BikeHike Adventures, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Lumos Cycling Helmet Review

    Trish Sare (Owner of BikeHike Adventures) is always on the lookout for new gear that helps make the active lifestyle even more practical. So, here’s a short little video review we recently filmed at the office for you to tell you about an exciting new product Trish has discovered, the Lumos Kickstarter cycling helmet. This […]

BikeHike Adventures, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Winter indoor cycling fun: We love our cycling classes!

    We all love riding our bikes on sunny days or while we are away on an active vacation somewhere sunny. But what are we to do to get our cycling fix during the winter months? The idea of sitting on a stationary bike can be a bit boring, right? And sweating alone in a room on a stationary […]

BikeHike Adventures, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • A Foodie Guide to Peru

    Reflecting Peru’s mixed history and its fusion of cultures, Peru’s cuisine is equally eclectic. Peruvian cuisine’s influences include local ingredients as well as recipes from Europe, Asia and West Africa. Some would say that Peru sets the standard for world class fusion cuisine.      So, let us offer you this guide to Peruvian cuisine. It […]

BikeHike Adventures, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • 5 Ways to Experience Dubrovnik Like a Local

    What better way to get to know a destination than as a local? Next time you’re in Dubrovnik, here are a few ways you can get off the tourist trail to authentically meet more of the locals. 1. Enjoy the Local Outdoor Markets Gundulic Square has a thriving morning market filled with fruits, vegetables, flowers, […]

  • Cuban Cuisine, A Beginner’s Guide

    While Cuba’s restaurant scene is improving, no trip to Cuba is a gourmet tour. Formerly, all restaurants were owned and run by the state. However, slowly, private restaurants are beginning to emerge. It is definitely worth trying some excellent home-style cooking at one of the country’s few family-run restaurants, called paladares. In Havana, some of […]

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