Is Coronavirus The End Of Bike Travel?

Indoor Bicycle Rollers

The coronavirus has millions of people around the world trapped inside their homes – not working and not traveling. In many parts of the world, going outside during certain times of the day (even for essentials) is strictly forbidden. Now, many bicycle tourists around the world have either canceled or postponed their bicycle touring adventures… and some cyclists, who were currently on the road, have had to stop traveling at the moment in order to wait out the situation where they are in order to see what happens next.

So, what does all this mean for the future of bike travel? Is the 2020 bicycle touring season completely finished now? And will it be possible to travel by bike in the future?

On Sunday, March 22nd, 2020, Darren Alff (the Bicycle Touring Pro) conducted a LIVE YouTube web event in which he addressed the current coronavirus pandemic and shared his thoughts on the future of bike travel.

Watch the video above to view a video replay of that LIVE YouTube webinar and listen in as the Bicycle Touring Pro discusses his thoughts on the future of bike travel and bicycle tourism in the era of the coronavirus.

Products Featured in This Video:

2 thoughts on “Is Coronavirus The End Of Bike Travel?

  1. madison deans says:

    caught the webinar,and I am so happy to say how comforting it was and the sense of community that it gave me! I ride a few hours everyday I can,and have noticed an increase of cyclist’s out doin the same.gotta keep on truckin or go koo-koo! Can’t wait to get to get on road after we get the all clear.
    thanx for being their Darren

  2. Phillip Haycock says:

    Is Coronavirus The End Of Bike Travel?
    Maybe, but more likely just the opposite

Comments are closed.

Send this to a friend