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50 Ways to Cycle the World

By (author) Tristan Bogaard
By (author) Belén Castelló


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  • 50 unique cycling trip stories from 70 cyclists that will inform and inspire
  • Answers to over 700 questions that relate to bike travel around the world
  • Beautiful photography combined with practical advice
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50 Ways to Cycle the World is the kind of book you’d give to a friend or family member who’s considering cycling somewhere in the world but feels that there are too many obstacles to overcome. 50 Ways encapsulates 50 unique cycling projects accomplished by 75 cyclists from 23 countries. It serves as the ultimate visual guide and encyclopedia to travelling by bicycle no matter what your personal situation is. You’ll find impressive, powerful, emotional and incredibly fun stories on almost every page, accompanied by the beautiful and inspiring photography shot all over our planet by the many cyclists who’ve shared their cycling stories.

Want to know what it’s like to cycle alone, with a dog or a cat, with kids, or with strangers you meet on the road? Or how to travel by tandem, folding bicycle, e-bike or on a bamboo frame? Or maybe you’re simply in need of that last little push over the doorstep, inspired by those who’ve seen the world by bike. Featuring over 400 revealing questions and answers, we’re sure 50 Ways to Cycle the World will tell you exactly what you need to know in order to overcome whatever is holding you back from starting out on your big adventure.

About the Author

Belén Castelló and Tristan Bogaard are photographers and avid travellers. They specialise in all things related to bicycle travel, from photo- and videography to writing and speaking. Their greatest wish? Getting as many people on bicycles as possible.

Lannoo Publishers
10th May 2021
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
280 mm x 230 mm
336 Pages
380 color, 40 b&w
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