test cyclists 3 destinations


  • ROtestINA

    http://farawayistan.com

    Tajikistan

    True bike touring and bike packing paradise. Stunning views around every corner with mountain passes high above 4,000 meters / 13,000 feet, the most beautiful camp spots and friendly, hospitable locals handing you fruits, veggies and chai.

    Nepal

    Probably one of the most challenging places to ride a bicycle. Avoid the busy main roads and enjoy the delicious Nepali/Indian food, Buddist and Hindu temples, smiles and ’Namaste’s’ from locals and off course the breathtaking scenery on the Himalayan mountains.

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    ROBIN & SABINA

    http://farawayistan.com

    Georgia

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered, developed and welcoming in others. Amazing nature from the Black Sea to the Caucasian mountains. The Georgian wine and cuisine are incredibly tasteful.

    Tajikistan

    True bike touring and bike packing paradise. Stunning views around every corner with mountain passes high above 4,000 meters / 13,000 feet, the most beautiful camp spots and friendly, hospitable locals handing you fruits, veggies and chai.

    Nepal

    Probably one of the most challenging places to ride a bicycle. Avoid the busy main roads and enjoy the delicious Nepali/Indian food, Buddist and Hindu temples, smiles and ’Namaste’s’ from locals and off course the breathtaking scenery on the Himalayan mountains.

  • Cycled Sweden to Tajikistan and Sweden to Thailand

    Georgia

    Every bit as spectacular as riding through the national park, but without the bureaucracy. Stunning mountain views, raw wilderness, and amazing wildlife.

    Tajikistan

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered, developed and welcoming in others. Amazing nature from the Black Sea to the Caucasian mountains. The Georgian wine and cuisine are incredibly tasteful.

    Mexico

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered, developed and welcoming in others. Amazing nature from the Black Sea to the Caucasian mountains. The Georgian wine and cuisine are incredibly tasteful.

    JOHN

    Cycled from Sweden

    Sweden

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world.

    Italy

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered,

    Denmark

    Every bit as spectacular as riding through the national park, but without the bureaucracy.

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    Johan & Lisa

    Farawayistan.com
    Georgia The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered, developed and welcoming in others. Amazing nature from the Black Sea to the Caucasian mountains. The Georgian wine and cuisine are incredibly tasteful.   Tajikistan True bike touring and bike packing paradise. Stunning views around every corner with mountain passes high above 4,000 meters / 13,000 feet, the most beautiful camp spots and friendly, hospitable locals handing you fruits, veggies and chai.   Nepal Probably one of the most challenging places to ride a bicycle. Avoid the busy main roads and enjoy the delicious Nepali/Indian food, Buddist and Hindu temples, smiles and ’Namaste’s’ from locals and off course the breathtaking scenery on the Himalayan mountains.
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    ROtest2A

    http://farawayistan.com

    Georgia

    The mix of post Soviet and European atmosphere makes Georgia a unique place in the world. Raw and relatively undiscovered, developed and welcoming in others. Amazing nature from the Black Sea to the Caucasian mountains. The Georgian wine and cuisine are incredibly tasteful.

    Tajikistan

    True bike touring and bike packing paradise. Stunning views around every corner with mountain passes high above 4,000 meters / 13,000 feet, the most beautiful camp spots and friendly, hospitable locals handing you fruits, veggies and chai.

    Nepal

    Probably one of the most challenging places to ride a bicycle. Avoid the busy main roads and enjoy the delicious Nepali/Indian food, Buddist and Hindu temples, smiles and ’Namaste’s’ from locals and off course the breathtaking scenery on the Himalayan mountains.