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Trans-Himalaya

Trans-Himalaya

Trans-Himalaya

There are seven continents, five oceans, but only one Himalaya

RIDERS AND STAFF

Emily Currie

Leader

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Emily Currie

Leader
Srinagar to Kathmandu

South Africa

“‘Happiness is only real when shared’: I think this counts for a whole spectrum of experiences and emotions—pain, hardship, excitement, joy, for instance—and explains why sharing an adventure or journey with a group makes it so very real!”

Who would have thought that growing up on a farm and a career in rural healthcare would prepare me for a job like my job at TDA? I always had the desire to travel and even though I thought working here would be too good to actually come true when I sent in my job application, here I am, six tours and 28 countries later. I’ve learned more about the world and myself then I ever expected.

With so many incredible memories—and so much food shared, so many friends made along the way—it will take me years to process everything I’ve experienced courtesy of TDA. Highlights of my travels so far include finishing the North American Epic (NAE) in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead, cycling Central Asia’s Pamir Highway, Abdul’s pilaf in the parking lot, Colombia, pan con chicharron, Patagonia, a massive thunder storm in Zambia, Hami melon, Madagascar, Samarkand, walnut and honey spread on fresh bread and topped with whipped yak cream, eaten in a warm yurt… and the list goes on! It’s amazing to realize that everything I experience with TDA will have an impact on my life long after these adventures are over.

One adventure I don’t expect to have again is the one I had in Mexico, when we discovered Hurricane Patricia was heading right straight at us. Monitoring the storm’s progress through the night—from stage 4 to stage 5—seemed so unreal. By 5:00 a.m., CNN was calling Patricia the strongest hurricane ever measured on planet earth. A few hours later, we loaded all bikes, riders, kit and crew onto an extra van and bus … and took off, tails between our legs, because Patricia was shaping up to be a beast! By nightfall we were safe and sound in the heart of tequila country, and, as Patricia lost most of her fury at landfall, the party at our lodgings ramped up.

There are so many wonderful aspects to working with TDA but key amongst them are travelling with purpose, meeting people from all over—and the food!

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Yanez Novoa

Chef

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Yanez Novoa

Chef
Srinagar to Kathmandu

South Africa

Exited to be part of the team.

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Helen Gertig

Medic

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Helen Gertig

Medic
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United Kingdom

I'm a doctor from the UK, working mostly in the Emergency department and rural Scottish hospitals in the Highlands and Islands. I try to spend as little of my time in hospitals as possible, and have found cycling is a great way to do this! I have previously been medic for TDA Tour d'Afrique and the Silk Route - both really fantastic trips. I have also worked in a Nepalese high altitude rescue station in the Everest region for a season. I have a life long love affair with mountains, and am really looking forward to joining you all on this adventure!

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Nirmika Athalye

Content Creator

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Nirmika Athalye

Content Creator
Srinagar to Kathmandu

India

Hello there! Im gonna be the videographer/ content creator for the Trans Himalayas! Can't wait to meet you all.

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Shaik Baba

Bike Mechanic
Srinagar to Kathmandu

India

Baba is a maestro in the art of cycle maintenance. He has close to 20 years of experience in the industry along with 10 years of travelling the length and breath of the country on cycle trips and camps. India is a highly diversified country with many languages. With five spoken languages under his belt, Baba is an asset to have on the team. Baba is a very friendly team person and ever willing to help & contribute in all aspects.

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depi Chaudhry

Assistant Leader

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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depi Chaudhry

Assistant Leader
Srinagar to Kathmandu

India

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Peter Hodges

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Peter Hodges

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

New Zealand

Kiwi who enjoys getting out Mountain biking, and exploring.

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

Hi, I´m Erwin, already 66, retired. My first long tour was TDA 2014, where I went from Khartoum to Nairobi and on my own through Uganda, back to Kenia and from there down to Southafrica, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. Meantime I´ve been on several TDA-Tours including South America and Silk Route. Looking forward to meet you on the next tour with TDA.

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

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Ron Jewula

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ron Jewula

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I live in Victoria and Whistler, Canada. Although I am more at home either on a sailboat or skiing, a couple years ago I rediscovered cycling after a short 48 year break. This will be my first trip to India and Nepal so very much looking forward to the ride. I still have a couple years of youth left before I turn 70, so what better way to enjoy life. I’ve done a couple longer rides – across Canada in 2015, Silk Route with TDA in 2014 until a rather inglorious end in Western China (I wasn’t watching and crashed out), then returning again in 2016 to complete the full ride. It will be great to ride again with many good friends – See you in Srinagar next August.

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David Paterson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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David Paterson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I am 65, retired, and live in the Okanagan valley of B.C. Canada. Really only cycle to travel. Went on tda trips in Africa and India. Trekked from Srinigar to Ladakh in 1981 and loved the changes in culture and geography along the way. Sure nothing has changed in nearly 40 years !! It will be an adventure.

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Michael Netzsch

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Michael Netzsch

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

I just finished the Transhimalaya. It was a great and enjoyable experience. I am sure that the Journey to the East will be just as well. I am looking forward to meeting you all in Seoul.

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Caroline Denee

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Caroline Denee

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

The Silk Road in 2014 was my first tour with TDA and my first long distance tour, now I'm back for more. A chance to reunite with old friends, make new friends and to meet like minded souls from all around the world. To explore by bike gives you the chance to experience remote locations, bustling cities, try new cuisines, be part of different cultures, take on new challenges, get plenty of exercise and to have the camaraderie at camp at the end of the day to share the highs and the lows with those who understand. My last trip to India was a brief stopover in 1986 so I'm looking forward to returning and experiencing so much more ! I was on a mountain biking trip in Nepal a couple of years ago so understand the challenges that altitude brings . Can't wait for this adventure to begin !

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Frieder Wolfart

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Frieder Wolfart

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Switzerland

After riding with TDA one and a half time the Silkroad und the Magical Madagaskar Tour it's time for the next one to the Himalaya. For me Nepal and India are totally unknown countrys and it's time to change that. I am looking forward to meet some old friends again and to find some new ones.

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ellen loopstra

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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ellen loopstra

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Netherlands

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Simon Thompson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Simon Thompson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United Kingdom

I'm an independent IT Consultant. Really looking forward to the Trans-Himalaya - it will be my first major cycling tour and it looks like it will be quite an adventure!

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Per Sörner

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Per Sörner

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Sweden

Freelance engineer, musician and reality hacker from the Swedish west coast. Currently on an indefinite sabbatical to explore life, the universe and everything. I find expedition cycling a good way to practise living in the present, enjoy a "simple" life, fill up with new impressions and stretch the edge of my comfort zone. Previous TdA experience: Hong Kong to Bangkok (Bamboo Road premiere 2013), Bali to Alice Springs (Trans-Oceania premiere 2014), Quito to Cusco (SAE 2015), Ulan Bator to Gorno-Altaysk (Silk Route 2016) and Freetown to Cape Coast (West Africa en Vélo premiere 2018).

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Bernice Aebly

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Bernice Aebly

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

This is me having fun in Vermont. This will be my fifth time with TDA, Orient Express in 2018, Baja section of North American Tour, 2013; Australia 2104; and 2 month Silk Route in 2016. The draw for the Silk Route was going through Mongolia . This new tour in the Himalayas is an area that I have not travel to before. Looking forward to the experience and meeting up again with friends from past tours.

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Jonna Koch

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Jonna Koch

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Denmark

Jonna Koch

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Brigitte Oelert

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Brigitte Oelert

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

In 2015 I cycled the Ruta Maya in Central America. It was my first TDA tour, which was hard, but absolutely fantastic! The following year I cycled a part of the Trans-Oceania Tour - from Auckland to Queenstown. After that I cycled in Nepal, Sikkim and Myanmar. Wonderfull! Now I'm looking forward to cycle again in the Himalaya. And I'm also looking forward to meet some friends on this tour!

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Dunnery Best

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Dunnery Best

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

Victoria B.C. Canadian. Hikes, bikes and races and cruises sailboats. Snow sports: downhill, board, XC classic and skate . Devoted mushroom hunter.

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Marco Panebianco

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

Rod Pennington

Rider

Manali to Kathmandu

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Rod Pennington

Rider
Manali to Kathmandu

Canada

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Harold Solomon

Rider

Manali to Rishikesh

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Harold Solomon

Rider
Manali to Rishikesh

United States

Husband of 20 years and father of a high school senior, Ben and freshman, Mira. I love adventures and need one now to get my next chapter in life booted up. Always worked well when I've done that in the past and I hope it brings the same magic again.

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Catriona Kennedy

Rider

Manali to Kathmandu

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Catriona Kennedy

Rider
Manali to Kathmandu

United Kingdom

Mike and I have cycled from Istanbul to Beijing, Shanghai to Singapore, through India, Cartagena to Santiago and Brazil with TDA and done numerous cycling tours through Europe and across America. This trip through Seoul and Japan sounds fantastic and we're really looking forward to it.

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Don Colpitts

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Don Colpitts

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

The vendors setting up their market stalls in the early morning light, the children joining friends for the walk to school, scooters carrying entire families through busy intersections: the start of another day, in this town, right now, right here, where I am in the midst of the intimate fleeting dance called life. Some make references to "real-life" back at home, call this journey "once-in-a-lifetime", speak of a destination as a finish line. I reject all such attempts to constrain these experiences of exploring the world's peoples, cultures, geographies, religions, customs, daily rhythms of life, as merely attempts to stay sheltered in what is familiar, to be put it in a box to be forgotten. Instead, these journeys are life-changing: challenging what we think we know, can do, can feel, and need.

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Ruth Storm

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ruth Storm

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United Kingdom

Joining the Tour d’Afrique in 2007 was the beginning of my love of cycle touring. Since, I’ve cycled independently in Europe, New Zealand, Middle East, North America, TDA Silk Road 2016 and TDA Madagascar 2019. I also sail, trek, climb and ski long distances and remotely. Looking forward to exploring with like-minded friends!

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Henry Gold

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Henry Gold

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

Founder, TDA Global Cycling

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Richard Feldman

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Richard Feldman

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United States

In the last several years, I’ve ridden both the Southern Tier Cross Country Route in the USA as well as the Route 66 trip from Chicago to Los Angeles. In 2017 I rode the TDA Bamboo Road from Shanghai to Singapore. The Himalayas will be my fourth major bike trip and second with TDA. Semi-retired, divorced with two adult sons. I predominately live in and bike New York City. I also spend a fair amount of time living in Santa Monica on the California coast. Enthusiastically looking forward to this new adventure!

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gonzalo garcia

Rider

Rishikesh to Kathmandu

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gonzalo garcia

Rider
Rishikesh to Kathmandu

Ecuador

Hello I am Gonzalo García, from Ecuador, a life time sports fan, bike lover that enjoy adventures, meet new people and cultures.

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Peye Vlot

Rider

Srinagar to Manali

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Peye Vlot

Rider
Srinagar to Manali

Netherlands

Since 1990 living and working ( dental surgeon ) in Muscat ( Sultanate of Oman ).

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Juan Xavier Checa

Rider

Rishikesh to Kathmandu

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Juan Xavier Checa

Rider
Rishikesh to Kathmandu

Ecuador

Hello, my name is Juan Xavier Checa, I am from Ecuador. I love to be in the nature and make new friends. I am waiting to start riding my bike in this tour!!!!!

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Ross Norton

Rider

Manali to Kathmandu

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Ross Norton

Rider
Manali to Kathmandu

South Africa

Lover of mountains, keen mountain biker, Capetonian and father to two teenage daughters

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Fred Promoli

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Fred Promoli

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

Occupation: retired Physical Education and Outdoor Education teacher; former naval officer; Hometown: Guelph, Ontario Current residence: Collingwood, Ontario Former provinces of residence: all but Nfld, NB, PEI TdA experience: Tour d'Afrique 2003; Orient Express 2008; Silk Route 2008; Bamboo Road 2013; Australia 2014; South America 2015; Lake Winnipeg 2016; America by Bicycle northern route 2016 Current activities: cycling, motorcycle touring, golf, canoe tripping, xc skiing; bagpipe band member

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Juergen Willrodt

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Juergen Willrodt

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

I am 69 years old and have already participated in 8 TDA tours mainly as a sectional rider. I am married and happy father of three girls (39, 24 and 22) and grandfather of three grandchildren. I am partly retired working now just 1 or 2 days a week which gives me plenty of time to travel. I have studied physics and have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics. I have been active in sports all my life and before I started doing cycling tours I have been active in Karate and participated in World Championships 1975 in Los Angeles and 1977 in Tokyo and became European Champion in 1977. You can find more information on my website.

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Michael Kennedy

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Michael Kennedy

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United Kingdom

This is my 7th TDA tour starting with the first TDA I have also done the first Silk Route, Bamboo Road, South American Epic, Carnival Cycling Expedition as well as the second India Adventure/Hippy trail and have signed up for Korea/Japan in 2020 . I have also cycled across the US twice, Europe, eastern Australia and South America as well as numerous shorter tours around Europe and North Africa.

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Rae Simpson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Rae Simpson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I'm a 75-year old semi-retired test pilot, still flying jets and instructing part-time at International Test Pilots School. I took up cycling when arthritis and a double hip replacement ended to my running career. Korea-Japan will be our ninth TDA trip - we (Ursula and I) did Africa in 2008 and we keep coming back for more, most recently the inaugural Trans-Himalaya - great way to see places we've not been before, always a good group of fellow riders, always well supported. To fellow participants in Journey to the East, we look forward to meeting you and to exploring what is new territory for us, and we're forward to again riding with old friends from previous TDA trips.

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Ursula Simpson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ursula Simpson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I am a retired database analyst. Enjoying life in Squamish, on Canada's West coast. Either hiking, biking or skiing, or entertaining my little grandson. My husband Rae and I are seasoned riders with TdA. Tour d’Afrique in 2008, Rome in 2012, Bamboo Road in 2013 and Australia in 2014. New Zealand in 2016. The Magical Madagascar tour in 2017. Hippie trail in 2019

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Emily Currie

Leader

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Emily Currie

Leader
Srinagar to Kathmandu

South Africa

“‘Happiness is only real when shared’: I think this counts for a whole spectrum of experiences and emotions—pain, hardship, excitement, joy, for instance—and explains why sharing an adventure or journey with a group makes it so very real!”

Who would have thought that growing up on a farm and a career in rural healthcare would prepare me for a job like my job at TDA? I always had the desire to travel and even though I thought working here would be too good to actually come true when I sent in my job application, here I am, six tours and 28 countries later. I’ve learned more about the world and myself then I ever expected.

With so many incredible memories—and so much food shared, so many friends made along the way—it will take me years to process everything I’ve experienced courtesy of TDA. Highlights of my travels so far include finishing the North American Epic (NAE) in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead, cycling Central Asia’s Pamir Highway, Abdul’s pilaf in the parking lot, Colombia, pan con chicharron, Patagonia, a massive thunder storm in Zambia, Hami melon, Madagascar, Samarkand, walnut and honey spread on fresh bread and topped with whipped yak cream, eaten in a warm yurt… and the list goes on! It’s amazing to realize that everything I experience with TDA will have an impact on my life long after these adventures are over.

One adventure I don’t expect to have again is the one I had in Mexico, when we discovered Hurricane Patricia was heading right straight at us. Monitoring the storm’s progress through the night—from stage 4 to stage 5—seemed so unreal. By 5:00 a.m., CNN was calling Patricia the strongest hurricane ever measured on planet earth. A few hours later, we loaded all bikes, riders, kit and crew onto an extra van and bus … and took off, tails between our legs, because Patricia was shaping up to be a beast! By nightfall we were safe and sound in the heart of tequila country, and, as Patricia lost most of her fury at landfall, the party at our lodgings ramped up.

There are so many wonderful aspects to working with TDA but key amongst them are travelling with purpose, meeting people from all over—and the food!

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Peter Hodges

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Peter Hodges

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

New Zealand

Kiwi who enjoys getting out Mountain biking, and exploring.

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

Hi, I´m Erwin, already 66, retired. My first long tour was TDA 2014, where I went from Khartoum to Nairobi and on my own through Uganda, back to Kenia and from there down to Southafrica, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. Meantime I´ve been on several TDA-Tours including South America and Silk Route. Looking forward to meet you on the next tour with TDA.

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

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Ron Jewula

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ron Jewula

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I live in Victoria and Whistler, Canada. Although I am more at home either on a sailboat or skiing, a couple years ago I rediscovered cycling after a short 48 year break. This will be my first trip to India and Nepal so very much looking forward to the ride. I still have a couple years of youth left before I turn 70, so what better way to enjoy life. I’ve done a couple longer rides – across Canada in 2015, Silk Route with TDA in 2014 until a rather inglorious end in Western China (I wasn’t watching and crashed out), then returning again in 2016 to complete the full ride. It will be great to ride again with many good friends – See you in Srinagar next August.

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Paul Doucet

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Paul Doucet

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I am excited to be joining the North American Epic group for the final three legs of the journey and feel blessed to be sharing this trip with my younger brother, Michael. I am thankful for the love and support of my wonderful spouse, Kathy and our five children. We live in central Canada, in the beautiful prairie city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. I am an all season cyclist/commuter who enjoys the cold(as low as -40C), the mosquitoes, the potholes and friendly Manitoban drivers; all of which makes me feel well prepared for this upcoming adventure. Looking forward to meeting/riding with all of you! Paul Doucet

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Kelley Hale

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Kelley Hale

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United States

Avid cyclist, photographer, and world frolicker.

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Lizz Hale

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Lizz Hale

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

United States

Avid cyclist from the San Francisco Bay Area. This will be my second trip with TDA.

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Vinnie Duncan

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Vinnie Duncan

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

New Zealand

Hello! I am a keen NZ bike packer (converted ex roadie, triathlete and multi-sporter) and pretty excited about exploring the world over the next few years, as the children (all 7 of them!) ostensibly leave home, and time and $$ permit. Cycling is just the best way to travel and really absorb the surroundings. Its no longer about speed for me - but the experience. I am looking forward to meeting everyone, enjoying some great company and social times, and getting outside my comfort zone in an effort to acknowledge, absorb, respect and enjoy other cultures and surroundings.

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Jacqueline Nel

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Jacqueline Nel

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

South Africa

"It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle." Ernest Hemingway

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“I really like how you guys ride that fine line between organized and loco. It seems to come with the territory, and that's part of what makes it great.”

“Way more fun than I ever imagined. I expected long, hard days and to be challenged physically and mentally. I did not expect to almost fall off my bike laughing on numerous occasions!”

"Go! Go! Go! This was the most amazing traveling experience I've had to date! The tour structure allowed me to feel safe as part of a big group whilst it also gave me freedom to decide how to go about my ride each day. Knowing that I could stop as many times as I wanted to engage with locals or go to an art gallery in the middle of the way without affecting other riders was absolutely liberating!”

OVERVIEW TRANS-HIMALAYA 2021


  • FULL TOUR
  • SECTION 1
  • SECTION 2
  • SECTION 3
  • TRANS-HIMALAYA
  • LAND OF THE MONKS
  • HEAVENLY HILL STATIONS
  • NEPALESE NIRVANA
  • SRINAGAR TO KATHMANDU
  • SRINAGAR TO MANALI
  • MANALI TO RISHIKESH
  • RISHIKESH TO KATHMANDU
  • AUG 18 TO OCT 7
  • AUG 18 TO SEP 1
  • SEP 3 TO SEP 16
  • SEP 18 TO OCT 7
  • USD
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • FULL TOUR
    • TRANS-HIMALAYA
    • SRINAGAR TO KATHMANDU
    • AUG 18 TO OCT 7
    • USD
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 1
    • LAND OF THE MONKS
    • SRINAGAR TO MANALI
    • Aug 18 - Sep 1
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 2
    • HEAVENLY HILL STATIONS
    • MANALI TO RISHIKESH
    • Sep 3 - Sep 16
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 3
    • NEPALESE NIRVANA
    • RISHIKESH TO KATHMANDU
    • Sep 18 - Oct 7
    • SPACES AVAILABLE

Prices based on double occupancy at majority of the hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same gender at no additional charge. A registration fee of US$150 must first be paid to hold your place on the tour. This fee is in addition to the entry fee listed above and is non-refundable and non-transferable. Prices based on double occupancy at hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same gender at no additional charge. Full tour entry fees will receive an early payment discount of US$TBA 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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