Spoke’n about the Hérault: A United Nations of new visitors and a bridge recognised by all nations!

Without a doubt, having the opportunity and privilege of welcoming and riding with cyclists from all over the world has been and continues to be an incredible experience for us. Of course it is made all the easier as we live in a corner of France that accommodates cyclists of all abil
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Spoke’n about the Hérault with new friends and an old friend returns!

Over the last couple of weeks we were delighted to share our backyard with some new visitors to the region who had come from all corners of the globe. As well we got to spend time with a returning VéloRoo-vian, it’s always awesome to catch up with friends! Variety has been the b
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Spoke’n about the Hérault Pt 2…and a little bit of Cevennes!

What a variety of riding we had these last two weeks. **footnote, where have the last 10 days gone??** The days are getting longer and brilliant sunny days are becoming more regular. And hotter. Club rides with Magalas on the fixie, with one including an unexpected catch up with cycli
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Rolling round Hérault..

We want to start a regular blog sharing our photo’s from our recent rides. Of course we will also put some non cycling bits in too, so there will be something for everyone! We hope you enjoy it, and of course if there is anything you want to tell us….well just tell us! April is
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“Spring Classics” in the South of France? Absolutely! The VéloRoo Spring Classics – Pt 2 L’Héraultaise

As the World Tour spring classics season draws to a close, so too does the VéloRoo named “2015 Hérault Spring Classic Sportives”. 3 local events comprise the season, last weeks Montagnacoise, now the L’Héraultaise and in a couple of weeks La ronde Castraise. The Roge
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Montagnacoise Cyclo Sportive – What you missed, be there in 2016!

Last weekend saw the continuation of the Hérault Region’s “Spring Classics” with the running of the Montagnacoise Cyclo Sportive, organised by the Vélo Club Montagnac. The Montagnacoise Cyclo Sportive course is set over an undulating 35 kilometre circuit, repeated 3
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Travel to Europe with your bike? Good or Bad idea?

Riding in Europe is on every riders bucket list, and rightly so. Riding in Europe is awesome, absolutely no doubt about it. The imagery projected to us from the iconic races, the culture, the history, the food and for cyclists the cafés and coffee! It is an incredible experience to be
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2015 Santos Tour Down Under Pt 3. Days of extremes experiences.

Our STDU Thursday and Friday couldn’t be more different to each other, an experience at each end of the spectrum, and each day highlighted the best Adelaide has to offer. Thursday started with the great morning ride, a fixture for the week and simply the best way to start the da
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2015 Santos Tour Down Under Pt 2 – 2015 is GO!

In an earlier post I mentioned how awesome the 2015 route for the Santos Tour Down was for spectators and I was not proven wrong! Phew. For over 6 months our excitement has been building as Julia and I put together the details of planning each days route and now the week had commenced
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