Contact Us / Speaking

During our journey we enjoyed presenting to children and adults in India, China and South Korea and now that the journey is over we’d like to share our trip with more schools and community groups. After travelling around the world on a tandem we’ve got plenty of stories to tell, some observations to share and a huge stack of photos for you to enjoy which we hope will be inspiring and enjoyable for a wide variety of audiences.

We can tailor our presentation to suit different age groups and durations of 30 minutes or more. We can also cover specific themes to suit your syllabus or interests depending upon what you’d like to get out of the talk.

If you’d like us to come and visit then please get in touch with an outline of your requirements.

We’d love to hear from you if you’d like to get in touch about anything else too! You can email us at or fill out the form below.

Don Bosco School assembly, Silchar, India
Taking assembly at the 7th Day Adventist School, Borobish, India
The students at the Yuanling school, China
Children at the NLCS, Jeju Island, South Korea
Presenting to a group of triathletes in Bristol

Comments from audience members after a talk in Bristol, February 2017

What an inspirational trip, thank you for sharing such an amazing experience” JB

“These guys have such a passion for where they’ve visited, who they’ve met, what they ate and drank, the roads they rode. They speak with such humour and humility that at times you find yourself thinking that it’s something you could do yourself. Then reality bites as you leave afterwards!” JH

 

2 thoughts on “Contact Us / Speaking

  1. Hello! I have enjoyed reading your blog and am currently on my own cycling trip east towards Vietnam. I have just arrived to Baku and am working on arranging transport to aktau just as you did. I am wondering if you have any contacts I may be able to reach out to in order to help? I would appreciate any advice or suggestions! Peace, Kyla

    1. Hi Kyla, Hopefully you’ve made the trip across the Caspian by now but if not then your best bet is to visit the ticket office in person and keep pestering them to get information on the next boat. We have details of how to find it in our blog post.
      Happy riding and enjoy Central Asia!

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