The story of how I saved money, quit my job, sold my possessions,
and set off to endlessly travel by bike around the world.
My 3 Books
I write, self publish and sell
books about touring
Where am I?
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Places I have been
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India and Neighbors
May 2010 to present
/ Canada / USA
May 2008 to April 2010
Sept 2007 to May 2008
Sept 2006 to Sept 2007
SE Asia / China
Nov 2004 to Sept 2006
June 2003 to June 2004
AZ, Mexico, and
March 2002 to April 2003
How I started
The 5 years before I left
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Equipment Pages Index
How Much to Bring and Weight
Advice About Advice
A Note to Perspective Sponsors and Gear Suppliers
more about Sponsorship)
HERE for Touring Bikes and Commuting Bicycles
Custom Touring Bicycles and Bike Upgrade Buyers Guide
Bicycle Touring Frames
Steel Repair Myth.
and Aluminum Derailleur Hanger Repair.
Bicycle Touring Wheels
Phil Wood: The Best Bicycle Hubs
Panniers / Bike Bags
Cargo Trailers Vs Panniers
Tires for Bike Tours..
Bicycle Touring Saddles.
Women's Specific Bike Touring Saddles
Brooks Leather Touring Bicycle Saddle Care and Conditioning
Touring Handlebars, Bar Ends, Adjustable Stems, and Padded Grips.
Sealed Cartridge Headsets
How to prevent flat tires
Bike Route Trails and Maps
Buying Camping Equipment
Tent and Ground
Pots and Pans
Solar Power for Camp
Bike Touring Shorts
Bicycle touring lights
Pictures of Equipment Failures
all 3 book)
and thumbnail pictures of New
South Wales NSW, Australia
(February 10 - April 24, 2007)
Jindabyne to Khancoban,
Australian Alps, New South
(February 10 - 17, 2007)
A sign for Brumbies (horses) in the national park got me interested in
seeing some, but they were not around.
Our campsite at Geehi Campground, my favorite place to camp.
A man fly fishing in the Geehi River near our campsite.
Cindie working on her journal at our campsite, people often wonder what I am
doing on the computer out here.
The Christmas 2006 fires burned these trees, they will recover because they are
eucalyptus or gum trees.
Trout in the Geehi River.
Cindie at Dead Horse Gap, about 1580 m or 5240 feet.
ski field and snow sports area,
(February 13, 2007)
Map of the Threadbo ski area.
The runs at Threadbo in the summer.
Downhill mountain bikes races are running next week and these guys, the one on
the right is a girl, are here to practice.
(February 17 - 21, 2007)
Tim poses with the big fish in Adaminaby, the trout fly fishing capital of
To say the least.
Tim put up his hammock in the Bradley Hut.
Clover flat Campground was closed because a large tree had fallen in the
roadway, we were able to camp there.
View from our tent at Khancoban Caravan Park.
A hawk or a kite?
Canberra to Sydney.
(February 26 - March 15, 2007)
The big Merino, Australia has all things big, this is in Goulburn.
Sea kayak going over a wave.
The culprit of my flat tire, I had two on the way out of Canberra.
The beach at Wollongong, surfers delight.
Tim fixing my broken chain, that you Tim that is a nasty greasy job yuk.
The new bridge is a beauty.
Cindie with our bikes on the train into Sydney.
Sydney to Diamond Head, Crowdy
Bay National Park
(March 27 - April 3, 2007)
Tim and Cindie with the Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge in the
Cindie at Seal Rocks, what a lovely place.
She enjoyed our company and we enjoyed hers.
Hey watch out for those gum trees, those branches fall.
This is a Goanna, a type of monitor lizard, he was so very cool, prehistoric.
Kangaroos like the beach too.
Cindie posing for Bridget at Myrall Lakes National Park, maybe one of these
photos will make the papers some day.
Port Macquarie to Nimbin
(April 11 - 17, 2007)
Pete fixing his trailer wheels.
Our road out of Hat Head National Park.
Our campsite near Crescent Head, it was a lovely but wet place.
Nimbin to Mount Nimbil Lodge
Campground Gold Coast, Australia
View of the Spring brook Mountains.
Tim and Jerry holding a carpet python found on Jerry's property. He was
9.5 feet long.
We think this is a trap door spider web.
Cindie editing our second book.
The Gold Coast.
Mt Nimbil Lodge campground.
9-15-06 to 9-15-07
Tips & Advice
Tools and Spares
Pots and Pans
Preventing Flat Tires
Bike Touring Shorts
Have Learned On The Road
Injustice of Poverty
Much MORE Gear Here!
Cycle Touring Racks
Tents and ground