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  • Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie

    One continent, 6000 kilometres, ten countries, nine weeks, four pannier bags, one man, no detailed plan... and a bike called Reggie.Secondary school teacher Andrew Sykes moves out of the classroom, climbs onto his bicycle and sets off along the route of the EuroVelo 8, from the southern tip of Greece to the Atlantic coast of Portugal.However, this is more than just a cycling tale of border ... Read more

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  • Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie

    The academic year must have been a difficult one as when the summer holidays arrived, secondary school teacher Andrew Sykes was happy to do as little as possible. But while sitting on his sofa watching the exploits of the cyclists at the Great Wall of China at the Beijing Olympics, he realised the error of his ways and resolved to put a bit more adventure into his life. Two years later, ... Read more

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  • Bicycles, Boats and Bagpipes

    A Cycle Ride through the Outer Hebrides and the west coast of Scotland

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    Having cycled the length and breadth of the British mainland, it was time for a change. After seeing a little blue cycle route sign on the west coast of Scotland, Julia was struck with inspiration. The islands of the Outer Hebrides beckoned. There was just one problem, her boyfriend wanted to go too! Looking on the bright side he could be responsible for navigating and could take most of the ... Read more

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  • Dividing the Great

    by John Metcalfe ...
    Kindle bestseller in US TravelThe Great Divide is America's premier long distance mountain bike route. It is the longest unbroken mountain bike route in the world and was included in National Geographic's list of the 50 most amazing places on earth. The route makes its way 2500 miles from Canada to Mexico as it crisscrosses the Continental Divide.Metcalfe and his riding buddy JK are mountain ... Read more

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  • Blazing Bicycle Saddles

    by James Clarke ...
    This true and very funny story involving six colleagues, some retired, proves the saying that we never really grow up - we just learn how to behave in public.On a sudden whim six men, mostly writers, decided to embark on a 1 000 kilometre cycle ride down the River Danube believing it would be downhill all the way. This was the first of many assumptions that proved to be not terribly correct.None ... Read more

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  • An Italian Village: a perspective on life beside Lake Como (Italian Trilogy Series Volume Two)

    by Paul Wright ...
    "An insightful and often funny depiction of Italian Life” Hannah McIntyre, The Italian Insider MagazineIn this, the follow up to his successful debut book, ‘An Italian Home’, artist Paul Wright describes Italian village life and his regular dialogue with a group of retired men who are mostly from the catering trade. Punctuated with work adventures beyond the village boundaries for all manner of ... Read more

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  • The SolarCycle Diaries : "So, um, tell me again why we're cycling through the Sahara in June..."

    In 2010 Susie Wheeldon and Jamie Vining rolled back into London complete with stings, bites, leathery skin and thighs of steel. With their co-rider, Iain Henderson, they had set out nine months earlier on a 12,000 mile round the world bike ride, promoting solar power and being tracked using solar nanotechnology.Only, as Google maps and your thumb are not the most precise tools with which to plan a ... Read more

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  • Riding into The Sunrise: Recollections of A Bicycle Journey across Russia

    Spring 1993. 14 months earlier the USSR had collapsed and with Russia accessible once more Gregory Yeoman and his expedition companions set off on their bicycles to ride from the Baltic to the Pacific. Over 153 days they encountered wild landscapes, wild people, crumbling hotels and Siberia’s two cheeses on an extraordinary adventure through a nation finding itself after 70 years of Communism. ... Read more

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  • Bicycles, Beer and Black Forest Gateau

    Cycling down the River Rhine from source to sea.

    by julia r may ...
    Not many people would consider cycling hundreds miles through Europe to be a relaxing holiday. Mike certainly didn’t. But Julia did, she was peculiar that way. There was a challenge to be had in following the River Rhine from its source high in the Swiss Alps, through Germany, France and the Netherlands to the North Sea. But if Mike could not be convinced by mention of the varied scenery, the ... Read more

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  • Cycling Across England

    A Sea to Sea Ride

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    Two women, two bikes, no backup on a Sea to Sea adventure.At the beginning of the twenty-first century two friends set off to cycle from coast to coast across England. For one, it was to be the first of many long distance cycle rides.Cycling Across England is an account of the fun, the food, the mountains, the moorlands and the mathematics the two friends encountered along the way. From the Irish ... Read more

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  • Pedals, Panniers and Punctures

    One woman, one bike and no backup on a unique End to End Adventure

    Cycling the End to End is so much more than just sitting on something no bigger than, and as hard as, the sole plate of an iron and pedalling, as Julia was to discover. Every experience seemed to be about extremes: Cornish hills, Cheshire plains, busy Devon lanes, empty highland roads, downpours, droughts, smooth cycle tracks, hazardous cattle grids, psychedelic B&Bs and homely hostels. And when ... Read more

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