Tales about vegan cyclists who love taking the path less travelled. 

In the Australian summer of 2012, a couple in their mid-twenties took off on the adventure of a life time.

They bought a tandem bicycle, loaded it with only their essential belongings (plus a paraglider) and took off to see the world (or 28 countries at least).

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After 14 months, 25,000 kilometres and more punctures than they dared count, the pair arrived back in their home town. But they were never again the same.

The furniture in their storage unit felt like waste, driving a car was like being trapped and their hipster skinny jeans were too tight on their bulky legs.

Work was inevitable but there was no going back to their ‘old life.’ They had new perspectives and new ideas.

And so the couple began dreaming of a life of adventures together….

At 3770 metres asl

This is us: Ashley and Laura. And no, we do not own a multi-million dollar clothing brand.

At the moment we’re busy planning an EPIC adventure in the Indian Himalayas… so hit subscribe if you want to come along for the ride!

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  1. Be careful. Today Peter Root and Mary Thompson dead: Round-The-World UK Cyclists Killed In Road Accident In Thailand.
    A British couple’s round-the-world cycling odyssey ended in tragedy when both of them were killed in a road accident in Thailand.

    Peter Root and Mary Thompson, who had been chronicling their journey in a blog, died Wednesday when they were hit by a pickup truck in a province east of Bangkok, Thai police said Monday.

    The couple, both 34 and from Guernsey in the Channel Islands, left Britain in July 2011 and had cycled through Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and China.