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Asiemut: Olivier & Mel’s excellent documentary: Mongolia – India on a bike

This is the trailer from Olivier and Mel’s biketravelling documentary about their trip from Mongolia to (and through)  India that has won many awards. Please read more at www.asiemut.com , buy the documantary and support the cyclists!

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The BiciClown: Millions of smiles around the world

Here is a short video about the biciclown. He has cycled half the world, with only one goal: to make people smile. Very inspirational.

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From his website:

The Biciclown

Álvaro Neil, the biciclown, was born in Oviedo (Asturias) elon the 17th July 1967…

…laughing; he cried only when he was slapped. He studied Law and Clown. At first it may seem they are not compatible activities.

He sold his car and left his job at a Notary Office in Madrid to cycle the world and offer clown shows for free to the most humble.

Thus, some people think he is crazy, others think he is an adventurer, and others say nothing and just jail him as he tells in his book ?Miles of Smiles?.

He tickles the world with his bike ?spending? his life, the life others cannot spend.

He does not think of the future, never forgets the past and lives the present, the only verbal useful tense.


Thousands of people have no reason whatsoever to smile, to laugh. Thanks God there are expert doctors to make them laugh!!!: the clowns

Cycling alone around the World during 10 years is not just a dream

Tickling the Earth with a simple bicycle giving a smile to the people

MOSAW Miles Of Smiles Around the World (2004-2014)

Results achieved

Thousands of smiles, workshops, conferences, books, dvds and a movie.

How to pack for a long distance cycle trip

Good information from my colleague Darren!

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Down The Road: Thailand

Tim and Cindie Travis gave up their life in the USA, started cycling and never stopped! They have been on the road for more than 5 years now, written a book and every now and then they post videos, like this one from Thailand:

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More news on their website: www.DownTheRoad.org