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Winter commuter by Jirka Hebeda on AZUB Apus

Winter commuter by Jirka Hebeda on AZUB Apus

I use recumbents for everyday commute to work, about 150km per week in average. I go in every weather and in winter I need bike that can not only survived that, but let me survive too.

Twin World Tour part 5

Twin World Tour part 5

In the past few months, we did a lot of work to enjoy our travel. And we did a pretty good work because it has been quite fantastic till now. We can’t go through all of it but will try to get you some highlights and pics we liked…

Traveling Norway with AZUB TWIN

Traveling Norway with AZUB TWIN

Covering 1500 km, and with a vocabulary of just 100 words, travel writer Thomas Bauer rode his recumbent trike along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, gathering over 50 invitations to tea along the way.

Triking Turkey with Thomas

Triking Turkey with Thomas

Covering 1500 km, and with a vocabulary of just 100 words, travel writer Thomas Bauer rode his recumbent trike along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, gathering over 50 invitations to tea along the way.

Holland on an AZUB Origami

Holland on an AZUB Origami

Waking up to warm sunshine wasn’t something I had experienced at all this year until Michele and I hit the shores of Brittany. All our fears about cold and wet conditions evaporated in the first few days we were there. When you are cycle touring you learn to take each day as it comes and there’s little point trying to predict the weather patterns of such a variable region. It’s better to just wake each day and see what it brings. You can always pull the covers back over your head and go back to sleep after all.

French Connections: part two

French Connections: part two

Waking up to warm sunshine wasn’t something I had experienced at all this year until Michele and I hit the shores of Brittany. All our fears about cold and wet conditions evaporated in the first few days we were there. When you are cycle touring you learn to take each day as it comes and there’s little point trying to predict the weather patterns of such a variable region. It’s better to just wake each day and see what it brings. You can always pull the covers back over your head and go back to sleep after all.

Tricycle Tour News from USA

Tricycle Tour News from USA

Good Morning to all the Azub Team from Montana, where we are now. We thought it was really the time for us to give you some news from our Tricycle Tour!

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