Buying A New Touring Bike? Want A Free Business Class Flight With That?

Yes, you read that correctly. Buy a new touring bike; get a free business class flight. (Or two.) Pretty good deal, yes? This lunacy is actually a classic example of travel hacking. I’ve been experimenting with its various techniques for the last year or so, and I’d like to share what I’ve learned —…

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A Completely Foolproof Financial Plan For Funding Big Adventures & Travelling The World

Today’s guest post has been put together by the very clever Ramona Marks, who is far more financially literate than I and thus far more qualified to write this, the ultimate guide to financial planning for big adventures. She’s living proof that it works, too. Take it away, Ramona… You…

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Casting Bicycle Touring As A Sporting Achievement Is Completely Missing The Point

Today’s guest post is from Victoria Cadman, who has completed several solo, long-distance bike journeys across Europe as part of an extremely ill-defined idea to explore the history of the continent. I asked her to write about the perception of cycling as a sporting endeavour, why transferring the goal-oriented mentality to travel…

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