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The Cycling Europe Podcast is back and for this first episode of 2024 we have a triple-whammy of cycling-themed chats and stories. The EuroVelo network is now 26 years old but it’s not resting on its laurels. Agathe Daudibon of the European Cyclists’... more
Tim Sanders holds the accolade of being one of only two people to have attended every single Cycle Touring Festival since the event first appeared on the calendar in 2015. During this year’s event in Clitheroe he spoke to The Cycling Europe Podcast n... more
In 2017, novice long-distance cyclist Craig Fee set off on a continental odyssey to cycle from London to his friend’s wedding in Florence, Italy. But had he bitten off more than he could chew? In his new book, Cycling Into The Unknown, he tells the s... more
Very good podcast! I listen to it all the time while I ride my bike or train on the exercise bike I recently purchased here https://himalybike.com/. A very convenient himaly mini exercise bike that can be carried even by hand.
As someone who’s longest European cycling trip is 611km, it is inspiring to listen to someone who’s dialed it up so many notches from there. Inspiring podcast! I will definitely be purchasing your book about your 4500km cycle tour around France as soon as it comes out.
Andrew’s passion for seeing the world from the bike has led to him producing a fantastically informative podcast snd website. Also he replies to individual questions sharing his broad knowledge and experience. Highly recommended.
Having cycle toured as a kid in the 80’s, and from from Geneve to Rhodes in 2009, this year (2022) I completed the c2c, north Norfolk coast, a four day tour of Holland, and a 500km charity cycle ride through Malawi, Africa. I plan more trips next year, and a big trip at some point. I’ve got the taste for touring and love to listen to this podcast, it takes me right there as I walk the dog in the winter months. Great detail. Love it!
A thoroughly enjoyable listen full of insight, tips on where to stop off and stay, and it covers the simple joys of slow travel through the villages and towns on two wheels. It’s become my main reference tool in plotting my first cycling journey into France from Roscoff onwards. more
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