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Andy Davidson  says:

The Long Ride Home

In 2009 Nathan Millward set off from Sydney, Australia on an old Australian Post bike called Dot with the hope of one day reaching England. Over the following nine months he rode 23,000 miles, through 18 countries and at a cruising speed of less than 40 miles-per-hour. What separates this trip from most is that it was done with two days of...

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TomRR

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TomRR says:

well done fella

I think there are time when we all want to do a ride on a simple easy to run / fix bike,, this is real biking, spot on fella.. Full respect,,,. lets face it modern Bikes are way too complicated to try to mend on the road side...

.... KISS,,,, Keep- It -Simple -Stupid....

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mcrmike

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mcrmike says:

Read

Bought two copies last year,excellent read,recommend it .......except to some of the people who post on this site who might find it interlectually challenging?

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TomRR

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TomRR says:

eh

why two,,,

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romford4

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romford4 says:

Eh

What no fancy GS1200? Support vehicles? Film Crew? Medic?  Emergency rations?  Satellite phone?  'Fixers'?  Translators?  GPS? 

Forget The Long Way Round and The Long Way Down.  This is The Long Way Up and it's the real deal.  Good on ya chappie!

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trumpet675

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trumpet675 says:

Long ride home

Need more of these people about on this planet ,like a previous posting this guy done this with no back up ,fair play to him ,love t.o do something like this one day ,maybe when I paid the ex misses of and me new fat mortgage I had to take on when it all went tits up ,ho hum ,you never know might win the lotto and I'll be off like a racing snake!Happy new year to all keep smiling

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Goulash

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Goulash says:

The real deal

Utmost respect for this guy, this is how to do it for real, no GS or similar, a real bike for a real rider. Top man!!

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