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Third Day of Biking: the stuff of our bones

In my experience, Day Threes are always hard.

Sure enough, it hit us first thing in the morning. A bad wake-up. Maybe it was a sodium hangover — too much ramen and hot dogs the day before. 1,890 more words


Cycling and Hiking Zion National Park

It was a cool morning when I ate the last of my 5th Bagel with cream cheese and washed it down with my 4th coffee courtesy of the buffet breakfast at my super cheap hotel in Vegas. 1,545 more words

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Route 12 to the far east - Phitsanulok to Khon Kaen, Thailand, and beyond

Heading East
Leaving Phitsanulok, heading east toward Laos, only one road was laying in front of us. Route 12. Going through forests, national parks and hills (lots !!!), this road would be our nemesis for the next couple of weeks. 1,140 more words


Bicycle Maintenance: Getting Rid of Rust

Rust has been a problem since the first bicycles. It works it way into hard-to-reach places and can be the death of a bicycle. If you regularly clean your bike, or have non-steel based components, then you can easily keep this to a minimum. 557 more words


The Highs And Lows of Cycle Touring

First published 2006 by Ministry of Sound Online (Travel Section)

Bournemouth to Bombay by bike. Lowri Clarke reports from the saddle.

Ok. So, the plan was an ambitious one. 1,428 more words


Marooned: The Non-Cyclists of Greymouth

There are eight of us now.  Eight sad, trapped cyclists.

The middle-aged Dutch couple with the super-expensive adventure touring bikes.  The American lads with their soaked gear.  581 more words

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Professor Gül - 30th Oct

We are sitting on a cargo ship bound for Kazakhstan. I don’t think I can fully convey my feelings of relief this evening at being onboard this small ship somewhere in the Caspian Sea. 1,100 more words

Cycle To The East