The west side of Col du Tourmalet viewed from the top -- the highest paved road in the French Pyrénées at 2115m (6939'). Source: Steven Hill, steephill.tv.

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Trento Bike Pages

The Trento Bike Pages collect bicycle tour reports, mainly for road bikes, but also mountainbikes, as well as general bicycle touring and travel information, and bicycle club and organization listings. If you plan a bicycle tour, you'll find plenty of tour reports of people who have been there before. The Trento Bike pages got started in 1995 by Andreas Caranti, and have grown from a mailing list for the Italian Trento area to cover all of Europe, and now also Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Australia. The Trento Bike Pages got a new maintainer in 2005. They are kept alive by people submitting tour reports, so please tell us about your own tours! Spread the word.

The Trento Bike Pages contain 2046 reports, organized:

By country:   Lists most countries of the world, each linking to pages with tours and information in and about that country. Tours that go through multiple countries appear on all corresponding country pages. Tours are sorted by submission date, newest first.
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Manchester to London
by Piaw Na, tour started July 2017, submitted 11 August 2017

My 5 year old son and I rode from Manchester Airport to London via Hindhead. We rode for 10 days, 350 miles, and did 13,000 feet of climb. We visited Ironbridge, the Costwolds, and Oxford along the way.

See all 12 reports by Piaw Na

Climbing up from the River Severn
Da Spoleto a l'Aquila - seconda parte
by Marco Parrini, tour started June 2016, submitted 1 August 2017
language: it

Continue the journey in the heart of Italy by bicycle in the company of the cycling instructor Marco Parrini. He was fortunate enough to visit places and countries that a few months later were hit by a large-scale seismic event.

Continua il viaggio nel cuore dell'Italia in bicicletta in compagnia del cicloviaggiatore Marco Parrini. Egli ha avuto la fortuna di visitare i luoghi e i paesi che alcuni mesi dopo furono colpiti da un evento sismico di grande portata.

See all 5 reports by Marco Parrini

Da Spoleto a l'Aquila - prima parte
by Marco Parrini, tour started June 2016, submitted 1 August 2017
language: it

Un viaggio nel cuore dell'Italia. Marco Parrini visita i luoghi e i paesi che alcuni mesi dopo furono colpiti da un evento sismico di grande portata.

A trip to the heart of Italy. Marco Parrini visits places and countries that a few months later were hit by a large-scale seismic event.

See all 5 reports by Marco Parrini

Mur Radweg Tour
by Iris Mueck, tour started July 2017, submitted 6 July 2017

There is no time to stall. we fade away too young, so much left ondone... Reason of the tour: I am still working on my white spots of my bicycling career... ;-)

Whenever you check the Internet you may read: "this tour is easy, as always flat, roads are paved all the way through, for familes, etc." Well, the tour comprises at least hundred poisoned stiffer rises (in German language "giftige Anstiege"). Most of them just 500 yards long, but... energy consuming.

we started a Tamsweg. Flat. Just before Murau the first gravel roads on forest roads (but compacted gravel, that's the good thing). And here we had our first stiffer rises... And they never ended. Just before Graz the last one...

See all 99 reports by Iris Mueck

Tour de Mur
Road bike tour along the "Alpe Adria Bike trail" - VFG-1
by Iris Mueck, tour started June 2017, submitted 18 June 2017

There is no time to stall. We fade away to soon, so much left undone...

see webpage for more information: https://www.alpe-adria-radweg.com/en/

Enjoy my blog and the pictures. Good luck to our followers!

See all 99 reports by Iris Mueck

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Las Vegas, Hoover dam, Grand Canyon, Death valley & More
by Iris Mueck, tour started April 2017, submitted 9 June 2017

Time to work on white biking spots. No time for stall...,

We fade away too young, so much left undone...

enjoy the pictures and the report. Good luck to our followers

See all 99 reports by Iris Mueck

Welcome at Pontebba
Lesachtal, Passo Paluzza, Passo Pramollo & More
by Iris Mueck, tour started May 2017, submitted 9 June 2017

Time to work on white biking spots. No time for stall...,

We fade away too young, so much left undone...

enjoy the pictures and the report. Good luck to our followers

See all 99 reports by Iris Mueck

Welcome at Pontebba
Bogota to Quito
by Igor Kovse, tour started December 2016, submitted 10 March 2017

The need to travel ended definitely 300 years ago. At that time Gulliver in his four epic trips found everything that was still unexplored on Earth.: the islands of Liliput and Blefasku with dwarf inhabitants involved in endless wars over hard-boiled eggs, the kingdom of giants Brobdingneg, the chaotic country Balnibarbi with its lofty rulers on the floating island of Laputa and finally, the land of horses Huihnhnm's with their primitive human-like servants Yahoo's. If there is a truth in the saying that the real journey is the one from which you return changed, then the last Gulliver's journey was a hit in the black center. Literally in black, because after his return from a year's stay at honorable Huihnhnms he became pessimistic, he could not accept the coexistence with his English compatriots in which he saw only a poor cosmetic lifting of barbaric Yahoos. If you too suffer from Gulliver's syndrome, maybe from some journey or maybe you caught it at home while observing the world around you, then I have a therapy that will definitely improve your situation: go to South America.

See all 16 reports by Igor Kovse

Puglia, dalla Valle d'Itria al mare
by Stefania Pastore, tour started 2014, submitted 10 March 2017
language: it

140 km in bicicletta con una delle associazioni più giovani e attive nel cicloturismo in Puglia.

140 km cycling with one of the youngest and most active associations in cycling in Puglia. Enjoy a good trip.

Spalato, Mostar e Sarajevo (II^ parte)
by Marco Zoffoli, tour started July 2016, submitted 22 February 2017
language: it

Continua il racconto-esperienza nei Balcani, con arrivo a Sarajevo e ritorno al mare con relax finale al mare.

Continues the story-experience in the Balkans, arriving in Sarajevo and return to the sea with a final relaxation on the beach.

See all 2 reports by Marco Zoffoli

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