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Montague Tour of the Americas: Honduras to Panama

Tweet A guest post from Alex and Mireia; traveling the Americas with a Land Cruiser and 2 Montague folding bikes. Our first stop in Honduras is Copan Ruinas, near the border. This tiny village is an excellent base to set up camp while visiting the similarly named ruins of Copan, which are absolutely spectacular. The [...]
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Taipei Cycle Show Recap

Tweet Earlier this month, Asia’s largest bike exhibition, the Taipei Cycle Show took place in Taipei, Taiwan. Montague made the trip over to exhibit our full size folding bikes to the world, and we want to give you an inside look at our trip. After almost 24 hours of travel and a stopover in Tokyo, [...]
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Tour of the Americas: Farewell Mexico

Tweet This week: a guest post from Mireia and Alex, our friends traveling the America’s with their Montague bikes. They’ve just enjoyed their last days in Mexico before entering Belize. Here at Montague HQ, we’re feeling a bit envious of their experience… and their warm weather! Here’s a comparison of their situation, and ours here [...]
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Tips for Cycling in the Snow

Tweet Riding your bike in the snow can be challenging, but it’s no doubt an adventure. My most satisfying bike commutes are ones where others say “you actually rode in that!?” You do need to properly prepare for it to be an enjoyable experience, so here are a few tips. When cycling in the snow: [...]
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Cycling to the Museum

Tweet Last weekend I had some free time, and instead of resting and relaxing at home, I decided to expand my knowledge of art by visiting the museum. The sun was shining on Saturday, a perfect excuse to take our bikes and ride to The Institute Of Contemporary Art in Boston. From Cambridge, across the [...]
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A Bike Tour of Martha’s Vineyard: In Winter!

Tweet After feasting on Thanksgiving last Thursday, I really wanted to take a nice long bike ride the next day to burn off the extra calories. I decided to go with some friends to Martha’s Vineyard, a beautiful island full of history which is located off the South coast of Massachusetts. It’s a popular vacation [...]
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Montague Tour of the Americas: Mexico III

Tweet After being isolated for some time, our friends traveling the Americas with their Montague Bikes, Mireia and Alex, finally found some reliable internet to update us. Since they’re last transmission they’ve made their way to Southern Mexico. They’ve been in this country for a month and a half so far, and they’re clearly loving [...]
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Montague Tour of the Americas: Mexico II

Tweet We’ve all been waiting anxiously for another guest post from Mireia and Alex, who are currently traveling the Americas with a modified Land Cruiser, and 2 Montague Bikes. Here it is! They’re still enjoying Mexico, having a great time, and seeing the sights from the saddles of their Montagues. Don’t take our word for [...]
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The Social Network for Cyclists

Tweet Sometimes taking a nice long ride by yourself is a great way to clear your head, and refresh both the body and mind. Other times, there’s nothing better than cycling with a companion. If you’re taking a leisurely cruise, it’s nice to have someone to enjoy it with, and if you’re training hard, having [...]
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3000 Mile (and Counting) Tour on a Montague Bike

Tweet Traveling across the US, be it by car, bike, hitchhiking, or hopping freight trains, is the quintessential American adventure. There’s nothing quite like the excitement of the open road. An unsupported bike tour from coast to coast is no easy endeavor, but one young man from Pendleton, Oregon has taken on the challenge with [...]
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