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From Cape to Cairo by Bike | Nature Documentary Watch 'Magical Moors - A Mysterious World Full of Life' here: 🤍 414 days, 15.000 km, 15 countries. On his 24th birthday, geophysicist Anselm Nathanael Pahnke heads out on a journey through Africa with two friends. On their fully laden bicycles, they explore South Africa for three months until the trio surprisingly splits in the scorching Kalahari Desert. While his friends fly home, Anselm brings himself to continue the journey north alone. Follow Anselm's journeys Instagram: 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to Free Documentary - Nature Channel for free: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentaryNature #Documentary #Africa ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bringing high-class documentaries to you on YouTube for free with the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures of everything our amazing planet has to offer. Free Documentary is nature, wildlife, culture, people, and history from everywhere
Welcome to Project Africa! I’m cycling 13,000km across the African continent for about 12 months. If you think it’s a lot of time, what if I told you it’s been 7 years since I’ve been thinking about this project? I’m so excited to FINALLY take this leap of faith in exploring a continent that’s been fascinating to me for as long as I can remember. I feel there will be so much growth and many lessons to learn from this expedition, and so much positive impact and good videos to share :) Here is the website: 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 My social media accounts: Instagram: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Letterboxd (To read my movie reviews): 🤍 The music used in this video is from EpidemicSound. Get a 1-month free trial here: 🤍 A huge thanks to Michel Fakhoury for helping me shoot most of the beautiful shots in the video, you can check his amazing work here: 🤍 Additional shots by my awesome friends: Jhonny Azeir: 🤍 Camil Després: 🤍camil_video Big thanks to Rayan Haddad for helping with the animations: 🤍
The Kenya Bike Odyssey is a true African epic, a bikepacking route featuring 1,000 kilometres of dirt roads and singletrack. Starting in Nairobi, it roams through an array of landscapes, with everything from high mountains, verdant forests, picturesque lakes, rugged windswept plains, red sands, and enormous swathes of wild savannah. Combined with the opportunity to experience the rich and varied Kenyan culture and cycle amongst abundant wildlife such as zebras, giraffes, antelopes, warthogs, and elephants, this route offers an experience not found anywhere else in the world. This film documents the story of how the Kenya Bike Odyssey, Kenya's first long-distance cycle touring and bikepacking route, was made. For the full route including the GPX and everything you need to ride it, see 🤍 Please like and subscribe if you want to help support me and future videos! WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 BIKE AND GEAR LIST: 🤍 Special thanks to Eric Nesbitt and Rift Valley Odyssey, the home of adventure cycling in Kenya: 🤍 If you'd like to help support me financially: PATREON: 🤍 PAYPAL: 🤍 Music credit: Kai Engel, Endless Story About Sun and Moon (starting 19:10)
Why Matilda is not cycling any more? In this video I will give you a full update regarding Matilda and why she is not cycling any more. I apologies this update has been late! If you are new to the channel: I am peyman from Finland/ Lapland. I cycle around the world and do different kind of adventures. i document my expeditions and share it with all of you across my social media. Also tech videos and tips are a big part of my content! In this video I will continue telling the stories of cycling across East Africa. you will hear a short stories of my cycling across Uganda (where some police guy stole my leatherman ) , Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana and Zambia. i need to mention this vlog also is an exception and has been recorded and edited in a same way as the last two mobile version of my vlogs. But now i could fix my old Macbook , thanks to all of you who did help with this. Now i can access all of my files and i will keep publishing regular Vlogs and the tech videos. So the Next video is a tech video 🔥 then after that it will be a Vlog. please note Vlogs will continue from where it did stop when my laptop broke down in Tanzania. this means we will have a flash back to my crazy off road adventure during the summer 2021 in Norway. Them my one month of living alone in the forest in Lapland, after that the East Africa movies will start! stay tuned! 🙌 If you want to help with replacing electronic equipments and cameras, links are below: 🚵🏽♂️ Directly via Paypal: 🤍 🟢 Becoming a Patreon: 🤍 🌍 Or by Collecting postcards from around the world: 🤍 🤝 Also subscribing to the channel is a great help 😊 🎉 Join the never ending adventures of Nomadstrails around the world and more frequent update and stories By following me on : 🌍I N S T A G R A M: 🤍 🌍 F A C E B O O K: 🤍 🔥 T W I T T E R: 🤍 🌍 More on: 🤍 Email : contact🤍nomadstrails.com some of the equipments i have used on cycling across East Africa: My bicycle : 🤍 sleeping bag and insulation jacket from Cumulus: 🤍 🤍 🌍 The latest Movie: 🤍 💥 How to build budget expedition Bike: 🤍 💥 Comparing Rohloff and Pinion: 🤍 🎬 How to dress for a winter adventure: 🤍 ❄️ Winter Gear List: 🤍 🔥 Solar Charger Review: 🤍 🌍 Check out our Route: 🤍 🔥 listen to Paik's latest album: 🤍 See you in the next video!
I start my way to Addis Ababa, from Bahir dar. For the first stage, I go to a small city called Injibara. On the way, I have lunch in a very small town, where I meet friendly people, and during the afternoon, I find myself escorted by a huge crowd of kids. Finally, I arrive in Injibara, at 2600 meters of altitude, exhausted. My book (in English and in French): 🤍 also 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon: 🤍 Follow my journey: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #ethiopia #africa #kids
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Subscibe to my Daily Solo Travel VLOG and get an insight into the life of a full time Travel blogger: 🤍 Fed up eeking his way through life, an Irishman takes on epic challenge in Africa to overcome his fears. An inspirational video and motivational video by NoHangingAround.com 🤍 Music purchased through audio jungle LICENSE CERTIFICATE : Envato Marketplace Item This document certifies the purchase of: ONE REGULAR LICENSE as defined in the standard terms and conditions on the Envato Marketplaces. Licensor's Author Username: MatthewFisher Licensee: Derek Cullen For the item: Inspire the World 🤍 Item ID: 3542901 Item Purchase Code: 2d08add7-8a3c-4e3d-8cf4-844d658354e7 Purchase Date: 2014-01-16 11:47:37 UTC For any queries related to this document or license please contact Envato Support via 🤍 Envato Pty. Ltd. (ABN 11 119 159 741) PO Box 16122, Collins Street West, VIC 8007, Australia THIS IS NOT A TAX RECEIPT OR INVOICE "Music in this video is used under license from the rights holder". 2. If a copyright (DMCA) notice is issued against your video, you can follow YouTube's counter-notification process).
“At this point it’s in the hands of the gods. We can’t do any more preparation. So… it’s over to them. Let’s get on with it.” This 25 minute film chronicles the 2019 Tour d'Afrique and the cycling participants that crossed Africa from Cairo to Cape Town. Broken into eight parts, the film tells the story of ordinary people stepping out of their comfort zones, setting aside their preconceptions, and challenging themselves like they've never done before. They start their grand voyage from the Great Pyramids at Giza, down the Red Sea and alongside the Nile River. Entering Sudan, they traverse the desolate Nubian Desert to Khartoum. They soon reach the biblical Ethiopian Highlands, before tackling the infamous Blue Nile Gorge - possibly the toughest day of the whole tour. They continue south through the arid landscapes of southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya before crossing the equator in the shadow of Mt Kenya en route to Nairobi. More details of the annual Tour d’Afrique can be found here: 🤍 Riders enjoy a safari break in Tanzania, visiting the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, then tackle mud roads in the country's verdant isolated interior. After a thrilling descent passed tea and avocado plantations, Lake Malawi welcomes the cyclists to the 'Warm Heart of Africa'. Zambia's Great Eastern Road features rolling hills and small villages on long hot days en route to Mosi-oa-Tunya, "The Smoke that Thunders". Cyclists then cross the Zambezi River and are wowed by the sight of elephants along Botswana's flat highways skirting the edge of the Kalahari Desert. In Namibia, riders spin on gravel roads through the scenic Namib Desert, and visit the incredible dunes at Sossusvlei, before entering South Africa en route to the finish line in Cape Town.
Bicycles have a long history in Africa, especially as a means of transport. But in the big cities today, not very many people use a bicycle to commute. And there are good reasons for that. Saftey being a major one. According to international standards, there are only 4,200 kilometers of road networks that are considered safe for commuter cycling in all of Africa. Most of those roads are in just three countries: Uganda, Tanzania, and South Africa. Lagos, Africa's most populous city, is known to be very congested. People can spend up to three hours a day stuck in traffic, which adds up to significant amount of time in lost productivity. So could using a bicycle help? DW's Flourish Ubanyi and Olisa Chukwumah put it to the test. Meanwhile, walking and cycling are the most popular means of transport in Uganda, but they are also the most unsafe. Now there is a concerted effort to make the country's roads safer for people cycling. The government has developed a non-motorized transport policy, or NMT. And an initiative in Uganda is working to promote cycling as a sustainable way to get around. And in Kenya, the bicycle has long been a mode of transport and also a means to earn a living for many people. DW correspondent Felix Maringa met one proud bicycle owner who says he doesn't plan on giving up his two-wheeler any time soon. Professional cycling in Africa historically doesn't have as solid a foundation as other sports. But that's changing. Over the past decade, a number of organizations have focused on bridging the gap between African youth and the sport of professional cycling. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Africa #Cycling #Bikes
Türkçe açıklama altta! ‘’Journey To Dreams’’ is an engaging cycling journey that stems from one dream and will reach out thousands of dreams of thousands of people. Hasan Soylemez will start this journey on his own from Morocco and cycle through all 54 countries on the African continent which in total will be about 50 thousand kilometers. ‘’Journey To Dreams’’ is a documentary and a social responsibility project. When he traveling in his biggest dream of whole Africa(n) journey, He will seek biggest dreams of people he come across with. Dreams that were told are going to be documented as they are by photographs, video and writing without dramatizing. These dreams will be shared with the world by written, visual and social media in both English and Turkish. When an individual, an institution and/or an organisation from any part of the world wants to be a part of the dreams that are told in the project, ‘’Journey To Dreams’’ is going to be the mediator in realization of these dreams and in supporting them. ’Hayallere Yolculuk’’, bir hayalden yola çıkılarak binlerce kişinin hayallerine bisikletle yapılacak sıradışı bir yolculuktur. Hasan Söylemez, bisikletiyle tek başına Fas’tan başlayıp Afrika kıtasında bulunan 54 ülkede, yaklaşık 50 bin kilometre pedal çevirecek. ‘’Hayallere Yolculuk’’ bir belgesel ve sosyal sorumluluk projesidir. Söylemez, en büyük hayali olan Afrika yolculuğunu yaparken yolda karşılaştığı insanların da ‘’en büyük hayallerini’’ soracak. Anlatılan hayaller, dramatize edilmeden, olduğu gibi fotoğraf, video ve yazılarla belgelenecek. Bu belgeler hem İngilizce hem de Türkçe dillerinde; yazılı, görsel ve sosyal medya aracılığıyla dünyayla paylaşılacak. Dünyanın herhangi bir yerinden herhangi bir kişi, kurum veya kuruluş bu projede anlatılan hayallere ortak olmak istediğinde, hayallerin gerçekleştirmesine ve yardımda bulunulmasına ‘’Hayallere Yolculuk’’ aracılık etmiş olacak.
Nothing personal. just a man looking for what i dont know i dont know. what i know i dont know is what i chew while i seek the aha moment of knowing what i never knew i dont know.
Namibia has been one of the toughest and most enjoyable countries to cycle through at the same time. Being the country with the lowest population density in Africa, one can cycle for hours within seeing anyone. This often gave me the ultimate feeling of freedom, but at the same time, it can make the cycling tougher as well. In this first part of bicycle touring Namibia, I explore some the most iconic mountains and mountain ranges of Namibia, including the Waterberg national park, Spitzkoppe, the Erongo Rhino sanctuary and Brandberg mountain. This video was shot during November 2021 Camera gear used to film this bicycle touring video: Yi 4K+ Mavic Air Sony DSC-RX100 Follow me also on: I N S T A G R A M: 🤍 F A C E B O O K: 🤍 P O L A R S T E P S: polarsteps.com/cyclingaroundtheplanet Support the video project P A T R E O N 🤍 Music Inanna - Armand Amar African Sky Blue - Johnny clegg Believe - Jeffrey Fayman San Luis - Gregory Alan Isakov The Lion's Roar - First Aid Kit
Sign up to GCN+ for the best cycling documentaries, shows, and adventure films. Plus live racing, highlights and analysis, all ad-free: 🤍 Mark Beaumont has his sights set on a world record. Can he ride the length of Africa, 10,000km from Cairo to Cape Town in less than 59 days and 8 hours? We follow Mark as he attempts to ride 240km per day, unsupported through 8 beautiful but challenging countries. Sign up now: 🤍 or watch now at: 🤍 Ultra endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont embarks on an epic 10,000km ride through Africa from Cairo in the North to Cape Town in the South in an attempt to break the world record of 59 days and 8 hours. His ride will take in 8 vast countries including the deserts of Sudan, the highlands of Ethiopia and the breathtaking wine making region of South Africa. Completely unsupported and alone, can he battle his way through this great continent whilst sourcing his own food and water and somewhere to sleep each night? GCN+ is the home of the world’s most thrilling live bike races, highlights, exclusive shows and epic cycling documentaries that you can enjoy live + ad-free + on-demand + interactive + all-year round. GCN+ is more of everything you’ve come to love from GCN but taken to the next level: more entertainment, more races, more inspiration, more access, more analysis, more science and more to watch with exclusive and original long-form films, documentaries and shows. GCN+ is cycling like you’ve never seen it before.
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After cycling in Malawi, 2021, I decided to get some months off from ordinary life, work, etc and cycle in Africa where I do not feel racism and the people remind me of middle east where everybody is happy to receive and socialize with foreigners. I designed a route from Gambia to Angola. Here is the first day in Gambia and the Pilot of the series I will make from the trip I already finished during the October 2022 to Feb 2023. Since traveling with a non privileged passport like Iranian has a lot of challenges, I made it the theme of my cycling journey and you will see how it affected the whole thing on several occasions.
Amazing adventure to be so close to nature and people. Exploring the Rift Valley by bike is so varied because of Kenians Landscape and people. Cicled more or less the Bikepacking Odessey through Kenia in this part of our travel.
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Poor roads convince Jeff to load the trike on top of a packed bus for our first coastal destination. _ Two Aussies cycle West Africa on a tandem recumbent tricycle and discover a side of Africa rarely seen in the news. _ Australian Project Manager Jeff McLean was so annoyed with the current western perception of muslims that he and his one cameraman rode a tandem recumbent tricycle through five countries in West Africa. For two months and 1000 kms they pedalled hot dusty roads and often found warm welcomes, great character and selfless generosity. With no real plan, tents or sleeping bags, Jeff finds an honest side of Africa that is rarely seen. But there are frustrations; breakdowns, language barriers, exhaustion, and theft leaving them stranded and desperate. Africa is often seen as either a place of poverty and corruption or of exotic wildlife - Tri Cycling Africa reveal the opposite in both cases. While touching on the poverty and desperation of the locals, it also shows a hardy, happy, diverse population in a hard but spectacular land and a noble and generous race of people. Visit 🤍 for more info or watch episodes at 🤍
Jeff's patience finally runs out while attempting to organise transport through the last border crossing to his final destination of Cotonou, Benin. _ Two Aussies cycle West Africa on a tandem recumbent tricycle and discover a side of Africa rarely seen in the news. _ Australian Project Manager Jeff McLean was so annoyed with the current western perception of muslims that he and his one cameraman rode a tandem recumbent tricycle through five countries in West Africa. For two months and 1000 kms they pedalled hot dusty roads and often found warm welcomes, great character and selfless generosity. With no real plan, tents or sleeping bags, Jeff finds an honest side of Africa that is rarely seen. But there are frustrations; breakdowns, language barriers, exhaustion, and theft leaving them stranded and desperate. Africa is often seen as either a place of poverty and corruption or of exotic wildlife - Tri Cycling Africa reveal the opposite in both cases. While touching on the poverty and desperation of the locals, it also shows a hardy, happy, diverse population in a hard but spectacular land and a noble and generous race of people. Visit 🤍 for more info or watch episodes at 🤍
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Dan is riding a Specialized Awol, and I am riding a Surly Long Haul Trucker. Which would you have chosen? Follow us on Facebook for more photos, videos and live commentary on our journey: 🤍 Help us raise money for World Bicycle Relief by donating here: 🤍 Follow our route on Strava, to see exactly where we are, and look at the stats of our rides: 🤍
My Africa Cycle Tour Set Up. You can follow my Vlog on Facebook.com/NoHangingAround My name is Derek Cullen and in late 2013 I decided to spend one year riding a bicycle on an Africa Cycle Tour from Cape Town to Cairo. Since then, I began searching for ways to create a new lifestyle and I am content writer, travelling the world and working online. Here you can take a very quick look at the general Cycle Tour Setup I used for my bicycle ride through Africa. _ ∥↠Don’t forget to subscribe above and follow me on Facebook. You can also support my daily vlog on Patreon for just $3 per month. _ ✈ PLACES FEATURED IN THIS VLOG ✈ Somewhere in Zambia _ ✈ ABOUT Derek Cullen and No Hanging Around Travel Vlog ✈ In late 2013 I quit my job, travelled to Cape Town and began cycling across Africa. It was drastic action of course, especially considering I had no cycling experience, but I was entirely disillusioned with life and in the midst of a very depressing reality. As a result of this bicycle tour I would discover many things, not the least of which was a passion for writing. Except when I finished the Africa bicycle tour it was incredibly difficult adapting back to my old lifestyle and the routine it brought. In the end, I decided there just had to be a way of turning my passion into something I did for a living and the only way I knew to go about this, was by taking back to life on the road. I now earn an online income as a travel content writer and at any given time, you might find me writing travel articles at the airport in Doha, sleeping on trains in Thailand, video blogging from the wilds of Africa or exploring the medieval history of Krakow. _ ☾☼☮ OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME ☮☼☽ Blog - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 _ ✉ CONTACT ME ✉ info🤍nohangingaround.com