Trying to plan a trip cycle touring in Georgia (and Armenia if it makes sense to.) Looking for anyone that has been before for any advice?
Most likely to be 3ish weeks in August. Flying in with bikes and taking everything for wild camping.
Thanks in advance!
My turn to do a call out for advice...flying in to Tbilisi early June (Georgian Airways) and flying out two weeks later from Kutaisi (Wizz Air). Looking for road and gravel but keen to avoid too much in the way of hike a bike. Advice gratefully received
Can't help massively, but did go to Georgia last year and hired a car. Roads are generally very good, Tbilisi's a great city and the bulk of the country is pretty hilly. Actually, very hilly. Drivers aren't too bad, but don't think I saw a single cyclist.
Roads turn to shit the moment you enter Armenia.
This guy seems to have ridden quite a bit in Armenia https://tomsbiketrip.com/revolutionary-armenia-travelling-by-bicycle-through-the-new-republic/
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