Bicycle Tours



1. Bicycle tours can be an awesome way to see the countryside and experience the culture of smaller places normal tourists cannot see.

True
You can see anything from breathtaking countryside to city life all over the U.S., Canada and Europe from a bike. While riding on a bus, your scope is limited and walking can be rather time-consuming. Bicycle tours France allow you to see more of France up-close in the same amount of time. They are typically conducted in the summer months and can be fully researched and booked online.


2. Bicycle tours are done in groups.

True
You will almost always see the sights from your bike in a group. There is great potential for bonding with this group of bicyclists. Groups can be for just particular ages such as teenagers, but others are offered for people of all ages. If you are traveling with a large group, you may be able to book a tour that for your group alone.


3. A bicycle tour requires that you be physically fit.

True
Sight-seeing on a bike does not demand that you be a fitness buff. However, it does demand that you be fit enough to endure traveling long distances on a bicycle for several days. They can be anywhere from 30 minutes long to a full day of biking and combine walking and riding. Most tours will pause for meals and water breaks, depending on how long they are.


4. Bike tours are unsafe.

False
Bike tours companies anywhere ensure that your tour is safe for people of all ages. A good company will offer bikes which have been inspected and kept up with no broken or worn parts. These companies have guides that ride with you, and a headcount is kept to make sure no one gets lost. Most companies will also have centers and/or vans they can contact at any time in case of an emergency.


5. A bicycle tour can be a great way to enjoy life.

True
Ecclesiastes 2:24 - There is nothing better for a man, than that he should eat and drink, and that he should make his soul enjoy good in his labour. This also I saw, that it was from the hand of God.


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