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We hate cycling on paved roads. Whenever it is possible we try to trade the speed of travelling on a smooth surface of bitumen for slower, yet adventures-guaranteeing, gravel roads. We had enough of cycling on the Stuart Highway from Darwin to Alice Springs, and when we realized that there is an alternative road, running […]Continue Reading


Uluru – the most famous tourist attraction of Australia. We were informed about the lack of low budget accommodation available in Yulara – the town near Uluru, so we pitched our tent 30 kilometers away from it. We enjoyed the sunset with this amazing rock on the horizon, and went to bed early, to wake […]Continue Reading


Cycling from Alice Springs to Kings Canyon was not easy due to the heat and lack of water, but we have made it safely. Kings Canyon is situated within a National Park, which means wild camping was out of the question and we had to spend one night on the only official campsite available – […]Continue Reading


Cycling in the Outback of Australia required a bit more planning than we were used to. We had decided to cycle towards Kings Canyon and Uluru using primarily 4WD tracks. Since there are not that many options to restock on food, we had to buy a lot of supplies in Alice, where we could find supermarkets […]Continue Reading


Just a bunch of pictures from our ride south to Alice Springs. Any reason to celebrate is good – 30000 kilometers cycled! Hot, translucent river – Bitter Springs: What a great start to the day: A sign 320 kilometers away from the premise? 500 kilometers without fuel. That is like the length of Belgium and the […]Continue Reading