Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 17, 2013
Bike Tour Buzz, an independent resource that provides reviews, recommendations and other resources on cycling vacations, has reached over 100 bike trip reviews.
"We have now have more than 100 bike trip reviews," said Bike Tour Buzz Founder Ted Chan, "It's critical for vacationers as a resource before buying, as tours vary greatly in quality. We've gotten more reviews in the past month than in the previous six months."
The bike tour company user reviews section now has the contact information for more than 450 global operators. Users can rate companies on food, accommodations, bike quality, customer service, and quality of the guides. Company reviews can be sorted by overall rank, country, and typical price point.
"As an avid rider myself, I have had great bike tours and some active adventures that were disappointing. We want to be the TripAdvisor of global cycling vacations, and bring transparency to the cycling vacation market, and reward those who provide the best customer service," said Chan.
Bike Tour Buzz 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. In addition, the 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.
Bike Tour Buzz is an independent resource that provides reviews, recommendations and other resources on global cycling vacations. We are run by passionate lovers of global travel, cycling tours and active adventures. Our mission is to help people taking bike tours research their ideal location and trip style, and match them up with the best tour operators. We want to make the cycling vacation industry more transparent, and reward the companies that provide the best experiences and customer service.
Bike Tour Buzz is part of Experience Travel Media.
We are based in Boston, MA, and a minority/woman-owned company. To contact us, use the information below: