My toolkit for cycling around the world.

My toolkit for cycling around the world.

How many tools do you need to bring when you go tour cycling? This is a question that I often discuss with fellow tour cyclists and here is my 5 cents about toolkits for tour cycling.

More »

I spend the past week cycling around Madeira. And here are some of my experiences and some tips and advice, for those who wish to go cycling around Madeira.

Cycling around Madeira.

Cycling around Madeira.

More »

On the road, from Angkor Wat to Saigon.

On the road, from Angkor Wat to Saigon.

A few impressions and stories from my bicycle trip from Angkor Wat to Saigon.

More »

Vietnam and Cambodia are cycling countries.

Vietnam and Cambodia are cycling countries.

In countries like Vietnam and Cambodia, most people can not afford to buy a truck. Or even a car. But a scooter or a bicycle is within reach of most ordinary citizens. I think that one of the most fascinating aspects of visiting Vietnam and Cambodia, is to watch the street scene. Just sit and watch what creativity that the locals use 2 wheels to carry the whole family. As well as the whatever they have been buying or selling that day.

More »

Cambodian girls cycling home from school. Cycling in Cambodia is for everyone.

Cambodian girls cycling home from school. Cycling in Cambodia is for everyone.

The following tips and advice is based on 4 cross country tours I have done by bicycle in Cambodia over the past 13 years. Plus another dozen visits to the country because of work. So I feel that I have a pretty good idea about what it’s like to go cycling in Cambodia, so here is my 5 cents.

More »