Often on tour riders take a liking to an aperitif which becomes connected indelibly with the journey. In the past this has been an Aperol Spritz or in South America the Pisco Sour…now Hannibal has its very own historically linked drink – I can’t believe I never found it before! Great researching Joanna Wakefield and Jose Sanchez! Licor 43 and the historical story of the drink’s origins, supposedly go like this….
The Finer Details Of A Bike Tour It is the small things in life that make a day special. Bike Odyssey loves focusing on the details which make our bike tours exceptional. Two weeks ago on our Berry Odyssey Challenge, nearly 100 riders took to the roads to explore our favourite routes around Bike Odyssey’s […]
Tour History and a very important one too…. Who invented Pasta, one of the most vital food sources on any bike tour! By the way a nice mention by Forbes mag too…. The 50cm-long yellow food substance, in the image on the right, was found in a pot buried during a catastrophic flood, radiocarbon dated to around […]