Adventurer, Speaker, Explorer

Laura Bingham

Natural born adventurer, Laura Bingham, left home at 18 years of age to explore the earth and its kaleidoscope of cultures.

Laura traveled through the Greek Islands, Continental Europe, Africa, Asia and North/Central America before eventually landing in Mexico where she taught English and undertook challenging conservation work to protect the endangered Jaguar.

Challenging herself even further Laura, and a crew of two men and a cat, sailed back home to England across the Atlantic in a 38ft Trimaran.

Laura became known in 2016 when she cycled across South America with no money to raise money and awareness for a childrens charity in Paraguay called 'Operation South America'.

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  • Perseverance is the difference between those who make it and those who don't.

    Laura Bingham
  • Travelling South America by bike alone is scary enough for most people. To do it without money takes it to another level.

    Ed Stafford
  • Laura is a very brave person, this is a risky undertaking

    Sir Ranulph Fiennes
When Two Became Three
So, something interesting happened this week. We have picked up a 43 year old Columbian man named Dario who has been living off his bike for – wait for it - 9 years! He worked here and there for money by making bracelets to sell or trade and has also been asking the locals for…
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Pushing a bike up a hill is not fun!
The start of the week saw a change from mangos to bananas, which has been a much better source of energy. Unfortunately they haven't lasted that long as we started going uphill, and this has been the main focus point of this week- the 3000m climb. Not fun. Not fun at all. Ive come to…
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Week 1!!
DCIM100GOPROGOPR0074. Week one completed and its been a bizarre week. We have eaten about a meal or so a day and covered between 20-60km a day. 20 the day we started because it was very hot and we started at 12.30. The past few days have been good becWeek one completed and its been a…
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Manta, where our journey will begin.
Hello world, You should read my friends blog She wrote a really fun piece about the whole airport experience, she is also writing about planning my wedding with Ed. So Cho and I had a fun trip to Manta! We packed up the panniers and trailer, got out side and bam! the bike was so heavy…
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Arrival in Quito, Ecuador.
Hello world, After a hectic day ont he 7th, with my bike breaking and having to get a whole new gear lever with only a few hours before I had to be at the airport, an hour of last minute packing AT the airport with all my family around helping me, trouble with getting the…
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Moments that take your breath away...
"The brave may not live forever but the shy never live at all" Every time I've gone for a new task, I'm scared, but the feeling of accomplishment is far bigger than any fear and the beauty I see when I put myself out there is breathtaking. Always Always look for those moments that take…
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Childrens Air Ambulance

Check out their amazing work on their website and PLEASE donate to this charity!
I physically can’t think of a more worthy cause for your pennies.