If you have the opportunity to travel around the world, love cycling and also have a certain level of endurance, we deliver some of the world’s best cycling routes. These routes will provide multiple levels of satisfaction not only because you will for sure meet people that also share a love for cycling but also because these routes are designed in a way to enable cyclists to enjoy breathtaking views.

  1. National Highway 1, Vietnam

This route connects two major Vietnam cities, Hanoi and Ho Shi Min. On this route, which is 684 miles long, you will probably spend 2-3 weeks, depending how skillful and strong you are as well as how many times you will stop to enjoy a view of untouched nature or beautiful sea.

National Highway 1, Vietnam

National Highway 1, Vietnam

  1. Great Divide Route USA and Canada

This route is also known as a “premium” cycling route because it starts in New Mexico and goes all the way to the Canada border. Although you will primarily think that it is devastatingly long (over 2670 miles long), there will be a visual reward on every mile: landscapes, climate and refreshing air; all of it will give you new energy.

Great Divide Route USA and Canada

Great Divide Route USA and Canada

  1. Munda Biddi, Australia

This route is over 600 miles long and is named after an Aborigine term that means “road through the woods.”The entire route is shaded with eucalyptus branches – in the heart of a hot desert. Don’t be surprised if you encounter exotic animals such as panda or kangaroo.

Munda Biddi, Australia

Munda Biddi, Australia

  1. Shimanami, Japan

Although this route is significantly shorter than previous ones (just some 40 miles long), it covers over 6 little islands in the Japanese Sea, so you will definitely have a very pleasant time sailing from one island to another.

Shimanami, Japan

Shimanami, Japan

  1. From Land’s End to John O’Groats, England and Scotland

This classic cycling route from the furthest best island point on the far north covers almost the entire British isle and is almost 1000 miles long. You will see very old rocks, hills and green pastures.

Land’s End to John O’Groats

Land’s End to John O’Groats

  1. Route des GrandesAlpes, France

If you want to be part of a caravan similar to the one on the Tour de France, then this 425 miles long route through the heart of the French Alps is an excellent choice. The route leads all the way to an enchanting Mediterranean landscape.

Route des GrandesAlpes, France

Route des GrandesAlpes, France

  1. Isle of Wight, Great Britain

The Isle of Wight is the largest British island in Le Manche and also a cycling heaven with lush hills, narrow paths and steep rocks. The island is interesting for numerous young people that come here to spend a romantic weekend.

Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight

  1. West Coast of Tasmania

Tasmania is the largest Australian island. It is also known as Inspiration Island among cyclists, and if you choose this route, you will quickly understand the name. Along the west coast there is almost untouched wilderness, the most famous Tasmanian mountain (Cradle), the most beautiful seaside city (Strahan), the highest waterfall (Montesuma) and the most beautiful lake (Saint Clair).

West Coast of Tasmania

West Coast of Tasmania

  1. Leberon and Mont Vento, France

This is a demanding hillside route but with an incredible view. On this route you will encounter ancient Roman ruins, medieval castles and beautiful vineyards. This route is recommended primarily for summer rides because this mountain area is covered in snow from December to May.

Leberon and Mont Vento, France

Leberon and Mont Vento, France

  1. San Juan Islands, USA

Hop on a ferry with your bike and choose one of the islands of San Juan, located between Vancouver and Seattle. In these archipelagos, you can get ferry rides to six islands covered in forests, with numerous coves, historic locations and indisputable charm. The terrain is steep, but you can cycle all day long, accompanied with numerous forest animals.

San Juan Islands, USA

San Juan Islands, USA