back to his hotel. Take the time to unpack your bike properly and you can avoid such race-ruining mishaps.Travelling long distances with your bike usually involves packing it into a protective box, bag or case. This requires at least an hour removing
descent. You're off to the hospital and your bike is off to the scrapyard.Financial riskYour training and holiday have been ruined and that could be the least of it because if you don't have the right travel insurance you could find yourself in so much
the ground. Check well in advance whether your race destination requires a visa, how long it will take to process and how long it will last. Some race websites will have information on visas if you are travelling from abroad. You can apply for visas through
mountain descent. You're off to the hospital and your bike is off to the scrapyard.Financial riskYour training and holiday have been ruined and that could be the least of it because if you don't have the right travel insurance you could find yourself
Making a claimMaking a claim will involve different steps, depending on whether you are claiming for lost/damaged luggage or medical expenses. But here are some basic rules:1. Keep your policy documents and number with you.2. Write down dates and times of what has happened, and g...
We've teamed up with Sports Tours International, the longest established UK Tour Operator and Official International Travel Partner of the ING New York City Marathon, to offer you the chance to run New York in 2010. We are offering flights
mini-break away.Of course, if we've missed the race that makes your year, please do email us and tell us all about it. We'd love to hear about your running adventures overseas. Don't forget to check out our ever-expanding Travel Collection
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Running a marathon is a major event for most of us. That’s why more and more of us are heading abroad to race over 26.2 miles. Most of us who visit European cities to race, such as Stockholm or Berlin for the weekend, think of the marathon and nothing else. Rather than ...
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