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Descending the single track of the Simien Mountains Ethiopia

Wild Tracks Ethiopia – The Movie

  Even if you’re not into mountain biking, I thought you might enjoy this short video I made of the expedition I joined to Ethiopia. It’s a six-min clip of a two-week adventure searching for the best single track in the Ethiopian highlands featuring a web of trails in a lush mountain range resembling a mix of […]

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Gelada Baboons in the Simien Mountains

Why Go? Mountain Bike Expedition Ethiopia

If I told you that my next trip is to an ecologically diverse country, lush and fertile with jungles, rivers, deafening waterfalls, tropical forests and mountain ranges that resemble a mix the Alps and the Grand Canyon, the last place you would probabaly think of is Ethiopia. Anyone who was old enough in the 80s […]

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Virgin footprints: Few outsiders have crossed the Showr Pass in the Afghan Pamir Mountains.

Trek Afghanistan – The Movie

Bilbo Baggins had some wise travel words for Frodo….   It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to. I thought of these words when I anxiously set off to trek Afghanistan’s Pamir Mountains. […]

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Trekking carnarvon gorge

Responsible Travel – Tips for Treading Lightly

  Remember when the average adventure-trip advert was aimed solely at an under 30 adrenaline junkie who wanted to yahoo around like a seven-year-old who’s had one too many tubes of smarties? Thankfully these days, adventure is marketed more widely than jumping off a bridge with a giant elastic band tied to your ankles. Now we’re encouraged to take a challenge, […]

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Talking on the telly about cycling adventure travel

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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