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With many different types of bike tours available in all cities and places across the world, it’s no wonder it’s becoming an essential holiday activity. Travelling is all about seeing something new, discovering a different culture and exploring the unknown. And there is no better way to see the city or its surroundings than on a bike. Not only is it good for you and the city but it allows you to see so much more in just a few hours and of course who doesn’t love riding a bike somewhere new?
Bike box packing giving you a headache? When all you want to do is think of the flight you recently booked going somewhere warm and lovely in Europe? We've got the tips you need. Welcome to Part One of the series where we discuss all things bike packing. Read on for advice on how to get your cycle travel-ready.
La Nit de Sant Joan is by far one of the most anticipated nights in the calendar in Catalunya.
Maybe you've recently landed in Barcelona with a bike bag full of goodies. Or perhaps you're staying here a while and finally you got your hands on a new shiny bicycle. Either way, you've got your foot on the pedal and you're looking around rather excited. You notice...a bike path painted...red?, a small traffic light flashing...a green bike shape?, a cyclists whistling away riding on...the pavement?! Are there any rules around here?
Once a month in Barcelona you and anyone you know who owns a bike are free to join the largest gathering of cyclists in the city.