That’s a bold claim to make. But we believe it’s true. As any keen touring cyclist will know, there’s stiff competition in the best coastal road category. Over the years, we’ve had the good fortune to bike some of the most beautiful seaside routes in the world: America’s Pacific Coast, Australia’s Great Ocean Road, both [...]
That’s a bold claim to make. But we believe it’s true. As any keen touring ...
#1: Scenery Madagascar’s scenery is very diverse and includes tropical rainforest, different types of desert, mountains, beaches, ...
Hello Mister! Hello Mister! Hello Mister! And so it goes from dawn till dusk. The ...
Complete chaos. That’s the best way to describe boarding procedures on the slow boat to ...
Asia is an increasingly popular destination for cycle touring. Bike the popular routes through ...
I’m guessing many of you would like to set off on a long-distance cycle tour. ...
This is a guest post from British cyclist Dominic Luther of OneBikeOneWorld. Venezuela is a ...
Eric shot me a look of quiet desperation, “Why are we putting ourselves through this?” ...
A housewife haggles over the price of tomatoes in a busy market, a devout old ...
Iceland is Europe’s last frontier. It’s also one of my favorite countries to go bicycle ...
#1: Scenery Madagascar’s scenery is very diverse and includes tropical rainforest, different types of desert, mountains, beaches, canyons and rice terraces as pretty as you’ll find on Bali. There is also southern African bushland, with the deep red clay soil that makes the scenery so attractive. It is just gorgeous where ever you go. #2:National Parks: [...]
Hello Mister! Hello Mister! Hello Mister! And so it goes from dawn till dusk. The attention never lets up. Gangs of teenage girls on motorbikes screech to a halt and demand a photo shoot with the odd foreigners. Shy kids sneak a peek as we set up camp in their elementary school. Bold young men [...]
Complete chaos. That’s the best way to describe boarding procedures on the slow boat to Sulawesi. Passengers debarking in Nunukan stumbled down a steep, metal plank while porters loaded down with goods simultaneously attempted to squeeze and shove their way onto the ship. Unsurprising result: a big bottleneck and nobody moved. It was one of [...]
Asia is an increasingly popular destination for cycle touring. Bike the popular routes through Thailand or Laos, and you’ll cross paths with other two-wheeled travelers on a daily basis. The destinations covered in this book see just a trickle of foreign cyclists. And it’s certainly not for a lack of great riding spots. These four [...]
I’m guessing many of you would like to set off on a long-distance cycle tour. Someday. You’re just not quite sure when. At the moment, your focus is elsewhere. Perhaps your career is taking off. Maybe you’ve just begun a promising new relationship. You might even be toying with the idea of taking on a [...]
We’ve had travel insurance since day one of our round the world bicycle tour. Being insured is important to us for a couple of reasons. Quality Healthcare Costs add up Quickly A surprising number of cyclists and travelers we meet choose not to purchase travel insurance. Their logic is that healthcare in developing countries is [...]
This is a guest post from British cyclist Dominic Luther of OneBikeOneWorld. Venezuela is a fascinating country with its fair share of problems, but definitely worth a visit. The very noticeable prevailing winds come from the east, so if you start in the Gran Sabana you’ll get a delightful tailwind blowing you across the country. [...]
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We're Amaya and Eric, two ordinary people who gave up regular lives to become bicycle nomads and cycle around the world. Since 2006, our two-wheeled journey has taken us 145,000 kilometers through 96 countries on 6 continents.
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- Burkina Faso
- Central America: Part 1
- Central America: Part 2
- Equatorial Guinea
- Ethiopia-Part 1
- Ethiopia-Part 2
- Europe: 2009 return
- Guinea Bissau
- India-Part 1
- India-Part 2
- Malawi-Part 1
- Malawi-Part 2
- Mexico-Part 1
- Mexico-Part 2
- Middle East-Part 1
- Middle East-Part 2
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa and Lesotho
- South Africa and Swaziland
- South Africa-Part 1
- USA-Central States
- USA-East Coast
- USA-Pacific Coast
- USA-Pacific Northwest
- USA-Southern States
- USA-Western States
- Western Sahara