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Educational Tour for Summer Vacation

World War I history may not be on the top of your kids’ lists for fun vacation themes, but an excuse to visit European destinations filled with history and cultural significance should be reason enough to hop on a cycling tour with Freewheel Holiday Tours. What’s a better excuse for summer family vacation than a […]

See Vietnam on Two Wheels

South Vietnam’s intricate canal system, weaving in and out of lush green forests, lined with beaches and rustic beauty, sets the scene for an unforgettable family vacation. See the diverse landscape with a guided tour on your next trip. Mekong Delta, known for its interwoven water system often called the River of Nine Dragons, may […]

Putting the Pedal To the Mettle: Fall Cycling Trips for the Family

Fall is a great time for the family to plan a bike trek, and not only because the temperatures dropped and the air is cleaner. In many parts of the United States, scenery is at the peak of its beauty, and the tourist crowds thinned. It also presents an opportunity for parents to encourage kids […]

Escape to Santa Barbara for Romance

Sometimes, when family life becomes super loud, romance has a way of shoving its fingers in its ears and hiding in a dark corner. Parents can coax it back out with a weekend getaway to a whimsical, coastal town like Santa Barbara. Here are some fun suggestions to make your trip unforgettable. Go Bike Riding […]

Tour de Family

One cornerstone in most childhoods: learning to ride a bike. City kids, country mice and everyone in between have (usually) had their own ups and downs, experiences and memories on a bike. Whether commuting to work or hopping on a bike for a family ride, the age-old recreation refuses to lose its charm. Combine a […]

Cuba: Caribbean Cool and Cultural Intrigue for the Whole Family

The toe-tapping Latin music, the spicy food, colorful Yank Tanks and rich, vibrant culture … Cuba has its own a singular appeal. For parents, perhaps it’s missing perspective on the Missile Crisis or the chance to tread on grounds once formerly off-limits to Americans. For their kids, maybe it’s using the Spanish they learned in […]