Going Long: The Story Of One Man’S Four-Year-Plus Ride Around The World

It’s September 2015. Jacky Chen has arrived in Vancouver, Canada, to continue his bike ride around the world. He has already ridden over 5,000km since he started in June, just three months earlier. The house he’s staying at isn’t big, so he decides to lock his bike out front. He wakes the next morning to … The post Going long: The story of one man’s four-year-plus ride around the world appeared first on CyclingTips .

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