“A behind the scenes look at my trip to Chukotka, Russia. I was traveling around Chukotka starting with Anadyr (capital of Chukotka) and into the very deep Tundra where nobody lives except small tribal groups of reindeer herders, staying and photographing them in their everyday life, and it was a life changing experience.” (c) Sasha Leahovcenco.
After two-year exploration of Siberian roads by a BMW motorcycle, Walter Colebatch has finally released the DVD with his Sibirsky Extreme Project video stories.
If you are an adventure motorcyclist, you must know Walter Colebatch, you might meet him in Horizon Unlimited events or see his highly-discussed threads at AdvRider.com, the world’s best motorcyclist forum.
If not, here is a prompt answer. He was that Australian-British motorcyclist, who said three years ago, Yes, it is possible to bike solo through Siberia and even make it to Magadan through the Road of Bones. It was him, who explorered the BAM road, Vilyuisky Trakt (West Yakutia) and the old Road of Bones (East Yakutia)… and, yeah, he was a guy, who succeeded in getting to the Arctic Circle in Siberia (read ‘Yakutia’). Thanks to him, SIberia is full of international adventure motorcyclists.