Oh, the dreaded TSA line. It's the last thing that stands between you and your flight. As a frequent traveler, I've spent a lot of time at airports and standing in line. With all this time waiting, I've noticed that people are constantly making the same mistake. Through careful observation and testing it myself, I've come up with a few simple strategies on how to get through the TSA security line as quickly and efficiently as possible.
You booked your tour and it's been confirmed. Your trip is months away so you purchase your flight. Before you know it, you're one week away from departing and you realize you should probably start packing. It's the night before departing and you're scurrying around last-minute to find your passport, converter, and whatever item you previously thought you didn't need but now you're not sure so you pack it anyways.
As with any winter outdoor activity, layering is key. Fortunately, Ciclismo Classico tours run spring through fall in Europe so you usually won't need to layer up unless you have selected an advanced tour in, let's say, the Pyrenees or French Alps, where you will reach high altitudes and lower temperatures.