One year of amazing cycling with young kids

On 22nd of April 2016 we unpacked our bikes in Osaka / Japan. Now 12 months later on Australia’s eastern seaboard we are looking back with wonder at many amazing experiences, inspirational encounters, wilderness and wildlife…and of course numerous playgrounds. More than 6300km of cycling in Japan, Korea and Australia along endless coastlines, over mountains […]

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You can now volunteer for Ginseng Tree Planting on Jeju Island, South Korea, 22.4.2017 Earth Day

Join Korean NGO to plant 1000 native Ginseng Trees on beautiful Jeju Island. Make this Earth Day a special One! Lots of activities and great people. We can highly recommend this event. We have met with the charismatic founder of Global Inner Peace, Eun-Kyoung in November 2016. We are proud that Cycle Generation is mentioned […]

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Special didgeredoo performance

We had an amazing farewell performance in southeastern Tasmania. When we left a beach campsite our fellow camper Teddy, whom we had met the day before, performed impromptu on his beautifully painted Didgeredoo. Teddy hails from Queensland and currently travels in his camper van around Australia. The musical farewell should send us positive energy and safe travels […]

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Rewards for hanging in there

Hauling our bikes, loaded with kids and gear, over mountain ranges or through drenching rain, while keeping the kids happy, probably sounds a far cry from a relaxing holiday. It turns out however, that our physical exercise, the unfiltered exposure to the elements and the human encounters are unique experiences that create lasting happiness. Being in nature for […]

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Have you ever seen a little Blue Penguin?

Our Warmshowers host Bronnie showed me and Amaya the great Ecocentre in Melbourne. Among other things Bronnie’s work there includes lectures on sustainable living and environmental topics. The Ecocentre has been active in a diverse range of environmemtal topics since more than 20 years. The Melbourne based NGO started with conservation issues in Melbourne’s coastal areas. Melbourne’s Port Philip […]

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Tasmania here we come

The Ferry Spirit if Tasmania brought us from Melbourne to Devonport in Tasmania and we are now very excited to explore this remote end of the world.  We started cycling in the far western part Tasmania and were treated a very quiet road. And this was not a side road but the A2 highway. This […]

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