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Six Bridget Jones Inspired Tips for Talking on Live TV

There’s been a huge rise in corporate cycling recently and the folk at Sky News invited me on to their “Business Class” travel segment to have a powwow about my two-wheeled travel know-how. David Flynn, Editor of Australian Business Traveller, was in the hot seat before me to share his airline news analysis. When David walked into […]

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School girls playing soccer in Burma

Discover the Heart of Myanmar by Bike

A Tweep recently asked me to sum up my recent Myanmar mountain-bike trip in one sentence. The question made me think about the heart of the experience, which immediately gave me the answer: “Everything aches including my heart” Biking the back roads of Myanmar, from mountains to coast, was a golden journey of copper sunsets, smiling […]

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Bath Time With Buddha

One of my top tips when booking a bike trip is to arrive at the meeting point at least a day early. You’ll need a bit of contingency time if things don’t go to plan, But if all is well, the time won’t be wasted. Before you set off, it’s good to get to grips with the food, culture, a […]

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Cycling the Razorback into Bunyeroo Gorge (Image by Helmut Schoo)

Tips for Cycling The Mawson Trail

A few bumps and scrapes is a small price to pay for an epic experience. That’s what I told myself sat in Adelaide airport on my saddlesore ass admiring my swollen toe and cut chins after cycling one of Australia’s great bike trails. From the deep outback of the ancient Flinders Ranges to the world class […]

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