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Our route

We planned our route long before we set off on this cycling adventure – however as we arrive in each country we tend to ask the local people the best way to ride through. We have found local knowledge the best way to see a country and therefore we are often following a less trodden path and the information is up to date.

Below are some very technical maps of our journey so far. For a list of countries please visit our stats page and if paper maps and a biro is not really your thing then please visit our GPS – track us page.

Europe into Turkey:




South America


North America


North America, Canada and Alaska


9 Comments leave one →
  1. Bill permalink
    May 31, 2012 3:06 pm

    I live in the middle, by straight line, between Oslo and Stockholm.
    -Open door policy for fellow cycletourists at my home and can offer advice on cycling in Scandinavia.
    If interested, send me an email.

  2. louis bartlett permalink
    June 13, 2012 9:58 am

    Hi Tim & Sharon, what an AB FAB tour you have ahead!
    Any human biomechanical issues crop up along the way, i may be able to shed some light.
    All the very best,
    louis ( osteo. )

    • June 14, 2012 3:31 pm

      thanks louis It means alot hope your well and enjoying your rides have a great summer
      regards tim and sharon

  3. Matt McMenemy permalink
    July 31, 2012 9:31 pm

    Hey Tim and Sharon.
    Good for you guys the tour is going so well.I’m sure the teabags and marmite are loooong gone.But,without doubt you’ll be replenished en route by folks who understand that both are integral to a healthy state of mind.
    All the very best,and we’ll be following your progress.
    Matt,Gry,Jonas og Elias

    • August 4, 2012 4:29 pm

      Hi all
      great to hear from you, you will be surprised to hear we still have about 5 tea bags left and half the marmite. we use them as a treat 🙂 It was such a nice surprise and it all makes our trip much more enjoyable , we hope your enjoying our blog and you all have a great summer
      all our best Tim and Sharon

  4. Andy permalink
    August 20, 2012 8:46 am

    Hi Tim and Sharon
    It was great to meet you in Hamburg a lttle while ago. Very jealous of your adventure. Finished my 155km race yesterday in 4h23m-very happy. It was 35 deg though- phew wot a scorcher!. Good luck with the rest, and remember- there are no bad times, just ‘experiences’ to talk about later. Cheers, Andy

    • August 29, 2012 10:13 am

      Hi Andy

      It was great to meet you too – thanks for the directions, we were beginning to think the path didn’t exist! Well done on your race time, sounds tough especially in that heat.

      Sharon and Tim

  5. Hailey Fisher permalink
    October 18, 2012 12:52 pm

    Wow, how amazing are you guys. Came back to work looking forward to a catch up and gossip, to discover your half way round the world on a bike. Very proud and excited to be ready your blogs. Big love to you. Hailey xxx

    • November 1, 2012 4:58 pm

      Hello you!! So so great to hear from you and that you’re followng the blog. Yes- must have been a suprise when you heard what we’re up to! All good – feels like my life at DDS is a million miles away. How’s your little one? I hope returning to work isn’t too much of a shock to the system. Massive hug, S xxxxxxx

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