Silla Gambardella and his “Manual for travelling by bike”

Not everybody has the heart and the lungs to ride the Tour de France. But each and everyone one of us can appreciate travelling by bike, following your own rhythm and inspiration (maybe even following the same roads as the historic cyclists) and so enjoy the probably most intrinsic aspect of biking: to travel far using just your own legs, for distances that humans would physically not be able to if it wasn’t for the bicycle.

For those that are planning their first (or next) travel by bike. You might have been inspired by a story, or the experience of friends, and now you are triggered by curiosity to discover places, inhale cultures, meet persons and open your senses. Travelling by bike has it all.

You have a great desire to leave, but still some questions to resolve. With which bike? What to take along? How to train, and how much? What to eat? And the route? The stages? The nights?

“The complete manual for travelling by bike – from cycling tourism to bikepacking” aims to answer all your questions and to offer ideas and solutions for different types of trips. Wishing to provide you with the best experience for your journey.

You can find the book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.it/dp/B0B4HKQFR2

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