Cycle-touring is one of the cheapest forms of travel I can think of but it still requires money nonetheless and a little extra coin in your pocket can go along way to increasing moral by allowing you to purchase better quality food and occasionally treating yourself to a bed, shower, longer visa or a haircut. In planning my upcoming ride to China I’m forecasting visas to one of the biggest expenses, perhaps even overtaking the cyce-touring No.1 – food!
So with this in mind it’s time to start saving and living as frugally and smartly as possible. These are some of the habits I already had and a few new steps I’ve taken in recent months that have allowed me to vastly reduce my expenses and save money for the grand tour. Continue reading Top tips to live cheaply and save money for travel