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Poll: What's your dream biking holiday destination?

There's no better time to plan your dream biking trip than a grey spring day. So money no object, which continent would you most like to see from the saddle? Would you prefer to stay closer to home and discover Europe, or discover completely different cultures in India and Asia? Don't forget to comment below. The best could be feature in...

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doctortongue

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doctortongue says:

i'd like to go through holland, into germany to a couple of the places i lived in when i was at school, down through italy and then on to libya, to see if i could find where i lived in tripoli when i was between 8-10 yrs old.

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philipdavies

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philipdavies says:

Ive been accross to Europe a number of times, mostly down to Switzerland and Austria.

The roads are fantastic, well worth it.

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joeslow

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joeslow says:

Catchems end fish bar

On the B4190 Kidderminster Road, top quality fish & chips, then on to Bewdley for a spot of fishing and after that a pint or two at the woodcolliers arms before using their B&B rooms there.

You don't have to go abroad to have a dream destination lad.

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Bruso

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Bruso says:

After all european countries, the Sahara desert, California roads, and more ... My highlights was the all alps tour from Menton (Monaco)France up to switwerland, italie, germany, austria, slovenia and Hungary ... What a tour !!! My next dream will be the Carpates in Romania with the famous Transfagarashan (90 kms Pass road) a dream ... Marocan, Algeria, and Tunisia desert is also nice, but hard for the body. In 2 years it will be the nice Californian road from SF to San Diego thru the desert, Las Vegas, and more... Yes Biking is just the dream ...

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sarahm919

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sarahm919 says:

SATNAVSTEVE. 

I used to live in Bavaria, and have toured Europe on bikes many times.  LOVE IT and even now still find things I've missed.  You're right the roads are fantastic, bikers over there are always friendly, they all wave and the scenery well you have to go see it to believe it.

 

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TopCat77

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TopCat77 says:

Greece

Absolutely recommend touring the Peloponnese and Central Greece by bike... AMAZING experience. In every way !!!

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