Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Germany, Home

Ever since starting this trip, connecting our home countries, cycling from Taiwan to Germany, was a huge motivation for us to continue cycling. When someone asked us, at any point in the trip, what’s our destination, the answer would be: Germany. Here we were now, and while not the end […]


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Italy

Italy, a country that is immediately associated with its history and food. We had plenty of reasons to look forward to cycling here and, in the end, even more reasons to return one day. The hospitality and the excellent bicycle infrastructure were things we didn’t expect.


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: West Balkan

After entering Europe, countries definitely became smaller and immigration procedures easier. Since we basically followed the Adriatic sea all the way, I decided to group these countries together into this article.


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Greece

The Greek islands are some major tourist spots, and everyone has seen a few pictures of Santorini before. Coming from southern Turkey, we had the chance to see them.


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Turkey

Another country that raised concern on the way due to recent events: Turkey. But like so many countries making the headlines, there was little actual concern for us cycle tourists. Instead, this country still had so much to offer for us. Pictures by Yuily, text by Stephan.


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Iran Part 2

After cycling through northern Iran, we were now in full tourist mode, visiting historic cities and sights. One of the most regarded places in this regard was Isfahan, and we were excited for it!


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Iran Part 1

Iran. Even though it was a backpackers tip for traveling since a while already, it was still the country that raised the most concern from friends and family when we said that we’d be going there (partly also because of the name confusion with Iraq, since some warned us of […]


Our Unlimited Cycling Dream: Tajikistan Part 1

The famous Pamir highway. A strip of tarmac that was laid by the Soviets through the high mountains of Tajikistan has reached a high amount of fame from overland tourists. This fame reached me as well: Through several cyclist blogs I’ve been intrigued and just knew that I had to […]