Almost a year ago, Adelaide boy Jimmy Ashby began the trip of a lifetime: a cycling journey around the world. Here, he tells us about the ups and downs, moments of fear and how keen he is for a fridge full of food when he gets home.
Why settle for one mode of transport through Tasmania’s east coast when you can have three? Cycle down terrifyingly steep passes, kayak in pristine Freycinet National Park and hike on the old island jail of Maria.
When planning a bicycle tour around Iceland, be prepared for a few certainties: lots of wind and rain, even more hills, and a lifelong love affair with this unique, stunning subarctic wonderland.
History & Culture
Bicycles have a long and colourful history in Australia, stemming from the rudimentary machines of the late 19th century to the sleek, streamlined pushies of today.
When bad weather means hitting the road isn’t possible, a stationary trainer is a great training tool.
Australian Geographic Adventure sends its rookie father-and-son team of Tim and Max Robson to tackle the Kosciuszko Track
To mark the centenary of the landing at Anzac Cove, one adventurer
gave himself the ultimate challenge – to circumnavigate the
Mediterranean Sea by boat, bike and on foot
With only five hours to spare, there was no way Bruce Newton could explore all of the Tahoe Rim Trail’s 265km of tracks through the Sierra Nevada
The Himalayan route from Manali to Leh in north-western India reaches altitudes of more than 5000m. Doing it on a bicycle will have you gasping for every breath, but this could well be the ultimate two-wheeled adventure.
Explore a land where there are buffalo on the singletrack, fried crickets in the salad and hooting is considered good manners.