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episode one of the Cycling Silk ’06 documentary

Written by Mel on May 14th, 2010

Grab some popcorn, drown it in molten yak butter, and enjoy a vicarious ride on the Silk Road – saddle sores not included. In May of 2006, Kate, Ben and Mel pedaled off on a four month bike trip in China with the goal of loosely retracing Marco Polo’s travels in Xinjiang and Tibet. The Dazzle and the Dirt marks the first of three episodes documenting this journey.

In this video, we fly to Urumqi in western China, give encouraging pep talks to our quaking legs, ride into the daunting Tian Shan mountains, and breathe deep of dust while biking across the Taklamakan desert. Watch us struggle to decipher inscrutable maps, cultivate questionable hairdos, sweat dirt from every pore, and acquire a taste for deep fried fat swigged down with home brewed rice wine.

This episode covers only the first three weeks of the four month trip, so stay tuned for episodes two and three over the next few months.


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Keith says:

    I really like this. Do you have a Cycling Silk 2006 episode 2?

  2. Srihari Velaga says:

    What is the language in the music at the end of the video

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