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Monster Children Travel: Himalayas On Enfields

The idea to ride motorbikes around North West India came to fruition over a couple of beers one afternoon at our local pub with my brother Locky and two good mates.  We were looking at photos from a trip Chris and Aido had taken the summer prior in Tasmania with pushies they’d bought at the Hobart tip shop. Rusted bikes and an astounding lack of fitness meant they didn’t do much more than a glorified pub crawl around the island for a good month, all sponsored by centrelink. We got talking about other trips to tick off the list and before long, the four of us were on a trip headed to Delhi with plans to find Royal Enfields and...

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Chris Burkard in Iceland

Amazing Icelandic photography feature by Chris Burkard up now at MONSTER CHILDREN.Guaranteed to ignite your sense of adventure. Check the full feature here."Snow pelted the windshield faster than the wipers could clear it from view.  It was 7pm in the Arctic but the sky had turned pitch black when the sun set 3 hours prior.  Inside our truck we still donned down coats and gloves, a wardrobe that stays consistent in this environment.  Outside, our car inched forward on snow tires that we trusted to grip the icy road.  Seven hours of driving in darkness had taken its toll but we were determined to make it up to Northern Iceland where a colder remote territory offered unknown adventure." - Chris Burkard...

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Corona Journey 14: Afghanistan By Vaughan Brookfield

In late February 2012 Vaughan Brookfield accompanied three professional snowboarders from Australia on a trip to Afghanistan to document a snowboarding adventure unlike any other. In one of the most dangerous countries in the world, they discovered incredible mountains, breathtaking landscapes, and heartwarming communities of happy, hospitable people.Snowboarders Clint Allan, Nick Gregory and Mitch Allan, filmer Richard James, editor Alex Cameron and Vaughan as still photographer embarked on a trip that would change the way we viewed the world. We had heard about the tremendous, snow-­capped mountains of the Hindu Kush that run 800km from central Afghanistan down to northern Pakistan. The mountain range is one of the final frontiers for mountain enthusiasts, and had only been ridden by a handful of...

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Al Knost does 10 Days Extra in Mexico

Via: Tracks Mag x RVCA Extra footage of RAEN Ambassador Alex Knost from the RVCA “10 Days in Central America” web series released in Spring 2013. Video by Jimmy Jazz James. An enchanting edit and wait until you see just how perfect those god darn beachies are at the end. Even if you don’t like logging and hot dogging you’ll certainly appreciate the perfection.

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