Josie Dew

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Signing Books on Cycling Sunday Chichester

I meant to write this a while back but didn’t quite get round to it. This Sunday (June 26th 2011) I’ll be at the Cycling Sunday event in Chichester, West Sussex. It’s part of National Bike Week and takes place at Chichester College Car Park (round the back near the big Tescos rondabout) from 11am […]


The New Book

Josie’s new cycling adventure book Slow Coast Home is out now.

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Josie's Cycling Nightmares

As reported last month, Josie is about to set off across Europe for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and possibly Russia. Next month we will have more news on her next cycling adventure book, Slow Coast Home (published in September), but in the meantime here is a history of Josie’s cycling nightmares. . . 1982 – […]

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Writing the New Book

Josie is currently at home finishing off her new cycling adventure book, Slow Coast Home. Covering her journey around the coast of the British Isles over the last 2 years, it is scheduled to be published in September. In the meantime, you can catch up with Josie at the Wilderness Lectures event on 19th March […]

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Paper Sun

The Sun In My Eyes, the second instalment of Josie’s cycling journey around Japan, is published in paperback in the UK on May 2nd by Time Warner Paperbacks. Following on from A Ride In The Neon Sun, Josie returns to Japan and uncovers a country whose keyword is peace, yet spends millions each year on […]

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Slow Coast Home – A 10,000 Mile Cycle Journey Around the British Isles

Josie has embarked on her latest adventure – cycling around the coast of the British Isles, including as many estuaries and islands and islets and inlets and outlets as possible. She will be sleeping behind hedges in her tent as is her wont – travelling simply and cheaply. The Isle of Wight will be her […]

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New Book!

Josie’s new book, The Sun In My Eyes, is published on May 3rd as a hardback by Little, Brown & Co. (UK). You will be able to read an extract on the site shortly.

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