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I do feel the average person can do it for much less of course, but it is better to make some allowances so the the trip is not cut short due to empty pockets. I also feel it would be cheaper if their was a cycle partner or two, as this would create a safety in numbers feel and allow for more wild camping and the push and support from each other. Shocked to see our tour www.
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Your monthly cost is only half the average. I got excited about the statistics as this gives some benchmarks while planning a trip. What for me devalued it is knowing that at least one adventurer in this list has good sponsorship agreements behind him. Especially the latter is the key moment… I feel this overview needs a disclaimer for all the young adventurers to develop an understanding that there more behind the curtain than trip budget numbers that help you excel in dreams.
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Still great overview! Thanks for the comment. Do you mean that the average cost is skewed because it includes people with sponsors who went on very expensive trips? That is only the case for the mean.
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The median will not be effected by extreme values. Or did you mean that it is misleading because it does not disclose that some of these people paid for their trips with sponsorship deals rather than their own savings? You can see how I fund all of my own expeditions, including cycling around the world, in this article: How I Fund My Expeditions. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I'm Tim Moss , a British adventurer.
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Tags: Cycling Sponsorship Tim's Books. Tim Moss Tim Moss has supported over expeditions across all seven continents. Rob Lutter October 10, at am Some of these budget are incredible! Tim Moss October 10, at am Thanks Rob. Tim Moss March 27, at pm Thanks. Amaya Williams May 29, at pm Shocked to see our tour www. Tim Moss May 31, at pm Hey Amaya, Nice to hear from you and be reminded that you are still pedalling after all this time! All the best, Tim. Elisabeth August 22, at am I got excited about the statistics as this gives some benchmarks while planning a trip. If so, I would make the following points: The vast, vast majority of cycle tours do not attract financial sponsorship.
Of the cyclists on the database, I only know of one that has been funded Mark Beaumont. There are dozens of trips on the database that are done on a real shoe string. A few pounds a day. I bet none of these had cash sponsorship. Cycle touring really is one of the cheapest ways to travel. The Penguin Lessons. Tom Michell. Journeys in the Wild. Gavin Thurston. The Old Ways.
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