How to Ride Around the World on a Bicycle

Have you ever thought about leaving everything and embarking on an adventure of a lifetime by cycling the world? If so, now is the perfect time to follow your dream. The most important thing you need is desire and willingness to actually cycle away; the money, equipment, training and all the other essentials will come along easily. Therefore, if you don’t know how to spread your wings and fly, check out the following suggestions that will help you make your wish come true and cycle the world.

Research

Once you’ve decided that you want to cycle around the world, it’s time to learn about all the possibilities, risks, routes and everything in between. While it’s a good idea to spend a couple of weeks, or even months, gathering all the information, you could also leave immediately and be spontaneous. However, if that’s not your cup of tea, make sure you find out everything you need to know about equipment, visas, border crossings, routes, seasons, budgets and timescales.

chain-1609623_960_720Train

Every athlete needs a good warm-up before they start doing anything physically demanding. The same goes for cycling around the world. This strenuous adventure will require you to be in a good shape, so it’s a good idea to start working out even months before you start cycling around the world. Hitting the gym twice a day is a good solution. However, cycling every day for several hours might be an even better option.

Save money

It’s hard to imagine a trip around the world without money, so you should be prepared for some serious savings during the year. Whether you choose to save money for a year, or just sell everything you own in a month and leave for the world, you’ll do great. Eating bread and jam, sleeping roughly and finding your way around unknown territory can be refreshing and exhilarating. Once you notice that the cash is running out, use some of your skills to earn more money and make this adventure truly unforgettable.

electric-1721390_960_720Get a good equipment

Having a high quality transportation vehicle is vital for your trip around the world. Get a state of the art Bosch eBike bicycle for the safest and wildest ride of your life. What’s more, be sure to invest in a light tent, reliable stove, waterproof essentials and anything else that might come in handy during your adventure.

Plan a route

If you’re one of those people who like to keep everything organised and well-planned, you might want to think about planning a route for your cycling trip. Putting all the destinations on paper will make the trip much easier for you, and maybe even more interesting. However, when you hear the word “adventure,” planning is rarely the first thing that comes to mind. Therefore, forget all about planned destinations and let your heart lead you wherever you feel like going.

Set a goal

Having a clear goal in mind before starting any project serves as a great motivation for finishing it. For example, you could aim to break a record on your world tour and have even more fun than you would have originally. Nevertheless, even if you just want to enjoy the ride and relax while you cycle, it can still be as much fun as if you were about to become the next best ultra-distance cyclist in the world.

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Cycling around the world can be extremely fun, but also risky and challenging. Therefore, it’s vital that you prepare yourself for anything that might await you on the biggest adventure of your life. Make sure you do the research, train regularly before the trip, save enough money, get the quality equipment, choose the route and set a goal that will keep you going no matter what.

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