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Circular bike tours

Bike tours have become a common hobby and today, there are many types of tours that cater for all levels of riding and all kinds of riders throughout the country.

The internet is also a useful source of information on bike tours, trails and companies that organize tours and different riding groups.

A favorite is the circular bike tour, whose advantage is that it begins at ends at the same point. Circular bike tours cover the length and breadth of the country, throughout different areas. One can find circular bike routes almost anywhere, from the Dead Sea to the Upper Galilee region.

Circular bike tours can take place at different levels. Certain circular tours are more suited to families and children due to the fact that they are ridden across flat trails with no extreme uphill or downhill. These types of trails do not require much physical exertion. On the other hand, there are circular trails that are far more advanced, requiring a certain level of fitness and experience. Riders on these trails are expected to cope with difficult challenges using a considerable amount of physical effort.

No matter what level you are at, you are bound to find a circular riding tour that suits your individual capabilities, whether you are a beginner, a retiree or an experienced rider with a high level of fitness.

The alternative to a circular bike tour is the Linear bike tour, which begins at a certain point and ends at another. This tour requires two vehicles, one at the starting point and another at the end point. Circular bike tours are more suited to those riders who have only one vehicle that can take them to the start of the trail and be waiting for them at the end.

There are dozens of circular riding routes throughout the country and riders are able to choose the route that is most suitable for their needs. Whether you enjoy desert bike trails, or riding through rivers and valleys, you are sure to find a route that is as challenging or as easy as you want it to be.