The British bought bike in China, and traveled 15 thousand miles to EnglandPictolic
23-year-old Briton named Josh Reid bought a Bicycle for your favorite brand right at the plant in Shanghai, however, to get home in the English Newcastle he has decided to slightly mad way — right on the new iron horse! Guy ran 14 966 kilometres through 15 countries.
Most bikes in the world are made in China. Given this, a Brit named Josh reed decided to buy a Chinese bike without intermediaries — and made it a little crazy way back on this home to Newcastle from China, after 14 966 kilometres through 15 countries.
Josh national Geopark in Zhangye Shaoguan, China
After the usual tourist trip to China in 2019, Josh took the bike to the factory, and went to the UK:
After leaving China, Josh went to Kazakhstan, and even went to the baths in Almaty.
All the way Josh from Shanghai to Newcastle
Then Josh crossed the Caspian sea on a cargo ship, drank tea and ate pomegranates in Azerbaijan reached Georgia, and then crossed the Turkish Strait of Bosporus on the ferry.
On the roads of Kyrgyzstan
In the middle of the Pamir highway is the road connecting the cities of Osh, Khorog and Dushanbe
The shepherds who took Josh in Tajikistan
The river Panj in Tajikistan
Registan square in the center of Samarkand
Josh slept in a sleeping bag under that watermelon stall in Uzbekistan
On the roads of Kazakhstan
He was in the area of customs control of Kazakhstan for 36 hours waiting for a ferry across the Caspian sea
Széchenyi chain bridge is a suspension bridge across the Danube linking the two historical parts of Budapest — Buda and pest
Camp in Serbia
Josh and Frank Veltman, head of the company's Giant factory in Lelystad in the Netherlands