In 2010 we pedaled off on a multi-year trip to photograph the diverse bicycle cultures, capture the experience of traveling on two wheels, and shoot new “Little Red Cyclist” images. You can follow our journey via this blog.

Note: the articles don’t follow our trip “real time” and are approximately two years behind our present location.

Swollen

July 31, 2015

After waking up and discovering that I couldn’t open my right eye I looked over at Paul but he just sat there with a big grin on his face.  I asked him why he was laughing and it turned out that he had woken up with a very swollen male private part and was very worried about it.  Now that he had seen my closed right eyelid – he knew that the swelling was just via a bug bite.


Omani coffee shops

July 28, 2015

The true architectural landmarks of Oman.  They are run by guest workers from the Indian subcontinent and seem to be the main source of food for the country.

 


A free new eBook!

July 26, 2015

We have just placed online our newest photo eBook Little Red Cyclist

The images in this book show what it feels like to be a small and humble cyclist pedaling through the enormous, overpowering landscapes of the world.

Download it here


Paris bike mural (photo archive 2009)

July 25, 2015


Wind block

July 22, 2015

Maybe not the most scenic spot – but it was a great place to camp!

Categories

Cycle touring photos

Bicycle culture photos

Quotes

Panoramas

Videos

Earlier journeys

Bicycle touring photography tips

Guest photographers cycle touring

Guest bicycle culture

 

Countries

America

Bangladesh

Cambodia

China

Europe

India

Indian Himalayas

Laos

Malaysia

Morocco

Myanmar

Nepal

Oman

Singapore

Thailand

 

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