Breathtaking footage of a helicopter flight through the Himalayas, up to 24,000 ft:
Janne Corax Too Tired – Into the Unknown is a film about his & Nadine Saulnier’s epic North – South crossing of the Chang Tang in 2003 (an area as large as Germany with most parts above 5000m), unsupported, into … Continued
The Road From Karakol from Outdoor Research on Vimeo. In summer 2011, Outdoor Research athlete Kyle Dempster took off on his bike across Kyrgyzstan with a couple mostly-accurate maps, a trailer full of climbing gear, and a vocabulary of 10 … Continued
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.
Winter’s here – but riding a bicycle in winter isn’t that much fun, is it??
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