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Tim Moss

Tim Moss has supported over 100 expeditions across all seven continents. He has climbed new mountains, crossed a desert on foot and recently cycled 13,000 miles around the world. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society London and a Guinness World Record Holder. He aims to encourage more people to live adventurously. Read more...

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    Najeeb Ahmed Khan

    You lucky man, I wish you good luck
    Najeeb Khan
    Himalayan Holidays (Pvt) Lt
    Islamabad Pakistan

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    Tom Kelly

    Hi Tim and Laura

    What a fantastic journey you have undertaken. I rode my beloved Ridgeback Panorama from Wigan to Fethiye, on the South coast of Turkey, last year. I went a totally different route through Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria and into Turkey. I have looked at your route and it seems you may go through Kesan in Northern Turkey. I stayed at a friendly little hotel there named Linda. It is on a major cross roads. I doubt you will miss it. You will then continue East to Istanbul. I went South from there.

    I am so jealous and will be following your blog and on twitter.

    Best Wishes

    Tom Kelly

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      Tim Moss

      Thanks Tom. Great to hear from another Panorama user. That’s quite a trip! We’ll keep our eyes out for Linda…

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    andrei

    Good luck mates. Have a pleasent riding. One question about EuroVelo 6, is it all tarmac, or you get some gravel/mud? Thanks and cheers again

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      Tim Moss

      The bit we cycled was all tarmac I think. Maybe some very short sections of good quality unsealed road but plenty of fast road bikes used it.

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    Tim Moss

    Stunning indeed Christine. Arrived this afternoon. A EuroVelo 6 project sounds brilliant. I’m not sure we’ll find any cycle routes as good as that one again.

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