Whenever one decides to embark on a bike trip across the country, difficult terrain and unexpected challenges become the norm. Join these three gentlemen on one of their most trying moments of their epic trek-weak bridges, muddy trails and leeches in Cambodia’s unrelenting jungle territory. An adventure to say the least!

We are cycling around the world. On the South East Asia leg of our journey, we found ourselves surprisingly stuck in the middle of the Cardamome mountains on really narrow and wild tracks

There are photo albums of this part of the journey :
Thailand : english.solidream.net/photo-album-thailand/
Cambodia : english.solidream.net/photo-album-cambodia/

To follow our journey, keep in touch with us on solidream.net

Equipment:
Canon Legria HFS21
GoPro HD Hero & Hero 2
Pentax K-5 with a Tamron 18-200mm F3.5-5.6, Pentax 50 mm F1.4, Pentax 15 mm F4 & Sigma 70-200 mm

Music :
Radical Face – Always Gold
The Rural Alberta Advantage – Stamp
Mor Lum – Saravanh
Mahault – I’ll Take To The Road

-Mitch

About The Author

Mitch Lex

Mitch grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona where he fell in love with kayaking, backpacking and just about everything else there is to do outside. Since moving to the Midwest, Mitch has continued to explore trails and rivers throughout the country. His greatest adventures include roaming with grizzlies and caribou on a NOLS course in Canada's Yukon Territory, swimming with dolphins while studying abroad in New Zealand, and guiding backpacking trips in southwestern Colorado and Utah. He sees the outdoors as a place where you can discover what is truly important in life while exploring a little bit about oneself along the way. Contrary to popular demand, he enjoys dried pineapple and Reese's pieces over M&M's and raisins in his trail mix any day of the week. Sorry GORP.