As travelers, we came to bicycle touring late. What made us give up our backpacks and trade them in for panniers…
In a nutshell, we met an amazing group of intrepid cyclists in a cute little hostel in the capital of Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek, You can read all about it those life-changing decisions HERE.
So far we’ve completed 6 big tours, starting with a 7000 km “test run” across our home country, Australia. Since then we’ve done some serious km in Europe, North America, and had a mid-COVID ride from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
We’re not the oldest, the youngest, the fittest or the slowest out there on the road. We’re not hard core. We don’t feel the need to ride every km, nor stick it out in uncomfortable weather. But we do love the lifestyle and we’ve met hundreds of amazing people out enjoying this incredible mode of transport too.
Below you will find a summary of each tour and you can click on the link to learn more if you’re interested in reading about how it all panned out. Spoiler alert – some didn’t go quite as expected!
If you want to know more about our bicycles, riding, and camping gear, then head over to the BICYCLE TOURING BASICS page where you’ll find all the specs plus a heap of excellent resources to help you plan your own cycling tour.
Bicycle Touring Basics
Want to know more about how and why we started bicycle touring, the specifications of our bike, the gear we carry, and the organizations that help keep us safely on the road, then HEAD HERE!
Cycling Nth America – Pt 2
Not content that we’d had to stop the previous years because of wildfires, we headed back to try our hand at crossing the Rocky’s again. Were we successful? HEAD HERE to find out!
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