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Meet Steph Jeavons

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Meet adventurer Steph Jeavons...

Join us on the evening of Saturday 9th March to meet adventurer Steph Jeavons.

Steph Jeavons is an author, journalist and adventurer who, in April 2018, completed a solo around-the-world (RTW) trip that took her to all 7 continents - a world first. The journey lasted a few days short of four years, during which she logged 53 countries and over 74,000 miles on a 250cc Honda – more than anyone who’s come before.

Born in Canada, she’s lived most of her life in Wales and considers it home. Even before learning to ride a motorcycle at 21, Steph was unconventional, leading a successful school ‘uprising’ to allow girls to wear trousers in the winter. Prior to starting her RTW adventure, Steph worked conventional jobs in accounting and Human Resources; and ran an off-road motorcycle school before leading desert motorcycle tours in Morocco. Unwilling to stay still for very long, she is currently planning to lead the first-ever all female motorcyclist trip to Everest Base camp in 2019—barely a year after completing her RTW.

As if riding RTW isn’t enough of a challenge, Steph made regular blog and vlog posts on her web site (www.onestephbeyond.com) and authored her first book, “Embrace the Cow: How to Ride Around the World on a Budget” in her ‘spare time’. She also got caught in a Himalayan landslide on the highest ‘motorable’ road in the world; rode Rhonda (her Honda) on Antarctica; visited, in turn, the hottest, driest, wettest, and coldest places on the planet; and graciously turned down six marriage proposals. She is currently writing her second book, this one about the RTW adventure.


INFORMATION & Timings

The evening will commence at 7:30 pm in the Lecture Theatre of the National Motor Museum’s Collections Centre and finish at around 10.00 pm. A pay bar will be available in the Collections Centre for the purchase of beers, wines and soft drinks.

Please note The National Motor Museum will not be open at this event.

TICKETS

For further information and to purchase tickets please contact Theresa Browning on 01590 614792 or email theresa.browning@beaulieu.co.uk.

Tickets will now be sent electronically where possible, so please provide an email address in any correspondence. If tickets are required by post, please provide an SAE.

Price
Members* £7.50
Non Members £10.00

*Friends of the National Motor Museum Trust

BECOME A FRIEND

For more information about becoming a member of the Friends of The National Motor Museum Trust, visit their website.


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