San Francisco. Expect perpetual spring weather, fog (then suddenly no fog), friendly but fierce locals and impressive ocean views. Most rides officially start on the city-side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Watch for Strava jerseys… these are our home roads and we’d love to show you around.

San Francisco. Expect perpetual spring weather, fog (then suddenly no fog), friendly but fierce locals and impressive ocean views. Most rides officially start on the city-side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Watch for Strava jerseys… these are our home roads and we’d love to show you around.

London. Wiggins, Cavendish, Hoy, Pendleton. The U.K. is home to the world’s best cyclists, and London has caught the fever, especially for road riding.

London. Wiggins, Cavendish, Hoy, Pendleton. The U.K. is home to the world’s best cyclists, and London has caught the fever, especially for road riding.

Melbourne. Test your legs in the Dandenongs or paceline through coastal flats along Beach Road. This is a booming city – and country – for cycling.

Melbourne. Test your legs in the Dandenongs or paceline through coastal flats along Beach Road. This is a booming city – and country – for cycling.

Descending Plateau de Beille from Les Cabannes – 1785m - Tour de France 2015 summit finish

Descending Plateau de Beille from Les Cabannes – 1785m - Tour de France 2015 summit finish

Denver. The riding in Denver is incredible, especially outside city limits. Coast out of town for a mountain bike mecca and some of the most dramatic canyon climbs of any U.S. city.

Denver. The riding in Denver is incredible, especially outside city limits. Coast out of town for a mountain bike mecca and some of the most dramatic canyon climbs of any U.S. city.

Ashley Gruber - Wheels and Lenses June 2015 Words & Photos by Ashley Gruber Cycle like a Girl has always been inspired by great cycli

Paris. Think like a Parisian and you’ll do well here: Start rides at your local bistro (likely on the ground floor of a Haussmanian building), race out the Paris Basin into the calm and charming countryside, stop at boulangeries as needed, then go straight home and resume your day, as if this exceptional cycling city is completely normal.

Paris. Think like a Parisian and you’ll do well here: Start rides at your local bistro (likely on the ground floor of a Haussmanian building), race out the Paris Basin into the calm and charming countryside, stop at boulangeries as needed, then go straight home and resume your day, as if this exceptional cycling city is completely normal.

Amsterdam. Expect consistently smooth tarmac, usually along a quaint canal, and a deep bike culture. Cyclists, welcome home… just bring your knee warmers.

Amsterdam. Expect consistently smooth tarmac, usually along a quaint canal, and a deep bike culture. Cyclists, welcome home… just bring your knee warmers.

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