Walk across America in Stop-Motion [video]

Ever thought about walking across the USA? It would definitly be an epic trip full of diversity and adventure The video below will definitely give you inspiration and ideas covering a walk across Amer...

Ted Simon: Motorcycled around the world, Twice!

Raised in London by a German mother and a Romanian father, Ted Simon found himself impelled by an insatiable desire to explore the world. It led him to abandon an early career in chemical engineering ...

The (1907) Peking to Paris motor race

The Peking to Paris motor race was a race held in 1907 for automobiles between Peking (now Beijing), China and Paris, France, a distance of 9,317 miles or 14,994 km. The idea for the race came from a ...

Trabant trek: crossing the world in plastic cars

Ever heard of the Trabant automobile?! Well it’s the infamous Soviet-era  invention, notorious for its plastic make and frequent breakdowns. And generally considered the world’s worst car. Take t...

One wheel – many spokes: USA by unicycle

Lars Clausen toured extensively by bicycle before taking it one step further; He dropped a wheel, and took up a kickass unicycle challenge. Clausen took to the road and explored the United States. Not...

Sailing a bouncy castle across lake Garda

A trip that will definitely get you ‘bouncing of joy’ is the story of three English friends fulfilling their childhood dream by sailing a bouncy castle across lake Garda (Italy). The first Bouncy ...

Swimming the Panama canal (in 1928)

Not a journey to the likes of our previous round-the-world trips covered. Still a trip that kicked ass. Especially given its timing of the year 1928. Swimming across the Panama canal. In that epic yea...

The world’s longest skateboard journey

New Zealander Robert Thomson started a cycling journey from Japan across the Eurasian continent on July 2006. Nothing special I hear you say; There is ‘heaps’ of people cycling around one or a cou...