Travelling in Thailand – Camping and Cycling

Fancy Cycling around Thailand?  It’s the perfect way for travelling in Thailand. This was the favorite leg of my south-east Asia cycling trip.  Spending time alongside Thai people eating delicious food at campground BBQ’s and travelling through national parks far from the reaches of crowded tourist sites was worth every moment. Cycling In Thailand Lasting […]

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Travelling In Cambodia – The Cycling Way

Find Out Why Travelling In Cambodia Is best Enjoyed By Bicycle From cycling around the Angkor Wat complex to riding through stunning Cambodian countryside, this now peaceful country has so much to offer. Cycling across this flat country gives you a different perspective, this way of travelling in Cambodia will be a unique experience. Cycling […]

The Perfect Preparation For A Long Cycle Ride

Just How Do You Prepare For A Long Cycle Ride? Here are some top tips to make sure you are fully prepared to put your body to the limit.  Here 15 tips to best preparation for a long cycle ride of 100 km or longer. 1. Build up your resistance First and foremost the biggest […]

The Sierra Leone Marathon: One Of The World’s Toughest

Running World Marathon called it the “craziest and most worthwhile marathon in the world.” The Sierra Leone Marathon is often referred to as the world’s toughest marathon, as runners face grueling temperatures and humidity levels which would test any athlete. The risks are very real, and runners are briefed about the dangers the night before.  […]

Hitchhiking Across Central America

Hitchhiking through Central America is an easy way to get around.  You also get to meet some amazing people along the way! Having been teaching in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, I decided to plan a trip to see if I could get down to Panama City, the capital city of Panama.  We decided that hitchhiking would be […]

The Megavalanche

Get yourself to the Alpe d’Huez in the South of France, for the most insane mountain biking race of the year. The Megavalanche descends nearly 3000 metres down a vertical glacier, meaning that this event is really only for the most hardcore cyclists.  Ideally, you want to arrive a few days early to give yourself […]