I was told by a vet that Maria was healthy, but I had a bad feeling and was cycling her to Dogs in Brazil shelter, some 400 km away, to get a second opinion I trusted. Read Maria’s Story Here. A few days into our journey I passed through a tiny village and stopped by the roadside
3 YEARS OF CYCLING ADVENTURES AROUND THE WORLD (VIDEO)
I’ve packed 3 years of cycling adventures around the world into this 2.3 min video – I hope you enjoy and are inspired to begin your own adventures, big or small, alone or with friends. I’m having a fab time exploring the great outdoors with Maria around Denny, a small country town in Scotland …
Brazil is the only country I’ve bicycle toured so far, where I didn’t feel safe enough to wild camp and it was this reason I arrived at night to an empty campsite in Marataizes; a seaside town 500 km bike ride north of Rio de Janeiro famous for it’s pineapple plantations. The petrol station I
Maria and Murphy the two dogs I rescued whilst cycling Brazil arrive to Scotland tomorrow! I am so incredibly excited. I have no idea how I will sleep! Murphy had been shot and is missing an ear and an eye and still has shot gun pellets inside. When I found Murphy he was covered in
The Adventure Syndicate is a one stop website full of inspiration and encouragement from female cyclists up to all sorts of incredible adventures. These women want to inspire, want to encourage and want to enable other women, young or old, to realise what they are capable of. The only limits that exist are those that you place on yourself.
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To celebrate International Women’s Day, I am sharing with you all this week, the WOMEN I find inspiring. First up I want to introduce you to a Mother and Daughter who TOMORROW are embarking on a world tour on their bicycles! You WILL want to follow their journey on their website and blog: [ilink url=”http://www.pointsonamap.net/”
Happy New Year Everyone! Get those bucket lists out and mark your calendar when the next item is being ticked off. Time passes so quickly. 1 month gone already! I have 3 bucket list items I’m ticking off this year … … so life for 2017 is looking something like this; Adventure Achievement is nothing.
Review: The Kibo Bicycle Stanforth Bikes I used the Kibo from Stanforth Bikes to ride 5000 km of Chile & Argentina, 2000 km across Bolivia and another 2000 km across Brazil. Included in this ride was crossing the Andes Mountain Range, the high altitude Bolivian Altiplano, the worlds largest salt plain – Salar de Uyuni, the Atlantic Cloud Forest,
Cycling the world on my own is every day a new experience of foreign cultures, landscapes, cuisines and languages but what do I miss most when I’m out on the road? The Top 10 Things I Miss When I’m Cycling the World are: The People I Love Understanding what People Say to Me &
The history of women and cycling is a fascinating subject for all women who love riding their bikes. But it’s also essential in understanding why there are women in the world today fighting for their right to cycle. The greatest cycling movement for western women took place in the 1890’s of the Victorian era. This
Cycling the world means you stop living life with loved ones and start living life with strangers. Being surrounded by strangers is not a new experience for me. At 16 years old life was giving me a hammering and I was in foster care being looked after by strangers. I spent more time contemplating suicide