Journey around the world by bike starting – day 01 – Bratislava – Kapuvar

In the morning I woke up and it was great feeling leaving old well known world and explore me, myself in the world. I was kind excited about new upcoming adventure!
This was the first day I tried fully loaded bicycle with heavy bags. My intent was to test this setup in Europe, to not have problems in less developed parts of world. I’ve decided to take a route across Alps to test equipment and choose what to carry on with me & what is not really important. It was really hard for me to push the pedals & keep balance of the bike. On this very first day I felt unstable.
Few friends were waiting me under Devin – old castle ruin on the confluence of the river Morava and the Danube. Thanks for the support, family, friends, guys and girls. It means a lot to me. Few people also rode with me along the river Danube. In the city we crossed a bridge to get onto cycling road that leads to Rajka in Hungary. My final destination for today was Kapuvar. It was really warm day with temperature going over 30 degrees and on the way with few trees not very many places to hide.
Some nice people were biking with me for about 70 km and we had a couple of stops that helped us a lot. On this day I met my new mates (Jaro, Capo), whom we planned to cycle together to Passau through Austria and the Czech Republic. As we crossed border to Hungary only Jaro stayed with me and Capo was coming in evening to Kapuvar. There were few kilometers of backroads and we cannot stop even for a while because of mosquitoes.
The worst moment was a flat tire after few kilometers with brand new bicycle. Really strange thing that never happened to me, but I am not a mechanic. Probably poorly prepared bicycle. Top positive moment of the day were people that come to say goodbye for a while & show their support. Very special thanks to Jan Draskovic that helped me a lot before this journey started and also to other people that supports World Bike Travel in any way.
Cities: Bratislava (SVK) -> Kapuvár (HU)
Distance: 108.7 km
Moving Time: 4:55:00
Avg Speed: 22.1 km/h
Elevation Gain: 62 m
Average Watts: 91 W
#tb There are some good and bad decision we are doing all the time. In this projects I underestimated quality of bicycle equipment as there where problems from start & also could focus on finding more reliable partners for this project. I was in shape on this very special day and my time I spent with traning for this last journey years was best I could do.
Asia Blog Continents

Cycling in Remote Areas of Nepal or How to Survive in Heat

I woke up early in the morning in the bed (noisy street can’t let you sleep) of my „hotel“ in Nepal – country which I am actually exploring with my bicycle in past few weeks. My body is bit broken (feel legs and muscles). In the room is over 30 ⁰C and I  sweat like in hell (still morning). 


Reasons To Travel By Bike Longterm

As I experienced by myself cycling and traveling bring me a lot of opportunities. In this blog I will not write about health benefits, knowing the countries and places when you are traveling and others positive issues related to this topic. I rather stay focused focus about what are the longterm traveling benefits and what I really like about this.


Southeast Asia by Bicycle with Tips for Touring

Hello folks, if you come here to read up my blog probably you traveling or interest in those stuff around. Did you think you could cycle around the globe? Crazy idea? So many people already did it and I am doing this too. Why to not to try explore world and myself in big world.


Which Schwalbe Tires are Better for Touring, Marathon Plus or Mondial?

Every cycling touring person that travel by bike have have important question to answer before the bike trip will start. Which tires are good enough for my trip? As I am traveling the world by bike I am using Schwalbe tires – Marathon Plus, but now I’ve changed them for Schwalbe Mondial. I really like them and can say they are really good. After advice from Paul I tried Mondial tires and I can now say they are bit better and here i this blog I will explain why.


The First Year on the Road by Bicycle

Soon I am finishing the crossing of the big country by bike – Australia. It is a biggest country on my trip until now. With big distances here to get anywhere it is difficult. It is a great country with many different faces. Last year I did cycling in the world only and it became a way of living for me.