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Bicycle Tour FAQs by thomas devos
Since the invention of the bicycle, people have used this environment-friendly vehicle, as a thrifty way to travel and get in touch with the culture of the land. Today most bicycle tours are package offerings, serving very little to benefit the pocket, but give the same experience of exhilaration.
Bicycles tours offer the trill of a lifetime, but unfortunately they are not suitable for all people. Before embarking on a bicycle tour, travelers need to ask themselves certain questions, and make preparations, only after they have satisfied all queries. A first category of FAQ's regarding bicycle tours, concerns health and is by far the most important. Bicycle tours are not grueling sporting events but they do require a certain level of physical fitness. If stamina, endurance and a love of nature, do not feature high on the list of the travelers' qualities, then bicycle tours are certainly not for them. The next set of queries revolve around the investments a travelers is willing to make for the trip. It is true that bicycle tours became popular, because they were light on the pocket, but the equipment and living costs can run high, so it is advisable to draw up a budget.
There are many locations all over the world that have become ideal destinations for cyclists. Once a destination has been decided, travelers need to assert its suitability, with questions based on its land, and climatic features. The best route possible, the sites to see, and the miles to be covered each day, need to be determined. For this, riders can prepare a small list of FAQ's, and ask each member of the traveling group to answer them. The next line of question is directed, at the way the bicycle tour will be completed. The riders have a choice of being completely independent, in which case they will have to carry all essentials, from toiletries to cooking gear. They can also choose to stay at motels and rest houses, and to do so riders will have to list all the lodging options along the route. With all this information in place, riders can plan and execute an adventure of their own.
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