We stood in the doorway of an old wooden slaughter house in deserted rural Greece and looked at each other. It was getting dark and we needed somewhere…
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Firstly, namaste from India 🙏 ‘Fail to prepare and prepare to fail’; that’s what a 16 year old Matt learnt after failing his Higher Latin exam at…
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Maybe it was only a matter of time, but this week we found ourselves in the back of a police van staring at our feet. As the police van hurtled along…
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Ok, we’ll come clean. We’ve been cycling in the Kazakh and Uzbek deserts for two weeks and we can’t remember very much about it. It’s probably heat…
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“This…is…simply…breathtaking”, Matt gasped as he looked at the snow capped Kyrgyz mountains that surrounded us. Harriet was slumped over her handlebars…
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Top travel tip: ask locals for recommendations to find unforgettable cycle routes. Let us introduce Giorgi (not his real name). We met Giorgi at a…
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Starting a world cycle tour in March was supposed to mean summer all the way. This week we learnt that the first week of March is definitely not summer…
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We’re celebrating completing our first country (Scotland) by inching over the English border to a pub in Berwick-upon-Tweed. The pub food is disarmingly…
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We know we’ll be accused of click-bait for more subscribers, but let’s briefly talk about cycling infrastructures. This week we’ve moved from the…
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Maybe it’s the water glistening in the sun or the beautiful clear banks to dangle your toes in, or possibly the ability to avoid leg busting hills on…
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As we sat on a bench outside the Monaco Yacht Club, a stone’s throw from the Monte Carlo Casino, Matt crammed another crisp into his tomato and cheese…
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Of course this week we could tell you about our jaws dropping at the views of the Montenegrin coastline, cycling through snow at (literally) the highest…
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