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 “Small 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.

Restaurant graphics

April 25, 2015

Loved the contrast of cycling through the stark white Omani desert then suddenly coming across a coffee shop with its colorful pop art graphics that depicted various culinary delights.


Green bike rack (photo archive 2009)

April 22, 2015


Steep descent

April 19, 2015

Heading down a mountain road in Oman.


Camping near the mountains

April 16, 2015


Gas station

April 13, 2015

The most important buildings in Oman for cycle tourists and they are even marked on the road maps.

So a typical day’s destination wasn’t a town but a gas station where we knew we could get cold drinks and food. (Most of the stations even had a coffee shop next to them.)

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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