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Broken Heels and Bicycle Wheels – my book is available for purchase!

Broken Heels and Bicycle Wheels – my book is available for purchase!

Join me on my epic adventure from last summer where I tried to traverse this great nation of ours by walking Te Araroa and then cycling Tour Aotearoa!

What you’ll get:

  • 250 pages of English words
  • Section maps for both the tramping and the biking
  • Paperback or various eBook formats – MOBI for the Kindle folk, ePub for everyone else and PDF for the traditionalists.
  • Photos at the end. Don’t peek, I look better in your mind!

It’s new so reviews are thin on the ground but here are a few:

“This is such an enjoyable ride. Larry is honest and funny and vulnerable and heroic. He shows us the world in New Zealand  – the problems we need to solve and the hope needed to enable those changes. Trampers, cyclists, sit-at-home puddings – you should all get this book. Larry has endured the pain so you don’t have to – you can just sit back and relax and enjoy.”

– Ian

“I really enjoyed reading your book. In many parts I could practically feel the wind blowing through my hair. The sense of journey is strong.”

– Beggs

Check it out! I’d love to hear what you think of it.

Not sure about buying a random book? I wouldn’t be either! So here’s a sample that includes the first few pages to see if it’s your kind of thing.

Download preview PDF

Available in both Paperback and eBook!

Larry's a 30-something chap interested in tramping, being a dork and changing the world via less boring training.


  1. Lynette · April 2, 2020 Reply

    Hey Larry, Purchased your ebook the other day. I enjoy the way you write. It is so honest, descriptive and real to the point of making one feel they are part of your journey and I haven’t laughed this much in a long time. Most enjoyable.

    • Lawrence · April 2, 2020 Reply

      Thank you Lynette, that is awesome. I am so pleased to hear that! Really appreciate your taking the time to share too.

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