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Andrew is currently in Cadiz, Spain trying to improve his Spanish.

However in early April 2015 he will be travelling once again, on a bike called Reggie of course, from the southern tip of the European mainland at Tarifa in Spain to the northernmost point at Nordkapp in Norway.

You can follow his journey at CyclingEurope.org/latestnews and find details of his route here. Comments on CyclingEurope.org are always welcome (although if it’s your first comment it will have to be authorised so don’t worry if it doesn’t appear immediately).

Alternatively you can interact with Andrew via the Cycling Europe Facebook page or via Twitter (not forgetting Instagram, Flickr and YouTube of course!). If you’d like to offer him a bed for the night or a patch of grass for his tent he’s even on Warmshowers. There’s no escape…

The final book of the European cycling trilogy will be published in 2016


BBC-Radio-LogoListen to Andrew ‘s discussion with Martin Kelner by following this link (available until 18/3/15)


What they are saying about ‘Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie’:

“Andrew P. Sykes once again delivers a wryly amusing and inspirational account of his travels on Reggie” “A brilliant book, I can’t put it down… excellent writing style and plenty of humour” “I found his writing made me want to keep turning the pages. His self-deprecating and dry, delightful wit are a joy” “Beautifully written with natural wit and a view on life that anyone, not just cyclists, can associate with.”

Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie and Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie recount the author’s continental cycling journeys of 2010 and 2013 respectively. 

: eBook/Kindle & paperback
 : paperback
 : iBook 
 : eBook 

“Inspired by Olympic athletes, secondary school teacher & naive touring cyclist Andrew Sykes set off on a trans-continental cycling adventure from his home in southern England along pilgrimage route to Rome & beyond. A comical tale recounting the highs & lows of six weeks in the saddle, for cyclists and non-cyclists alike!”Screen Shot 2013-08-31 at 12.17.37

As you are looking around the site, click play below, leave this window open and listen to my BBC interview recorded at the end of August 2011. Enjoy!

Andrew

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