Couple Covers 26,000km From Romania To Mongolia With Their 6 Y.O. Son In Sidecar
- IWB Post
- January 2, 2018
Mihai Barbu and Oana Leulescu traveled across 41 countries in Europe with their son Vladimir in 2015 to show him the world. They covered 28,000 km in four months on their Ural Ranger, complete with a sidecar, that they named Zair.
The adventurous family has yet again covered a huge distance on Zair. They rode from Romania to Mongolia through 12 countries, covering 26,000 km in four months with their six-year-old.
Mihai told Bored Panda, “After our previous trips around Europe and to the Caucasus, we decided to try something else, so we traveled to Mongolia, on a four-month, 26.000kms trip in our sidecar motorcycle, through 12 countries.”
Check out the breathtaking pictures from their trip which will make travel a priority in your 2018 resolution list.
Panda Invasion On The Streets Of Iran
Pamir Highway, Tajikistan
Vladimir, Jumping The Sand Dunes Of Elsen Tasarkhai, Mongolia
Their First Night In Mongolia With A Local Family
Their Visit To The Ural Motorcycle Factory In Irbit, Russia, For A Complete Service Of Their Bike
Roads Of Mongolia
The Wakhan Corridor, Near Ishkashim, In Tajikistan
Last Night Of Camping In Iran, By The Caspian Sea
The Registan, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Ak-Baytal Pass In The Pamir Mountains, 4.655 M, Tajikistan
Song Kul Lake, Kyrgyzstan
The Wakhan Corridor In Tajikistan, 4.000 Meters Altitude
Lunch Brake By The Side Of The Road, In Uzbekistan
First Night Of Camping, On A Beach By The Black Sea, In Bulgaria
Mihai Barbu is a photographer and the son of the famous Romanian cartoonist Ion Barbu.
H/T: Bored Panda