A challenging trip taking in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro
Colin O’Brien, author of a new book about the Giro d’Italia, celebrates the Tuscan region’s enduring legacy of cycling heroes and simple-but-superb food, as well as its working class roots
Denmark’s capital has reached a milestone in its journey to become a cycling city – there are now more bikes than cars on the streets. Can other cities follow?
Tuscany’s exquisite fare is a superb support system for tackling the challenging Chianti stage of the Giro d’Italia
Cycle cafes, like cycling itself, are booming. They’re a great place to meet other riders, get advice and repairs – while you tuck into great coffee and food http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/mar/12/top-10-cycling-cafes-uk