FAQ’s

Accelerate Your Future

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    A crazy 11-day bike trek, and a super training program around it.

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    • You get a raw adventure your friends will envy.
    • You get a road map to your deepest dream.
    • You get a challenge that will access untapped inner strength.
    • You get up to 7 months of personal coaching.
    • And you get guidance during the trek that helps you fearlessly pursue new paths.
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    $4900

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    • A 7 month coaching program centered around an epic bike trek
    • Up to 5 months Pre-trek coaching and support
    • On-trek guide
    • 2 months Post-trek coaching and support
    • Pre-trek Guidebook
    • On-trek Guidebook
    • Epic adventure done right
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    10 days (up to 2 weeks with travel time).

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    Touring or Gravel bike, equipped with low gears (preferably a 42-cassette), disc brakes, and a more upright position.

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    Yes. Renting usually costs about $300-400.

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    Yes. Flying with a bike can run from $30-300 each way, and airlines require it boxed or bagged. Bike shops are happy to box for a small fee. To save a few bucks, follow YouTube videos and box it yourself.

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    At campsites, parks, and homes of fellow cyclists.

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    In a trailer we pull behind our bikes (trailer use included with tuition). Church history treks are an exception; for these we haul your gear for you.

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    Great! About 85% of our trekkers are not “cyclists” per se. They’re just adventurous people willing to give it a go.

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    We cook our own breakfast, lunch, and occasionally dinner, but often find cafes and restaurants along the way (especially in the evening).

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    It’s all good. In the host country enough people know English that we can usually communicate fine. It does help to learn a few basic phrases. And don’t forget body language!


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    Once you enroll in the program, you’ll get a fun, adventurous training program that builds strength, endurance, agility, and speed.

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    Bike, camping gear, and clothes. We’ll guide you to the best gear, and even reward your training with camp and bike stuff.

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    Round-trip or multi-city flights to our arrival and departure cities, along with pre- and post-trek lodging.

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    ASAP. To prevent extra fees and rush orders, get your passport at least 3 months in advance.


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    You deserve it. And when you return, everyone around you will feel your deep shift.

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    You’re in luck—this is not a race. Everyone trains hard, but it’s about being strong enough to slow down, drink it in, and be sensitive to the world around you.

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    • 6am – awaken and get ready
    • 8am / 9am – hit the road
    • 9am – 7pm – explore, discover, learn
    • 7pm – set up camp, eat
    • 8pm – learn, discuss, journal
    • 10pm / 11pm – sleep
    • Mind you, on-trek the entire schedule goes haywire, so be prepared to pivot.
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    Approximately 45 glorious miles.

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    You speak from your center. You don’t try to persuade or dance around the issue. Boldly and openly you explain this is something that speaks to your soul.

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