Cycle for Change begins

July 26, 2009 at 8:50 am 2 comments

Well today is the day. We are all packed and ready to go. On the way to the airport now and our next report will be from Kathmandu. This time next week we will actually be on our way to the Everest region and we hope to bring you some truly amazing photos, videos and stories. Follow us  here on the blog and dont forget to sign up to our tweet address for up to date information as we go. Here we go i let the fun and games begin.


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Cycle for Change Press conference – Tokyo Day One in Kathmandu and all is well

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  • 1. Tony Emmerson  |  July 26, 2009 at 5:16 pm

    Hi mate, very exciting stuff and very exciting for you now. i’m about to head out on the contiki bike ride so will be thinking of you as i ride a sprint compared to your marathon. i hope everything you want to achieve, you do, but most important is to stay safe hey???? would love to be there to be a part of it, keep us posted on itinerary, you never know nicki and i might be able to swing a visit of support somewhere. (maybe bring our bikes he he)

  • 2. Hugo  |  July 28, 2009 at 9:28 am

    This is all very well but where are the pictures of you and Eri all kitted up and ready to go? There are quite a few bike nuts watching y’all with nothing to salivate over.

    If you bump into Joanna Lumley while you’re there, tell her I think she has done a brilliant job on getting ex-British army Gurkhas the right to reside in the UK. Now, if you could get someone with her steel and determination to work on those in governments who refuse to get real about climate change you’d have all the testosterone-depleted politicos falling over themselves to get emissions down.

    Now remember… photos, photos, photos!


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