ON MY FREEWHEELING ODYSSEY INTO ITS HEART NORFOLK SPOKE TO ME
Daily Express Travel News 17th August 2013
SQUEEZING through the grand gateway, I felt like a stranger entering upon a privileged land. From around a mile away, the standing finger of an obelisk beckoned through the watery morning light down a gentle roliercoaster of a drive.
SUFFOLK ROUND TRIP ON A BIKE – A VIEW FROM GERMANY
Germany – Trekkingbike – April 2013
In love with the country – Suffolk, the eastern tip of England is only an hour’s journey from noisy London. The contrast though could hardly be greater: the roof tops of medieval villages are all that interrupts the calm rolling landscapes.
East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk Magazine – June Edition 2010
Cycle breaks are a good way to really explore our countryside. Lindsay Want discovers how a holiday on wheels attracts thousands of gentle adventurers.
Ever pushed pedals along the crinkle-crankle wall at Easton? Shared the open road with a posse of partridges? Coasted along in Constable Country or found your own inspiration in the picturesque yet haunting stretches around PD James’ Dunwich? Somehow when you come to things on a bike, it all feels that much more immediate, impressive, awe-inspiring.
Cycling holidays in England? Anyone with any sense would decline the offer gracefully. Bad weather, bad food and, above all, has anyone ever heard of this little island being a paradise for cyclists?
We thought we’d give it a go anyway and ‘experience’ the eastern part of East Anglia (Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex). Over the course of six days in the saddle, we were to cover around 300-350km from Bury St. Edmunds east of Cambridge to the North Sea coastline and back again.