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Posts Tagged ‘central asia’

Hannah & Phil

Posted March 2nd, 2012

“We’re complete novice cyclists who last year decided to cycle the Silk Route on a whim. One year on and we’re still going: headed to Singapore.”

Read more: www.spoontravel.blogspot.com

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Angela & Stephane

Posted October 5th, 2011

Ange & Stef

We are an Anglo-French couple cycling from Poland to New Zealand, via Europe, Central Asia, South East Asia and Australia!

“I (Stephane) am a keen cyclist back home and although I had to use my negotiating skills to convince Angela to come along on this trip she is now loving it!”

Follow Angela & Stephane at: www.ouestef.net

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Sam & Francesca

Posted September 15th, 2011

Sam and Francesca

“We are Sam and Francesca, and we’re pedalling from London to China and beyond for a year or so. We are avid cyclists in London and have taken that ethos to the roads of the world. We have passed through 20 countries, ranging from chilly Europe to inferno Central Asia.”

See Sam & Francesca’s blog: www.odycycle.wordpress.com

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Christine McDonald

Posted September 10th, 2011

Christine McDonald

“I didn’t even own a bike when I was 23 and decided I wanted to try bike touring. I borrowed one, bought the cheapest panniers I could find, took an overnight bus to my starting point and explored my home province of British Colombia for a month.”

“I was hooked after that and convinced a girlfriend of mine to buy a bike and join me for a 6 month trip down the U.S. west coast, the Baja peninsula, and then around Peru, Bolivia and Argentina.”

“The two of us did another trip through Kyrgyztan and Tajikistan where we ran into some very cold weather in the Pamir mountains! Generally, we love dirt roads, high mountains and getting away from civilization on our bikes. We’re trying out a change of pace this fall, though, with a tour around sunny, warm Cuba :)”

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Katja & Stuart

Posted November 22nd, 2010

Katja & Stuart

Stuart and Katja cycled through Kyrgyzstan.

“Traveling by bike meant that it was so much easier to get in contact with local people. Kids would come running from their yurts just to shake our hands or have their picture taken,” they say.

Next, they’re planning to go bike touring in New Zealand and to cycle from Lhasa to Kathmandu.

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