We all like discovering new places on the Internet that we love to visit time and time again.
You will find some that are related to Cycle Touring. Some are related to adventure. And some are here just because we like them!
Cyclingtouring.org is not affiliated with any of these sites. They are simply here because we like what they are doing.
If you know a site that we would love, please get in contact.
I love this site!
The Bicycle Junkies are Elmar and Ellen Van Drunen. Self confessed bicycle touring fanatics, which is evident from the amount of trips they have been on!
The photography is simply amazing and really brings together the site, and there is great bicycle touring content that will keep you coming back.
Popular worldwide hospitality exchange website. People who are willing to host people sign up and provide their contact information, and may occasionally have someone stay with them. This is a great service for anyone to use. It helps keep costs down and more importantly you meet up with local people and experience the area they live in. It is something different to the usual hotels and camping.
Jeff's Bike Blog
The Next Challenge
If you have never stumbled across Tomsbiketrip before, it is a great website with an extensive selection of articles about cycle touring and related topics. Tom has cycled 1000's of miles through a silly amount of countries and has kindly shared his experiences in many well thought out articles. With award winning films, cool pictures, and books, Tom's website is interesting, well laid out and inspiring. Even if you are an experienced cycle tourist, there is still plenty to learn from Tom.
Many touring cyclists have heard of and some have used the service of Warmshowers. For those who don't know, Warmshowers is a free worldwide hospitality exchange for touring cyclists. People who are willing to host touring cyclists sign up and provide their contact information, and may occasionally have someone stay with them. This is a great service for touring cyclists who want to keep costs down and more importantly meet up with local people and experience the area they are visiting. In return you allow touring cyclists to stay with you when visiting where you live.