Bike Tour Diary
Crossing the border from Alaska in Canada and getting a 6 month stay for free - 17 Jul 2019

Crossing the border from Alaska in Canada and getting a 6 month stay for free - 17 Jul 2019

July 22, 2019

Alaska completed and I'm now in Yukon Territory, Canada.

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Camping at Deadman Lake and meeting the most Scottish man in the world (in Alaska) - 15 Jul 2019

Camping at Deadman Lake and meeting the most Scottish man in the world (in Alaska) - 15 Jul 2019

July 22, 2019

This is my last full day in Alaska, tomorrow I head to Canada.

 

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Seeing lots of moose and future plans to cycle with Marielle in September - 13 Jul 2019

Seeing lots of moose and future plans to cycle with Marielle in September - 13 Jul 2019

July 22, 2019

I've spent the last few weeks getting to know another cycle tourist who is heading to Canada at the begining of September. Marielle tours much quicker than I do though so lets see how it goes when we meet in 6 weeks. Here's Marielle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_the_biking_viking_/

Special - How the idea to cycle the world came about

Special - How the idea to cycle the world came about

July 22, 2019

In this special episode, I talk about how the idea to cycle the world came about.

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You can also watch the accompanying videos on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/adamhugill

Canada/USA visa talk and future plans to cycle across Canada? 12 Jul 2019

Canada/USA visa talk and future plans to cycle across Canada? 12 Jul 2019

July 22, 2019

I arrive at the library at Delta Junction and discuss my plans as I prepare to leave Alaska.

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You can also watch the accompanying videos on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/adamhugill

Leaving the North Pole and Salmon Fishing - 11 Jul 2019

Leaving the North Pole and Salmon Fishing - 11 Jul 2019

July 22, 2019

Leaving Lary and Lisa's after 6 days off the bike was tough but the bike isn't going to cycle itself. 

You can watch my journey on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/adamhugill

 

Alaska Live Stream - Finishing the Dalton Highway - 8 July 2019

Alaska Live Stream - Finishing the Dalton Highway - 8 July 2019

July 21, 2019

I've just returned from cycling for 10 days from Prudhoe Bay at the top of Alaska the next town which was 800km away in Fairbanks. In this livestream I will be talking through my experience on the Dalton Highway, updates for the future and I'll be answering your questions in the live chat.

This live stream was published on YouTube on the 8 July 2019. Here is a link to the livestream: https://youtu.be/YBJqjDToMTk

Finished the Dalton Highway and resting up at the North Pole - 7 July 2019

Finished the Dalton Highway and resting up at the North Pole - 7 July 2019

July 21, 2019

The Dalton Highway took its toll on my bike and body. I was super fortunate that one of my YouTube followers messaged me and offered me a place to stay for 6 days. It was an absolutly wonderful 6 days which included Salmon fishing, video editing and eating some amazing home-cooked meals.

Day 9 on the Dalton Highway - Finishing the Dalton Highway but not quite at civilisation yet 3 Jul 2019

Day 9 on the Dalton Highway - Finishing the Dalton Highway but not quite at civilisation yet 3 Jul 2019

July 21, 2019

I may be starting to go a little mad after 9 days with little human contact. The end is in sight.

Day 8 on the Dalton Highway - 02 Jul 2019 - Down but not out

Day 8 on the Dalton Highway - 02 Jul 2019 - Down but not out

July 17, 2019

The end of the Dalton Highway is within sight. Crossing the Yukon was another big milestone as I made my way south towards Fairbanks. Even though the Dalton Highway is remote and long, I still happened to meet some wonderful characters.