Burley Markenbotschafter

Burleys Markenbotschafter sind überall unterwegs. Von Mamas und Papas, die ihre Kinder jeden Tag auf ihrer Reise begleiten, bis hin zu wahren Abenteurern, die mehr Zeit im bzw. auf dem Sattel verbringen als ein Cowboy. Folgen Sie unseren Botschaftern und lesen Sie in unserem Blog mehr über die kleinen und großen Abenteuer.

3Boondogglers

Linden, Jake & Mabel

After 3 years of saving they decided it was time to quit their jobs and hit the road with a mission to travel the West coast of the Americas. Along the way they hope to find their passion for life with their pup, Mabel, in tow. The adventure started in July 2019 when they pedaled out of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska with a final destination of Ushuaia, Argentina following the Pan-American Highway, the world’s longest “motorable road”. The goal of their trip is to enjoy the adventure and meet as many folks along the way to share their passion for living life to the fullest. Follow their adventure and blog for great tips and stories from their incredible bikepacking tour.

3BoonDogglers Website

The Jonesys

Justin, Lauren, & Baby Morgan

Justin has become known for his epic adventures with his mate Cas in the full length documentaries: Crossing the Ice and Crossing the Ditch. As a family with his wife and child, the Jonesys, are trekking from the center of Australia to the southern coast fully self supported with a Cub for little Morgan. Lauren has been on many “micro” adventures, but now she’s headed to the outback with her baby in tow! This sure will be a family adventure to remember! Check out the bio on their page and be sure follow their adventure!

The Jonesys

Crossing the Ice

Crossing the Ditch

Barfuß in der Nähe der Burley

Becky, Bryon, & April

Jetzt ist dies eine Familie, in der es um das Radfahren geht. Sie sind Anwälte innerhalb ihrer eigenen Gemeinschaft und ermutigen andere, nach draußen und entdeckenmit ihren Kindern zu gehen. Freiwilligenarbeit für die Streckenpflege und Radrennen ist ein Teil des regulären Programms. Sie sind sogar schon einige Male Rennen gefahren, mit dem kleinen April im Schlepptau! Tiefschnee, Sand oder Kies mag für manche wie eine Hürde erscheinen, aber für diese Familie ist es nur ein weiteres Abenteuer. Folgen Sie ihrem täglichen Radsportleben und ihren erstaunlichen Radwanderabenteuern.

Nathan Collier & Abenteuer Nolan

Ein abenteuerlustiges Vater-Sohn-Duo, das ununterbrochen trainiert. Nathan ist ein professioneller Rennfahrer für das honeyStinger Bontrager Mountainbike Team und muss regelmäßig für Höchstleistungen trainieren. Als Elternteil und professioneller Fahrer Burleyermöglicht Nathan's, dass der Trainingstag für Straßen- oder Mountainbikes an jedem Tag stattfinden kann.

Nolan begann seine Fahrten mit Papa im Alter von 1 Jahr und im Jahr 2018 im Alter von 3 Jahren fuhr er über 1.700 Meilen zusammen. Im Jahr 2019 planen sie, zusammen über 2.000 Meilen zu fahren. Folgen Sie #AdventureNolan & Nathan auf all ihren Reisen, um zu sehen, wo das Duo diese Woche gefahren ist.

Long Haul Trekkers

Jen and Dave have bike toured through Europe and South America with their adventure pup, Sora. Now back in Portland, Oregon they’re riding regularly and fantasizing about their next trip. They hope to inspire others to pursue what makes them happy in life whether that be weekend tours or quitting your job to travel the world. They are also huge dog advocates who regularly fund raise to support shelters and healthy relationships for all the pups around the world.

Long Haul Trekkers

Burley Blog Posts:

Quit Your Job & Travel with Your Dog

Sora the Explorer

Bone Appetit

“Rode Trip” – Oregon’s Bikeways (Video)

Oregon Rode Trip – McKenzie Pass

Licking Her Wounds

Hunde & Windeln

Parents, Travelers, & All-Around Fun Seekers!

Die Bynum-Wheeler Family wächst und ihre Abenteuer beginnen erst jetzt. Sie trafen sich zum ersten Mal im Winter 2015 im Idaho Teton Valley, als Allie beschloss, mit ihren beiden Hunden nach Westen zu ziehen. Collin hatte ein Zimmer frei, aber Hunde waren nicht erlaubt. Sie blieben in Kontakt mit den sozialen Medien, Jahre später wieder vereint und fielen ineinander, entdeckten ihre gemeinsame Liebe zum Wandern, Radfahren, Skifahren, Camping und Erkunden der freien Natur. Taco und Dobby, die Pelzbälle, standen im Mittelpunkt, aber jetzt ist Little Olin der Star der Show und der Spaß kommt immer weiter. Folgen Sie ihren lustigen Ausflügen, während sie hoffen, alle Familien und Abenteurer zu inspirieren.

Hunde & Windeln

Burley Blog Posts:

Appalachian Snow Day

SUP with PUP

Maria Shultz-ACA SUP Instructor, Author, Dog Lover

Maria, Riley, & Kona, A girl and her two dogs that are always out having fun adventure together. Maria literally wrote the book on how to SUP with your dog when she published “How to SUP With Your PUP” in 2013 and now she’s finding more ways to keep her older pup Riley involved in all the fun to be had. Follow all of her adventures and learn from all her great trips on how to keep your pup a part of your adventures.

Maria Christina Shultz

Burley Blog Posts:

How Series: Training Dogs for Bike Trailers, Part 1

Tail Wagon im Süden

Expedition Dust

Brando Yelavich, aka “Wildboy”

Brando was “an ordinary person doing ordinary things” until at the age of 19 when he became the first person to circumnavigate the coastline of New Zealand by foot. Since he’s covered 700km of Stewart Island, spent 15 days in Nepal, crossed the polar icecap in Greenland, and circumnavigated Vancouver island by kayak. Next he’s crossing Australia by bike towing all his supplies with a few partners in a wild trip he dubbed Expedition Dust.

The Coffee Ride

Joshua Crane

Kaffee & Fahrräder: Zwei Dinge, die sich so gut miteinander verbinden. Joshua, ein Boulder Colorado Kaffeeröster, gründete The Coffee Ride aus der Liebe zum Reiten und der perfekten Tasse Kaffee. Durch Winterregen, Frühlingsregen und Sommerhitze liefert Joshua seinen ganzen Kaffee mit dem Fahrrad und das seit Jahren. Schauen Sie sich seine fantastischen Spezialitätenbraten und die nachhaltige Lieferung per Fahrrad an.

Das Bikings-Projekt

Das Bikings Project ist eine Gruppe von Jungs aus verschiedenen Lebensbereichen, die zusammenkommen, um Menschen zu inspirieren und in die Welt des Fahrradtourismus einzuführen. Sie haben bereits 1.200 Kilometer im Northern Territory of Australia zurückgelegt, Kuba mit dem Fahrrad erkundet und planen nun, 16.000 Kilometer im Team durch Australien zu reisen. Das einfache Ziel ist es, lustige, authentische und spannende Inhalte zu generieren, um Menschen von der Couch zu befreien und an Radtouren als Weg ins entdeckenGrüne interessiert zu sein.

Bryan Sheffield

@Dad_Bike

Photographer and bicycling enthusiast. Bryan and his buddies started @Dad_Bike as a way to make fun of themselves and prove you can still have fun on bikes with kids. He still gets in his regular rides with the buddies and family now just with a trailer in tow and a MyKick balance bike ready to go. Making memories and getting the kids outside is what it’s all about.

Instagram

Burley Blog Posts:

Moving to Philadelphia

Summer is Here

“Switzerland of America”

A (My)Kickin’ Wedding

A Fall Family Adventure – Perkiomen Trail, PA

Keeping Up with the Kids

Justin Rowe

During the last twenty years Justin has organized and taken part in ultra endurance runs throughout the UK. He’s run the length and breadth of the UK and more recently ran to all of the 215 Fire Houses in New York City. The runs are challenging and different than the average run. His runs have benefited many people, as he’s raised thousands of pounds(or dollars) along the way for various charities in the UK & the USA. In 2019 he’ll be running down the Atlantic USA coast to raise more money for the Stephen Siller Tunnel 2 Towers Foundation USA and UK Charity TBC. As a self supported runner he keeps all his goods in tow with a Nomad trailer.

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The Press – Malton watch manager Justin Rowe and firefighter Terrance Gregg, from York fire station, will run 12 marathons

North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service – Firefighters to participate in mammoth run for charity

Ross Exler

African Great Lakes Expedition

Ross is an adventurer through and through. He’s navigated a small boat thousands of kilometers solo through the Amazon, taught himself how to ride a motor bike in Dar es Salaam and then rode it solo more than 10,000 kilometers in eastern and southern Africa, ascended mountains of over 6,000 meters, and survived innumerable challenges from Brazilian pirates to corrupt Zimbabwean cops. Now he’s headed to the Africa on the ultimate biking and paddling expedition where he plans to do the first unsupported, human powered, solo crossing of the three largest African Great Lakes.

Ross Exler’s African Great Lakes Trip

Burley Blog Posts:

African Great Lakes Solo Crossing

Vagaboom

Demis from Switzerland and Nancy from Mexico met in Puerto Vallarta in 2010 when their love first sparked.  They’re relationship didn’t really kick into gear until 2015 when they reconnected. Since, their lives have been focused on seeking a fulfillment and enjoyment of life each day. They rode away from their wedding on bikes and started a journey from Alaska to Patagonia. Along the way they found Babino, their puppy, who’s along for the ride of a lifetime cruising in the Tail Wagon trailer. Catch up on their adventures and see how they live life to the fullest.

Vagaboom’s Website

Vagaboom’s YouTube Vlogs

Jake Wilcox

Venture500

He specializes in long distance, non-motorized journeys. With over five years exploring the globe, Jake has begun his Venture500 campaign to complete 50 expeditions, each 500+ miles, while crossing every continent non motorized. Through these expeditions Jake has been able to raise funds, giving back to different charities and educating along the way. He hopes to help inspire and motivate people to live a more healthy, active, and outdoor lifestyle. Jake is currently making his way across Australia on an Ellipto with a Nomad in tow.

Burley Blog Posts:

What’s Next?

Training for Trans-Continental Adventure

Packing to Hit the Trail

Australia Interview

Lie & Loft

Portland to Pebble – Luke & Pete

Luke and Pete set out on a 900+ miles adventure down the Pacific Northwest Coast from Portland, OR to Pebble Beach, CA with their golf bags in tow on our Travoy trailers. Unlike most bike tours, they decided to hit the links as they pedaled their way.

Lie & Loft Blog

Golf Channel – Portland to Pebble: Biking with golf clubs (Video)

Golf.com – Portland to Pebble: Two friends, 800 miles, one hell of a golf trip

Golf.com – Portland to Pebble: A 800-mile golf odyssey (Video Interview)

Golf Digest – 7 takeaways from a 800-mile bike/golf trip from Portland to Pebble

Bryan Fletcher

US Nordic Ski Team

Bryan was born in Colorado where skiing is king and he quickly became hooked. At nearly 3 years old he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. While battling this cancer he was introduced to Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined. Working with his coaches and teammates helped him battle through. His commitment to training and never saying “no” got him to the 2002 Olympics his freshman year of high school. Since he has become a member of the US Ski Team and has successfully competed around the world. He is currently in Park City Utah training for the 2018 Winter Olympics with a Burley towing his little one. Follow his training and cheer him on in the upcoming Olympic Games.

Bryan Fletcher

Cycle South Chica

Leah Manning

After pursuing her dream of cycling 15,000 miles from California to the tip of South America, she learned that adventure is limitless. As a solo woman on her adventure she learned a new language, bicycle maintenance, camping, and survival skills while out in the wild. During her bike tour that spanned from May 2013-May 2015 she met many European families traveling with young children by bike. Even for her this was eye opening. She now has her own little one, Nina. She continues to share her passion for cycling with Nina as they explore in a thrilling way to experience the landscape and meet people.

CycleSouthChica Blog

Jeremy McGhee

The UnPavement Tour

In 2001 Jeremy was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, but he’s certainly never let it slow him down as he continues to bike, surf, paddle, & ski. On top of that he also speaks publicly about his adventures to inspire others. In December 2013 he released his Drop In Project documentary about his backcountry climb and skiing of the Bloody Couloir without the use of his legs. Now he’s on the UNpavement Tour, a collaboration with the MTB Project set on inspiring others to get off the pavement. Traveling throughout the Western US he’ll be mapping trails and creating detailed information to improve access for those living with disabilities.

Jeremy McGhee