Andrew completed his journey from Tarifa to Nordkapp at 12 noon on Tuesday 28th July. He’s now making his way back to the UK via a Hurtigruten ship to Bergen, a few ferries and a couple of trains. He hopes to be back home in Yorkshire by August 10th at which point he’ll start to think about writing the third and final book in the European cycling trilogy, tentatively named (until someone suggests a better title), Heading North on a Bike Called Reggie…
The ‘wonderful, witty, inspirational’ cycling travelogues ‘Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie‘ and ‘Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie‘ can be downloaded for just £2.99 / $3.99 / €3.99 on Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks and Kobo (scroll down for links). The books are also available in paperback.
The final book of the European cycling trilogy will be published in 2016
Listen to Andrew ‘s discussion with Martin Kelner about cycling, travel and music by following this link
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.”
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“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!”