February 9, 2019

I will need another visit to Georgia to understand what it is. For the week or so that I was there I noticed that it was a melting-pot of cultures; Russian, Turkik and yet also very European. 

Cycling through the country was challenging due to road conditions as t...

July 6, 2016

Link to interactive route map for here.

What do I have my mind on as I ride all day? 

Surely I must be thinking about something during my new 9-5 shift.

I do love the open road; moving at my own steam, in control of sticking to a plan whilst still immersed in an adventur...

June 23, 2016

 The quiet highway west out of Baku city. First hills in the distance.

 The first decent climb after a few months off of the saddle.

 The 'badlands' turned more fertile

 Moody rock formations

 The start of day two, and a nice view of the distant high Caucasus....

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Niamh & Matthew - We are teachers working internationally. We met in Togo, West Africa and most recently lived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. We both love to travel and visit new places - especially by bike.

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