Film Blog: I might live to regret saying this, but…

A word or two about this whole film thing, while it’s still a hot topic. (Warning – this post may contain ranting.) It was never my idea to video my bike trips. Andy gets full credit (blame?) for that. I was seriously unconvinced that it was worth the bother and…

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Janapar: A Long-Awaited Title (Thanks To You)

Writing and filming the bloody thing was the easy bit. After months of fruitless pondering and a last-minute flurry of readers’ ideas from Turn to Tom’s Bike Trip: What Not To Do If You Want To Cycle Round The World, it was only last night I finally decided on a…

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London From An Adventure Cyclist’s Viewpoint

A suitcase and a bicycle were the extent of my luggage for my recent ‘move’ to London (what – no panniers?!). The suitcase contained more camping gear than clothes. And the clothes were mainly of the breathable / waterproof / thermal / quick-drying variety. I’ve already bivvied inside Zone One.…

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A Day To Move Beyond Fossil Fuels

Cycling legend Kim Nguyen, the tenacious chap behind the Ride Planet Earth bicycle journey from Australia to Copenhagen for the COP15 conference, has been hard at work since finishing his epic ride. He’s asked me to help him promote Moving Planet, a day of action on September 24th (that’s this…

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Film Blog: The Results Are In, And The Title Is…

…well, that’s the thing – I don’t think we’re quite there yet. So I’m extending the deadline as far as physically possible – this Friday. More than 60 70 80 90 100 comments have been posted in the discussion so far, an overwhelming amount of input and thought, for which I…

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