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Xi’an City Wall Cycling

Cycling the entire stretch of the walls of Xi’an City is probably the most satisfying way to experience China’s ancient capital. It only takes about 2 hours to complete the 13km rectangular-shaped walled city on a regular medium speed bike.

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Posted in China, Stories on the Road

ATP in Open Streets

CicLAvia transformed the Iconic Wilshire Boulevard into a one-day open street event ‘where no cars go’ on Sunday, April 6, 2013. The 20-minute kick-off ceremony, themed ‘Open Streets in Los Angeles and Beyond’ took place in front of the Berlin

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Posted in WalkTheTalk

We Walked

In the ATP perspective, there is more to walking than meets the eye. A wealth of opportunities open up (for you) once you do find your feet on the road. And personally, ATP has given me a whole new meaning

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