Cycling The Camino

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Cycling the Camino de Santiago: What you need to know.

Cycling the Camino is a wonderful alternative to walking. There are many advantages to cycling the Camino, including covering more ground in less time and it’s definitely easier if you are bringing children on the Camino. If you are thinking about Cycling the Camino de Santiago routes we have prepared this useful list answering some …

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FAQ: Camino on an e-bike

The Camino de Santiago was traditionally travelled on foot or on horseback. Today many people also cycle this ancient trail. Now there is a new method; doing the Camino on an e-bike! If you are travelling with Caminoways.com and cycling into Santiago you can rent an e-bike for your journey. The Camino on an e-bike: …

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Cycling the Camino Routes: 5 Great Routes to choose

Did you know approximately 10% of all pilgrims reaching Santiago de Compostela are ‘bicigrinos’, bike-pilgrims? Nearly 25,000 bicigrinos choose to cycle the Camino routes to receive their Compostela certificate each year. If you are cycling the Camino de Santiago, remember you must at least cover the last 200 kilometres into Santiago de Compostela, if you’d like …

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Cycling the Camino Ingles Diary

Cycling the Camino Ingles Diary Becca and Brian and their Cycling the Camino Ingles Diary from outdoor clothing specialists, 53 Degrees North give us their informative review of the Camino Ingles route that they embarked on earlier this year. This is a great route if you are looking to for a challenge. You will have …

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Cycling or walking the Camino?

Cycling or walking the Camino? That is a question we get asked quite a lot! To give you an idea, in 2019 approximately 6% of all ‘Compostela’ certificates are issued to bike-pilgrims or ‘bicigrinos’; while most other pilgrims choose to make their way to Santiago the traditional way: on foot. A small percentage will choose …

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Bike etiquette on the Camino

September is a busy month on the Camino with many walkers and cyclists sharing the trails, so today we are going to focus on bike etiquette on the Camino since, approximately 15% of pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago are travelling on two wheels. You can travel most of the Camino de Santiago stages and …

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Francigena: Cycling in Tuscany

Tuscany is world renowned as being one of the most beautiful parts of Italy. The Via Francigena route which passes through Tuscany offers the perfect opportunity to experience the region by bike. The Via Francigena passes through Tuscany as the Via makes its way from Canterbury to Rome. Along the way you will be immersed in …

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What do I wear on the bike? FAQ

The Camino de Santiago by bike

Press release date: 24th June 2014 Take the pilgrim trail to Santiago de Compostela on your bike with CaminoWays.com, the walking and cycling holiday specialist. The Camino de Santiago is not just a walking route and last year, over 12% of those who received their Compostela Camino certificate completed the journey by bike. These cyclists are …

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Cycling Spain’s Camino de Santiago with children

Cycling Spain’s Camino de Santiago with children Lizzie Enfield – guardian.co.uk, Friday 10 August 2012 Got cycling fever? A new family-friendly bike trip along Spain’s Camino de Santiago means even kids can tackle an epic ride Cycling the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain “Five Years Ti-i-ime,” my nine-year-old son is showing Noah …

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