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Silk Route

Silk Route

Silk Route

Join this self-powered caravan through ancient Asian empires along the world’s most famous trading route

RIDERS AND STAFF

Andreas Pakenham

Leader

Beijing to Istanbul

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Andreas Pakenham

Leader
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

If doing this trip once has others questioning your sanity, doing it twice must confirm its missing. As this is my second time leading this wild, beautiful, and challenging trip, you could say I've fallen hard for the old trade route. My goals this time around, are getting fewer people lost, and finally discovering the fabled peanut butter merchants of Central Asia ;)

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Peter McCartney

Rider

Osh to Tehran

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Peter McCartney

Rider
Osh to Tehran

Ireland

My name is Peter McCartney and this is my 4th TDA trip.

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will carter

Rider

Beijing to Osh

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will carter

Rider
Beijing to Osh

United Kingdom

I live in Bedford uk.,im 69 and enjoy reading , cycling ,traveling and meeting people of different cultures.

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Killian McCartney

Rider

Osh to Tehran

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Killian McCartney

Rider
Osh to Tehran

Ireland

Hi all, I will be joining for the leg between Budapest and Venice, just after the end of the school term and before I go on a totally different trip to Iceland. I'm cycling with Peter McCartney and Judith Clark, respectively an entire distance rider and a section rider like me. We have done cycle trips before in Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, South Africa, Botswana, Jordan and Cumbria.

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Rider

Ulan Bator to Ashgabat

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Rider
Ulan Bator to Ashgabat

United States

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Els van Gulik

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Els van Gulik

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Netherlands

I am Els and 62 years. I have 2 children and 3 grandchildren with the fourth coming soon! I am still working as a supervisor on pension funds. After the Silk Route I am retiring. The Silk Route will be my second long distance bike ride. I did the Across America North Ride last year and I loved it. I live in the Netherlands, a very flat and small country. So the Silk Route will be a great challenge!!

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Amy Jurries

Rider

Osh to Dushanbe

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Amy Jurries

Rider
Osh to Dushanbe

United States

I'm a freelance outdoor and adventure travel writer based in San Francisco. I absolutely love exploring new places on a bike -- there is no better way to travel!

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Richard Walsh

Rider

Osh to Ashgabat

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Richard Walsh

Rider
Osh to Ashgabat

Ireland

Retired teacher but not inactive. Looking forward to this second stage of my trek across Asia and the final section of my cycle around the globe. In previous years I crossed USA and Australia and indeed Europe (from the West coast of Ireland to Istanbul) and in 2016 from Beijing to Osh, always on my trusty cyclo-cross. I live in Tipperary.....so, no matter where I am, IT'S A LONG WAY TO GO home.

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Lars Wilson

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Lars Wilson

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United States

I am a retired psychologist. I live in Washington and Montana in the U.S. I love to ride and look forward to returning to Central Asia where I studied and traveled years ago.

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Simon Prince

Rider

Almaty to Tehran

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Simon Prince

Rider
Almaty to Tehran

Canada

Hey all, I'm super excited about doing the center section of this tour. The longest trip I've done so far was from Toronto to Newfoundland which was a pretty easy 2500km. This should be quite a challenge. I've just come back from Kazakhstan and it was a cool country. Can't wait to go again. I'm pretty easy going and will aim to be a fun cycling companion!

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Anke Goldschmidt

Rider

Beijing to Ulan Bator

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Anke Goldschmidt

Rider
Beijing to Ulan Bator

Australia

My name is Anke, I am married with 3 children and live in Perth, Australia. This will be my first TDA tour, I am only doing section 1 though. So far, I have done cycle trips in central and Western Australia as well as trips in Europe. I am slow but sure and am looking forward to it!

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Richard Kingsley-Smith

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Richard Kingsley-Smith

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United Kingdom

A Brit doing a bit of cycling

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Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Australia

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Phil Dixon

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Phil Dixon

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

I really love long distance cycling ...usually solo ...looking forward to a supported trip with other lovers of cycling . My name is Phil...I am 62 and from Canada. I like cycling and I like adversity ...this trip sounds perfect ! This picture is from a trip thru southern India February 2017...crazy traffic !

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Theo de Klein

Rider

Beijing to Ulan Bator

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Theo de Klein

Rider
Beijing to Ulan Bator

Netherlands

Theo de Klein from the Netherlands, 52 years young. I've decided to join the TDA again , After great Africa and South America Section Cycling experiences ( 2013 & 2015) It's time to prepare for a new challenge. Looking forward to this trip and to meet you all !

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Victor Beijen

Rider

Beijing to Ulan Bator

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Victor Beijen

Rider
Beijing to Ulan Bator

Netherlands

I'm 55 and I feel lucky to ride the Silk Route. Ok, it is just one stage but I'm looking forward very much.

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Rider

Osh to Tehran

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Rider
Osh to Tehran

United States

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Bruce Campbell

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Bruce Campbell

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United States

Late 60's. 4 years retired - from computer work. Cycling for three decades. I ride a lot and I'm pretty fit, but this will be a big deal for me - certainly a challenge.

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Joan Thompson

Rider

Almaty to Tehran

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Joan Thompson

Rider
Almaty to Tehran

Canada

Hello fellow adventurers! I am a retired teacher who has read too many Bettina Selby and Dervla Murphy books ('early' long-distance cyclists) to pass up this opportunity! Glad we'll have the support of driver and cook, however, and the company of many other bike and travel enthusiasts. Given this is my first long bike trip in many years, here's hoping I don't hold you up! See you in July.

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Jim Sarver

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Jim Sarver

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United States

63 years old

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Roderik Otten

Rider

Ulan Bator to Ashgabat

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Roderik Otten

Rider
Ulan Bator to Ashgabat

Netherlands

I'm 64 years and a retired ENT-surgeon in the Netherlands. In 2005 I cycled part of the "Tour d'Afrique" (3500km from Nairobi to Vic Falls). In 2012 I cycled the "Andes Trail" (11.000km from Quito to Ushuaia). In 2013 I cycled in New Zealand and Australia (8000km with my tent and panniers). In 2014 Himalaya (from Lhasa, Tibet to Kathmandu, Nepal 1200km). In 2015 I cycled the "100 Cols Tour" in France in 6 weeks 4200km with 78.000 altitude meters. In 2017 I cycled "Going Northcape" (from Oslo to the Northcape 3000km). In 2017 part of the TDA "Bamboo Road" (from Hanoi to Penang, 3800km)

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Rider

Almaty to Ashgabat

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Rider
Almaty to Ashgabat

Netherlands

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Edmund Huang

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Edmund Huang

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United States

I am a retired chemical engineering executive living in Washington State of the Pacific Northwest in the United States. I enjoy travel and am an avid hiker/biker. The Silk Road Tour will be the most ambitious bike trip I have attempted. Look forward to meeting my fellow travel companions!

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Rider

Almaty to Ashgabat

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Rider
Almaty to Ashgabat

Germany

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Mark Heim

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Mark Heim

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United States

I was fortunate to retire early a few years ago and I now enjoy my free time staying fit and active. I've done a few other long distance bike tours including a ride across the US then up to Alaska, TDA's Transeuropa, and I recently completed TDA's South American epic. The Silk Route tour has been on my radar for a few years and I’m really looking forward to the challenges it will bring as well as forging great relationships with the other riders.

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Brenda Trenholme

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Brenda Trenholme

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

I live in the Kootenay Mountains of British Columbia, Canada and have a passion for most outdoor sports, summer and winter, especially endurance sports. I enjoy seeing the world on my bicycle and learning about other cultures in their native settings.

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Raymond Quan

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Raymond Quan

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

I have a bucket list started upon retirement after 35 years as a chemical / nuclear engineer. I have completed thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, 150 miles of the John Muir Trail and done several of the great walks in New Zealand. Also biked semi-solo, self contained Trans-Canada, then last year the Southern Tier with Adventure Cycling from San Diego to St Augustine. So the Silk Road will be my longgest bike trip, an item on my Bucket List.

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Virginia Stewart

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Virginia Stewart

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

Not too sure what I was going to do for my third act, I set out on a solo loaded bike ride around Lake Erie. A 1000 km loop ride from my home in St. Catharines, ON, CDN. My longest unplanned tour. That was 2015, since then, I celebrated turning 65, being 65 and getting older cycling across Canada then Europe solo. Cycling the Silk Road will have wrapped me around the world. Traveling solo, wild camping, and spending time with locals inspire my next adventures. In some ways, I’m intimidated by the thought of five months of a structured routine, but then again it will be like travelling with a family of like-minded people looking out for one another, which isn’t so bad. If a regular regiment is making me a bit anxious, the thought of bone shaking off-road riding makes me more so. I like the wind at my back and smooth asphalt. I look forward to meeting everyone. Roads were made for journeys not destinations. Confucius.

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Kees Kouwenhoven

Rider

Gorno-Altaysk to Istanbul

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Kees Kouwenhoven

Rider
Gorno-Altaysk to Istanbul

Netherlands

My name is Kees Kouwenhoven, age 58 I quit my job for this experience. I am only working a lot, not having time to live my dreams. So now it is about time for a change I am working as an adviser in horticulture greenhouses, in crop protection. Married without children

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Will Rafferty

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Will Rafferty

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Australia

I am from Tasmania, Australia and completed the Tour d'Afrique in 2015 as a rider. I enjoyed the experience so much that it compelled me to seek work with TDA Global Cycling. I have since worked on the Trans-Oceania & Oh Canada Tours and am looking forward to what i expect to be the best trip yet! I look forward to getting to know you all :)

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Jasper Koolstra

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Jasper Koolstra

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Netherlands

zwerft wat over de wereld. Met de fiets als favoriet vervoermiddel. (Andestrail, Great Divide)

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Rider

Beijing to Ulan Bator

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Rider
Beijing to Ulan Bator

United Kingdom

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EVAN KENLEY

Rider

Almaty to Ashgabat

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EVAN KENLEY

Rider
Almaty to Ashgabat

Canada

I have the wanderlust. What better way to do it than by bike? I have traveled extensively and recently did the SAE. What a fun and challenging trip. I am hitting that sweet spot in age where the time, energy and desire are there to challenge myself to new adventures. I look forward to sharing this challenging experience with my fellow adventurers.

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Helen Gertig

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Helen Gertig

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

United Kingdom

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Marjan Winkler

Rider

Ulan Bator to Gorno-Altaysk

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Marjan Winkler

Rider
Ulan Bator to Gorno-Altaysk

Netherlands

I always wanted to visit Mongolia by train. Last year I did the Bamboo road by bicycle and this experience did me decide to do the Mongolian part of the Silk route by bicycle instaed of train. It will be a much more tough journey than the Bamboo road and travelling by train, but I look forward to it especially to do this part together with my partner Paul Otten who will go on to Oezbekistan. I will leave at Gorno Altaysk.

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Pieter van der Korst

Rider

Beijing to Gorno-Altaysk

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Pieter van der Korst

Rider
Beijing to Gorno-Altaysk

Netherlands

I am 56 years old, married, two children (16 and 17), lawyer taking a sabbatical after 31 years of practicing law. when I was young (16 -21), I competed as a cyclist, by now I enjoy trips on the bike at a lower pace. I look forward to cycling in Asia!

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Mitchell Kadelbach

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Mitchell Kadelbach

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

I am a British born Canadian chef of humble beginnings. My hobbies and interests including reading classic piece of literature ie) dickens, jack Kerouac and Hemingway. I'm also very active and sporty. Some of my close friends would describe me as some what if a mystic. I believe I possess an aptitude for feeling all forms of art but I wouldn't call myself an intellectual. In recent years I have trade the comfort of a house and home for a more transient lifestyle - Of traveling working and traveling some. I'm keen to see the world and meet all sorts of people and learn all kinds of things.

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Elaina O' Brien

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Elaina O' Brien

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Ireland

I'm an english teacher from Ireland, with a love for health and fitness, and the great outdoors. I'm always up for a new challenge, the more adventurous the better! I have a blog and youtube channel dedicated to adventure travel, and love created digital content showing off this beautiful world we get to explore. I think bike touring is a gateway to seeing the world through heightened senses. It gives you a unique opportunity to learn from the places and people you meet along the way, as well as getting to know yourself in all sorts of conditions. I'm excited to be part of this expedition and ready to meet everyone and get going!

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Mike Gurnham

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Mike Gurnham

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Canada

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Rider

Dushanbe to Istanbul

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Rider
Dushanbe to Istanbul

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Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Sweden

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Gerald Mueller

Rider

Almaty to Dushanbe

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Gerald Mueller

Rider
Almaty to Dushanbe

Canada

I am 61 years old and have been an avid cyclist for 39 years, when I first started commuting to work. With my first MTB bike purchased in 1992, that meant I could commute 12 months of the year. I did my first big solo bike tour through Germany and into neighbouring countries in 1982. That trip was three weeks long, and I managed two more tours in Canada, and then came marriage. I gave up touring, but not cycling. In the mid 90's I really got into MTB racing, so I then managed to get away for fun time on long weekend MTB trips. Since my wife is Swiss born, we travel quite frequently to visit her family. I used to love to bring my MTB, but sometimes I just rent a bike. Switzerland is such a great country to cycle, and it doesn't matter if you ride road or MTB. Ten years ago, I had my current touring bike custom made by Hugh Black who owns and operates True North Cycles. Since then, my bike has made it over to Europe on five separate tours, with the last three trips being in former Eastern Bloc countries.

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Dave Bell

Rider

Almaty to Dushanbe

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Dave Bell

Rider
Almaty to Dushanbe

Canada

I am an avid cyclist living in London Ontario Canada. My main cycling interests now are road riding and touring, although I mountain bike occasionally. I have completed 5 cycling tours in Europe in the last 9 years - all self planned and supported, riding with 2-3 friends. I was educated as a mechanical engineer, but worked mainly in operations and supply management in the automotive industry. I retired in 2009 and now work part time to keep busy. My wife Mary and I have 3 children and 6 grandchildren.

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LINO MONGE

Rider

Beijing to Istanbul

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LINO MONGE

Rider
Beijing to Istanbul

Catalonia

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Rider

Osh to Dushanbe

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Rider
Osh to Dushanbe

France

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Rider

Beijing to Ulan Bator

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Rider
Beijing to Ulan Bator

Netherlands

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Rider

Dushanbe to Ashgabat

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Rider
Dushanbe to Ashgabat

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Jim Arthur

Rider

Tehran to Kars

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Jim Arthur

Rider
Tehran to Kars

South Africa

Partly retired and trying to spend more time on my bike.

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Rider

Tehran to Kars

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Rider
Tehran to Kars

South Africa

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Rider

Ashgabat to Tehran

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Rider
Ashgabat to Tehran

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Rider

Gorno-Altaysk to Istanbul

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Rider
Gorno-Altaysk to Istanbul

Germany

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Rider

Almaty to Ashgabat

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Rider
Almaty to Ashgabat

Canada

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michael howard

Rider

Dushanbe to Ashgabat

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michael howard

Rider
Dushanbe to Ashgabat

United Kingdom

I have been cycling on and off since I joined a North London UK cycling club when I was 15. Since then I have 2 children one of whom convinced me to try Tour De Afrique. Due to business reasons I could only cycle from Khartoum to Addis Ababa. I was hooked, tow years later and here we are again. I am training whenever I can

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Juergen Willrodt

Rider

Almaty to Dushanbe

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Juergen Willrodt

Rider
Almaty to Dushanbe

Germany

I am 68 years old and have already participated in 7 TDA tours as a sectional rider. I am married and happy father of three girls (38, 23 and 21) and grandfather of three grandchildren. I am partly retired working now 50% so I have enough time to travel. I have studied physics and have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics. I have also been active in Karate and participated in World Championships and European Championships and have been European Champion in 1977. You can find more information on my website.

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Nelson Lacharity

Rider

Osh to Istanbul

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Nelson Lacharity

Rider
Osh to Istanbul

Canada

I am from Vancouver, BC, retired June of 2012. I discovered bicycling when I was 42 and long distance cycling when I was 59, so I had to retire to make time for the touring. I have been on five other TDA tours (Amber Route 2010, Bamboo 2013, and South American 2015, TransEuropa 1016 and Tour d'Afrique 2017) as well as several other long distance rides. For me cycling is mostly about the bike, but the chance to see new places and new cultures is right up there, along with one of the biggest pleasures, which is the people - meeting new ones and meeting up with ones from previous rides.

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"You'll push yourself harder than you thought possible, ride through extreme weather- rain, wind and sand storms, tough technical terrain- mud, sand, dirt, loose large rocks- and see landscapes and areas that are truly remote and untouched. The biggest gift from a challenging tour like this is the recognition of how much you're truly capable of."

“One of the most intense adventure I ever did. Extraordinary sceneries, cheerful staff, awesome group. This is a mental, emotional and physical journey that you will never forget”

“All that suffering allows for a level of immersion that other trips can’t offer. When it’s really tough, you go beyond what you believed you could do…Pedal 7,600 miles across Asia, spending over four and a half months on the ancient silk-trade route”

OVERVIEW SILK ROUTE 2018


  • FULL TOUR
  • SECTION 1
  • SECTION 2
  • SECTION 3
  • SECTION 4
  • SECTION 5
  • SECTION 6
  • SECTION 7
  • SECTION 8
  • SECTION 9
  • SILK ROUTE
  • THE GREAT WALL
  • MONGOL EMPIRE
  • KHANS & KAZAKHS
  • MOUNTAINS & MEADOWS
  • THE PAMIR HIGHWAY
  • KARAKUM CROSSING
  • MAGIC CARPET RIDE
  • THE GARDEN OF EDEN
  • HILLS OF ANATOLIA
  • BEIJING TO ISTANBUL
  • BEIJING TO ULAN BATOR
  • ULAN BATOR TO GORNO-ALTAYSK
  • GORNO-ALTAYSK TO ALMATY
  • ALMATY TO OSH
  • OSH TO DUSHANBE
  • DUSHANBE TO ASHGABAT
  • ASHGABAT TO TEHRAN
  • TEHRAN TO KARS
  • KARS TO ISTANBUL
  • MAY 12 TO OCT 3
  • MAY 12 TO MAY 24
  • MAY 26 TO JUN 16
  • JUN 18 TO JUL 3
  • JUL 6 TO JUL 16
  • JUL 18 TO AUG 3
  • AUG 5 TO AUG 21
  • AUG 24 TO SEP 3
  • SEP 6 TO SEP 16
  • SEP 18 TO OCT 3
  • USD 22750
  • USD 2550
  • USD 4325
  • USD 3125
  • USD 2175
  • USD 3350
  • USD 3350
  • USD 2175
  • USD 2175
  • USD 3125
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
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  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • FULLY BOOKED
  • FULLY BOOKED
  • FULLY BOOKED
  • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • FULL TOUR
    • SILK ROUTE
    • BEIJING TO ISTANBUL
    • MAY 12 TO OCT 3
    • 22750 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 1
    • THE GREAT WALL
    • BEIJING TO ULAN BATOR
    • May 12 - May 24
    • 2550 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 2
    • MONGOL EMPIRE
    • ULAN BATOR TO GORNO-ALTAYSK
    • May 26 - Jun 16
    • 4325 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 3
    • KHANS & KAZAKHS
    • GORNO-ALTAYSK TO ALMATY
    • Jun 18 - Jul 3
    • 3125 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 4
    • MOUNTAINS & MEADOWS
    • ALMATY TO OSH
    • Jul 6 - Jul 16
    • 2175 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 5
    • THE PAMIR HIGHWAY
    • OSH TO DUSHANBE
    • Jul 18 - Aug 3
    • 3350 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE
  • SECTION 6
    • KARAKUM CROSSING
    • DUSHANBE TO ASHGABAT
    • Aug 5 - Aug 21
    • 3350 USD
    • FULLY BOOKED
  • SECTION 7
    • MAGIC CARPET RIDE
    • ASHGABAT TO TEHRAN
    • Aug 24 - Sep 3
    • 2175 USD
    • FULLY BOOKED
  • SECTION 8
    • THE GARDEN OF EDEN
    • TEHRAN TO KARS
    • Sep 6 - Sep 16
    • 2175 USD
    • FULLY BOOKED
  • SECTION 9
    • HILLS OF ANATOLIA
    • KARS TO ISTANBUL
    • Sep 18 - Oct 3
    • 3125 USD
    • GUARANTEED DEPARTURE

A registration fee of US$150 must first be paid to hold your place on the tour. This fee is in addition to the entry fee listed above.

Full tour entry fees will receive an early payment discount of US$850 if full payment is received 6 months before the start of the tour. Those coming for multiple sections get 10% off for 2 or more sections on the same tour (multiple section discount does not apply to full tour price).

TDA alumni get special alumni discounts. Please contact our office for further details. Full tour and section dates listed are for first and last day of cycling. Accommodation the night before first cycling day and the night of last cycling day are included in entry fee. We advise booking at least 1 additional night at tour accommodation before the tour, to be able to attend rider briefing and have assistance from tour bike mechanic in setting up your bike.

 

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