Laura Pollitt and Paddy Mottram are keen cyclists in the final planning stages of a circular cycle tour of South America. On their blog, Pedalling About, the couple shares stories from the trials and triumphs of tour planning and training
Roland and Belinda Hinmueller began an epic ride on the Pan American Highway in July 2009. 17 months and 30,000 kilometers later, they reached their ultimate destination: Ushuaia, Argentina. This is an excellent blog to consult if you’re dreaming of
Joost Notenboom and Michiel Roodenburg are on a mission to transport one bottle of icy Alaskan water from the Beaufort Sea 30,000 kilometers across the Americas down to the chilly seas surrounding Tierra del Fuego. And their mode of transport? Bamboo
Charlotte and Ned are on a pedal-powered journey, cycling thousands of miles from Vancouver to South America. On route they’re visiting farms and food projects, getting their hands dirty and hoping to contribute to the lively debate around sustainable farming.
Hanna is a seasoned traveler who has replaced her backpack with bicycle panniers and decided to cycle the Americas. A trained journalist, she’s a pro at capturing the beauty of bicycle touring, allowing us to cycle right along beside her
The term Bicycle Adventure is thrown around a lot these days. Riding the Spine is one of the few tours that truly lives up to the label. In fact, Riding the Spine has developed almost a cult following within the
Family on Bikes is the site to search if you’re interested in embarking your family on a bicycle adventure. Nancy Vogel, the driving force behind this website, has put together a vast amount of information covering everything from home schooling
Pikes on Bikes is a great site for well-told travel tales, inspiring photography and help planning a South America bicycle trip. The Pikes, Brits Harriet and Neil, have put together a well-organized site which makes finding what you’re looking for