25 thoughts on “How to Prepare for a Long Distance Bicycle Tour”

  1. Thanks for the tips! Although my bicycle tour did already start, they were
    pretty helpful! Guess where you can watch my tour :)

  2. I’d love to do this. But I’m really funny about where I sleep.
    I’ve biked over 40 miles in one trip before. Wasn’t as hard as I thought,
    but I was taking my time not straining myself. This sounds pretty cool. 

  3. That looks like SO much fun, and a lot of work, but I guess it’s worth it.
    The longest I’ve gone in a day is 20 miles (and not like I bike every day)
    but it’s a start!

  4. Did you mention bicycle trailers? They can be pretty handy at relieving you
    from having to distribute a heavy load on your bike, something you don’t
    want to contend with over long distances. Then there is recumbent bikes and
    trikes which are fantastic for long trips. 

  5. I rode from just south of Providence, Rhode Island up to North Woodstock in
    the White Mountains anndd then back home! 400 miles in 6 days. My longest
    ride in a day was 98. I added the link to my video which was an
    afterthought which explains the mediocre footage! More to come! Cycle
    touring is addictive!

  6. You guys are great, I am getting back into it after a 12 year break. I have
    a long road ahead but will do my first tour in October.

  7. man, if she was my GF, I would put her in a glas cabinet and just look at
    her all day…
    no offense.. you guys are charming =)

  8. Geeze, maybe I missed the part where it said to be sure and stop for a beer
    every once in awhile!

  9. Bicycle travel is cheap and interesting but when traveling on for long time
    you need best, multifunctional and lightweight equipment as possible.

  10. Hey Guys, Tx for uploading your touring experience. Me and my best friend
    is in this moment planning our summer trip from CPH – Paris :)

Comments are closed.