2014-2016 Round the world by tandem

In total we pedalled 47,062km and visited 46 countries:
England, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Greece, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, China, North Korea,South Korea, Japan, Canada, USA, Portugal, Spain, France (for the 2nd time), England (for the 2nd time).

The start of the blog is here: Bristol to Lübeck; The First 2 Weeks

    2018 Cuba

    14 days. 1200km/740miles

    Blog: Santiago de Cuba to Havana

    2022 Land’s End to John O’Groats

    30 days, 2250km/1400miles

    Blog: BogLEJOG : Land’s End to John O’Groats by Bikes and Packrafts

    2023 Uganda

    32 days, 2000km/1215miles

    Start of the blog: Uganda pt.1 Entebbe to Sipi


    21 thoughts on “Routes

    1. Day 11: I find it drier if I camp “on a beach, by a lake” rather than “by a beach, on a lake”!

    2. Hey team tandem.
      What day is Perth scheduled? Just want to pencil it in and get the barbecue ready.
      Keep the dispatches coming.

      1. Should be around day 712 I would think, so maybe don’t light the barbie just yet.
        Hope life down under is treating you well.

    3. Hey Marcus & Kirsty

      I see you are well and truly on your way! Crunchy dinner in the sand dunes rings a bell 🙂 as do many of your other observations. I hope your bottoms are ‘settling in’ and that you have plenty of Sudocrem.

      Lynne & Dave

    4. Two bikers seen in Turku, Finland, today! Was nice to meet you both and looking forward to see your beautiful photos and interesting stories 😀

    5. Afternoon.. The joys of being dyslexic! I’ve just been reading someone’s blog all about “she’s not texting me back”… I told the bloke to get a life and come and join you in the Balkans.. Let us know when you need the sleeping bags so I can clean the puppy poo off the hood…

      1. You try getting Marcus to slow down! It’s not that easy. But we are planning on hanging out in Greece for a month or so in January while the weather is bad

    6. Where are you going now you can’t go through Iran? Are you going to ride through Afghanistan?

    7. Hi
      At kathmandu airport waiting flights back to Dublin. Then bus to Bangor.
      Keep the wheels turning and dont forget I want to buy the book.
      Your photos are super. As i live near the Chain Reaction store, if you need bike parts email me. No Royal Mail…UPS or other delivery service.
      Live your dream.

      1. Thanks Robert, hope you make it home safely. If there’s a book you’ll be sure to get a signed copy!

      1. Hi Bokul,
        Thanks for getting in touch. Yes, we really enjoyed meeting you too. It was a shame we couldn’t stay longer.

    8. Wow – you guys are certainly much faster travelling in tandem! (must be the scary downhills). I’m following you very slowly. Going Granny Pace.

      1. Hi Christina, Thanks for your message. We really enjoyed meeting them too! Such kind and generous people and an evening we’ll remember long after the end of our trip.

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