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    Business Listing   Blue Marble Travel - Philadelphia, PA - Phone: (215) 923-3788


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    Helpful Definition for: Bicycle Tours


    One can go for 'Bicycle Tours' during holidays. It is a way of cycling where riders travel long distances in less speed, and prioritize pleasure with stamina. Bicycle tours in Philadelphia may vary from a single day to multi-day trips with solo or group riders. One should be carrying all necessary equipment, tools, food, and clothing along with other bare essentials. This activity is almost as old as the invention of bicycle. Bicycle touring in Philadelphia can be done for any distance and during any season. Fitness of the rider is one of the key factors for a bicycle tour. The distance covered per day totally depends on the speed, the rider's strength and also the number of stops taken throughout the day. The various types of bicycle touring in Philadelphia are: fully loaded touring, day touring, supported touring, lightweight touring, ultra-light touring, expedition touring, overnight touring, mixed terrain cycle touring or rough riding, etc. Apart from the 'day touring' type, the other types of touring requires one to carry light or heavy loads. Tourists, who plan to go for a long touring, prefer the touring bicycles where they can carry loads. However tourists who prefer 'ultra-light' touring chooses the bicycle which has speed and are sleek in shape.

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