Films Mongolia 2010

Video: Mongolia By Mountain Bike — Part One

I recently spent several weeks cycling in Mongolia with my good friend Andy. We decided to pool our filmmaking experience to try to create a really entertaining bicycle adventure video which also captured the scale and diversity of the country. This is the fruit of our labours — please take 10 minutes out of your day to give the first episode a try. 



Hello and welcome. I’m Tom from England and this is my personal adventure blog.

As you may have guessed from the name of the site, I do quite a bit of adventure cycling. I’ve travelled by bicycle in more than 30 countries, and I usually have plans to visit more. 

Europe & The Near East 2007 Films Middle East & Africa 2009 Mongolia 2010 The Caucasus & Iran 2008

Video: 3½ Years Into 3 Minutes

A super-short blast through my time away from the UK, from bolshy beginnings in 2007 to humble homecomings a few weeks ago.



Look out for more video coming very soon. Merry Christmas!


Emergency Gift: Ride Earth 2011 Photo Calendars

It’s that time of year again — just when you decided (again) that you’d never think of anything original to give to your gran/mum/boyfriend/postman this Christmas and were about to go out and buy brandy/chocolates/aftershave/12 red roses, here I am with a truly beautiful, original, and practical gift — a 2011 photo calendar!

These are available to mail-order in the UK through Normally you’d pay £14.99 per calendar, but by sneakily entering the promotional code ‘33CAL’ at the checkout, you’ll get a whopping 33% discount.

Visit Snapfish to customise and order your calendars now. Don’t forget the discount voucher code! 


Video: Mountain-Biking Mongolia In 6 Minutes

We’re really happy to be able to show off some of the video material we’ve been shooting during Ride Earth. Here’s a six-minute blast through Mongolia, kindly put together by our friends at Kona Bikes, also available in high-definition. There’s more on the way, so stay tuned!


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