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The Internet’s Worst Bike Touring Advice

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During a live Internet event (held on December 8, 2015), the Bicycle Touring Pro (Darren Alff) discussed the Internet’s worst bike touring advice and shared seven of his best-kept secrets for bicycle touring success.

During the first part of the video recording, you will hear about the #1 worst piece of advice people on the Internet give to bike touring newbies. Seriously, this is truly TERRIBLE advice that people on the Internet give all the time… and today Darren is going to tell you why this piece of advice is so very wrong.

Then you’ll hear Darren talk about the 7 major things he’d want to know if he were a first-time bicycle tourist. He’ll tell you about some of the mistakes he has made during his 15+ years of bicycle touring around the world… and he’ll give you some tips that you can use so you don’t make the same mistakes yourself.

Finally, Darren opens up the webinar up questions and answers. While chatting live with people from all around the world, the Bicycle Touring Pro takes a moment to answer your biggest, most-pressing question about bicycle touring and world travel.

Watch the video recording of this live event above, or click here to see the video on YouTube.

About Darren Alff

My goal as the Bicycle Touring Pro is to give you the confidence and inspiration you need to travel by bicycle anywhere in the world. I do all of the work on this website by myself. Since 2007, all of the articles, books, emails, interviews, photos, podcasts and videos have been created by me in my spare time. Thanks to the generous donations I receive from readers like you, I'm able to focus on creating regular, high-quality content; invest further in developing the website; and cover the costs related to my bicycle touring activities.

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3 Comments

  1. Warwick.gps@gmail.com

    August 26, 2016 at 4:54 am

    Darren great video

    Nice. To hear from an expert.

    One thing you need to move he camera to where you are looking so you log at the audience

    Just a small point

  2. torben

    January 16, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    I’ve done a bit of bicycle touring, but I’m envious of how much you seem to get out and about. How do you afford it? Do you have a financial breakdown of your year to year budget? I would tour every year if I could afford it, but it seems extremely unlikely. Thanks for this resource! I’ve enjoyed using your website for a while now.

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