We fixed all our visas in Tehran. We saw quite a lot of Iran without our bikes and it was time to cycle back again! To save some time, we decided to take a bus from Tehran to Mashhad (a city close to the Turkmen border). But we did not want to leave Iran without […]Continue Reading


As you know from our previous post, we liked the city of Yazd quite a lot. It did not take us much to decide to take a bus to Kashan, where as we learned, we could experience a similar, laid back atmosphere. It was a hit! Not only there was much less noise than in […]Continue Reading


After many busy days in the loud and crowded capital of Iran, where we had to organize our visas for Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan we decided to find a quiet place to relax and to enjoy traditional architecture. We were positively surprised by the beauty of Yazd – a city in the middle of the […]Continue Reading


This is what we ride on. It took us one year to gather the information on what we need and what we could get. Next we were searching for the needed parts on the German Ebay and spent 2 months in Anna’s parents garage assembling it all together. The result is more than good. Everything […]Continue Reading


Only the photos today – enjoy beautiful Persepolis! Alexander the Great – you were a prick!  Continue Reading

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  • Julbo
  • Koolstop
  • Quad Lock
  • Magura
  • Helinox
  • Supernova
  • Tubus
  • Sea to Summit
  • VDO
  • SINGLESTAR titanium Rohloff sprockets
  • Connex