Working As A Cycling Guide In France

Later today I will fly to Boston. Sadly my bicycle wont be boxed up in the hold below me but the good news is my trip will be food and cycling related. Last year I worked as a gastronomic cycling guide for DuVine adventures and as a new season beckons I have been invited to DuVine HQ to help promote more delicious cycling holidays in France and Ireland.

Leading gastronomic cycling holidays in Frances famous wine regions enabled me to share my love and food and cycling with others. Eating at Michelin stared restaurants and bustling local markets, cycling through vineyards and in historic cities a summer working for DuVine gave me a fascinating insight into France and her food.

Frosty mornings in March provided a barren beauty amongst the vineyards of Burgundy. The produce of Champagne held its own mysticl charm in the deep summer and the food in France always looks good.  Never without my camera, here are some of my favorite images from a year in France.

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