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Cycling the Silk Road in Turkey from Cesme to Cappadocia during our France to China cycle tour in 2014 and in the hottest month of year.

Cycling the Silk Road in Eastern Turkey from Cappadocia to Dogubayazit and the Kurdish part of Turkey, during our France to China cycle tour.

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10 Underrated Women in History

Described as “the 20th century’s most footloose traveler," Alexandra David-Néel (1868-1969) saw a lot in her 100 years. She crossed the Alps, cycled through Europe (when bikes were wild and new), and studied Hinduism in India and Buddhism in China. She left her husband for Tibet and then returned home to France after 14 years, where she built a Tibetan-style fortress and wrote some of the most essential travel books ever. As she approached 70, she went back on the road.

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Cyclists rush toward a steep descent in the Gao Ya Kou mountain range during stage three of the 2012 Tour of Beijing. In its second year, the five-stage Tour of Beijing—part of the UCI WorldTour, which includes the Tour de France—wound past Chinese landmarks such as Tiananmen Square, the Bird’s Nest Stadium, Summer Palace, the Great Wall, and the Ming Tomb Reservoir. Photograph by PatitucciPhoto