Heike Pushbikegirl Interview

German world-cyclist Heike Pushbikegirl asked me to participate in a post about tricks to make life living on the road easier. Although daily life is full with tricks and tips one has adopted over the course of a few years, I came up with 5 (not necessarily life saving ones though).

Sadly, most of South America is reserved for cows, and I need to share their grounds. Usually bulls are seperated from cows and this makes up for a quiet night. If not, be aware of the c

Here is where you read her interview with 3 other world cyclists and Heike herself. I found it remarkable that some practices were found out by others as well. While some are new, and very useful, to me.

Heike has collected 21 tips. Read and see the photo’s here

And again, Heike, I liked cooperating with you, it’s always a pleasure. Heike did two more interviews with me: Meals on the road and about being a solo female cyclist.

By Cindy

Years of traveling brought me many different insights, philosophies and countries I needed to be (over 90 in total). I lived in Pakistan, went over 15 times to India and when I stopped cycling the world, that was after 50.000 kilometer through 45 countries, I met Geo. Together we now try to be more self-sustainable, grow our own food and live off-grid. I now juggle with the logistics of being an old-fashioned housewife, cook and creative artist loving the outdoors. The pouches I create are for sale on

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