Juliana Buhring is an ultra-endurance cyclist, bestselling author and children’s rights activist.
She holds the first Guinness World Record for Fastest Woman to Circumnavigate the World by Bicycle.
Juliana was the only woman to race the inaugural 2013 Transcontinental Race from London to Istanbul, coming in 9th place overall.
In 2014, Juliana participated in the inaugural Trans Am Bike Race across America, winning the women’s category and coming in 4th place overall.
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Books by Juliana
Juliana’s first book, Not Without My Sister, was written with her two sisters, Celeste Jones and Kristina Jones and published by Harpercollins in 2007.
The book details their lives growing up in the Children of God group. It was number 1 on the Sunday Times best-seller list for 5 weeks, and remained in the top 10 list for 15 consecutive weeks. It has been translated into ten languages including French, German, Greek, Portuguese, Czech,
Estonian, Slovenian, Swedish, Italian and Dutch.
Her second book, This Road I Ride, published in 2016 by WWNorton in the US and Piaktus in the Commonwealth,
describes her record-breaking journey around the world by bicycle
Zipping to Work: How an Electric Bike Can Transform City Living
Guest post by a recent cycling convert Buzz! The alarm pulls me from a dream. Six am already? I stumble into the shower, get changed and try to spoon some cereal into my mouth. Then, I’m on the bus. Beside me is a big, bearded guy whose elbow is pressed into my ribs. It’s hot. […]
The Oman Sprint
Road construction. Sand bank spilling across the shoulder. I brake hard, try to swerve and jump the curb. Wheels slip, I hit pavement. Luckily there are no vehicles passing just then or I’d be roadkill. Lucky too I hit my left knee. The right had gotten 6 stitches from my last bad fall and the doctor […]
Life Lessons from the World’s Most Extreme Cyclists
(As written for Outside Online, Sept. 19, 2017) Early one August morning in 2013, I joined a small group of cyclists gathered on London Bridge. I could feel the nervous energy as we did a final gear check and said goodbye to family and friends. As the second hand on Big Ben ticked out the […]
Keeping Mike Hall’s Legacy Alive: Why the Transcontinental Needed to Continue
(As written for Cycling Tips, Sept 13, 2017) I was somewhere in the middle of the Australian desert on that fateful morning of March 30th, racing from coast to coast in the inaugural Indian Pacific Wheel Race. The news came via a Facebook message that seemed too incredible to be true. My friend, fellow racer […]