Tell Me About Your Bike – Bicycle Touring Pro (FREE Podcast)

Tell Me About Your Bike

Darren Alff on his cross country bike ride in 2002

Bicycle Touring Pro, Darren Alff, goes on the “Tell Me About Your Bike” podcast to discuss his first experiences with bicycle touring and the 1980’s Sierra Schwinn mountain bike he used to complete his first two long-distance bike tours across the United States of America.

Be sure to subscribe to the “Tell Me About Your Bike” podcast for more entertaining interviews like this one!

You’ll be surprised to discover that someone who now rides some of the best touring bicycles in the world used to ride a rusty old bicycle… and he used that old Schwinn bike to cycle across the United States, not just once… but twice!

Listen to the “Tell Me About Your Bike” crossover podcast with the Bicycle Touring Pro and you’ll hear why Darren was forced to ride this terrible old bicycle on his second bike tour across the country… and how he managed to perform this incredible feat with only a few hundred dollars to his name.

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If you are interested in learning how to conduct your own multi-day bicycle touring adventures, be sure to visit the “Bicycle Touring Pro” website at www.bicycletouringpro.com and pick up a copy of the book, “The Bicycle Touring Blueprint” – a 400 page guide that will teach you the secrets to long distance cycling success.

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2 thoughts on “Tell Me About Your Bike

  1. Wheelsall says:

    My bicycle is HILAND HYBRID ROAD BIKE HIH001 。I rode the C&O Bike Trail Harpers Valley WV, and managed a 22 mile trek, it is was a beautifully functioning bike and would encourage you to get one if so, inclined. I’ve looked at the high end units ranging from $900 and upwards to $8000, what a shocker!!! My Hiland, I think, is comparable, for a person like me starting out.

  2. DennisG says:

    Hey Darren, I’ve been watching your videos and I must admit you make camping look almost appealingly. I’ve done several bike tours on my Raleigh Tamland2. The GAP/C&O and the Erie Canal and I find it to be a fantastic touring machine. Of my riding buddies and I overnight in B&B’s and hotels (no camping we are all in our 60”s). One day I would like to try a solo tour with possibly one or two nights camping. Keep the videos coming really enjoying them.

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