's trips in The United States and Europe. Bob Kastigar's U.S. tours. Blaine's cross-Canada tour. Dirk Homeier's Journey with Jesus around the United States. Allan Nelson's Italian trips. Beth and Jalysa's aborted cross-U.S.A trip. Jen Kelly and Roger Cortesi from Boston to Washington, DC. Todd Blackwell's tours in the United States. Jørn Dahl-Stamnes tours in Scandinavia. Glenn Elert crosses the United States on a recumbent bicycle. Jim Forman's cycling stories. Tracey Maund and Colin Champion tour, especially in South America. Minko's European and North American tours. Myra Simon's myriad rides.

Greg Spurgin riding in Asia and Oceania. Robert Ashworth in North America. Kristal and Larry join a huge group cycling around the world over a year. Marc Grant's Novembery ride through Illinois. Clarence, Rhielle, and Spencer Whetten ride the Emigrant Trail from Chimney Rock to Salt Lake City. Ed and Steve cross the United States on recumbents. Frank and Jonathan's European tours. Lawrence Flint crosses the U.S., and so does Travis Yoes.

Clarence Wiley's ride from the Oklahoma City Memorial to The Pentagon right after 9/11. Helen and Will tour in Europe. Andy's ride from London to Singapore. Brian Lepore canoes and cycles from Madison, Wisconsin to El Paso, Texas. Crispin Bennett rides in Britain and elsewhere. Tom and Jess cycle in Europe. A handful of travelogues by a handful of friends who sometimes cycle together, especially in Canada and Australia. Tom Hermansson Snickars's journey from Sweden to Southeast Asia. Danielle Warby's Worldly Wanderings. China travelogues by Danielle Reed, Rainer Mautz, and Peter Snow Cao at Bike China Adventures. Jon Sinclair cycles the Appalachians. Bob Neubauer bikes the East Coast.

Stuart Lundy riding in Nepal. David Johnsen crosses the southern United States. Tomer Gurantz tours in Japan. Chris Hartley and Charles Dunham write separately on a trip they took together from Oregon to Montana (Chris continued to Wisconsin). Gerry's rides, mostly in Western Europe. Norman Ford in Europe and the Americas. Jill and Geoff ride from Utah to New York. Andre Gagnon crosses Canada. Fools on a Mission: a retired couple's weblog about bike trips in the United States beginning in April 2002. A shy account of cycling in Iceland. Wade Anderson rides from Florida to Alaska. Bunni Zimberoff and Carolyn Walker ride from California to Florida. Erhard Kraus in Patagonia.

Chris X. Edwards's travels in Europe and North America. A group ride on the Continental Divide, as reported by Erin Garvin in The Roanoke Times. Mike and Carol Bedard's many tours of France. North American rides by Ed Noonan, Tom Swenson, and Vilmar Tavares.


Touring mailing list. The Bicycling Community Page for Dane County, Wisconsin (lots of nonlocal links, too). Bicycle Fish Australiocentric links.