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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by grom, Jan 12, 2014.
that would be insane :eek1
Grom! I've been waiting for that mystery ride in the Urals ever since I read this ride report more than 10 years ago. It would be awesome if you could ship my bike to Moscow and include me in the new ride.
this people are simply grrrrreat
We passed the Dyatlov pass! Video is here http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/offroadpeople-2015-the-dyatlov-pass.1104825/
great read and what a place to ride
thanks to all who went on the journey with you
great pics and now to watch the videos
its raining here so not going out
Truly worthy of a bump.
What an incredible and intense journey.
Unfortunately, Google all the time changes work, it already 2 times stopped showing the card and paths.
All tracks here:
I will try to correct also all messages.
I did it..:)
It's full treak
Now you have to connect viewing KML, KMZ with Drive
KML, KMZ Viewer is a tool that views the .kml, .kmz (Zipped KML format) file in your browser. Free online tool to view KML,
KMZ files from the web on a Google map. You can open KML, KMZ files from URL or from Google Drive.
Provides connect with Google Drive. You can directly open a KML file from Google Drive.
wow those tracks look simple amazing!
Outstanding, well done
Thank you for such an inspirational and brilliant RR! I am actually following in your footsteps now, and have just ridden to Mongolia. Does anyone know the coordinates of this stone port you are raving about? It looks truly magnificent :)
Brilliant ... Every word, every picture ...
I'm very glad to have found this report! It is also a reminder to improve my trailside repair skills!
Perhaps the report was inaccessible over a year.
Google destroyed our report again, Picasa does not work.
I completely restored the report from new storage of photos.
Photos became a little more.
Come to our regions!
See you later!
Good job Pate. Love your ride reports!
Great read and thanks for sharing and restoring. Need to catch up via youtube now. Good work by all involved.
What an incredible adventure and an incredible Ride Report
Doing such challenging terrain in such remote place is so ballsy! Although, with an A-Team like yours it seems that nothing would be impossible. The stories are lively and entertaining, the pictures gorgeous and the videos out of this word (pun intended). The amount of work to put that together is huge so thank you so much for sharing it with us. AND you're also sharing the tracks . I'm planning to partly follow them in the coming year, but my selection will depend on how many team members will participate. Can I borrow Space Marine for the 110?