As a child in Zambia, Dylan rode on the crossbar of his father’s bicycle. At 14, he and his mom, dad and two younger sisters cycled the length and breadth of Great Britain (Lands End to John O'Groats). At university, Dylan studied history, international relations and languages (three, to be precise) while cycling and playing squash. Dylan arrived in Milan, Italy intending to play squash professionally. Instead, he found himself guiding cycle tours and he has been at it ever since! He has lived for a few years in both the Italian Dolomites and in the mountains near the town of Albertville in France. A traveler to the core, after completing post-graduate study, found his way to Sydney, Australia, where he currently lives with his wife.