Cycle Rajasthan

Having loved my trip to Kerala last year, it was but a hop, skip and a jump to turn my ‘once in a lifetime’...

Cycling solo to Iran

London – Bolney, UK (29th July, 2015) Total miles cycled: 43 (69km) Thigh status: Stable Awake at 6am, then 6.15am, then 6.30am. Today’s the day! I try...

Cycling Kerala – Johnson, so good they named him twice

Easily the most important member of our group to me - a weaker cyclist than my companions - was the only person not on...

Cycling Kerala – Fifty shades of green

I had heard that Kerala was beautiful. Together with the amazing vegetarian food, that was one of the reasons I wanted to visit. Nothing, though,...

Cycling Kerala – Bicycles welcome.

In the UK we talk a lot about The Cycling Problem. We agonise over infrastructure and consider whether, if only riders were a little...

How to tackle Kazakhstan by bike?

Why Kazakhstan and why a bicycle? To be honest the UK’s knowledge of Kazakhstan is from the dubious, rather offensive film ‘Borat’. This fictitious...

Mekong

Arriving in Bangkok in mid-January after a fun Christmas holiday in Sydney with friends felt exciting. We were ready to head off on our...

China, and that wall?

Sarah and I were in China on a whistle-stop tour of three of its largest and most influential cities, seeing the most recognisable sights...

South Korea

We are cycling on a bike path by a river, half a mile away from any traffic. The sun is warm, trees are in...

China – Part one

The bike is a great method of getting about in China’s cities and also a wonderful alternative to the car when exploring the countryside,...
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