March 2017 features not one, but four riders! Introducing four cyclists from Norway: Margot Lothe Pedersen, Mia Johanne Marie Lervik, Sverre Lervik, and Hildur Aase. Tell us more about your earliest experiences as a cyclist… Hildur: My first experience as a cyclist was in France in 1996 when we were 4 friends cycling together. Sverre: My first experience
Tell us about your earliest experiences as a cyclist… For as long as I can remember I have always cycled. Pictures of me riding date back to me are still in nappies! But I’d say my first vivid memories are of when I was a teenager. I grew up on a cattle farm in rural
– Tell us about your earliest experiences as a cyclist… I have ridden a bicycle since I was a child however I discovered the pleasure of road cycling in 2011. I bought my first road bike and joined my first SpiceRoads Bangkok to Phuket Tour 3 months later. Though I realized I had much to
– Tell us about your earliest experiences as a cyclist… I first began riding bikes at age 5. From then on you basically couldn’t get me off a bike. I continued riding all through my schooling and used my bike as my first form of transport for work, ambulance and later rode as part of
“If you are in a tour bus for example, its easy to tune out or be distracted, but when you are riding a bike, you are in complete awareness of your surroundings,” says Penny Schultz. This month we have a chance to interview Penny Schultz, a passionate cyclist who has joined our 3 tours since 2012.
When did you first start cycling? I started when I was a kid growing up in Scotland. I then participated in a Triathlon. In 2011, I found SpiceRoads and joined a tour! I love to keep myself fit and active. I also like to swim and run and I recently completed a half-iron man in
Tell us about your earliest experiences as a cyclist My earliest experience that I remember is when I was either 8 or 9 years old learning to ride. I received a bike for Christmas, and went outside by myself to master riding it. I fell off so many times and went nowhere, and gave up.