Do you ever feel like today’s conversation is dominated by code phrases? Who knew, at the beginning of 2020, that terms like ‘Social Distancing’ and ‘Flattening the Curve’ would be commonplace in our daily lexicon? In 2019, I would have thought that meant biking a safe distance away from everyone else to avoid a crash, or somehow making biking up that huge hill not as hard to tackle!
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Do I have to be a strong rider?
No! Since 2000, we have designed fully-supported cycling vacations that cater to all types of riders. Whether you average 8 miles per hour or 20, we have a route for you! Strategically placed van stops can leap frog riders over hills or provide a comforting ride if you're out of steam. From our flat terrain tours to our hilly and mountainous tours, we have the terrain for a perfect vacation for YOU.
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The Brand Name You May Not Know
When discussing bicycles, the name LaPierre may have escaped you. The French bicycle manufacturer was founded in 1946 and family operated until the mid-90’s. Since then, the company has expanded its line to include a wide selection of bicycles, including commuter bikes, road bikes, and mountain bikes.
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As you look forward to your upcoming bicycle tour, start planning the packing process early so that you know if you need to shop for anything in advance. Our checklist for bike tours includes some common sense items, but maybe a few you haven't thought of:
Bike clothing and gear
Do you really want to wash your bike shorts everyday? Pack as many cycling shirts and shorts as there are cycling days in the tour. Do the laundry when you get home!
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