One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Portsmouth, UK to Madrid, Spain.
We once heard adventure described as, “a romantic name for suffering” and while we really enjoyed our two week bikepacking trip through northern Spain it often felt like the odds were stacked against us and it might have been easier … Read More
Europe 2020: New Bikes and New Adventures.
We’ve been thinking a lot about our Americas cycle trip since being back at home. The scale of what we achieved has only just started to sink in and we have so many fond memories of our time away that … Read More
No Rocks! Only snow! – Krakow and Zdiar
Although we’re currently planning our next cycling trip, we couldn’t resist a ski holiday in Europe with some friends before we left on our next adventure. It was cheaper to travel from London to Krakow so we decided to combine … Read More
Waterfront Trail and the Return Home: Toronto to England
On September 20th, 2017 we flew from Birmingham to Argentina and started what would be an epic 19 months in South America and 4 in North America. We didn’t have a plan, didn’t know how long we would be away … Read More
O, Canada! Montreal, QC to Newcastle, ON. 🇨🇦
Montreal was our first experience of Canada and it set the bar very high for the rest of the country to live up to but so far it hasn’t disappointed. The one thing that we hadn’t really considered when we … Read More
A Series of Unscripted Rides: New York City to Montreal, Canada
We are always saying how great the Warmshowers community is but it’s not just about the free place to stay. Whilst that is great, we love the social aspect of meeting new people, sharing delicious meals and hearing locals cycling … Read More
A Bridge, Two Ferries, Four States: Washington, DC to New York, NY
Firstly, this blog is super late, sorry about that. We’ve been busy. But read on to hear about our adventures in the Empire State. (We are actually further north already, check the map Here) We had imagined that the ride … Read More
Museums, Memorials and Presidents: Washington D.C.
No visit to the east coast of the USA would be complete without a trip to Washington D.C. and it was a big part of why we chose to ride the east coast of the US. Along with New York … Read More