Photo by Kristian Pletten
The Tour d’Afrique bicycle race and expedition is now just over a quarter of the way into its journey. For the past week the racers have been slogging up, and sailing down, the Ethiopian Highlands.
After 26 stages and 3097 km, the 2011…Continue
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The team at Tour d'Afrique have dreamed up some pretty cool bike tours over the past 9 years - but this year, along with their 'epic' trans-continental tours, they're also going to be doing a few 'spotlight' tours.
'Spotlight' tours, which focus on a particular section of a country and are much shorter than the epic tours, are being planned for Namibia and Turkey.
Spotlight on Namibia
A cycle tour through the surreal splendour of Namibia…Continue
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By all accounts, the riders on the Indian Adventure Bicycle Tour from Agra to Kunyakumari are having an incredible time. Tour Leader, Shanny Hill, shared a bit of what the riders have been experiencing over the past few days.
"The route has far exceeded expectations. The logistics and planning to make it work have filled my days over the last several months and it’s very rewarding to see the smiling faces of riders coming into the hotels after another successful day on the…Continue
Riders pose in front of the world's most beautiful building for the start of the inaugural Indian Adventure Bicycle Expedition. Photo courtesy of Shibaji Sahu.
After a year of dreaming, planning and scouting, the team from Tour d'Afrique…Continue
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Tour d'Afrique riders celebrate arriving at the Equator in Kenya.
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Jan. 18 – They’ve come face to face with the great pyramids and pedaled their way to the Red Sea.
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