How To Find Places To Stay - Bicycle Touring (Video)

Free Camping, Hotels And Lodging For Your Travels (Video Recording)

Earlier tonight I held a live video broadcast on Ustream where I spent a little over a half-hour discussing the topic of free lodging for bicycle travelers.

I promised to record the event for those of you who were unable to attend the live broadcast, but (would you believe it!) I forgot to press the record button until I was about half-way through the broadcast.

But don’t worry!

I promised to record the entire thing for you… so I went back and re-recorded the entire event for those of you who were unable to attend the live airing. It took some time, but I did it… just for you!

The video above is approximately 35 minutes in length and I highly recommend you watch the entire thing. In the video I mention a number of different website resources and other information you can use to find free accommodations on you travels.

In the video I also discuss “The Ultimate Guide To Free Lodging,” which you can read more about by visiting by clicking here.

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0 thoughts on “Free Camping, Hotels And Lodging For Your Travels (Video Recording)

  1. Casper Andersen says:

    Hey Darren

    great vid, thanks for taking your time to make this, twice! i just recently discovered your site, but has already spent many hours on all the great info you are making available to the worlds cyclist. Keep it up 🙂

    Casper Andersen
    -Denmark

  2. Leandro Repolho says:

    Darren thank you very much for the quality of information i could get in your website.

    In March of this year i will do my first big bicycle touring. I will leave from Ushuaia, Argentina to San Carlos de Bariloche crossing the hole Carretera Austral in Chile, if you can, watch my steps at https://www.lrepolho.com.

    You helped me a lot with your equipment reviews and tips!

  3. Ken Armstead says:

    Brother Darren love your work , I also will take my first U.S. 2,500 mile trip with ten other cyclist!

    Thanks for your dedication , keep on trucking !

  4. Sara Rahmani says:

    Great Video very helpful. Is it possible to get a general write up for the suggestions and the sites that you mentioned in the video? I am going to be starting my own tour at some point and i like to have all my research done and ready to go. Thanks great site.

  5. Rob says:

    Hey you’ve done a great job with your website. Love all the tips. You should write a guide on how to be an internet entrepreneur with your website– doing what you love, which has worked out well for you.

  6. Manuel says:

    Hello,thank about every think.
    I want to ask about a good bike to start to touring watch the best bike can you tel me about i dont know watch one and if its ok to start on so smoal country like holand .

  7. Paul Park says:

    Hey, great first six minutes of the video, but is it just me or can one no longer watch the rest of the video, past the first six minutes?

    dying to watch the rest of this video,
    Paul

    • Bicycle Touring Pro says:

      Hey Paul,

      You should be able to watch the entire video without any problems. That said, I am in the middle of nowhere in Peru right now and my Internet connection isn’t fast enough to play videos of any kind, so I can’t actually check that fact for myself. Maybe someone else can confirm whether or not the video plays past the 6 minute mark. It has been working just fine for months, so I don’t know why it would suddenly start stopping at the 6 minute mark.

  8. Sifredo Martinez says:

    Enjoyed your presentation on “Free Accommodations”. I’ve practiced some of your
    techniques and they do work. People are super-nice and generous .. if you don’t
    appear to threaten or annoy them. You give bicyclists invaluable useful info. Keep
    on doing what you’re doing.

    This summer I will either ride to NiagaraFalls or to Holman,NM to make a DVD of my
    life. My daughter has asked me to do that. I can ride to NiagaraFalls the next
    summer.

    I’m a dummy, what’s a “gravatari” ?

    • Bicycle Touring Pro says:

      Ha. A Gravatar is just the little picture that appears next to your name when you post a comment on a website like this one. They aren’t necessary. They are just something that some people like to have when they are leaving comments on a website.

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