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The complete guide to cycling in Vietnam

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0 Vietnam ‘s landscape is sublime: The Red River Delta is in the north, the Mekong Delta is placed in the south, and there are brilliant green rice paddies in between the two. Long, sandy beaches grace the coastline, while inland there are these soaring mountains and lust forests. It is a country of traditional […]

A brief history of cycling in India

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0 It’s been more than a decade since we started Art of Bicycle Trips. From our first bike trip to now covering many countries across Asia, it has been a grateful journey. Nostalgically, India got its first cycle in the 19thcentury. According to historian David Arnold around 35,000 bicycles were imported by India in 1910. […]

The best cycling experiences in Rajasthan

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+1 “The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are.” ~~Samuel Johnson   Bike tour in Rajasthan, the desert state of India, is an experience one must try. The state holds a unique identity. The royal and chivalrous history of […]

The best cycling rides through tea gardens in Asia

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0 Tea is a great starter for conversations. Tea gardens are cultivated in many countries. Well-manicured they hold pretty site and reminds one of armchair travels. Loopy curves with a smooth tarmac offer great scenic views during the rides. Add to it considerate weather required to grow tea. All these reasons add up to cycling […]

The cycling destinations in Asia we love

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0 It’s been a while since we have shared a blog Post. So we decided to reinitiate the blog with a post that combines our passion of cycling, travel and expertise of doing cycling tours in Asia past many years. Whether it is cycling past villages across South East Asia, or trying the local cuisine […]

My Kerala Cycling Tour

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0 I held a snapshot of Kerala in the month of November last year. It started in Munnar where the air was suspended with chill, and I spent my day walking around the town and hiking up the tea hills. My friend Pankaj and his tour guests, BJ and David arrived that evening, cycling their […]