As time has rolled on by I’ve contributed words, stories and passages to a lorra lorra books out there. Here’s a list of some of them – they are all superb.
If you fancy curling up with one of them, it’d be ace if you clicked on the link beneath the book, because that means that this author will get a little slice of the purchase-pie. Every little helps.
GRAND ADVENTURES – by Alastair Humphreys
Alastair Humphreys shines a spotlight on the real-life things that get in the way: stuff like time, money or your other commitments. Grand Adventures is also crammed with hard-won wisdom from people who have actually been there and done that: by boat and boot, car and kayak, bicycle and motorbike.
THE ATLAS OF ADVENTURE – By Lonely Planet
An encyclopedia for thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies, featuring the best outdoor experiences, country-by-country, across the world – making it the ultimate introduction to an exciting new world of adventure. I imparted some wisdom on cycle touring in Argentina, the USA and Germany for this book.
ADVENTURE CYCLE TOURING HANDBOOK – By Neil and Harriet Pike
Written by friends of mine Neil and Harriet Pike (aka the ‘Pikes on bikes’) this is an indispensable guide for anyone planning (or dreaming) about taking their bicycle on a long-distance adventure. This comprehensive guide will make that dream a reality whether it’s cycling from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, across Asia, around Australia or the length of Africa.