2wheels, the return: Edward Genochio's bike expedition across Asia to England

2wheels: The Return

Edward Genochio's bicycle expedition from China to England

September 2005 - November 2006

Sponsored by Decathlon China

 
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Mongolian Horseman Stole My Bicycle!

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The 2wheels expedition book:

- 'But Isn't There a Bus?' - details here.


2wheels is sponsored by:

- Decathlon China
- Drennan Co Shanghai
- Eclipse Internet
- P&O Ferries


2wheels supports:

- CereCare Centre
- Sustrans
- Force Cancer Care
- The Lotus Project
- The Wheelchair Foundation


Other writing by Edward Genochio:

- Some snippets
- In Voyage Magazine
- In The Adventure Cycling Handbook


Read the 2wheels latest:

- The 2wheels expedition blog


Send a message to 2wheels:

- Post your comments here
- Email me here here


Beyond 2wheels:

- Some links to other websites


Are you a journalist?

- Get the 2wheels media pack here


2wheels in the future:

- Some map-gazing ideas


Pretty pictures:

- The original 2wheels photo archive


The original 2wheels expedition site:

- 2004-5 from England to China


As seen / heard in:

- 2wheels media credits


2wheels websiteography:

- 2wheels sitemap
- Historical and technical notes on the 2wheels website


Krasnoyarskiy Kray, Siberia, Russia

Siberia

Tuva, Siberia, Russia

Horses, Mongolia

Baikal, Siberia, Russia

Hop off

Priyanik, half-eaten (by me), Kyakhta, Russian-Mongolian border. Shortly after this photograph was taken, the other half was eaten. Also by me.

Buryatia, Russia

Roadsign in Tuva, Russia

Tuva, Russia

The sky, I think

Tuva

But Isn't There A Bus?

My book about the original 2wheels expedition, from England to China, is provisionally entitled But Isn't There A Bus?

It is currently a work-in-progress so it isn't in the bookshops just yet (or, if it is, it's a pirate copy), but if you want to lay your hands on a signed copy as soon as it comes out, join the mailing list (use the box at the top-left of this page) and I'll send you an email the minute it's published.

(Joining the mailing list in no way obliges you to buy a copy, and you won't get spam in the meatime, either.)

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Meanwhile, there is some writing here.

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Further down the metaphorical road, there's another book in the metaphorical pipeline about the 2wheels: The Return expedition, but I don't hold your metaphorical breath for that one unless you have unusually capacious metaphorical lungs, because I've still got to finish the first one first.

Those cynics who wonder at the speed, or lack of, at which I am steaming towards completion of But Isn't There A Bus? are expressly forbidden to say things like But Isn't There A Book? in my hearing.

 


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