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Posts Tagged ‘europe’

Don Fohler

Posted February 24th, 2012

Don Fohler

“I have breathed the air since 1963. Although I have lived some days on this planet, I still do not have always a clear vision about my life! Regardless, hiking at home and around the world on foot as backpacker or by bicycle is one of my permanent life values, as is photography. In 2008 I decided to make my first long trip on a bicycle: a 72-day solo trip through Turkey and Persia. It was one of the most powerful experiences I had.”

See Don’s blog: www.dofo.blog.cz

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Arian & Monieke

Posted January 22nd, 2012

Arian & Moniek

“After a few holidays on bikes, we realized that there’s no more freedom than that. In 2009 we cycled all over Denmark and in 2010 to Vietnam. Both totally different but both extremely beautiful to cycle!”

“Due to these trips we decided to cycle to Sydney Australia, starting on 3 March 2012 in Breda, the Netherlands. The trip of our lifetime!!! Yahoo!!!”

Follow Arian & Monieke at World By Bike.

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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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Jeremie Blais

Posted September 10th, 2011

Jeremie Blais

“After four years of hosting cyclists in Canada, I just couldn’t take it anymore and had to embark on an epic adventure of my own. I started in Stockholm and continued zig-zagging across Europe the long way around. I told my family I would be home for Christmas. I failed to tell them which Christmas. I’ll go back… someday.”

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