Robert Munro
/ Rob Munro


A break by a lake, Bükk National Park, Hungary 2005 Travelling by bicycle is the perfect way to explore new places. You move fast enough to cover long distances but slow, quiet and flexible enough to experience places you would otherwise miss. I am always happy to answer questions about the places I have cycled, especially if you are thinking about your own trip - contact me.

I recently built my dream bicycle! Over a couple of months, and 15 hours total work, I built my dream bike: a touring bike that is robust enough to take around the world, but with parts that I can replace anywhere:

You can read more about it on my blog:

And see the time-lapse of the build here:

Places I have traveled by bicycle:

The Americas

Pacific Northwest in 2015

Alaska in 2012

Hispaniola in 2011-2012:

California in 2009:

Peru in 2008-2009:


Cycling through Africa in 2006 - 3 months through Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique:


Eastern and Central Europe. From the Carpathians to the Alps in 2005 via:

Thailand and Laos

A two month long journey in 2002-2003 through northern Thailand, mostly along the Thai-Burmese border, followed by a north-south wander of Laos:


I've taken a number of trips from 1999-2003 along the east coast and Great Dividing Range, from the Snowy mountains to the great Barrier Reef, and along the West Tasmania coast, and a short one more recently:


A trip in 2001 and 2002 through the hills of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Southern India.


A short couple of weeks in 2004, from Kuala Lumpur to the Perhentian islands via Taman Negara Park.