Bike Friday Owners Travelling the World by Bike Friday Bikes
Here at Bike Friday, we feel like we make a pretty great bike…but we should because we love what we do. It’s easy for us to tell you how great they are, but we would rather let our amazing customers do this for you so you are able to believe the stories. Below is a list of blogs from Bike Friday owners going all over the world doing amazing things.
Bike Friday owners with Big Hearts and tiny wheels.
The Flying Fox: Fox On Lead
About Fox On Lead:
Thanks for visiting our FOX ON A LEAD.
In Aug 2017 we quit our jobs, sold our house, packed what we wanted to keep into storage and set off to wander this big blue planet…
Follow our adventures around the world in our blog www.foxonalead.com. In the beginning, we tandem cycled to France, backpacked around S.E Asia, rode motorcycles 1200miles down the length of Vietnam and more recently spent 1 year circumnavigating Australia.
We’re currently traveling home to the UK from Australia by tandem cycling across the big landmass in-between… the USA! Our goal is the travel around the globe, one pedal-stroke at a time. Thanks for following our journey.
Website: Fox On Lead
Support Fox On Lead: Fundraising Page
Website: The Perfect Trip Report
“To boldly go where not so many went recently.” Go for the stories but stay for the pictures…trust us, you will love them!
a middle-aged woman who uses a bike to get around. I prefer to ride on protected infrastructure, like pathways and cycle tracks, but I am confident enough to ride on most roads.
My biggest job these days is being a mom. And, well: This Mom Bikes.
I am a mom who uses a cargo bike to get around. I seek out protected infrastructure, like pathways and cycle tracks, and I am confident enough to ride on some (but not all) roads.
See the difference?
We are Steve and Dodie Miller, a retired Economist/Statistician and Pediatric Head Nurse from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada. We were born in Montreal, both 69 years ago, and can speak semi-passable French. Over the years we moved westward across the country, even pausing for school in Wisconsin, USA. We have four children, who were born variously in Wisconsin, Quebec, Manitoba, and British Columbia. We spent many years working and raising the children. Our first attempt at “semi-retirement” was to begin the gradual switch from working in our professional fields to working the fields of our 11-acre farm near Cobble Hill, north of Victoria. We very happily spent 10 to 15 years raising chickens, turkeys, and veggies and producing a range of jams, chutneys other preserves, and bread for sale at our local farmers market.