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A Cyclist’s Week: Ann Wilson

Posted December 3rd, 2009

scenery1Ann Wilson is on our radar this week. She’s a British woman, recently retired and on a mission to pedal her way around the globe.

She’s already had to face having her precious custom-built bike stolen in Bulgaria, has made it through the Middle East and is now heading for India.

In this excerpt from her diary, Ann takes through the first days with her replacement bike Sofi as she continues through Bulgaria and on to Turkey. Along the way, she has to mend a few punctures and enjoys some local hospitality.

Read more in One Week on the Road with Ann Wilson.

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A Cyclist’s Week: Family On Bikes

Posted November 9th, 2009

familyonbikes1This week we join John, Nancy, Davy and Daryl as they attempt to complete the long journey down the Pan-American Highway. It’s been a lot of fun so far for this family but not always easy. Their most recent challenge has been dealing with ingrown toenails, which doesn’t sound so serious but is painful enough for Davy that the family is forced to change plans and find a place in South America where he can get surgery.

Read more in One Week With The Family On Bikes

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A Cyclist’s Week: Fin & Zoa

Posted October 26th, 2009

favs18Ever wondered what happens in a typical week on the road? We’re starting a new Cyclist’s Week series, where bike tourists from around the globe will share 7 days of their life on tour with us. Fin & Zoa, the Cycling Gypsies, kick things off with their week of autumn riding in Norway.

We think you’ll really enjoy their beautiful writing and photography as well as their insights into wild camping and touring with dogs. They have 2 furry friends on board – Jack and Paco – plus all the usual luggage.

One Week with Fin & Zoa

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