A world first cycle expedition from Wolf’s Fang Camp (1130m elevation) to Whichaway Camp (100m elevation), a journey of 201km over five days. The expedition was not only the best preparation for Breaking the Cycle South Pole, but it was also a credible project in its own right. The challenge was on the edge of […]
When: September 2018 A 1200km altitude journey through Ladakh and Zanskar regions. Starting in Leh (3500m), the regional tour included several of the world’s highest passes, as well as exploring the environs around Pangong and Moriri lakes. This most northerly region in India is often called ‘Little Tibet’; it is Buddhist and has the summer […]
When: 1st-17th March 2020; 28th February – 21st April 2022 A 4400km altitude bicycle expedition from Cusco, Peru, across the Altiplano in Bolivia and Chile and the Argentinian Puna de Atacama to Ojos del Salado, the world’s highest volcano. Setting off from Cusco, Peru, once the capital of the mighty Incan Empire, Kate explored ancient […]
FOLLOWING THE FINKE RIVER A totally original sand cycling expedition and a journey back in time through the heart of the Australian outback. The ephemeral Finke River begins in the West MacDonnell Ranges and carves a convoluted path through spectacular gorges before meandering across the desert and disappearing into the sands of the Simpson, about […]
When: May/June 2019, 6 weeks A sand cycling expedition along the notorious coastline from the Kunene River (on the Angolan border) south through Walvis Bay, Luderitz and on to Oranjemund at the mouth of the Orange River (on the South African border). The San of the Namibian interior called the region The Land God […]
Polar training When: 13th – 31st March 2018 On 13th March 2018, Kate joined Mike Brailey and his son, Tristan for a two week journey through the central highlands of Iceland. The polar training expedition was to refine clothing systems, diet and test the fourth generation of the Christini all-wheel drive fat bike.
The Baja Divide was a rugged 1,700km bike-packing ride, using a combination of paved and unpaved roads and tracks, down the Baja California peninsula, from San Diego, California, USA to La Paz, Mexico. The route connects the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, historic Spanish mission sites rich with shade and water, remote ranchos and […]