Tag Archives: Will Lord
A low murmur in the distance. A rumble, accompanied by increasing vibrations. A chill shoots down the spine. The ever nearing sound of doom indicates only one thing. No matter how fast you pedal there is no escape. It moves … Continue reading
Having been warned by several Hungarians to avoid Serbia at all costs and with no rerouting option in the end we just had to take the plunge and hope for the best! We crossed the border and it was the … Continue reading
The next stage of the expedition was to continue east from Vienna and into Hungary, “the gateway to Eastern Europe” as one Austrian bloke put it. We would follow the Danube as far as Budapest and then cut directly south … Continue reading
We are now one month into our expedition and we hope (depending on how kind our routemaster Lobby is feeling) well over half the distance of our first leg from London to Istanbul. While we’ve talked through a few highlights … Continue reading
After spending a few days in Munich, we decided that we’d push on down to Vienna via Marktl – made famous for being the birthplace of Pope Benedict XVI (the one who recently stepped down). The day getting out of … Continue reading
As we leave Munich for the border with Austria it seems barely a couple of days since we first put rubber to German tarmac, and yet so much has happened, we’ve seen so much and met so many people. In … Continue reading
Evening cycle through the German countryside and we come across these local lads. Speakers, balloons and free beers all round. Ideal!
We are underway!! It seems like quite a long time ago that our team of four was cosying up in a two-man flat in Tooting preparing for this expedition, but really it’s only been slightly over a week. A lot … Continue reading
8 June – Nick and Will cycled from Cambridge to London, following in the tracks of the Tour de France riders from the day before. They were interviewed by BBC One Look East before making the 130km ride to London.