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Magical Madagascar 2025

Magical Madagascar 2025

Magical Madagascar 2025

A magical cycling journey through one of the world’s most unique locations – an island nation of exceptional beauty and unusual wildlife

RIDERS AND STAFF

Erwin Attenberger

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

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Erwin Attenberger

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Germany

Hi, I´m Erwin, already 69, retired. My first long tour was TDA 2014, where I went from Khartoum to Nairobi and on my own through Uganda, back to Kenia and from there down to Southafrica, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. Meantime I´ve been on several TDA-Tours including South America, Silk Route and Trans-Himalaya. Looking forward to meet you on the next tour with TDA.

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Michel Savoie

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

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Michel Savoie

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

This will be my eighth trip with TDA. I like to travel on a bike with other cyclists like me.

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Frieder Wolfart

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Frieder Wolfart

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Switzerland

After riding with TDA one and a half time the Silkroad, the Magical Madagaskar and the Himalaya Tour it's time for the next one to South Korea an Japan. For me Korea and Japan are totally unknown countries and it's time to change that. I am looking forward to meet some old friends again and to find some new ones.

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David Houghton

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David Houghton

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the bicycle in 2017, I’ll be taking 200 bicycle rides. Twenty-six of those rides will be in Madagascar.

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JANICE FLEMING

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JANICE FLEMING

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

I love to travel. I love to cycle. My ex & I biked 8,000 km across Canada for our honeymoon in 1979. I have not done any touring since. I thought I should start with something small but Madagascar called me.

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Fiona Craig

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Fiona Craig

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Australia

Re-discovered cycling in 2012. Self guided cycle tour in Europe in 2014. TDA - North American Epic in 2015. TDA - Magical Madagascar in 2017 Haven't ridden much for a few years so looking forward to getting back on the bike. Time poor, and need to stay fairly local so unfortunately only doing Great Ocean Road.

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Walter Ott

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Walter Ott

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Switzerland

I am 73, live in Switzerland and work voluntarily for the public energy commission of my home town and as elderly expert in climate and energy policy issues in Switzerlad. Besides cycling and biking I like hiking, jogging and skiing. With Lilo my partner, I participate in the care of our three grandchildren (5, 78 10 years old) whenever our daughter and her husband have need for it to match job and family needs. I know TDA from the TdA-Madagascar tour in 2017. Now I look forward to the Journey to the East 2 to get to know South Korea and Japan.

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Catherine Hanauer

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Catherine Hanauer

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

South Africa

Bicycle and adventure enthusiast. This has been on the bucket list for far too long

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Justin Steel

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Justin Steel

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Antananarivo to Antisiranana

United Kingdom

Love Cycling. Love Africa. Tired of London..... .....so looking forward to joining up with TDA and fellow cyclists, to explore Madagascar (or maybe just a small part of it, in my case)

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Annegrete Warrer

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Annegrete Warrer

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Denmark

Starting doing my first TDA trip back in 2011 and doing quite some more along the years I am so happy to be back there after a far too long Corona pause. First time cycling with you in Europe is exciting - a bit more comfortable than my third world camping expeditions.. Fits me really well! And about time to learn the more charming stretches of Germany after pendling between Austria (where I live) and Denmark (where I come from) for over 40 years. This will be wonderfull: to meet you all and doing a full supported tour again!

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Shaik Baba

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Shaik Baba

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

India

Baba is a maestro in the art of cycle maintenance. He has close to 20 years of experience in the industry along with 10 years of travelling the length and breath of the country on cycle trips and camps. India is a highly diversified country with many languages. With five spoken languages under his belt, Baba is an asset to have on the team. Baba is a very friendly team person and ever willing to help & contribute in all aspects.

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Jean Bernier

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Jean Bernier

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

Hi, my name is Jean. I grew up in the beautiful town of Québec city. I have been very active since my young age. Physical education teacher for 32 years; now retired. That's my second experience with the Tour d'Afrique: In 2011, I participated in the four months challenging T.D.A.: very proud of my E.F.I. (evrey f... inches) Countries visited on bike: Canada: coast to coast. Vancouver to Inuvik ( Arctic: on the Dempster highway.) Africa: Cairo to Cape Town. India. See you all.

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Namibia

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Johannes Hamunyela

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Johannes Hamunyela

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Namibia

How I got to be a cyclist Hi my name is Johannes Hamunyela, well known as “Jo-Joe”en I am 1,62 height,24years of age, it all started off as a joke clearly remember the year of 2008. By then I was 15 years of age. In my grade 8 in the city of Namibian well known as Windhoek. I was always so curious on owning my own bike as I always use to see most of my friends riding not allowing me to share with me simply because I take too long to return. Likely for me my secondary school get sponsored with bikes and the school started working out to those who do good for the school where I got to own one for myself too. So we started bragging on who’s faster than who we would go to the high ways. “the western bypass” to race amongst ourselves until we decided to actually join up for a competition “Race” where I got to win my first Amazing race the NEDBANK CYCLE CHALLENGE 35km under P.A.Y Physically Active Youth so I got to be introduced to P.A.Y which is an after school program where I would always come and do my school work and where we did some different sports activities’ so those of us that loved cycling joined and we get to be registered in races and we made it more fun by competing each other. There it goes the more you win the more you want to keep winning as I grow. So I got to be selected in the national team where I am till now, I got to travel to different countries either with my team or the national team to represent the country. And we would mostly bring back either medals or jersey’s as time passes so do i get to ride different bikes for different teams too. Where by so bikes sometimes I get to be invited alone for races to other countries. Like Japan, South Africa. I as well got to be doing training camps. E.g. the UCI camps which most of the races and places I visited I consider as achievements. I really feel like I have a lot to tell when it comes to my life history. As came from a really struggling family and with me cycling helps me provide a little income to my family. Where I can. It’s one of the reasons why I take cycling serious. I was born and raised by a single mother unemployed. I have 3 three brothers and a sister. I am my mum’s second born of the family. Where my younger brothers love seeing me ride my bike and I wish I could get them their own bikes but it really impossible as cycling in my country is not really recognized that much. So the little price money I get I have to assist my mother. With buying food and pay my little brother pre-primary school. I really feel sad sometimes when I see them look at me. I am rated as one of Namibia’s top cyclist and I am glad and happy, I feel proud of myself.

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Emily Currie

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Emily Currie

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South Africa

“‘Happiness is only real when shared’: I think this counts for a whole spectrum of experiences and emotions—pain, hardship, excitement, joy, for instance—and explains why sharing an adventure or journey with a group makes it so very real!”

Who would have thought that growing up on a farm and a career in rural healthcare would prepare me for a job like my job at TDA? I always had the desire to travel and even though I thought working here would be too good to actually come true when I sent in my job application, here I am, six tours and 28 countries later. I’ve learned more about the world and myself then I ever expected.

With so many incredible memories—and so much food shared, so many friends made along the way—it will take me years to process everything I’ve experienced courtesy of TDA. Highlights of my travels so far include finishing the North American Epic (NAE) in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead, cycling Central Asia’s Pamir Highway, Abdul’s pilaf in the parking lot, Colombia, pan con chicharron, Patagonia, a massive thunder storm in Zambia, Hami melon, Madagascar, Samarkand, walnut and honey spread on fresh bread and topped with whipped yak cream, eaten in a warm yurt… and the list goes on! It’s amazing to realize that everything I experience with TDA will have an impact on my life long after these adventures are over.

One adventure I don’t expect to have again is the one I had in Mexico, when we discovered Hurricane Patricia was heading right straight at us. Monitoring the storm’s progress through the night—from stage 4 to stage 5—seemed so unreal. By 5:00 a.m., CNN was calling Patricia the strongest hurricane ever measured on planet earth. A few hours later, we loaded all bikes, riders, kit and crew onto an extra van and bus … and took off, tails between our legs, because Patricia was shaping up to be a beast! By nightfall we were safe and sound in the heart of tequila country, and, as Patricia lost most of her fury at landfall, the party at our lodgings ramped up.

There are so many wonderful aspects to working with TDA but key amongst them are travelling with purpose, meeting people from all over—and the food!

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Peye Vlot

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Peye Vlot

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Netherlands

Since 1990 living and working ( dental surgeon ) in Muscat ( Sultanate of Oman ).

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Bill Wilson

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Bill Wilson

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

This will be my 13th trip with TDA, as I've previously ridden all or part of the Trans Europa, the Orient Express, the Hippie Trail, the Bamboo Road, Magical Madagascar, the Tour d'Afrique, the Trans Oceania, the Odyssey, the North American Epic, the South American Epic, the Great American Roadtrip and Journey to the East. . I retired nine years ago, after more than 35 years prosecuting criminal cases for the Ontario government, and spend the bulk of my time cycling, golfing, reading and travelling. I am looking forward to getting together with some old friends and making some new ones.

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Brad Davis

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Brad Davis

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Australia

Australian 25-year-old journalism graduate whose only priority is getting out and seeing as much of the world as possible! I'm passionate about travelling, socialising, and writing (usually about travelling and socialising).

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Jacqueline Nel

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Jacqueline Nel

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

South Africa

"It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle." Ernest Hemingway

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United Kingdom

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Rae Simpson

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Rae Simpson

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

This is the eleventh TDA trip for me and my wife Ursula. We're looking forward to riding Italy with friends from previous TDA trips as well as with new friends. I'm also looking forward to breaking in two new knees.

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Steven Pade

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Steven Pade

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Ifaty to Antisiranana

United States

I live in the United States on the West coast in Burlingame, California just south of San Francisco. I'm a retired software engineer that specialized in medical applications. I love to travel. I will go anywhere anytime. This is my third TDA tour. I cycled the Orient Express in 2013 and Magical Madagascar in 2017. Cycling is my passion. I am proud of the fact that I bicycle more miles per year then I ride or idrive a car. I love the freedom of traveling on a bicycle. Traveling by bicycle your only concern is your health, your bicycle, and experiencing the immediate world around you. Im looking forward to meeting you in India and experiencing the wonder of the Himalaya Mountains with you.

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Ursula Simpson

Rider

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Ursula Simpson

Rider
Ifaty to Antisiranana

Canada

I am a retired database analyst. Enjoying life in Squamish, on Canada's West coast. Either hiking, biking, or skiing. Having fun with my two grandsons and one grand daughter or hanging out with friends. My husband Rae and I have participated in 10 TdA tours all in either the Oceania, African or Asian continents. I was born and raised in Switzerland and therefore I am very much looking forward to experiencing the European flair again whilst riding through Italy.

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider

Ifaty to Antisiranana

Michel Savoie

Rider

Ifaty to Antisiranana

Frieder Wolfart

Rider

Ifaty to Antisiranana

David Houghton

Rider

Ifaty to Antisiranana

JANICE FLEMING

Rider

Ifaty to Antisiranana

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Emily Currie

Tour Leader

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Emily Currie

Tour Leader
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South Africa

“‘Happiness is only real when shared’: I think this counts for a whole spectrum of experiences and emotions—pain, hardship, excitement, joy, for instance—and explains why sharing an adventure or journey with a group makes it so very real!”

Who would have thought that growing up on a farm and a career in rural healthcare would prepare me for a job like my job at TDA? I always had the desire to travel and even though I thought working here would be too good to actually come true when I sent in my job application, here I am, six tours and 28 countries later. I’ve learned more about the world and myself then I ever expected.

With so many incredible memories—and so much food shared, so many friends made along the way—it will take me years to process everything I’ve experienced courtesy of TDA. Highlights of my travels so far include finishing the North American Epic (NAE) in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead, cycling Central Asia’s Pamir Highway, Abdul’s pilaf in the parking lot, Colombia, pan con chicharron, Patagonia, a massive thunder storm in Zambia, Hami melon, Madagascar, Samarkand, walnut and honey spread on fresh bread and topped with whipped yak cream, eaten in a warm yurt… and the list goes on! It’s amazing to realize that everything I experience with TDA will have an impact on my life long after these adventures are over.

One adventure I don’t expect to have again is the one I had in Mexico, when we discovered Hurricane Patricia was heading right straight at us. Monitoring the storm’s progress through the night—from stage 4 to stage 5—seemed so unreal. By 5:00 a.m., CNN was calling Patricia the strongest hurricane ever measured on planet earth. A few hours later, we loaded all bikes, riders, kit and crew onto an extra van and bus … and took off, tails between our legs, because Patricia was shaping up to be a beast! By nightfall we were safe and sound in the heart of tequila country, and, as Patricia lost most of her fury at landfall, the party at our lodgings ramped up.

There are so many wonderful aspects to working with TDA but key amongst them are travelling with purpose, meeting people from all over—and the food!

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Yanez Novoa

Chef

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Yanez Novoa

Chef
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South Africa

Oh to be on the road again. I am still suffering from a bit of cabin fever from the last few years and am excited to join you all in Buenos Aires.

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Jill Cohen

Medic

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Jill Cohen

Medic
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United States

Hi Everyone! Really looking forward to joining Bamboo Road 2022 as your Tour Medic. Saddle sores happen--I'm here to help, and we'll get through it. :) A bit about me: I've been an ER Nurse for 20 years, and now I do travel medicine and remote primary care. I love running amok outdoors on a bike, a snowboard, a boat, or my own two feet. Colorado is home base. I'm curious about the world, so I go on lots of expeditions, explorations, journeys, and trips. If you ask "Hey wanna come visit me in Siberia," I am that person who will show up on your doorstep. This is more or less how I started working with TDA. My last tour was Magical Madagascar in 2019, and I'm super excited to do another. Ok, see y'all soon!

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Dehon Ninon Cedric Ainarime

Tour Leader Trainee

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Dehon Ninon Cedric Ainarime

Tour Leader Trainee
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Madagascar

From a very remote village in Madagascar, live in Madagascar. Got lucky to be part of TDA family, I would never thought that one day i would be able to visit foreign countries "en vélo". Looking forward to meeting you all and having a great time.

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Mark Wambui

Content Creator

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Mark Wambui

Content Creator
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Kenya

Mark Wambui is a Storyteller. I enjoy tackling new adventures that test my endurance and commitment because through each of those moments I learn a little bit more about myself.

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic
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India

Baba is a maestro in the art of cycle maintenance. He has close to 20 years of experience in the industry along with 10 years of travelling the length and breath of the country on cycle trips and camps. India is a highly diversified country with many languages. With five spoken languages under his belt, Baba is an asset to have on the team. Baba is a very friendly team person and ever willing to help & contribute in all aspects.

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United Kingdom

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United States

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Elizabeth (Liz) Crago

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Elizabeth (Liz) Crago

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New Zealand

There are so many interesting places to travel to, and I can't think of any better way to travel through anywhere, than by bike. I enjoy the challenge it brings and I look forward to going to the more out of the way locations. I enjoy travel, and I love cycling so am looking forward to combining them both again on this trip. My first TDA trip was Madagascar in 2019, I did the Trans-Caucasus in 2022, and I can’t wait to do another trip with TDA. The Silk Road has always inspired me, and does daunt me at the same time, but I look forward to experiencing what it has to offer. In the meantime I look forward to a few sections in South America!

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Stephen Owen

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Stephen Owen

Rider
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United Kingdom

Cycling since school age chasing buses to school, and now aged 57, I have stepped up cycling in the last 10 years with weekend rides and endurance 300/500km rides in 24hrs, wisdom/body is now telling me that multi-day riding is more fun... More recently cycled across Atlas mountains North Africa, Sri Lanka, and recently TDA Madagascar. The Tour d'Afrique 2023 trip will be exciting and push me to the limits and beyond, TDA Madagascar May 2019 recharged my batteries for a few years and this trip is long overdue and will scratch the itch again. It always brings a smile to my face once I've sat down at end of the day with coffee in hand and consider how lucky I am.

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Becky Lewis

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Becky Lewis

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United States

I live in Steamboat Springs, CO. I do lots of outside activities in this mountain town, including hiking, gravel and road biking, alpine skiing, x-country skiing, snow shoeing, landscaping, cooking/baking, and probably more I can't think of right now. I do a lot of volunteer work. I'm single and retired.

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Amy Jenkins

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Amy Jenkins

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United States

I am so excited to join this ride! I have ridden in Italy, Spain, Croatia, Vietnam , Cambodia and across America. This is sure to be the coolest location yet! I am married and have 2 adult children, their spouses and a 6 year old grandson, all of whom are the light of my life! In addition to biking, I love everything outdoors including snow and water skiing and teach adaptive snow and waterskiing as well. Because I am retired, I spend my time volunteering for Hospice, for an adaptive sports program and at our local hospital with our therapy dog Mollie. Life is grand and I look forward to this wonderful adventure with all of you!

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EVAN KENLEY

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EVAN KENLEY

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Canada

I have the wanderlust. What better way to do it than by bike? I have traveled extensively and recently did the SAE and Silk Route. What fun and challenging trips. I am hitting that sweet spot in age when the time, energy and desire are there to challenge myself to new adventures. I look forward to sharing this challenging experience with my fellow adventurers.

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Tom Green

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Tom Green

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United Kingdom

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Steve Caithness

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Steve Caithness

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New Zealand

I'm looking forward to this trip. I cycled Madagascar 2019 and was new to cycling long distances when I started that, and loved the experience. I've been pretty active all my life, playing sports, fishing and diving, and especially enjoyed travelling to Truk Lagoon in 2011 and 2013 diving shipwrecks. So I am looking forward to a new challenge and enjoy meeting new people from different cultures and with different ways of life.

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Alan Knight

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Alan Knight

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Canada

I look forward to meeting and riding with all of you. This will be my third tour with TDA. I survived Cairo to Cape Town in 2013 and Madagascar in 2019. I hope to survive the Bamboo Road as well – and not get lost too many times. I retired some years ago and currently live in Cairo. My wife. Liz Tayler, will join me.

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Hugh Green

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Hugh Green

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United Kingdom

26- Mechanical Engineer Pirelli - Ready for another TDA Adventure...

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Ellen Kurland

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Ellen Kurland

Rider
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United States

Looking forward to seeing Australia and doing some cycling!

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Canada

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James Bowen

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James Bowen

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United Kingdom

I am a plump 64 year old recently retired barrister who should know better

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Freddie Kennedy

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Freddie Kennedy

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Charlene Cebryk

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Charlene Cebryk

Rider
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Canada

I love the outdoors, hiking, golf, camping, cycling, yoga and travelling. First TDA trip was Madagascar and now I'm "hooked"! As the 2020 South America I was booked on was Covid cancelled, I'm glad to have the chance to be able to give it another go.

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Canada

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Jeanine Hartnett

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Jeanine Hartnett

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United States

This will be my fifth TDA trip. I retired from a banking career in New York in 2016. I’ve done many other long distance cycling trips, including across the US in 2017.

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Rita Tellerman

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Rita Tellerman

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United States

Hi! My name is Rita and I am a retired Public Health Nutritionist living in New York City. I can’t wait for the next TDA adventure. Since I started cycling at 49 and doing lots of bike trips to see the world, , I have ALWAYS and continue to be the oldest woman on each and every tour. My message to anyone who might consider it a barrier… don’t … just do it and you’ll have the time of your life.

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Sonia Simard

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Sonia Simard

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Henry Gold

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Henry Gold

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Canada

Founder, TDA Global Cycling

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Niels van Dongen

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Niels van Dongen

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Netherlands

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Ruth Storm

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Ruth Storm

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United Kingdom

Joining the Tour d’Afrique in 2007 was the beginning of my love of cycle touring. Since, I’ve cycled independently in Europe, New Zealand, Middle East, North America, TDA Silk Road 2016, TDA Madagascar 2019 and TDA Himalayas 2019. I also sail, trek, climb and ski long distances and remotely. Looking forward to exploring with like-minded friends!

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Julie Hunter

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Julie Hunter

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New Zealand

I’m a Kiwi living in the U.K. I got bitten by the cycling bug in 2014. with my kiwi riding buddy we’ve been doing independent cycling and camping trips in Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and this year Sicily. Madagascar is an exciting location, will be my first trip without loaded panniers, looking forward to meeting like minded people and seeing the Lemurs.

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Jane Hartwell

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Jane Hartwell

Rider
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United States

I have wanted to travel to Madagascar for over 20 years, and am really excited to do so via bicycle! I really believe you see the world from different perspective from a bike. This will be my first time on a bicycle tour. I'm looking forward to meeting and riding with everyone else. I don't have any (non-work related) social media links!

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Emily Currie

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Elizabeth (Liz) Crago

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Stephen Owen

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Mitchell Kadelbach

Chef

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Mitchell Kadelbach

Chef
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United Kingdom

Something of a British Canadian mongrel, raised in Toronto and currently awaiting judgement day in the UK's Southwest. I first cut my teeth as a chef in Toronto's fast-paced restaurant scene, specialising in Italian and Mexican cuisine. But really grew in to my own, after I started traveling, seeing drawing connections, conjuring up my own fusions, and getting to grips with real french cuisine in France. In 2018, I completed the Silk Route tour with TDA as the tour chef. and then returned to the region in 2022 on TDA's Trans-Caucuses. Working for TDA is truly a dream come true, as I never stop savouring the opportunity, overland across continent, tasting cuisine, drinking in the sights and sounds, learning languages and laughing with locals. I hope to engaged more openly with my travels by, recording and photographing the outlandish and irregular natural and cultural communities, eventually capitalising on my journalism undergrad.

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Medic

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Medic
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Netherlands

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Dehon Ninon Cedric Ainarime

Assistant Tour Leader

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Dehon Ninon Cedric Ainarime

Assistant Tour Leader
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Madagascar

From a very remote village in Madagascar, live in Madagascar. Got lucky to be part of TDA family, I would never thought that one day i would be able to visit foreign countries "en vélo". Looking forward to meeting you all and having a great time.

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Mara Scallon

Tour Leader Trainee

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Mara Scallon

Tour Leader Trainee
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United States

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Yanez Novoa

Tour Leader

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Yanez Novoa

Tour Leader
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South Africa

A long time ago, I had a ten minute conversation on the beach with Steve who had been on a TDA tour through Africa. I didn’t know it then but it planted a thought in my head that would soon change the course of my life.

It seemed that everything I had done before had in some way prepared me for this. A life in hospitality and a few years at sea - from some grand establishments to some very inhospitable vessels and anything in-between.

There were a variety of less stimulating occupations I had explored before I landed at TDA. I think this is what has kept me here for so long, the almost overwhelming stimulation that one gets from daily life on tour, which is miles apart from my quiet country life in South Africa.

That, and the other people. There is always such a variety of people from all walks of life and from all over the world that I would otherwise not have met.

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic
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India

Baba is a maestro in the art of cycle maintenance. He has close to 20 years of experience in the industry along with 10 years of travelling the length and breath of the country on cycle trips and camps. India is a highly diversified country with many languages. With five spoken languages under his belt, Baba is an asset to have on the team. Baba is a very friendly team person and ever willing to help & contribute in all aspects.

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Ethan Weil

Content Creator

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Ethan Weil

Content Creator
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United States

An adventure loving guy from Colorado now living in Hawaii. I fell in love with travel and adventure at an early age where I got hooked with exploring new places, cultures, and experiences. From that urge to explore, came my passion for storytelling which I loved to share through the creative mediums of photography, videography, and writing. Another form of travel that I like is through music as I love all kinds. I get excited about the morning as it involves sunrises, coffee, tea, and especially breakfast! I'm an outgoing guy who genuinely loves to learn from others about their passions and goals in life along with hearing the stories they have to share! I hope to continue traveling, exploring landscapes, cultures, and experiences, while creating long lasting memories and friendships along the way! Excited for this next journey!

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Eleanor Patterson

Rider

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Eleanor Patterson

Rider
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Australia

Rode the Ruta Maya tour in 2015 and loved it. Was planning on doing the first Magical Madagascar Tour in 2019 but ended up doing the last 2 sections of West Africa en Velo in 2019 which was fantastic and allowed me and my partner to catch up with a number of Ruta Maya riders who had signed up for the tour, and to meet new friends. Covid along with a change in jobs put the brakes on riding the 2021 Magical Madagascar Tour, so we are very much looking forward to finally getting to Madagascar in 2023. In the meantime we are riding Darwin to Broome.

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David Dennis

Rider

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David Dennis

Rider
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Australia

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Constance Grill

Rider

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Constance Grill

Rider
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United States

I like to explore new places whether on foot, on horseback or bicycle! Looking forward to this adventure in Madagascar!

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Trixie Wagner

Rider

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Trixie Wagner

Rider
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Germany

I am a German citizen but live and work in Switzerland. After having survived Ruta Maya, parts of the Tour d'Afrique and West Africa, I am looking forward to the next cycling challenge!

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Jürgen Zeller

Rider

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Jürgen Zeller

Rider
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Germany

Hi, I'm Jürgen and I live in Würzburg, Germany. I am 60 years old and have had many years of experience traveling in europe, asia and central america. I travelled by bike in many countries alone or in small groups of two or three riders.

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Elias (Eli) Baron

Rider

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Elias (Eli) Baron

Rider
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United States

I'm now retired and live in Plano Texas. Since I retired I have been doing one or more long distance bicycle rides each year. I did the Viva Italia Ride in 2019 and it was a very special experience. This year I did a self guided self supported ride in the Sierra Blanca in Spain, in Greece from Athens to Thesalonniki, a bicycle ride in Mongolia and a bicycle ride in Maine. I'm looking forward to ride in 2023 The Hippie Trail and Madagascar with TDA.

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marcus ezekiel

Rider

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marcus ezekiel

Rider
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United Kingdom

I live in London and enjoy road cycling, walking and mountains. I am very much looking forward to meeting everyone. Marcus

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United States

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Jim FOWLER

Rider

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Jim FOWLER

Rider
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United States

I'm a nomad and spend as much time as possible traveling. With TDA I've done the Tour d'Afrique, Magical Madagascar and the Orient Express. I’ve become a TDA junkie and am signed up for lots more trips. Looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones on the next tour!

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Maureen Lanuke

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Maureen Lanuke

Rider
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Canada

Hi. My name is Maureen, and I am passionate about bicycle touring and anything to do with bicycles. I have never been to India and I can't think of a better way to explore it than by bicycle. I have cycled the Orient Express, Canada 150, and Madagascar trips with TDA, and have participated in, or led many bike tours through Canada, the States, France, Italy, New Zealand, and Australia - both supported and self-support, and am hoping to be able to do many more rides on my bucket list while the mind and the body are still willing and able! I'm looking forward to meeting my fellow adventurers on this unique adventure!

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Australia

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Rod Pennington

Rider

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Rod Pennington

Rider
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Canada

Hi there fellow adventure travellers....let's go!

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Corinne Pennington

Rider

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Corinne Pennington

Rider
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Canada

Coffee first, then a few written pages, followed by breakfast before starting any day's journey. I am thankful to my dad, who took the training wheels off before pushing me forward, a momentum of freedom I've never forgotten. Grateful to be on this trek with my partner Rod and amazing son David. I hope to stop a lot to fill notebooks, eat leisurely at the lunch stop, and siesta under any tree before peddling on to the finish line, where hopefully a cool refreshing drink will be waiting for me. Alumni 2011 India, Madagascar 2023 and excited to be returning with TDA to join the Morocco team.

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David Pennington

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David Pennington

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Canada

FriedlyDrifter

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Greg Roberts

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Greg Roberts

Rider
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Australia

I enjoy cycling, spending time outdoors, and visiting other countries and cultures, so this has to be the perfect combination, right? In between holidays I'm a hospital-based pharmacist/researcher. Looking forward to meeting a few of the locals at the various stop-overs, having a few beers with the other cyclists, and hearing a few tall stories.

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David Kiser

Rider

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David Kiser

Rider
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United States

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Toni-Anne Pease

Rider

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Toni-Anne Pease

Rider
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Canada

I am determined to live life to the fullest, taking risks and smiling.

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Peye Vlot

Rider

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Peye Vlot

Rider
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Netherlands

Since 1990 living and working ( dental surgeon ) in Muscat ( Sultanate of Oman ).

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Yanez Novoa

Tour Leader

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Eleanor Patterson

Rider

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David Dennis

Rider

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Constance Grill

Rider

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Trixie Wagner

Rider

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Jackie Silverberg

Rider

Ifaty to Antsiranana

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Jackie Silverberg

Rider
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Canada

I’m a retired high school teacher . Im very fit and love riding my bike . I have ridden in Patagonia , the Atlas Mountains , Rwanda and Uganda , Laos, Thailand ,and Borneo .Road Egypt and Sudan., southern US and Transoceania , Japan and Korea with TDA

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rochelle davidson

Rider

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rochelle davidson

Rider
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Canada

My husband Jeff and I are very excited to be returning to Africa after being part of the 2019 Tour d'Afrique (Sections 7 & 8). We live in beautiful Vancouver, Canada and get to ride almost year-round. I've been able to ride on every continent, and Africa was my final continent (ask me about Antarctica!). Jeff and I met riding 14 years ago while training for a 400km one-day ride that raises money for cancer research. A breast cancer survivor myself, I love that I can combine my love of riding with my commitment to creating a future where nobody dies of cancer.

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Rider

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jeff davidson

Rider
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Canada

Hello, I'm a 57-year old avid cyclist from Vancouver Canada. Married to Rochelle, also on the trip, and have two amazing spaniels.

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Joanna Jaworska

Rider

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Joanna Jaworska

Rider
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Poland

I'm 66 and live in Warsaw, Poland. Until a few years ago I've been very active in business (running my own company and our horse ranch). Then my kids took over my responsibilities and now I have more time for me and my sports activities. A few years ago I started to bike. I’ve done a few MTB biking trips in the mountains of Portugal, Austria and Albania and been bike touring in Norway, Scotland, Spain and Corsica. 2022 I participated in the New Zealand sections of TransOceania and 2023 in the full tour of Journey to the East - it’s been great!

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Suzy Leveille

Rider

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Suzy Leveille

Rider
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Canada

Went on a section of the tour in 2013, Khartoum to Ethiopia, and just want to continue other tours, meeting wonderful people, discovering amazing countries while being out of my comfort zone. My son will also be part of the tour. What a great way to travel!

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William Beausejour

Rider

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William Beausejour

Rider
Antananarivo to Antsiranana

Canada

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Kirsty McIlwaine

Rider

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Kirsty McIlwaine

Rider
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Ian Montgomery

Rider

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Ian Montgomery

Rider
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Jane Pegg

Rider

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Jane Pegg

Rider
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Canada

More of a runner than a biker but looking for an active adventure to keep me young!

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Alan Gilchrist

Rider

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Alan Gilchrist

Rider
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Sabrina Raugutt

Rider

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Sabrina Raugutt

Rider
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United States

An active individual from Denver, Colorado. I love to hike, bike, swim, run, snowshoe, ski, volunteer and travel the world. During the year I am a 6-8th grade teacher and work with kids with learning disabilities.

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Laurence kaye

Rider

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Laurence kaye

Rider
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Lance Kaye

Rider

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Lance Kaye

Rider
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Lauri Kaye

Rider

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Lauri Kaye

Rider
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Max D

Rider

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Max D

Rider
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United States

I live in California (Bay Area) and enjoy biking at a casual pace, with plenty of stops for photos. I work for myself these days which gives me some vacation time flexibility. Before 2022, I'd mostly gone on DIY 1-week bike tours, but I joined the first month of the 2022 TdA Bamboo Road (Vietnam and Cambodia), and the full Journey To The East in 2023 and had a great time on both (the riding, the people, the food)... so I'm hoping to join another tour in the future-- the 2025 Madagascar, or half of the 2025 Silk Route, or The Odyssey 2026.

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Manfred Hoefert

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Manfred Hoefert

Rider
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Germany

This is the first time I'm participating in TDA organized tour and I'm really looking foward to it.

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Jacob Purmer

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Jacob Purmer

Rider
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Roel van den Berg

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Roel van den Berg

Rider
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Netherlands

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Ron Janzen

Rider

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Ron Janzen

Rider
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Canada

I've been club riding since 2004. Mostly I tour around the Winnipeg area of Manitoba. When I'm not cycling, you might find me at the race track with one of my sports cars. I'm a bit of an adrenaline junky. Other passions are social justice and international development. This has led me to relief and development work in southeast asia and the middle east. I'm a host on Warm Showers and enjoy meeting and feeding cross-Canada cyclists who make it as far as Winnipeg!

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Drew Digney

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Drew Digney

Rider
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Canada

I am a 58 year old trying to retire emergency doc from the east coast of Vancouver Island. Yes I am Melanie’s other half and love traveling the world with her since our meeting in Nepal many years ago. We have recently caught the bike bug and are looking forward to seeing Morocco up close and personal. Not being a fan of the 'all inclusive' I am looking forward to the days in the saddle, the smells of the sites and the evenings spent exploring and meeting new people from near and far.

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Melanie Digney

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Melanie Digney

Rider
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Canada

I grew up mostly in the UK and have lived in BC for more than 30 years. I’ve always wanted to travel in Morocco and love the idea of exploring by bike. My husband and I met rafting and trekking in Nepal in the 1980s and our travels have included more trekking and diving than biking. A 12-day bike tour in Sri Lanka in 2022 whetted our appetites for a longer trip and here we are, on what is the first, hopefully, of several TDA tours. Looking forward to meeting other like-minded travellers and exploring this part of the world.

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Stephen Hyde

Rider

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Stephen Hyde

Rider
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United Kingdom

Just retired, I have been looking for a cycling adventure and this trip fits the bill. I have lived in Abu Dhabi for the last 22 years and I am now back in the cold of the UK. Hoping for some good weather, great cycling and looking forward to meeting everyone and starting.

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Michael Maitland

Rider

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Michael Maitland

Rider
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Richard Friedman

Rider

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Richard Friedman

Rider
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Caroline Derouet

Rider

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Caroline Derouet

Rider
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Canada

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Glen Marko

Rider

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Glen Marko

Rider
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jocelyne lamoureux

Rider

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jocelyne lamoureux

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Karl Siebert

Rider

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Karl Siebert

Rider
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Australia

Did the Tour D Afrique in 2019 and looking forward to seeing more of Africa. Especially the unique wildlife in Madagascar.

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Jennifer Bilsbarrow

Rider

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Jennifer Bilsbarrow

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Audrey Spielmann

Rider

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Audrey Spielmann

Rider
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Canada

I am a physician living in vancouver with my husband and 3 kids. Our friend drew has introduced us to TGA and we are excited for this upcoming trip.

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Dean Johnston

Rider

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Dean Johnston

Rider
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Canada

Husband, Dad, Physician Regular mountain and road biker. Reasonably fit. I have no social media accounts (and I like it that way)

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Jackie Silverberg

Rider

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rochelle davidson

Rider

Ifaty to Antsiranana

jeff davidson

Rider

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Joanna Jaworska

Rider

Ifaty to Antsiranana

Suzy Leveille

Rider

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“I liked it so much, I booked another trip on week 5 of 6, even though I was bathing in a muddy stream after a long days ride.”

“I found this tour exceeded my expectations of both my own capabilities and what a bike tour would be like. For my first tour and really for my first time ever doing any distance cycling. I had a blast and only positive experiences!”

“The guidance of the tour was perfect. The staff gave all what was possible to support the riders. I enjoyed the mixture of cycling and visiting the natural-sites of Madagascar. The two-days boat trip on the river was a highlight for me.”

OVERVIEW MAGICAL MADAGASCAR 2025


  • FULL TOUR
  • SECTION 1
  • SECTION 2
  • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
  • AVENUE OF THE BAOBABS
  • BEACHES & LEMURS
  • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
  • IFATY TO ANTANANARIVO
  • ANTANANARIVO TO ANTSIRANANA
  • MAY 15 TO JUN 27
  • MAY 15 TO JUN 7
  • JUN 10 TO JUN 27
  • USD 14900
  • USD 10600
  • USD 8100
  • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • FULL TOUR
    • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
    • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
    • MAY 15 TO JUN 27
    • 14900 USD
    • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 1
    • AVENUE OF THE BAOBABS
    • IFATY TO ANTANANARIVO
    • May 15 - Jun 7
    • 10600 USD
    • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 2
    • BEACHES & LEMURS
    • ANTANANARIVO TO ANTSIRANANA
    • Jun 10 - Jun 27
    • 8100 USD
    • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE

ALL DEPARTURES


  • 2025
  • 2027
  • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
  • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
  • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
  • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
  • MAY 15 TO JUN 27
  • MAY 15 TO JUN 27
  • USD 14900
  • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • 2025
    • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
    • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
    • May 15 - Jun 27
    • 14900 USD
    • LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
  • 2027
    • MAGICAL MADAGASCAR
    • IFATY TO ANTSIRANANA
    • May 15 - Jun 27
    • SPACES AVAILABLE

Full tour and section dates listed are for first and last day of cycling. Prices based on double occupancy at majority of the hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same gender at no additional charge. Accommodation the night before first cycling day and the night of last cycling day are included in entry fee. Single supplement may be available, please contact us for more information. We advise booking at least 1 additional night at tour accommodation before the tour, to be able to attend rider briefing and have assistance from tour bike mechanic in setting up your bike.

Full entry fee payment is due 90 days before the tour start date. A registration fee of US$150 must first be paid to hold your place on the tour and is in addition to the entry fee listed above. Registration fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. We recommend registering 4 - 6 months before the tour start date to take full advantage of our pre-tour support and information bulletins, but late registrations are possible when spaces are still available.

Full tour entry fees will receive an early payment discount of US$300 if full payment is received 6 months before the start of the tour. Those coming for multiple sections get 10% off for 2 or more sections on the same tour (multiple section discount does not apply to full tour price). TDA alumni get special alumni discounts. Please contact our office for further details.

 

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