Christine and her husband Stephen, have always loved to cycle and cycling has played a huge part in their lives.
During this podcast Christine shares more about how she got into cycling, why they decided to pack up and head off on an adventure of a lifetime!
Why Christine reached out to me
Why she started cycling
Her first cycling adventure!
Meeting her husband and their join love for cycling
Starting to take regular cycling holidays
Having children and going on holiday with them to Northern Europe
The cycle holiday that stands out to her
Getting the idea to cycle the world - how the idea first started..
Giving themselves 16/17 months to prepare
Why the world!
One year or two years?!
Who they told first and their reaction!
Her friends and what they said!
“How are you going to manage being with your husband everyday?”
Getting married in 1984
Did she have any fears/worries before the trip?
Being - Flexible
The start and how she was feeling..
Getting into their routine by day 2!
The challenges she faces… breaking her arm
Taking a 5 month break
Deciding where to go next…
The challenges of cycling in New Zealand
The daily routine while on the road
The challenges of cycling in Japan
Advice for women who want to go on a big cycling trip
Deciding to come home
Plans to head back to South America
Settling back into home life!
Blogging about their adventure!
Final words of advice!
Learn more about Christine
Follow her blog - http://www.christineandstephen.co.uk
say hi on Twitter @CycleGBCoast
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