For those who are intrigued by the idea of a cycling holiday but are not sure if you can convince someone else to join you, here are some great arguments that just may change their mind.
First of all, the only thing that you should be wearing out during a cycling holiday is the tread on your tires, so with this in mind it is important to realize that not all trips have to be hard, especially if you and your crew are not up to burning rubber across the highest hills in Britain.
Secondly, the one tempting thing about a cycling holiday is that while it is a horrible idea to bicycle after drinking, a drink at lunch will not hurt you and if you are on a cycle you do not need to worry about getting pulled over and losing your license.
Next, while most holidays are often thought of as times when your health takes a break as you indulge in just about everything harmful to it, a cycling holiday will actually help you get a full workout and leave you in better shape than when you started which is pretty hard to beat.
Add in the fact that food will never be quite as filling or as desired as when you come to a stop after a long day of cycling and you already have a full arsenal of reasons that you really should consider setting off on a cycling holiday this year.
Another solid reason is the fact that when you take a cycling holiday you are truly free of pretty much everything. Answering your mobile while biking is one thing that you will not be able to do thus freeing you from responsibility and the fact that you are not in a hurry to get to any scheduled events or be anywhere but on the open road is an entirely different type of freedom unto itself.
Finally, if this is not enough to convince you to head out on your bike, keep in mind that cycling is the one true way to slowly tour and experience all that a country has to offer because you can go out route as you wish, interact with locals anywhere, and stop any time you want which is pretty much unmatched by any other form of transportation.