Video highlights from six years biking around the world

Apologies if you’d been expecting my monthly update and got radio-silence… It was the first time I’ve missed a blog post in the last seven years. My excuse is that I’ve been embroiled in all manner of projects since coming back and the blog had to take a back seat. But I will continue to post here.

Last weekend I was at the exciting Cycle Touring Festival giving a presentation about my world ride as well as a number of how-to talks, alongside superstars of the cycle touring world. It was a lot of fun. For Londoners – I’m speaking again at an Explorers Connect event on Thursday 16th June in the Prince of Wales pub, Covent Garden. You will need to buy a ticket in advance (there will be none on the door) and they’re limited, so get one here.

I’ve also been putting together a couple of videos. The one below focuses on some of the highlights of my trip, and for me, that meant people.

When I speak to audiences about my ride, there’s a general lusting for the bad stuff – men with guns, tropical diseases, the worst food, brushes with death. But I think this video is more representative of the experience of cycling around the world, and I’m sure it will prove more popular than my ‘scary-stuff’ one (to come)…

Cycling The Six: High Times from Stephen Fabes on Vimeo.

 

 

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    Dylan Reynolds

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    Good tunes too. Well done Steve – have enjoyed following your progress and good to meet you in Oz too.

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    Anonymous

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    What a ride!!!

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    Tilda

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    How great to have been able to follow you on your path around the world! Thanks for great inspiration and amazing picutres and films! Your are truly spreading love with your jurney, connecting people!

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    cyclist_fiona

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    Really inspirational. I have done some touring, and my parents were also keen tourers, cycling 18,000 miles around the world back in the 80’s. I am keen to do something similar in the future.

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