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Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggie

Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggie (Paperback)

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Meet Andrew: French teacher, writer and long-distance cyclist.



Now, meet Reggie, his bike.



With two European cycling adventures already under his belt, Andrew was ready for a new challenge. Exchanging his job as a teacher in Oxfordshire for an expedition on Reggie the bike, he set off on his most daring trip yet: a journey from Tarifa in Spain to Nordkapp in Norway - from Europe's geographical south to its northernmost point.



Join the duo as they take on an epic journey across nearly 8000 km of Europe, through mountains, valleys, forests and the open road, proving that no matter where you're headed, life on two wheels is full of surprises.

BiographyTrue storiesTrue stories of heroism, endurance & survivalSport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationCyclingTravel & MapsTravel writing Publisher: Summersdale Publishers Publication Date: 11/05/2017 ISBN-13: 9781849539906  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Andrew P. Sykes is a writer and cyclist. He is also a lover of those quirky, humorous travelogues that meander comically from one minor adventure to the next, and so writing about his own cycling adventures seemed the natural thing for him to do. When not writing and travelling, Andrew edits a popular cycling website, CyclingEurope.org, where you will find more information about his journeys and cycling and travel in general. For more details, visit apsykes.com, the Cycling Europe on a Bike Called Reggie Facebook page, and follow Andrew on Twitter @CyclingEurope.

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