After spending 5 years living in Asia, Pip Stewart decided it was time to come home and so she cycled back to the UK. Late last year Pip cycled through Brazil and Peru to raise awareness of the plight of the Amazon forest.
In 2016 Laura Bingham set off on an extraordinary adventure to cross an entire continent by bicycle without any money. Little did she know before she set off into this moral minefield, how challenging it was just going to be?
In 2010, Doctor Stephen Fabes waved goodbye to his colleagues at the Hospital and set out on a six-year journey through 75 countries. His first stop was a pub down the road where he spent several hours pondering his decision.
In this episode I chat to Andrew Rogerson AKA The Cycling Scouser about his epic charity fuelled bicycle ride from Shanghai to Liverpool in aid of the Anthony Nolan charity and specifically for a young lad called Charlie Fearns. We talk about the importance of social media, cycling uphill, bad Chinese food, being held at gun point and football hooligans of all things.
In this week’s episode we chat with cycle tourist Jack Crisp. In 2014 Jack set off on an 18-month adventure heading south through the Americas from British Columbia to Patagonia. In this podcast Jack and I discuss the trials and tribulations of being a solo cyclist on an extended trip. We talk about trip intentions, social media and keeping a diary.