The high Himalaya looms large in cyclists’ lore. Over the years we’ve been privy to plenty of tales of ferocious headwinds, debilitating altitude sickness, and freak summer snowstorms. Finally it was our turn to ride some of the world’s highest
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
One of the things I enjoy most about bicycle touring is the chance to capture images of all the interesting people of the world. Here are some of those individuals: For more images from around the world check out
In celebration of cycling through all six inhabited continents, we’ve created a FREE Celebrating Cycle Touring e-Book. We hope this free e-book will inspire you to set off on your own two-wheeled tour!
2012 has been a good year for us. It is, quite possibly, the only year I haven’t seriously contemplated giving up this bicycle touring gig. The year began on the hazardous Chinese highways (with a missing passport no less!) and
One of the best parts of an extended bike tour is the luxury of time. Time to take it slow, drink in the landscape and stop for a chat. But sometimes bureaucracy forces you to slow down. That’s our current
A collection of our favorite photos from our time bicycle touring in Laos.
Laos is the current darling of Southeast Asia and it’s not hard to figure out why. Sure the scenery is stunning, thick tropical jungle and fast-flowing rivers, and there’s certainly plenty of culture in this temple-dotted land, but what really