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UK - ROMANIA: An epic adventure!

Endurance Adventure Luke Wood Free event
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Hi, I'm Luke. I'm 19 years old and I love to ride my bike. I'm currently living and working in Cluj-Napoca, Romania but grew up in Suffolk, England. I have a bike here, but my real road bike is back at my parents place in the UK. I want to bring it here to ride during the summer, and what better way to get it here than riding it! 

I will be taking a flight back to the UK at the start of March, spending a week or so with my parents then starting my trip back to my life in Cluj. Starting early March I will be riding from UK to Romania. I will cross Dover - Calais, ride to Cologne, down the Rhine, along the Danube to Budapest, then to Oradea and finishing in Cluj-Napoca. I will be traveling ultra light, riding a road bike and only camping under a tarp or couchsurfing. I aim to cover 100 km a day, almost every day and complete the ~2400 km trip in about a month. 

I have previous experience in long distance cycle touring and am prepared for a serious adventure. If you are interested in joining me for part or all of my trip and are fit, ambitious and up for an adventure then get in touch. You don't need fancy equipment, lots of money or experience; just a good attitude, a bike and a smile.

Saturday, 10. March 2018 until Tuesday, 10. April 2018 09:00 - 19:00 (GMT +00:00)

Blue Ridge Parkway-Charlottesville-TransAm to Mississippi River

Endurance Adventure Robbie Sweetser Free event
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 3

Blue Ridge Parkway-Charlottesville-Adventure Cycling TransAm to Missippii River

Tuesday, 01. May 2018 until Friday, 15. June 2018 10:00 - 19:00 (GMT +01:00)

Europe May-July 2018

Endurance Adventure Igor Premus Free event
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 5

I'm a Croatian living in Republic of Ireland, and in May I plan to cycle half of Europe, starting in Wexford by taking a ferry to Roscoff, France. I have no fixed plans and no end date as yet, so I will take each day as it comes. 

Here is link to my route  https://www.bikemap.net/en/r/4260925 

If this cycle tour is something you would like to join me on, please do get in touch!

Saturday, 26. May 2018 until Saturday, 30. June 2018 09:00 - 19:00 (GMT +01:00)

Karakorum Highway

Endurance Adventure vedat vural Free event
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 2

Starting from Osh where I have finished my Pamir Highway crossing last year, I would like to continue towards Kashgar/China direction and follow G314 (Tashkurgan direction), which becomes Karakorum Highway in Pakistan. This the highest route of the world! Planning to finish in New Delhi.

If this sounds like a bicycle tour you would like to get involved with, please sign up and we can sort out the finer details.

Friday, 01. June 2018 until Monday, 31. December 2018 09:00 - 19:00 (GMT +01:00)

From Bratislava, Slovakia to Black Sea on EuroVELO6

Endurance Adventure Miroslav Slezak Free event
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: Unlimited

Hi people!

I am looking for long-distance bikers who want to discover and bike. It would the final stage of my Eurovelo 6 trip, which I started last June 2017 – biking from Atlantic Ocean to Bratislava (2492kms in 14 days).

Anybody to join me?

Thursday, 28. June 2018 until Saturday, 14. July 2018 09:00 - 19:00 (GMT +01:00)

Cycle touring across all continents

Endurance Adventure Lokodi Zsolt Free event
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: Unlimited

For a number of years now I have contemplated the idea of cycling around the world. I kept putting it off for this or that reason; not enough money, too much planning, logistical hindrances, a delay in future career choices, and so on. Then I realised that there’s another way. One, that is called social cycling. The core concept is the same, cycling across all continents of the world, but with some modifications. I would try to achieve this goal by relying on the support of hundreds or even thousands of people. Because there’s power in unity. And involving as many people in this endeavour and presenting it as a common achievement comes almost as an equal reward for everyone. Wherever you cycle, especially in the developed areas of the world, there are cycle clubs and fellow cycling enthusiasts. Many people would be willing to cycle a leg or two of a great journey. A series of micro adventures would constitute one truly grand adventure (I’m quoting Alastair Humphreys here somewhat). 

Working on the details of such a trip seems extremely overwhelming. But then again, there are always people who are willing to help with something, fundraising, sponsorship, organising logistical details, networking, updating social media platforms, outreach ,media, filming, photography, creative writing, etcetera. People from various corporate backgrounds would want to do a leg or two to promote their companies. As far as I’m aware and correct me if I’m wrong, something like this hasn’t been attempted before. So some adventurous and committed people could step forward and go all the way; this would constitute the core group of cycle tourers. Those willing to cycle for the various legs of the journey can fundraise for various causes and organisations, or just do it for fun. Those who don’t feel like cycling but still want to get involved could offer their professional support. Besides the primary goal that is a grand around the world cycle journey, there’s also a secondary objective. That is visiting undeveloped and impoverished areas of the world and raising funds to support and encourage schoolchildren to cycle. This would require donations, and what better donation is there than a brand new or even a second hand bicycle! And what better reward there is then to see a group of smiling children cycling together. (Cycling and social inclusion) I consider this cycle journey as a catalyst for a larger movement promoting health, travel and the involvement of local cultures. So everyone out there who’s a keen cyclist, please help me with your ideas, advice, thought processes. Challenge my idea from left and right. But remember, that the emphasis is not on the problem, it’s on the solution. Suggestions for names for this project are very welcome. An online platform is necessary, and so is a rock solid website (these will follow soon after most ideas are thoroughly hammered out). I have also considered a trial run, where a group of like minded individuals would popularise the concept by say cycling from London to Paris on a weekend.

Tuesday, 21. August 2018 until Friday, 21. February 2020 09:00 - 07:44 (GMT +01:00)
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