Adventure

The Cycling Europe Podcast: Episode 005 Now Available

Ready to be transported to a street in Egypt? Read on…

The new podcast has actually been available to listen to for a few days here at CyclingEurope.org (via that button over there on the right or perhaps way down at the bottom if you’re on your phone) but there was a slight delay with it hitting iTunes and other podcast providers due to technical issues. But all good things come to those who wait and it’s now there! So, what’s in store when you listen? Well, a slightly different podcast this time as much of the hour of auditory pleasure is devoted to one person; Tim Moss. Here’s how he is described on his website, TheNextChallenge.org:

“Tim Moss is a British adventurer. He’s been on lots of expeditions all over the world and supported over 100 other adventures across all seven continents. He believes that adventure should be available to all, regardless of background, expertise, money or time.”

Tim_Moss_2You may remember that a few weeks ago I met Tim in Saltaire near Bradford for a chat about his new book, With The Sun on Our Right, which was published this very weekend at The Cycle Touring Festival (see earlier posts). You can read a little about our encounter in this post of CyclingEurope.org where you can also hear a short extract from the podcast.

The other focus of May’s podcast is a cycle I took recently along routes 66 and 69 of the National Cycle Network. You can read more about that in this post, again, with a short extract to entice you into listening to the full podcast.

As for Egypt… listen to the podcast!

More details about all the podcasts can be found on their dedicated page of CyclingEurope.org.


Header image credit: By risastla from Netherlands (A bicycle ride in Caïro) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

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