Articles Tagged ‘bike’

New 8-inch Folding Commuter Bike (That You Could Easily Bring on Your Next Trip)

New 8-inch Folding Commuter Bike (That You Could Easily Bring on Your Next Trip) September 15, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
This is possibly the coolest thing we’ve ever seen. Yanko Design has come up with a commuter bike that can fold up to 8 inches wide. That means it could easily fit on the subway even during rush hours, or you can sneak it on a plane in your backpack (well, maybe). Plus, you don’t have to...

Mother and Daughter Team Up to Ride Bikes across America for the Environment

Mother and Daughter Team Up to Ride Bikes across America for the Environment July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
For a lot of people and organizations, “going green” is nothing more than a badge to brandish for popularity or publicity. There are those, however, who already live a sustainable lifestyle without particularly aiming to do so. They ride their bikes; they don’t buy what they don’t...

Velo-Vacation: Pedal Away This Holiday

Velo-Vacation: Pedal Away This Holiday July 1, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
As an avid cyclist, I’ve always dreamed of randonneuring: enjoying the countryside with nothing but my bike, a bit of luggage, and the occasional stop in the shade. I’m of course trapped in bill-and-retail hell, so getting away is a bit difficult for me, but anyone who’s done any long-distance...

Travel Like a Local: Polygamy Porter, SF by Bike, Sundowners in Cape Town

Travel Like a Local: Polygamy Porter, SF by Bike, Sundowners in Cape Town May 21, 2010 | Local Insight | Read More
As the World Cup approaches, we’re starting to see the true fan sides of some of our Local Experts, as seen in some of the quotes in this post. For the most part, our Local Experts are enjoying the late spring weather, and seem to be getting pretty excited about getting outside and making sure...

Friday Siteseeing: Corpse Flowers, Not-So-Private Restrooms, Endangered Travel Traditions

Friday Siteseeing: Corpse Flowers, Not-So-Private Restrooms, Endangered Travel Traditions April 2, 2010 | Around the Web | Read More
I am proud to report no one here at NileGuide HQ was seriously duped by April Fool’s Day hijinks, though I have to admit I very nearly fell for Thrillist’s MeetingRoulette email (it’s an amazing idea! How has it not been invested in yet?). Otherwise, the world continued to turn, and...