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Speaking at the RGS / Explore this weekend

I am chairing a panel at this weekend’s expedition planning seminar at the Royal Geographical Society in London. With me are the venerable trio of Josie Dew, Hallam Murray and Ron Lilwall. Come along if you are thinking of setting off on a cycling expedition of your own. Details here.
There are also panels on polar expeds, mountains, jungles etc so it is a really useful weekend for anyone interested in expeditions.

On the Sunday morning I will be speaking alongside Jamie B-D in the Expeditions Communications lecture. It sounds very grand, but I am specifically there to speak about how you can communicate your experiences if you are not very tech-savvy or well-equipped! I will be talking about the use of audio slideshows, such as this 90-second snapshot of India that took just ten minutes to create.

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  1. Explore is an invaluable seminar for anyone planning a long bike journey – mainly just for reassurance that you’re not utterly bonkers to be trying it. Good luck and I hope it goes well!



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