Podcast

Episode 018: Arthur Desclaux | Cycling the World on a Bamboo Bike + How Not To End Up In A Myanmar Prison

In Episode 018 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to speak with Arthur Descleux, a wood engineer that built his own bamboo bicycle, has toured the world for the last 2 years, and has loved the people he met throughout the entire journey, including those he met while spending time in a Myanmar prison.

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Episode 017: Tristan Ridley | From Bike Tourer to Bikepacker + Tips for Cycling the Middle East and Africa

In Episode 017 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to catch up with Tristan Ridley while he on a 100 country journey with the plan of cycling 100,000km. In this episode we talk about his original 13 month tour from New Zealand to the United Kingdom, his current tour, what he considers to be the best country for bike touring and what is the most dangerous country he has ridden in.

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Episode 016: Onion Adventure | Going on a 3-year Bike Tour and Returning Home with a Tiny House

In episode 016 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Vroni and Jonas, a.k.a, Oni-on-Adventure, and learn about their how a bike tour adventure with a work and travel visa turned into a 3-year expedition from New Zealand back to Germany.

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Episode 015 – Swag Family Hughes | Bike Touring With Children on Tandem Bikes

In Episode 015 of Bike Tour Adventures I interview the Swag Family Hughes as they take their two young children on a one year bike tour around Australia as a means of educating them about the country, learning the stories of people around the country and creating educational content that can be used in primary schools around the world.

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Episode 014: Matt and Becky | Post-Tour – Going Back to “Normal” Life + Tips for Riding the Pamir Highway

In episode 014, I speak with Matt Arnold and Becky Prince about their 1 year tour from the United Kingdom to Singapore. We talk about places they really loved along the way, things they would have done differently, how not to waste too much money before the tour even starts and what it’s like going back to “normal” life after the bike tour adventure.

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Episode 013: Jonas Deichman | From Bike Tourer to Ultra-Endurance Record Holder

In Episode 013 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Jonas Deichman, a German ultra-endurance cyclist and motivational speaker. During this interview we talk about how he went from being a guy that did an 18 month world tour to becoming a professional ultra-endurance racer, a holder of two world records for being the fastest to cycle across Eurasia from Portugal to Vladivostok, Russia and also for cycling from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to Ushuaia, Argentina following the Pan-American Highway.

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Episode 012: Sam Rice | Spirituality, Ayahuasca and a World Tour With No Destination

In Episode 12 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Sam Rice, who goes from nearly becoming an alcoholic to discovering spirituality and himself in the process, ultimately deciding to do a world bike tour while searching for answers.

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Episode 011: Davide Travelli | Bears in Alaska, Love in S. America and Police in Egypt

In Episode 11 of Bike Tour Adventures, Davide shares his story of how he flew to Alaska with zero experience and has now cycled Alaska to Patagonia, and S. Africa to Egypt.

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Episode 010: Harry and Roellie | Multiple Heart Bypasses and Bike Touring + Tips on Sponsorship

In Episode 010 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Harry and Roelie. They are a Dutch couple that cycled the Great Divide from San Diego to Banff, Canada and then realized they didn’t want to go back to regular life, and have since sold all their belongings and are now doing a world tour by bike.

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Episode 009: Walter Reich | 70 Year Old Biking Across Canada to Raise Awareness of Parkinson’s Disease

In Episode 009 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have a sit down with Walter Reich to talk about his bike tour across Canada. At 70 years old, he is still pounding out 100km days while being followed by his wife Regula in the RV. Walter talks about Parkinson’s awareness, the importance of early detection, and the need for being active and fit. 

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