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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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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008: Marielle Jauring | Making the Most Out of Short Bike Tours + Tips for Female Solo Bike Tourists

In Episode 008 of Bike Tour Adventures, I had the chance to talk with Marielle Jauring, a Swedish cyclist, snowboarder and surfer that goes on short bike tours, allowing her to divide her time between all her favourite sports. Listen as she shares her adventures and provides invaluable tips for females that are considering going on a solo bike tour.

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007: Ben Leo Hollis | Environmentalist, Humanist and Feminist at 18 Years Old + Tips For Young Bike Tourers

In Episode 007 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Ben, an 18 year old that is cycling from the UK to Australia during a gap year. He talks about his passion for biology and saving the rainforest, the rise of islamophobia and education for young women. Also, check out his tips for young people that may be thinking to do a bike tour.

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006 Spanish Version: Enamorarse mientras viajamos en bicicleta + ¿Por qué es increíble pedalear en Tailandia?

En el episodio 006 de Bike Tour Adventures, entrevisto a Felipe y conozco cómo conoció a una niña iraní a través del sitio web de Warmshowers, decidió hacer una gira en el sudeste asiático y ahora se va a casar.

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006 Farsi Version: دوچرخه سواری بانوی ایرانی علی رغم نوسانات ارزی و مشکلات ویزا

در اپیزود ۶ پادکست، من با مریم درباره سفرش با دوچرخه به جنوب شرق آسیا صحبت کردم. مریم برای ما از برنامه ریزی سفر، مشکلات ویزای ویتنام و سخت گیری های ورود به کامبوج خواهد گفت.

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006: Felipe and Maryam | Love Through WarmShowers + Best Parts of Cycling in Thailand

In this Episode 006 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to interview a Mexican and Iranian couple that met through the Warmshowers website, went on a tour together and are now getting married. Tune in to hear their story and to find out why they love cycling in Thailand so much.

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005: Matthew Galat | Adding Fuel to Life: Ja Yoe! + Tips for Cycling in China

In Episode 005 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the opportunity to meet and interview Matthew Galat, a lifestyle and touring YouTube vlogger. Matt shares his story on how he decided to do a 15-20 year trike tour around the world and shares advice for other bike tourers on cycling in China.

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004: Scott Sharick | It’s Never Too Late to go on a Bike Tour + Tips For Cycling in Bangladesh

In episode 004 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Scott Sharick, an American that decided to quit his job and cycle around the world after suffering a stroke. His views on life, love of cycling, and immersion into local cultures will surely keep you entertained.

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