Tips on How to Survive A Bicycle Tour While On A Budget

bicycle touringYou might be interested in a biking holiday but don’t have the budget to make it happen. Bicycle holidays can be expensive and can burn your money on equipment and conditioning. But what if I told you that you could go bicycle touring on a budget?

 

You read that right! You can go biking even on a tight budget. Follow these tips, and you’ll be on your way towards your dream biking holiday.

 

1.) Travel witha Buddy

 

While travelling on your own is great, it’s even better if you tag a friend along with you. Especially when you’re budgeting, you can ask them to share food, equipment, and other necessities that you might need on your bicycle touring. When you travel with a friend, you can potentially cut down costs by up to 50%. Besides, it’s also more fun to go with a friend in general than just enjoying the experience on your own.

 

2.) Don’t Use Camping Sites

 

Campsites require you to pay to be able to camp there, which may not make if you’re on a budget. Instead, look for free space and make camp from there. Just make sure you’re not in a danger-prone place or else you might end up spending more than what you thought.

 

3.) Change Your Diet

 

If you want to complete a bicycle touring trip without fainting on the road, you need to change your diet and incorporate green, leafy vegetables. That way you can survive on eating veggies alone that are not only cheap but can make you feel full in a heartbeat and continue with your biking journey.

 

4.) Be Approachable

 

On a biking holiday, you will be meeting different kinds of people. You need to befriend these people and take advantage of their resources to help you persevere. That’s why you need to be the friendliest biker on the road once your bicycle tour begins.

 

5.) Talk to People

 

The last thing you need to do is get to know the locals when you pass by a place so you can get access to some free amenities to refuel your energy and go on with your biking journey. Make sure you befriend someone who lives in the place, and they might even invite you over for lunch or dinner and also give you some tips on the ideal path to take once you resume your cycling journey.

 

Hop On Your Bike & Go Touring Now!

 

So you see, you don’t have to be financially ready to embark on the boldest bicycle touring journey of your life. All you need to know are some essential survival tips to complete your voyage without burning away your money.