Welcome to the Canning Stock Route Adventure web site!

At the end of August I will attempt to cycle the full length of the longest
track on Earth with no external support. The route leads through the most
remote areas of West Australia, crosses three deserts and climbs hundreds
of sand hills. This journey is expected to take up to 40 days so I should be back
at the beginning of October. You can follow my progress on this site...                    

Search for your adventure! And when you find it, tackle it with all you have got, all your strength, experience and passion!
Sir Edmund Hillary
check the progress on the map

Last parts delivered. Bike 100% ready with both racks fitted. Some fights with a trailer- there will be a bit of welding and angle-grinder sparks tommorow :)

First tests with 40kg of load solely on the bike. Thanks to the huge wheels Pugsley seems to perform better than traditional touring bike with similar load. Tommorow some serious dune tests.

The bike is ready! Stronger, more responsive and lighter than I ever expected! You can see some pictures (without racks yet) in the 'Photographs' section.

Departure date: 28th August 8:45am from Auckland to Brisbane, then 9:10pm to Darwin, then somehow to Halls Creek and then... CSR

Polish IDEA mobile network has just offered to supply the expedition with a satellite phone. This way I'll be able to send GPS position logs and some short reports from the track, not mentioning emergency communication issues!

Several more Sponsors, including MSR & Icebreaker have officially joined me this week! Thanks to their support my gear will weight less than I ever expected. Details available soon in the Equipment section.

First note on the site, one month to departure. Surly guys are working hard on the offset rims. Also the unique Extrawheel trailer has to be redesigned to work well with gigantic tyres. Water sacks under construction. Big thanks to all the Sponsors who already delivered their pieces of the equipment puzzle! The desert crawler should be completed by mid-August, leaving me a week or so for the final testing. Keep your fingers crossed for all the people involved in the project!

Ok. time to go live. The site is constantly updated so keep an eye on the new stuff! Any feedback welcome.