You’d be surprised at how traveling at a slower pace can transform a road trip.
» What it does: It’s a tip and inspiration blog for bicyclists looking for quick or affordable do-it-yourself cycling getaways in the U.S. and Britain.
» What’s hot: Real people sharing real cycling stories — with photos, favorite local bike shops, tips and more. It can be used as a primer for cyclists training for a cross-country adventure or as a resource for veteran cyclists looking for scenic rides they haven’t tried. Personal stories that include lunch stops, campgrounds or B&Bs are invaluable to cycling travelers. View a number of the travelogues before submitting your own so you can get a feel for how many pictures and tips make for the best articles.
» What’s not: It’d be great if they tagged the travelogues for beginning, intermediate or advanced cyclists. But for now it’s fine to search by location and read the personal stories.
Jay Leo, Los Angeles Times