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Round the World – the hard way

You may have read in the papers a few weeks ago about Jason Lewis completing the Expedition 360 project: a 13-year, human-powered circumnavigation…

I was privileged to have dinner with him and his girlfriend last week after the
Explore conference at the RGS where Jason and fellow team-member Stevie Smith gave one of the best lectures I have ever seen there.
It was great, at last, to be able to talk to someone who not only knew how I felt about so much of my own ride, but who had done it for so much longer than my own measly four years! Keep an eye out for his book: I predict that it will be superb.
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