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it is a great idea. take 2 in one electric bicycle it would help you alot to travel long distance. and yeah dont forget to charge the battery full. if you are facing problems with batteries than go through this guide..
I'm looking for travel companions. Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam 17.02.20 - 23.04.20

Hello friends, I am going to take a two-month ride in SouthEast Asia. If you are there, we can get together. You can join me just for 1 hour or even a whole week. My itinerary is:

1) Thailand 17.02 - 10.03
Bangkok - Surasak (+Ko Siachang island) - Pattaya (+a few other islands probably) - Trat (+Ko Chang island) - Ban Hat lek (Border check point)

2) Cambodia 10.03 - 9.04

Cham Yam - Preah Sihanouk (+ Koh Rong island) -by train- Pnom penh -by boat or bus- Sem Reap - Pnom phen - Vietnam Border (Krong Bavet or probably Xa Mat)

3) Vietnam 9.04 - 23.04
Krong Bavet or Xa Mat border check point - Ho Chi Minh city - Nha Trang.

This itinerary is on unchanging, I am going to spend a couple of days on each island and big city (Ho Chi Minh, Siem Reap etc).   Link to Google maps route

My name is Bogdan, I'm Russian, professional musician by trade and free traveller by mindset. I have big experience in bicycle travelling, all necessary equipment, I usually ride about 50 - 80 km per day, it depends on circumstances (my reccord is 205).

I have already had all documents, visas and even fly tickets on me. I'll defenately be there, I can easely correct my route to match it with yours.

Write to me for questioning in Whatsapp +7922-120-50-31 (the best option) or via mail

You can see or even subscribe to my Instagram:

Youtube channel:
The Bicycle / Is this a good tutorial to install a bike shift lever?
« Last post by NewYorkBiker on August 06, 2019, 06:49:37 AM »

I am looking to install one and need a good tutorial. let me know what you guys think of this one and if not what you would recommend.
Need a Bicycle Touring Partner? / Boston: Short Cape Cod Overnighter
« Last post by happycycling on May 01, 2019, 09:40:16 AM »
Anyone interested?  It’s 85 miles from Plymouth to Provincetown and you can ride both ways or ferry back.  Tentatively May 17-19
Need a Bicycle Touring Partner? / Re: Europe this summer--3000 miles in a month
« Last post by Vistler on April 27, 2019, 12:33:04 PM »
3000 Miles in 1 month??? What's the point? At this rate, I'd be better off at home on a indoor training bike watching National Geographic! That's where you see the two types of bicycle tourism. Some prefer bike to cover as many miles as possible while others bike to giro d'italia 2019 route map and to meet people. I am not saying one is better than the other but I am definitely one of those who take their time to enjoy wherever they are...
Ok, I got it.
My name is Joe (27 year old male) and I am a full-time engineer, triathlete, & world traveler. I founded and run a blog & company that helps people discover fitness at home and maintain it on the road. I recently completed my precision nutrition certification, and I have completed multiple triathlons.

On August 20th, I am quitting my job to begin my first cross country bike tour. I am riding in down the East Coast along the Atlantic Coast route and across the country on the Southern Tier route to inspire and teach others to start their fitness journey. I will begin in Hartford Connecticut to set out on this open ended journey. I want to stop and meet with small groups to uncover why people have a hard time living a healthy lifestyle. My hope is to inspire people to integrate healthier habits into their lives while focusing on activities they're passionate about.

I would love to meet up with anyone along the way to help spread this message. If you know any groups that are trying to live healthy, it would be awesome if you could shoot them my way. Also, I would be happy to ride with anyone for any part of my journey or to meet up along the way.

Age and riding ability are not super important to me. I only want some to stop and enjoy locations by hiking or seeing some city sights. Right now I am planning on 60+ miles a day, but that could change.

Hey! How about now?
Need a Bicycle Touring Partner? / Re: Alaska
« Last post by annajane on October 30, 2018, 12:23:00 PM »
I am Italian guy leaving from Prodhoe bay in July to Vancouver , looking for a bicycle partner.....anyone ??
All the best
I'm interested!
The Bicycle / Re: UK and Europe Cycling tour, looking for a cycling partner
« Last post by taffaler on September 22, 2018, 07:46:31 AM »
Hello all fellow cyclists,

I am from the kingdom of the himalayas, Nepal, I have been cycling there since my childhood, Currently I am in the Uk and I am planning to go for a UK and Europe cycling tour. Please suggest me the best route and the other information. I am looking for some cycling partners as well who can join me some or all parts of the journey. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks.
Are you still interested?
The Bicycle / Re: wheels and recent travelers
« Last post by kazden on August 22, 2018, 06:44:14 AM »
Are you still interested in ausopenclub? I do.
The Bicycle / Re: A touring wheel that can carry heavy load
« Last post by mirallas on June 21, 2018, 01:52:42 PM »

Mavic 721's w/ 36 spoke Chris King hubs never even had the thought of an issue with wheels.

They never let me down.
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