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Sunday in Ecuador means pig. And not just the porky bits. This comedor specialised in serving the skin, which was being cooked to crispy perfection with a gas torch.
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In do love my bike. I do love the mountains. I do love to be free. No more words needed!


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators.  We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to  our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference.  They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Number 6.  The Shark Valley Tram Loop. Shark Valley is a part of the Florida Everglades.  It is located on Route 41, known as Alligator Alley, 40 miles west of Miami.  From the Visitor Center just south of Route 41, there is a wide paved path from walking, biking or a park tram ride. The path is a loop that goes seven miles south, deep into the everglades before curving in a “U” for the return half of the lap.  It is flat and smooth.  Interestingly, like Grape-Nuts (neither grapes or nuts), the park has neither sharks nor is a valley. However, it is a geological depression that floods during the rainy season and feeds into the Shark River.  Early settlers saw the fins of bull sharks in the river, hence the name.
We have biked the tram loop twice over the years. It is absolutely spectacular. There are tons of alligators along the route.  We came upon a family of about 20 6 month old alligators. We passed by many, just feet off the path. There are turtles and many varieties of birds. The view from the tower at the halfway point affirms that you are deep into the everglades.  If you get to Shark Valley, plan of making tons of stops to take pictures.  It is distinctively different than any other ride you will ever take.
We rate it Number 6 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference. They are all great rides.
#bicycle #bicycleride #cycle #cycling #cyclingphotos #ilovemybike #railstotrails #tandem #tandembike #tandembicycle #bikepath #biketrail #bikelove #bikeriding #cyclinglife #beachrides #riverrides #bikingporn #cyclingphotos #bicycles #Instabicycles #bicycletouring #ridebikebehappy #railtotrail #pedalforever #travelbybike #bikewander #adventurebybike #whybike #bikeadverture


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Dear followers. Help please! We're getting some Red Fox t-shirts made to give to our lovely cyclists. Which of these colour options would you rather wear at a festival?! Highest number across Facebook, Insta and Twitter wins and goes to print!!! Thank you 😁🦊


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7/6/2018 day1029
🇬🇧Who can spot where this dirt led me?
🇮🇹Chi riesce a vedere dove mi ha portato questa strada sterrata?
🇪🇸¿Quién puede ver a dónde me llevó este camino de tierra?
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Pedalar com carros passando a todo tempo ao seu lado é um desafio e acaba por acostuma-se. O prazer de ter uma estrada só para nós em um dos raros momentos é celebrado com registros. Lompoc- San Luis Obispo

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Encountered an unexpected climb to Flims today. I was not aware about it’s length, it’s height and it’s steepness so I had to focus on my cadans only. Managed to get a nice rythm from the start so the extra 500 meters of elevation gain were warm and happily welcomed! Photo was taken just before arriving in Flims. Still going strong!


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En estos días lo que más hacemos es subir la pendiente. Es realizable únicamente trabajando la paciencia y disfrutando del camino. Al ser invierno y estar en las montañas las paradas durante el día son menos y prender un fuego apenas llegamos es indispensable. Franco en esta foto entregando todo para completar el día de pedal.
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Conociendo al hermano bicicleta.
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Mountain Food! The best climbs are those with a restaurant on top. Picked up some rain during the climb up to the Oberallpass so I am glad to get some soup and coffee. Looking forward to the fifty kilometer downhill from here. Legs are good though!


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Wind, rain, clouds, storms a shit road and a 2200m climb...what could be better? 😁 Read about it on el blog


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Back on the bike again after such a struggle yesterday. Only climb I have to do today is the Oberallpass and I am halfway already. After an easy start in heavy traffic I took some time to resupply in the beautiful village of Andermatt. Getting here back soon to to climb up the Furka!


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Non posso dimenticare quella sensazione per aver scalato la mia prima salitina con la bici carica. Da quel momento in poi ho sempre cercato di nutrirmi di quell’istante in cui la gravità muta condizionando la gioia. Cercare di sfuggirle invano salendo per ripidi tornanti e buttarcisi a capofitto quando il piano inclinato si dissolve. Newton non avrebbe mai immaginato che la sua scoperta un giorno avrebbe condizionato la felicità ✌️. #biketouring #bikewander #justbikeit #bikewander #bicicletta #travelgram #travel #traveler #welltraveled #instabike #travelbybike #pedalforever #bikepacking #biketour #greatoutdoor #gooutside #fromwhereiride #cycletouring #ispiredtravel #cicloturismo #thailand #ciclyng


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In Medellin... my mom's popular here!
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With my knee issue, we ended up taking the bus to the city for the last 200km.
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As always, in the cities you have to come up with stuff to do/ visit. We ended up visiting the botanical garden (where cats walk alongside iguanas) and went to the Arvi park by cable car (very fancy!). 2nd and 3rd pic shot from inside the cable car.
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In fact, the city's well organised transportation system (including a metro and cycle paths too), make it a relatively enjoyable city to explore.
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#Colombia #medellin


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One week at Santa Rosa, staying in a €23 double room with breakfast and pool.
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To relax after the two days hiking at altitude, we visited one last hot spring before heading out. This time the San Vicente ones.
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I hope I'm doing a good job making sure my mom has a nice holiday :)
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#relax #hotsprings #colombia


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Last of the days light from last Wednesday’s birthday and solstice ride. The small dot of @mrscalicdan pedaling her way to the flag before we descend the #luge - fun times with friends.
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Sunday funday on mountain bikes. #iamspecialized #pedalforever #wasatchcrest #shred


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TODAY - Did a hilly ride around Castellón for a photo shoot by Michael Dixon aka @onyour.bike who took me to explore two new sierras: Calderona and Espada. We crossed both ridges twice, in temperatures between 35 and 40 degrees!! (Celsius)
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Voie Verte cycle route leaving Macon and heading toward Cluny. #voieverte #burgundy #france #cycletouring #pedalforever


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What a contrast, yesterday we were in busy London rushing about, today we’re cycling in tranquil Ryedale.


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From Munich to Brenner - photos and words from our first taste of the Alps. From Mittenwald, through Innsbruck and up and over the Brenner Pass. Read it now at asirodeout.com.

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Best sign ever--when wedged between a cliff and the ocean, mind the waves dragging you out to sea...
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Making my way across north gaspe peninsula, quebec. Kicking my butt in a good way. Starting to go feral.
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Kind of sums up the next 3 weeks. Some bikepacking and exploration of some new routes in New England, reread a favorite book, visit some breweries, a whole pile of photography and not to mention the 7000 miles in the truck! #eastboundanddown for the 2018 Penhale #summercamp -
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Petite photo de famille dans ce doux paysage 😎


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Number 7: Golden Gate Bridge.  Our favorite portion of The San Francisco Bay Trail is the ride from Fisherman’s Wharf to the Golden Gate Bridge. On the north end of the bridge the ride continues to Sausalito. From Sausalito, the Golden Gate ferry is a ride across the mouth of the bay back to the San Francisco Ferry Building and Fisherman’s Wharf.  The development of The San Francisco Bay Trail began in 1986 with a vision of providing a paved path around the entire bay.  As of 2018, 354 miles of trail have been completed. When finished, the Bay Trail will extend over 500 miles to link the shoreline of nine counties, passing through 47 cities and crossing seven toll bridges.  Biking the Golden Gate Bridge is a wonderful way to get up-close and personal with one of the world's most iconic landmarks. We found it uniquely enjoyable.  We rate the Golden Gate Bridge portion of The San Francisco Bay Trail Number 7 of the nearly 200 paths we have enjoyed in 33 U.S States and 4 countries. (OUR GOAL IS TO RIDE ALL 50 STATES)

I began posting our favorite rides on June 6, beginning with number 25 and counting down to our most favorite ride on June 30.
Of course these are extremely subjective. 2 months from now we may radically change the order of preference. They are all great rides.
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Yakın zamanda 700binkm YouTube kanalı ve 700binkm.com ‘da tur yazı ve videolarla birlikte ürün incelemeleri üzerine çalışmalarımız devam edecek😍#yoldakalın👌 #cycling #cycle #travel #roundtheworld #cycletouring #spendlifetraveling #bicycletouring #advanturecycling #tripbicycle #worldbybike #pedaljourneys #warmshowers #bikewander #pedalforever #biketrip #beautifulworld #wonderfulnature #coupletravelers
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