CycleFeed – Weekly Round-Up #10

in cyclefeed •  8 months ago

Welcome to Cyclefeed's weekly roundup brought to you by @mrprofessor and @robmolecule. The best cycling content, concentrated in one place, @cyclefeed.

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Good Sunday, cyclists! Here comes the most awesome day of the week, it's when the Cycle Feed Team read and manually select the best content of the week.

We are glad to see more members posting within the #cyclelfeed and even more enthusiastic to see new cyclists out there, let's keep on pushing guys! While you pedal harder on the Steemit road the CF team is here, distributing love and our Voting Power to give you that extra push.

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This week we'll pedal all over the world on board the bikes of 4 amazing members of the cycling community. Our journey starts in Aberdeen, US, where we'll enjoy the breeze near the Columbia river. Next up, the road leads us to Germany and then passing by the old city of Nessebar in Bulgaria. From there we'll finish our journey in the far lands of Bezdryk in Ukraine. Keep the pedals spinning fellow cyclist!

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- The Winner -

Cascadia to Aztlan - Crossing Bridges When We Get There - Written by @stortebeker

Let's show @stortebeker some love on this epic cycling tour in Alberdeen, US. The Cycle Feed team is following this journey closely, evey episode brings a new adventure and great views. If you like bike travelling you should definately follow him. Be careful though, because it causes a severe wanderlust.

This is one of the most important effect we kept noticing: touring on a bike gives you no other option but to live in the present. The past is left behind, not just in time but in space.

- The Honourable Mentions -

EuroVelo 7 - Germany, Listerfehrda to Belgern 75 km - Written by @discovereurovelo

If there's one blog that causes wanderlust, that's for sure @discovereurovelo and his adventures on the EuroVelo bicycle net. This journey will inspire you into flying to Europe, just to explore those roads.

After having breakfast and working a bit on my steemit post this morning for about 2 coffees (aprox 2 hours), I finally went out to pick up my bike to do some cycling cause it was getting late, around noon. This was more of an experiment for me writing on the road.

Cycling to dalyan Akrotir - Nessebar

One of the best things in life is cycling, especially when you can share this with friends. That's what @vesytz did on his post - biking and having fun with friends. On this post he takes us through rural roads in his hometown. Just as any other of us, he had a flat tire!

This Sunday with my friends, decided to drive our bikes to dalyan Akrotir wich is located in Nessebar. Despite the rain forecast, we left Burgas in the early morning and passed through Sarafovo.

Exploring the Area around My Hometown - A road to Bezdryk. Part II - Written by @erikaflynn

Our member and cyclist @erikaflynn combines her passion for cycling with great writing and beautiful photos. If you want to feel like cycling in Ukraine you should definately check her blog. Be careful, because you'll feel hungry once you see the food photos.

At the edge of the forest, we saw such a beautiful view: trees, hills someone's vegetable gardens, hayfields, and further behind the trees the village of Bezdryk itself.

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Resteeming! Another excellent edition of the weekly round-up! I want to take more time to write my cycling stories :) My favorite photo this week is by @erikaflynn

You have a minor misspelling in the following sentence:

This Sunday with my friends, decided to drive our bikes to dalyan Akrotir wich is located in Nessebar.
It should be which instead of wich.