Nothing like waking up to a gorgeous day in a valley far away from the noise of Xi’an to see that the truck traffic jam that had been avoided the nday before now stretched 30km or so. Here is the tail end of it.
Over the past couple of days you have been able to read about our mission to get to Urumqi in a day. Here is some footage of that trip.
I made this video one night after a long days ride. Thought you might like some insight into the kinds of places we stay in at night.
Well it’s no Lord of the Dance, but I definitely think it could be called an Irish jig. This cracked me up.
Desert camping seems like a fun and carefree idea, until you consider the local wildlife. On Tuesday afternoon, after one of our rest stops, I spotted a massive spider nestling on the back of Jared’s rear pannier. It was about the size of an open fist, legs included, and a bright mix of white and […]
The 10 days from Xi’an have been pretty much an uphill slog, but wevery so often we have been graced with a little downhill and some beautiful scenery. Here is a taste of it
Stopping in tiny little villages has its moments especially when there is Chinese music blaring from the hills. This video was taken a couple of days from Xian.
While surfing the internet I came across some little seen footage of David and his ride in Canada. Enjoy.
Our policeman friend Sou Bing assured us that the roads were mostly flat from where we were in Sanmenxia to Xi’an.
I’m sure everyone remembers the story of our night under a bridge. Here is what it was like for us.
Yeah right. Movie taken in our first 2 weeks on the road to Beijing
If we aren’t being stared at, we are being followed, on foot and on bike. Movie taken in our first 2 weeks on the road to Beijing
This video was taken on the morning of our ride into Beijing, 10 days after starting from Dalian. The town that you see represents a lot of the types of places we went through in the first 15 biking days up until we turned west and headed toward the mountains. Movie taken in our first […]
There is nothing like a free ride by tailgating a hay truck. Here is an idea of what it is like when on a bike …and from David’s point of view it looks like this
I have finally found a nice way to put videos up without using youtube which is not available here in China. Here is the first video I took in one of the first days of cycling here in Korea. I call it “Tom versus Truck.”
Dave arrived back a couple of weeks ago with his new recumbent that he plans to use on the trip. Here is a video of David explaining the new HPVelotechnik Grasshopper and extra features
That’s right! I just finished creating a video of our bike antics here in South Korea.