280 Years, 196 Cyclists & 4,065,596 Kilometres — But What Does The Database Of Long-Distance Cycling Journeys Really Tell Us?

Tim & Laura‘s quantitative study of the achievements of nearly two hundred long-distance touring cyclists makes for some fascinating browsing. Who’d have guessed, for example, that the highest average monthly distance (9,673km) would be 41 times greater than the slowest (234km)? Who’d have guessed that 38% of these cyclists would have…

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New Travel & Adventure Books for October 2014

Every month I post a round-up of the reading material that’s passed through my world, some newly published, and some previously published but new to me. I spent much of the last month on the road in Central Europe (blogs upcoming), giving me a luxurious abundance of reading time. So…

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