In episode 038 of The Cycling Europe Podcast, Andrew Sykes spoke to a number of travellers about their experiences of cycling The Hebridean Way. Now it’s his turn to get onto his bicycle, Wanda, and cycle from Vatersay in the south to Lewis in the north along one of Britain’s most spectacular rides. In part 1 of this episode of the podcast he travelled from the island of Vatersay to the island of Berneray. In this second part of the podcast we see him complete his journey across the Isles of Harris and Lewis to the Butt of Lewis and the end of the Hebridean Way.
Where can I listen?
You can also listen directly via CyclingEurope.org:
Find out more about Andrew Sykes’ journey along the Hebridean Way by visiting the Hebridean Way pages of CyclingEurope.org. To listen to episode 38 of The Cycling Europe Podcast, which includes interviews with writers, travellers and cyclists about their experiences of The Hebridean way, follow this link. For more details about episode 039 part 1 (Vatersay to Berneray), follow this link.
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Details of all previous episodes of the podcast can be found on the podcast page of CyclingEurope.org.
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