I haven’t had the chance to update the blog recently. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been riding…
Between living the good life on the farm in Palugo, the dirt road obsession continues. For the most part, I’ve been … [ Read More → ]
Sidetracked.com has just released its very first print issue; a collection of adventures and expeditions from around the world, of all shapes and sizes.
It’s a 132 page affair, beautifully laid out and – from the looks of things – … [ Read More → ]
Bunyan Velo is now in its fourth edition, and this latest instalment is as beautifully crafted as its predecessors. There’s plenty of it too; at 200 pages long, it will provide my tent-time reading for some days yet.
I’m delighted … [ Read More → ]
There’s a new issue of Bunyan Velo in town!
If you enjoyed Issue 1, you’ll be delighted to hear this latest instalment features more of the same vein in storytelling – a diverse and photo-rich collection of 14 tales … [ Read More → ]
Over winter, I made the long journey south to the land of Texans, with aspirations of bikepacking around Big Bend State Ranch – just across the river from Mexico.
The full story has just made it into the glossy pages … [ Read More → ]
A while ago I was contact by a German magazine, Fahrstil. I hadn’t heard about it before, but with its emphasis on bike culture, it sounded like a magazine I’d like to read.
Fast forward a few months and … [ Read More → ]
A lovely new, arty and independent bike magazine, Boneshaker, has a feature on bike touring. I’m pleased to have contributed a piece on the highs and lows of long distance travelling. Get yourself a copy here!
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