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  • 20 days and counting until Iโ€™m back in Spain cranking out the drills! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ
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Iโ€™m in the growth phase of the CINCH ASCEND process, where we are looking to increase and strengthen the threshold zones..
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If youโ€™re finding it difficult to structure these more intense but specific sessions, DM me- Iโ€™d love to chat to you about how weโ€™re tearing it up at CINCH. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜€
  • 20 days and counting until Iโ€™m back in Spain cranking out the drills! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ
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    Iโ€™m in the growth phase of the CINCH ASCEND process, where we are looking to increase and strengthen the threshold zones..
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    If youโ€™re finding it difficult to structure these more intense but specific sessions, DM me- Iโ€™d love to chat to you about how weโ€™re tearing it up at CINCH. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜€

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  • Goodbye Myanmar ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฒ! Myanmar has been more difficult to cross than we initially thought. It has a very strong culture with friendly people all over the way but... To find a place to sleep everynight when you cycle can be a real challenge. Our first nights in Myanmar were surpringly easy as we could sleep next to a church and in a beautiful Pagoda.

But on our third night, and although the monk previously said yes to us to sleep in his temple, the police came around 6pm to ask us to leave. They said it was for our "safety" ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜… Another alternative is too wildcamp... but wildcamp in Myanmar is forbidden. So we had to wait until late to set up our tent and then left early in the morning so that nobody could see us and eventually tell the police.

One night was particularly stressful. As we set up the tent, we could see many men walking with headlights in the fields and looking for something... We thought it was for us! We decided to pack everything again on our bicycles and cycled to a safer place. On the way, we realized that these men were just farmers looking for... frogs during the night ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ After few kilometers through the dark night we could finally found a peaceful area to camp.

Thailand, our next country, shoul be a bit more relaxed for us to explore.
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We are "Non La Project". We are currently cycling for our honeymoon from France to Vietnam: we hope to collect 16,000$ USD for kids to have access to education in Vietnam.

100% of the donation will go directly to the NGO we support.

You can donate directly following the link in our bio. ----------------------------------------- #bikeforever#bikepacking#bicycletravel #worldbybike34#bikenomad#biketouring #worldbybike #bikewander#biketravel #adventurebybike#travelbybike#cycletouring#cyclingphotos#cyclingtour#cyclinglife#cyclingadventures#igerscycling#fromwhereiride#outsideisfree#peoplewhoadventure#cicloturismo#fahrrad#pedal#sheexplores#outdoorlife#bici
  • Goodbye Myanmar ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฒ! Myanmar has been more difficult to cross than we initially thought. It has a very strong culture with friendly people all over the way but... To find a place to sleep everynight when you cycle can be a real challenge. Our first nights in Myanmar were surpringly easy as we could sleep next to a church and in a beautiful Pagoda.

    But on our third night, and although the monk previously said yes to us to sleep in his temple, the police came around 6pm to ask us to leave. They said it was for our "safety" ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜… Another alternative is too wildcamp... but wildcamp in Myanmar is forbidden. So we had to wait until late to set up our tent and then left early in the morning so that nobody could see us and eventually tell the police.

    One night was particularly stressful. As we set up the tent, we could see many men walking with headlights in the fields and looking for something... We thought it was for us! We decided to pack everything again on our bicycles and cycled to a safer place. On the way, we realized that these men were just farmers looking for... frogs during the night ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ After few kilometers through the dark night we could finally found a peaceful area to camp.

    Thailand, our next country, shoul be a bit more relaxed for us to explore.
    .
    .
    .
    .

    We are "Non La Project". We are currently cycling for our honeymoon from France to Vietnam: we hope to collect 16,000$ USD for kids to have access to education in Vietnam.

    100% of the donation will go directly to the NGO we support.

    You can donate directly following the link in our bio. ----------------------------------------- #bikeforever #bikepacking #bicycletravel #worldbybike34 #bikenomad #biketouring #worldbybike #bikewander #biketravel #adventurebybike #travelbybike #cycletouring #cyclingphotos #cyclingtour #cyclinglife #cyclingadventures #igerscycling #fromwhereiride #outsideisfree #peoplewhoadventure #cicloturismo #fahrrad #pedal #sheexplores #outdoorlife #bici

  •  2,096  56  13 January, 2020
  • Hello ! Xin chร o cรกc bแบกn!

I am Khanh Nguyen or Lea, 26 years old and proudly a Vietnamese woman.

Before meeting Thibault, I had a quiet life in South Vietnam for my studies. At that time, I thought my life would be without too many waves : a โ€œnormal and happy lifeโ€. I would have never imagined one day that I would cycle the world and go through some countries such as Iran or India!

For my family, everything outside home could represent a danger. Even if I had to cross the street to buy a snack my parents would ask me to be careful about so many thingsโ€ฆ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜… Before meeting Thibault, my future husband, I was not really into sport or adventures. Few yoga sessions and that was it! To ride a bicycle under the sun, even for few kilometers was only for โ€œcrazy peopleโ€ and certainly not for me.

When Thibault one day told me out of the blue: โ€œDo you want to cycle from my home to your home? From France to Vietnam?โ€ I donโ€™t know what happened in my mind but I immediately answered โ€œYesโ€. I guess it was a mix of love and unconditional trust for him which spoke for me. At that time, I had no fear as I did not know really what to expect.

And almost 9 months after our very first day of our adventure I believe this is the best thing that has ever happened to me in my life. I didnโ€™t know that my body and my mind could be so strong. I didnโ€™t know that there were so many welcoming and heartful people everywhere in this world. I didnโ€™t know that you could feel so free and alive while discovering so many different cultures.

I feel also grateful that we are making this adventure meaningful by helping those in need. Education has been so important for my life and any child in Vietnam or in this World should have the access to a proper Education.

To sum up what I have learnt during the last 9 months: love, trust, be crazy, explore, discover and help those who need it.

Thank you for reading my post. Cแบฃm ฦกn cรกc bแบกn!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š
  • Hello ! Xin chร o cรกc bแบกn!

    I am Khanh Nguyen or Lea, 26 years old and proudly a Vietnamese woman.

    Before meeting Thibault, I had a quiet life in South Vietnam for my studies. At that time, I thought my life would be without too many waves : a โ€œnormal and happy lifeโ€. I would have never imagined one day that I would cycle the world and go through some countries such as Iran or India!

    For my family, everything outside home could represent a danger. Even if I had to cross the street to buy a snack my parents would ask me to be careful about so many thingsโ€ฆ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜… Before meeting Thibault, my future husband, I was not really into sport or adventures. Few yoga sessions and that was it! To ride a bicycle under the sun, even for few kilometers was only for โ€œcrazy peopleโ€ and certainly not for me.

    When Thibault one day told me out of the blue: โ€œDo you want to cycle from my home to your home? From France to Vietnam?โ€ I donโ€™t know what happened in my mind but I immediately answered โ€œYesโ€. I guess it was a mix of love and unconditional trust for him which spoke for me. At that time, I had no fear as I did not know really what to expect.

    And almost 9 months after our very first day of our adventure I believe this is the best thing that has ever happened to me in my life. I didnโ€™t know that my body and my mind could be so strong. I didnโ€™t know that there were so many welcoming and heartful people everywhere in this world. I didnโ€™t know that you could feel so free and alive while discovering so many different cultures.

    I feel also grateful that we are making this adventure meaningful by helping those in need. Education has been so important for my life and any child in Vietnam or in this World should have the access to a proper Education.

    To sum up what I have learnt during the last 9 months: love, trust, be crazy, explore, discover and help those who need it.

    Thank you for reading my post. Cแบฃm ฦกn cรกc bแบกn!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  •  1,871  91  6 January, 2020
  • Hello! Bonjour!

I am Thibault, 30 years old and from a country people call France!

There has been always many bicycles at my family place. Especially during summer holidays in the countryside, bicycle was synonymous of freedom. As a kid I could go by myself to the bakery, to the lake, or to meet my friends... 6 years ago, I did a memorable 4,000km trip through Europe with my younger brother. The feeling of freedom, happiness was so strong that I knew one day I would go for something bigger!

I started my first job 5 years ago in Vietnam where I met the woman of my life: Khanh Nguyen. To be honest, I was very surprised she said "yes" when I proposed to her to go from France to Vietnam on a bicycle!๐Ÿ˜… I knew I could physically or mentally do it but she had no real certainty about herself. But I knew that together we could go anywhere and to go through most difficult challenges.

She has been the real hero of this adventure and I wanted to share with her all my love and deep respect for coming with me on this crazy journey. I am only here to support her the best I can and to show her she can do it.

I can only advise those who want to follow their dream to do it as soon as they can. I could have stayed with my cozy life and managed my "career"... But I could feel that in the end I would have" felt very empty and with a not very meaningful life.

Go for it! ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—
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.
.
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We are "Non La Project". We are currently cycling for our honeymoon from France to Vietnam: we hope to collect 16,000$ USD for kids to have access to education in Vietnam.

100% of the donation will go directly to the NGO we support.

You can donate directly following the link in our bio
  • Hello! Bonjour!

    I am Thibault, 30 years old and from a country people call France!

    There has been always many bicycles at my family place. Especially during summer holidays in the countryside, bicycle was synonymous of freedom. As a kid I could go by myself to the bakery, to the lake, or to meet my friends... 6 years ago, I did a memorable 4,000km trip through Europe with my younger brother. The feeling of freedom, happiness was so strong that I knew one day I would go for something bigger!

    I started my first job 5 years ago in Vietnam where I met the woman of my life: Khanh Nguyen. To be honest, I was very surprised she said "yes" when I proposed to her to go from France to Vietnam on a bicycle!๐Ÿ˜… I knew I could physically or mentally do it but she had no real certainty about herself. But I knew that together we could go anywhere and to go through most difficult challenges.

    She has been the real hero of this adventure and I wanted to share with her all my love and deep respect for coming with me on this crazy journey. I am only here to support her the best I can and to show her she can do it.

    I can only advise those who want to follow their dream to do it as soon as they can. I could have stayed with my cozy life and managed my "career"... But I could feel that in the end I would have" felt very empty and with a not very meaningful life.

    Go for it! ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—
    .
    .
    .
    .

    We are "Non La Project". We are currently cycling for our honeymoon from France to Vietnam: we hope to collect 16,000$ USD for kids to have access to education in Vietnam.

    100% of the donation will go directly to the NGO we support.

    You can donate directly following the link in our bio

  •  785  39  9 January, 2020