The Spoked Traveller | ...connecting cyclists to local trails, food and adventures.
Trails and advice cycling around the world as solo female cyclist and adventurer
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The Spoked Traveller

…connecting cyclists to local trails,

food and adventures.

It never occurred to me to leave my bike at home on my first overseas trip. Twenty years later, nothing has changed. Whether at home, or in a foreign country, riding makes me feel closer to people and places.

I created this site as a hub for all things cycling; it’s a celebration of bike culture. Where to travel next, how to travel, where to get advice, see some cool practical bike fashion, what to eat. I’ll share what I know; and I invite you to do the same.

Over the next few months keep checking in as I’ll be adding some new menu items.

See you on the trails. Melanie

"Look at its tiny head!" says Vieve, pointing at the dinosaur's skeleton that spans the entire length of the museums's foyer. vieve day one ROM IMG_1436                           This is Genevieve Sebastian's interpretation of Little Head at the ROM. Perched on top of its body, its head is almost smaller than mine. That's the funny thing with evolution: big heads progress confirming that nerds will eventually take over the planet. Yahoo.   I'm at the Royal Ontario Museum that has been on Bloor and Avenue Road in Toronto since 1914; it's one of North America's largest museums of natural history, culture and art that pulls in over one million visitors a year. Here are a few of my favourites on my first ever visit. But, a bit of background. IMG_1354                   The ROM. Some love it; some hate it, architecturally speaking, of course.