cycling

By Everett Potter When I hear the words “bike tour,’ I usually think of a week of cycling in Provence, Vermont or Napa Valley. I picture relatively easy riding, incredible scenery and great food and wine, neatly packaged into a six-night trip by an adventure travel company. What the words

Andy Levine says that he created DuVine Adventures at his kitchen table with a website and a glass of wine in 1996. Fifteen years later, Levine has built the Boston-based DuVine into one of the leading biking companies in the US, offering wine-infused cycling trips to Italy and France, the

Street life in Copenhagen. By Mary Alice Kellogg Copenhagen and Stockholm are two singular cities — for starters, being capitals of Denmark and Sweden, with Copenhagen arguably more European than Scandinavian by nature. But a recent visit proved that they have more in common than one would suppose: both are