The Output Of My Experience With Spyns

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Many of you reading this blog may have noticed my personal crusade to help others avoid the experience I had during this year's Tour de France as part of a guided cycle tour with a company called Spyns. While airing dirty laundry on my soapbox doesn't come anywhere near the mission of CogSnob, I feel compelled as a cyclist to offer my help and assistance to those seeking their dream trip in the saddle.

Today, we launched a site called "Spyndled" that is designed to help others understand what to look for when choosing a cycle touring company for overseas travel. Our post a few weeks ago was a hint at what we were aiming for with the site. Feel free to check it out, make comments and forward it to your friends, family, or anyone you know that is planning a trip with a touring company in the future.

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