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The World in 80 Days – Cross-continental Cycle Touring

  • Mar 17, 2014 · 6:15 PM

What’s it all about?
Have you ever seen those cyclists with bags all over their bikes and wondered, where are they going? What adventures have they had? Do you need to plan a lot or be fit to do that?

What will we cover?
Dispel misconceptions about independent travel. Amazing benefits of cycle touring. Complications and pot holes along the way. How best to prepare for a tour. Who will be teaching?
Greg Browning is a true lover of adventure on two wheels. Although an English language teacher by trade, his main passion is in cycle touring. Having started touring by bike in 2007, he’s already cycled in over 30 countries, including a 17-month journey from England to Australia. Arid deserts, lack of common language for weeks on end, hours in the saddle, staying with strangers, these are all regular activities that he experienced on a day-to-day basis. And it doesn’t end there, he’s currently setting up a cycle touring company in Russia.

Please register if you are interested
http://brisbane.lanewaylearning.com/classes/cycle_touring/

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi used to go camping with my kids they are older now so it will be good to do again with company

    March 17, 2014

  • Gael N.

    I can vouch for the amazing delights of cycle touring, having done many tours in Australia and NZ this way for 10 years between 1998 and 2008. There is nothing quite like that feeling of self sufficiency as you take off with panniers fully packed, with a sense of adventure and open to whatever comes your way. :-)

    March 14, 2014

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