Tom Kevill-Davies (aka The Hungry Cyclist) sold his car, quit his job, and set off on a 2.5 year journey by bike through North and South America in search of the perfect meal.
Along the way, The Hungry Cyclist covered more than 15,000 miles and not only found the perfect meal, but found hundreds of them!
From turkey meals in the Dakotas, freshly caught salmon in the Pacific Northwest, and tacos in Mexico, The Hungry Cyclist ate his way, one meal at a time, from the shores of New York City to the beaches of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
The Hungry Cyclist: Pedalling The Americas In Search Of The Perfect Meal is Tom Kevill-Davis first book and, I might add, an excellent read. If you like to bike… and you like to eat… then this is one book you’ve got to taste for yourself.
After finishing the book just a few short weeks ago, I had the great pleasure of speaking with The Hungry Cyclist himself and asking him a little bit about his gastronomic cycling Adventure through the Americas.
Listen to my interview with The Hungry Cyclist and find out:
- How Tom Kevill-Davis became “The Hungry Cyclist”
- Why he picked a route that would lead him from New York to Rio
- How he managed to get hundreds of free meals on his journey
- What his best and worst experiences of the trip were
- Whether or not he found “the perfect meal”
- Tips for vegetarian eating
- Plus, a whole lot more!
To hear my interview with The Hungry Cyclist, just click the play button below… or click the link underneath to download an MP3 copy of the interview so you can play it back on your computer or MP3 player any time you please.
To pick up a copy of Tom Kevill-Davies’ book, “The Hungry Cyclist: Pedalling The Americas in Search Of The Perfect Meal” just click here.