Cycling Through the Trees of Limburg, Belgium’s Bike Route

1,200+ miles of well-paved bike path in Limburg, Belgium grant cyclists access to “an open-air museum, an arboretum, a nature reserve,” and more. Once riders pass through Bokrijk’s “Cycling Through Water” installation (a 650+ foot path stretching out through a pond), they’re greeted by a 19th-century castle. Further down, the route takes to the air: the aptly named “Cycling Through the Trees” leg, a recent …

Gift Guide: Bikes and Accessories

Everything you need to hit the road, trail or track

Not only an eco-friendly way to commute, biking is a global community that encompasses dreamers, enthusiasts and professionals. As such, there’s an endless supply of gear to go along with it all—base layers, sunglasses, helmets, locks, bags and more. Whether your preferred route lies along your city’s primary thoroughfare or well beyond its limits, within the confines of a track or in proximity to your …

Innovative Design Shines in the Tour de France

Currently in stage 16, this year’s Tour de France is a brilliant display of endurance, skill and innovative design. Aero and climbing bikes are crucial for standard and uphill stages, whereas time trial bikes are used to shave off seconds and on downhill legs. For a race that is often decided by no more than 1/100 of a second during each stage, and less than …