Our blog is about sharing the most interesting tidbits about biking in great locations, as well as the latest and greatest from the bike tour industry.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Bike Tour Buzz, an independent resource that provides reviews, recommendations and other resources on cycling vacations, has launched a new blog. The Bike Tour Buzz blog for the latest updates across the bike tour industries, including updates on the newest, most exciting tours, ideas for exciting rides, and training tips. The Bike Tour Buzz Blog is updated frequently, so come back often.
"Our blog is about sharing the most interesting tidbits about biking in great locations, as well as the latest and greatest from the bike tour industry," said Bike Tour Buzz Founder Ted Chan.
For instance, post on the the Bike Tour Buzz blog provides recommendations for where to go on a country by country basis, as well as tips for the most popular bike tour regions, such as Tuscany, Burgundy, and Bordeaux. Some recent posts, written by Chan himself, cover recent rides in Australia, France, and Colorado. Other example posts include training tips, the joys of biking and yoga, and country guides.
Bike Tour Buzz is looking for collaboration from others in the industry to enhance the blog. Chan said, "Right now, we're looking for folks from the industry who would like the contribute, whether it's contributing articles in their areas of expertise, letting us know about special discounts that we can make available to our users, or recommendations for great rides."
In addition, the main Bike Tour Buzz site provides all sorts of guidance to riders on how to get the most out of a cycling vacation, such as training tips, packing guides, and travel guidance.
The site also has a bike tour operator user reviews section, with the contact information for more than 450 global operators. Company reviews can be sorted by overall rank, country, and typical price point. In addition to overall satisfaction, users can rate companies on food, accommodations, bike quality, and quality of the guides.