On a cross country highway that averages 17 curves per kilometer, bicycles are the perfect mode to explore Chelela Pass and Bhutan’s almost infinite hill trails.
It’s a seven-day mountain bike race with a vertical gain of 50,000 meters through the Himalayas. It’s the Hero MTB Himalaya mountain bike challenge.
Duncan Forgan takes his bike around Taiwan – all the way around Taiwan. This heaven for cyclists is a hard climb but well worth the effort.
The Shimanami Kaido takes cyclists over modern engineering marvels, through bucolic scenes of rural life in Japan, and to gateways of Japanese history.
Trees, wildlife, raised cycling paths, fighting fish – just a few miles from the bustling BTS, Bangkok has a hidden jungle in Bang Kachao.
Jungles, food, temples, and a car-free island – Bangkok might not be the most bike-friendly city in the world, but visitors on two wheels have a wealth of options.
Nothing says Beijing like bikes. By jumping on Beijing’s bike-share bandwagon, you can pedal your way through some of the city’s most remarkable sights.
Intrepid families searching for an adventure of verdant hills and the inimitable color of Indonesia will find a surprisingly meditative space in Bali, a place where the family can focus on the road ahead.
Singapore has been adding dedicated cycling lanes throughout the city, routes that range from kid-friendly jaunts to extreme riding in the quarries of Burkit Timah.