The Route

The proposed route takes the two bikes 35 thousand kilometers in 105 days...

The proposed route takes them across Canada and the United States — from Quebec to Alaska in the North West, passing through Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, through the National Parks of Wisconsin and Minnesota and into Moosejaw. From Moosejaw they will travel across the central planes & prairies to Calgary where they will ascend into the Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park before making their way north into the Yukon and heading west to Alaska and Anchorage. Once in Alaska they will ride the 500 adverse miles of the Dalton Highway into the Arctic Circle before heading south once again through the Yukon and Rocky Mountains into Vancouver before catching a flight across the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk leaving them in Seoul, South Korea. Once in Korea the pair will drive to the east coast where they will board a ferry to Vladivostok in the Far East of Russia — the heart of Siberia.
From Vladivostok they will roughly follow the route of the Trans Siberian railway, north of China and west to Lake Baikal where they will bare south into Mongolia, across the Gobi Desert and into the Altai region in Central Russia. From here they continue for 4,000 kilometres west into Moscow, Lithuania, Latvia and St. Petersbourg before heading North into Finland, Sweden, Denmark, across Northern Europe before arriving home approximately 105 days later...