Round the world blogging

Cycle-touring, Expeditions, Adventures, Major cycle routes NOT LeJoG (see other special board)
DaleFTW
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby DaleFTW » 20 Oct 2013, 10:30pm

This is my mates blog - http://whoohooimawaynowork.com/

His writing usually has me in kinks, so should be a laugh.

DaleFTW
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby DaleFTW » 23 Oct 2013, 6:44pm

Nice to see Emily Chappell is back.

Phil66
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby Phil66 » 31 Oct 2013, 6:07pm

Has anybody mentioned this one yet by Jin Jeong, a Korean girl currently in Africa somewhere,

https://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=1&doc_id=9722&v=2wi

She's barking mad, in a nice way, and struggles from one miss hap to another. That said she is also pretty amazing, to be able to pick herself up, brush her self down and crack on with things.

I really enjoy her photographs.

22camels
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby 22camels » 31 Oct 2013, 6:37pm

Have to agree that is one incredible blog, it's just been updated now for the first time in a month, really good.

mdh
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Re: Round the world blogging

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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby jjpeterberger » 21 Mar 2014, 12:17am

My wife and I will be leaving in early June on a 14 month trip that will likely cover parts of Scandanavia, Europe, Australia, NZ, SE Asia and the US. We have a blog going at Peterberger Bike Adventures and the nuts and bolts will be updated at Off On A Bike Ride.

Fell free to stop by and say hello!

Enjoy the ride,
Jay
Peterberger Bike Adventures

Fast enough to get there...slow enough to see

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Farawayvisions
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby Farawayvisions » 21 Mar 2014, 7:46am

I did a bikepacking trip in Morocco recently - in the Atlas Mountains. (Not the really really high stuff, but high enough to puff and pant a lot). The thing is, I'm pretty new to cycling and have the joie de vivre of a 25 year old even though I'm a granny. I love how the pace matches my previous sailing adventures. Slow and gentle.

I write about cycling near and far. Please pop over. You might like it. http://www.farawayvisions.com/

PS. Thank you for taking the time to read.

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bigjim
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby bigjim » 21 Mar 2014, 2:56pm

My blog is totally not about long distance cycling.
I've no idea how people stay away for so long or have the motivation to just keep on slogging away.
Sometimes I envy their freedom but then I sit down with a warm brew and think. Naahh.. Not for me.

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Marco Panettone
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby Marco Panettone » 29 Apr 2014, 5:46pm

Less of a full on blog with 3,000 word entries that no-one but my mum reads but I do have a public page on Facebook all about my round the world ride. I'm two years into it so far and have about another 20 months to go.

See below for the link.
My round the world ride: I Were Right About That Saddle Though

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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby mrjemm » 29 Apr 2014, 6:30pm

Marco Panettone wrote:Less of a full on blog with 3,000 word entries that no-one but my mum reads but I do have a public page on Facebook all about my round the world ride. I'm two years into it so far and have about another 20 months to go.

See below for the link.


Yellow pages ad, circa... some time in the 80s? :wink:

pal
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Re: Round the world blogging

Postby pal » 30 Apr 2014, 8:03am

I'm very much enjoying this one (they're about half way round the world now...): http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=1&doc_id=12217&v=1ZY