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Watch Noraly from ItchyBoots.com Ride through Kazakhstan as She Makes Her Way Around The World on a Royal Enfield Himalayan

We last saw Noraly riding through Kyrgyzstan.

With this video series we follow her progress through Kazakhstan.

Ep. 83 – Crossing into Kazakhstan
Noraly rides from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to Almaty, Kazakhstan

Watch Noraly from ItchyBoots.com Ride through Kyrgyzstan as She Makes Her Way Around The World on a Royal Enfield Himalayan

In the previous post about Noraly from ItchyBoots.com we followed her quick ride through Tajikistan.

With this video series we follow her progress through Kyrgyzstan.

Ep. 79 – Crossing into Kyrgyzstan
Reaching 4700 metres across some awful roads makes for an interesting ride.

Ep. 80 – Riding to Osh
Noraly welcomes the warmer weather at 1000 metres.

Ep. 81 – Riding from Osh to Toktogul

Ep. 82 – Riding through mountainous and snowy Kyrgyzstan from Tokogul to Bishkek

Next we follow Noraly crossing into Kazakhstan

Hera Van Willick Rides her Bicycle Across Continents. This is What She’s Learned

Forty-three countries and counting.

This short film shares Hera Van Willick’s story and what it is like to be on a self-supported bikepacking trip that crosses countries and continents, learning a lot about the world and herself along the way.

Nepalese Kami Rita Sherpa Sets Second Mount Everest Record This Week

Amazing.

Bill Chappell writing for NPR:

A Nepalese mountain climber has now climbed Mount Everest a record 24 times — and he’s hoping to do it one more time before he retires. Kami Rita Sherpa, 49, has been climbing Everest since 1994.

“It’s also the second time in a week that he’s made the arduous trek,” NPR’s Sushmita Pathak reports from Mumbai. “The 49-year-old Sherpa guide had already broken his own record on May 15, when he scaled the summit for the 23rd time.”

Rita started his most recent climb just three days after his 23rd summit of Everest. Early Tuesday morning, he stepped on the tallest peak in an area known as the roof of the world, leading a team of Indian police officers on the climb, according to The Kathmandu Post.

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Inspirational Video » Mighty Finn

Born with a cerebral palsy, Finn is unable to walk, feed himself, or communicate with words.

That hasn’t stopped his father, Ethan Sheets, from sharing his love for outdoor adventures with his son.

Watch Noraly from ItchyBoots.com on her Ride through the Tajikistan as She Makes Her Way Around The World on a Royal Enfield Himalayan

After Uzbekistan, we catch up with Noraly in Tajikistan.

Ep. 71 – Crossing into Tajikistan

Ep. 72 – Riding through the mountains to Dushanbe

Ep. 73 – Riding towards the Afghanistan border

Ep. 74 – Riding along the Afghanistan border

Ep. 75 – Riding from Khorog to Ishkashim in the Wakhan Valley

Ep. 76 – Ishkashim towards the Bibi Fatima Hot Springs

Ep. 77 – Riding remote rough roads from the Wakhan Valley to Highway M41, the Pamir Highway and onto Alichur

Ep. 78 – Noraly rides from Alichur, to Murghab, to Karakul, over Ak Baital Pass at 4655 metres, in cold weather, on poor quality fuel.

Ep. 79 – Noraly barely reaches the Kyrgyzstan border

Onto Kyrgyzstan …

67-Year Old Russian Adventurer Fedor Konyukhov Rows Across Southern Ocean, Reaching Chile after 154 days Alone at Sea, Breaking Five World Records

Russian adventurer and orthodox priest Fedor Konyukhov thanked his patron saint after completing the 7,000-mile first leg of his solo journey around the southern hemisphere in a rowing boat. On this, the first leg of his circumnavigation, he survived snow storms, 25ft waves, and was capsizing four times.

Mark Agnew writing for the South China Morning Post:

Fedor Konyukhov set off from New Zealand on December 6, and arrived in Diego Ramirez Islands, Chile on May 9. At 154 days, no one has spent longer in the Southern Ocean, in any kind of boat let a lone a rowing boat. The previous record was 59 days.

He is also now the oldest person, 67, to row any ocean solo. He has covered more distance in a rowing boat in the ‘roaring forties’ and ‘furious fifties’ latitudes than anyone before. When he reached 56’40, he made furthermost south anyone has been in a rowing boat. He is now the first person to row east to west and west to east across the Pacific, having previously crossed from Chile to Australia.

The New Zealand to Chile crossing is just the first leg of Konyukhov’s attempt to row around the world. He is still to row from Chile to Cape Town, then to Australia, and finally back to New Zealand. Briton Olly Hicks also has the circumnavigation in his sights. He aimed to leave in December 2018, but appears to be delayed.

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Follow Tristan Ridley on his Quest to Ride His Bike Around The World

Adventurer Tristan Ridley is on a quest to ride his bike around the world. But unlike many other riders with that same goal, Tristan isn’t in a race against time. In fact, his circumnavigation will take as much as five years, over 100,000 kms, and travel through more than 100 countries.

Videos:

Ep. 2 – Bicycle touring and bikepacking through Norway in May 2018

Ep. 3 – The Jordan Trail, from Amman to Aqaba

Ep. 4 – Surviving Ethiopia

 

Why bother leaving the house?

In this inspirational TED Talk, adventurer and explorer Ben Saunders motivates us to get outside more. Not because it’s always comfortable, pleasant, and happy, but because that’s where the meat of life is, “the juice that we can suck out of our hours and days.”

Watch Noraly from ItchyBoots.com on her Ride through the Uzbekistan as She Makes Her Way Around The World on a Royal Enfield Himalayan

After a quick 3-day ride through Turkmenistan, Noraly heads into Uzbekistan.

Ep. 67 – Noraly heads to the Uzbekistan border

Ep. 68 – From Nukus to Khiva

Ep. 69 – Khiva to Bukhara
The fuel quality in Uzbekistan is not the greatest. And the Royal Enfield is feeling it.

Ep. 70 – Bukhara to Samarkand in search of motorcycle engine oil

Onto Tajikistan …

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