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Trek Bicycle Store Presentation of “A Bicycle Built for Two Billion”

May 31, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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Join us at the Trek Bicycle Store in Mount Pleasant for an exciting multimedia presentation taking you on an intimate two-wheeled adventure around the planet by tandem!  Jamie piloted a tandem bike solo and invited total strangers to join the journey on the back seat on an 81-country expedition.

Join us for snacks, drinks and great story telling.  Books will be available for sale after the presentation and can be signed by the author.

This is free, family-friendly public event so feel free to forward this invitation on to anyone who may enjoy an intimate trip around the world!

5-00-6:00pm: Meet and greet, snacks and beverages
6:00-6:30pm: Main presentation
6:30-7:00pm: Mix, mingle and book signings

RSVP and be entered into a special drawing at the event for some very cool gear provided by our Expedition Sponsors!

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“Bianchini’s A Bicycle Built for Two Billion is not about the bike. It’s a life odyssey of epic proportions. Few of us live from the heart. Jamie reminds us how.” 

–– Les Stroud (Survivorman) 

Details

Date:
May 31, 2015
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Venue

Trek Bicycle Store
1180 Oakland Market Rd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
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Phone:
843-881-0013
Website:
www.trekbikesofmountpleasant.ocm

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Book Reviews

“Bianchini’s A Bicycle Built for Two Billion is not about the bike. It’s a life odyssey of epic proportions. Few of us live from the heart. Jamie reminds us how.”   –– Les Stroud (Survivorman) Related

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An exhilarating debut memoir that chronicles a fallen entrepreneur’s eight-year world tour on a tandem bike. Bianchini’s extraordinary chronicle begins with his often tumultuous childhood and showcases his enduring love of bicycle-riding. He sometimes felt overshadowed by his large extended Northern California family, which fractured when his parents divorced, but his outings on his bike

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5/5

Once I started reading I just couldn’t put it down. The story ended up being so much more than I had expected…more engaging, more unpredictable, more emotional. Jamie shares his own life journey even as he shares a perspective of the world few of us get to see in any country let alone many across

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5/5

As the World Turns “A great ride and finding time to stop and smell the flowers along the way… cultural exposures, meeting people…ups and down of daily life… Ran into these adventurers in Paraguay on the “long bike . Nice to read about their entire exploits… easy reading…” Related

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5/5

Total Adventure “Even though I already had a connection to this book because I had met Jaimie and Garryck in Japan, I was pleasantly surprised at how well the writing and story layout was. I read 100 pages the first day, simply because I couldn’t put it down! Both then and now, Jaimie has reminded

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5/5

Inspirational Indeed! “Live Big. Give Big.” Stuck in a rut? Read this book! Enough said! Related

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5/5

Very pleasantly surprised with this book! Bianchini takes a big bite outta life in this adventure (and sometimes pays the price). His honesty is well, honest and his heart seems to be fixed in just the right place. This is definitely ‘feel good’ terrain but with a goal in mind. I highly recommend “A Bicycle

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