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Rhino Cam #01 – First report from the road

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No idea why I chose to film this while climbing up the biggest and steepest hill of the day. We’ll hopefully get better at these…

On the road at last

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After months of planning and some frantic last minute preparations we have finally got underway. It wasn’t the most auspicious of starts. We departed Trafalgar Square just as the heavens opened and the… Continue reading

New route planned to avoid Ukraine

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We’ve had to make a few changes to our route. Unfortunately the Ukraine/Russia conflict doesn’t look like it’s going to resolve itself anytime soon. It’s hard to guess what’s going to happen next… Continue reading

12 man-tips for cycling around the world

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12 pieces of wisdom that have got us this far and will hopefully stand us in good stead throughout the trip… Go with the decision that will make for a good story. No… Continue reading

A Shameful Record: Offical 2013 South African Rhino Poaching Stats

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Originally posted on The International Rhino Foundation Blog:
The numbers are in. The government of South Africa recently announced that a record 1,004 rhinos were poached last year, up from 668 animals in…

Where will be the toughest part of the route?

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Tricky question to answer given there are so many factors that could contribute to a part of the route being ‘tough’. But based on what we know Western China doesn’t sound like a great… Continue reading

The Bikes

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For the bike geeks here’s what we’re riding: Frame: Pearson’s  ‘I may be some time’ (Reynolds 631 steel tubing) Rims: Mavic A319, 36 spokes, re-enforced, hand built Hubs: Hope Pro III Tyres:  Schwalbe… Continue reading

Just Text to Donate…

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You can now easily donate straight to our fundraising page by texting the code “RFRN55” and an amount of £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070. e.g “RFRN55 £10” You can… Continue reading

Ride with us…

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We know quitting your job isn’t for everyone so we don’t expect anyone to join us for the whole trip, but it would be great to have some friendly faces to ride with… Continue reading