In 1977 Colin Quincey become the first to row across the Tasman Sea solo and unsupported. He set off from Hokianga Harbour, Neuseeland and reached Marcus Beach in Australia 63 days and 7 hours later.
In 1977 Colin Quincey become the first to row across the Tasman Sea solo and unsupported. He set off from Hokianga Harbour, Neuseeland and reached Marcus Beach in Australia 63 days and 7 hours later. His son, Shaun repeated this … Continued
Great documentary with stunning pictures from outer space, aerials and just plain old documentary shots.
Great Antarktis documentary.
Winter’s here – but riding a bicycle in winter isn’t that much fun, is it??
I’ve spent several years on a bike travelling more than 40 countries. Here are my top 13 reasons why you shouldn’t do the same: It’s cheap – and you deserve better, do you? You are absoultely free but freedom scares … Continued
144 km/h – Krass…
Up to 1,000 Chinese cyclists streaming due west to Lhasa. It seems a movie has caused a phenomenon western cyclists report from the Tibetan border areas where they are not barred from travelling unlike the Tibetan heartland: Quelle: Tracksterman
Freakwaves, rogue waves, whoppers – long believed to be suject of a good yarn, here now the shocking truth! GERMAN with spoken ENGLISH comments
The story of the 2001 Iditasport adventure race, a race done on foot, by bike and ski. A 1000 mile challenge on the Iditarod Trail in the Alaskan winter. – solo production using a Canon XL1. Follow the blog on … Continued