AWOL and the Transcontinental Movie Trailer

Give that man some gloves and like pissing in the wind, the same goes for crisps, I guess too long on the road can make a man eat crisps in the wind. We have all been there eating our crisps in the wind wishing we had gloves, but not many of us have done that for the Transcontinental, an epic race of 2000 miles 0r 3200 Kms in Europe over two weeks. The guys in the film came in on my birthday! They took a respectable time of around 14 days each. The winner did it in an insane 7 days! There isn’t a set route so that has to be taken into account, the Transcontinental isn’t a record setting race though. I think anyone who attempts this is awesome check out more here. Look forward to seeing more of this visual story. We told you this race would be a good one.

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