Dernier épisode des 10 secondes par jour ! Merci tout le monde de nous avoir suivi cette année dans cette petite série vidéo qui j’espère a rempli sa mission : donner un aperçu de ce que peut être la vie à vélo pendant un an autour du monde. Je reste bien sûr friand de toutes vos réactions, maintenant plus que jamais ! Je suis en train de vous préparer une foultitude de surprises, et vos commentaires m’influenceront sur les choix que je suis en train de faire, donc…

Première semaine en France : La Meuse est vide c’est un peu la déprime, et le contre-coup du passage de la frontière me mine le moral… Heureusement que les vignes champenoises se profilent à l’horizon ! On retrouve les copains en région parisienne qui vont rouler avec nous jusqu’au abords de Paris, les mêmes qui nous ont accompagnés la première semaine, j’ai nommé Erwann et Géraldine ! — Et parce que je sais que vous aimez bien, j’ai calé des vaches en BONUS !

Ca y est, on traverse la frontière pour de vrai ! Le moment n’est pas simple, mais on rentre en France. Après 12 mois à être habitués à ne parler français qu’entre nous, le changement est rude. Au Macdo : “Hello, where can I … heu, vous avez des prises murales pour recharger l’ordi ?” Mode lexique sans limite-je cherche plus mes mots activéééé !!!

After crossing the northern Germany to the South, we could not resist the urge to make a small tour in the Alps. We end the week on 19 September with 15000km on the odometer, at the edge of Lake Constance!

Continue the 10 sec/day: September 11, we arrive in Munich! It does not stop to think of buddies you'll find on-site. Long live you! Long live us!

Dear all, because I do not like not finished work I decided to revive 10 seconds per day! Because you're nice, I'll broadcast twice a week, we begin without further delay. This week, we cross the large forest south of Berlin, the conditions are ideal: everything is signposted, bike paths are of good quality and it is rather easy. I chose 10 seconds of video per day to represent you our nomadic daily throughout the world ... Do not hesitate ...

Berlin! Beginning of last week to discover the city "poor but sexy" the coolest in the world, then three days of cycling with our friend Anne-Laure.

Berliiiin babyyyyy! We finally cross the Poland this week, and it begins to discover our last country, the Germany. It is culture that is the closest to us, one begins to feel almost like at home.

Polish week where one discovers the Polish seaside coast. Ben, it looks like a beach side... All villages by sea are similar, and there is ice cream, pizzas and kebabs everywhere. This atmosphere of consumerism makes us all funny!

We cross the Lithuania in 4 days using the camper's parents who are happy to find us... My sister makes us believe that she spends his vacation in Spain until when she announces that she awaits us in a campsite here in Poland! Big family venue, rest, a good cocktail: ca makes good!

Days pass and look a bit this whole flat area except bivouacs which are Royal. Found the parents of Thomas this week, it is left for a few days in road trip in camping mode car!

This week made you back in our tent! Enjoy our daily lives of camper-traveller between the Estonia and the Latvia.

A good week as you like! We celebrate as should be our reunion and it takes the homies with us for two days of biking around Tallinn. Despite the bad ass they want more! The road Friday towards Riga.

We are back in Europe! And this week is also sign of Homecoming: the buddies! We chained the kilometers in the beautiful countryside of Estonian to be on time in Tallinn for this long-awaited moment! Musical episode, mount the sound!

Week in Saint Petersburg with the parents of Estelle, exciting visit to this beautiful city in free walk tour where held us the conversation more than 3 h! We take off gently in the direction of the Estonia with Tallinn!

The continent is crossed! Installed in 3rd class we see scroll 13 Russians in the berths in our cabin (for 6 people) travelling for 'small' trips. Only a German couple and a Korean are tourists with us in the car. Are discussed, we laugh and the days pass quickly! So here we are in St. Petersburg, after a whistle-stop tour of Moscow.

The Pearl of Siberia! Lake Baikal holds beautiful surprises, we arrive this week after many reversals of situation to cross to reach the island of Olkhon, and Irkutsk. The next week will be mainly spent in the train, we ship this evening for 4 days of travel to reach Moscow in the middle of next week. Big change for us, it remains in the same country but across much of the continent - it is closer so the arrival of a sudden! All...

Russia, here come us! After a little cleaning in spring in Mongolia we agree with Ulan Ude in Russia to see the Lake Baikal. First supply of fresh water of the planet, this Lake looks more a sea and a paradise for us. Beaches of fine sand, shelters and wooden tables, barbecues: aside from the monotony of the road at the moment we are in a super corner!

On the advice of cold, our special guest warmshower we lose North of Ulan Bator and discover a completely different part of what we have seen so far. We face a terrible headwind for 3 days that we will stop at Darkhan to rest and leave Mongolia by train directly to Ulan-Ude in Russia.

A great experience this week: we meet a cast of 14 persons left for 5 months in the steppes with 25 horses! You can follow here: http://ift.tt/1FmEl7q time leads us die hard as well as our material, but images that we do and experience that we live is only more intense.