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Welcome to 4 Men 7 Brows – Mongol Rally 2013

Imagine you’re lost in a massive desert, hundreds of miles from civilisation, driving a car your granny would be embarrassed by. Then all of a sudden all your wheels fall off and the search for tools turns up a dirty sock and two dried apricots. That’s the Mongol Rally – 10,000 miles of pure adventure over mountains, deserts and some of the most remote terrain on the planet.”

We are a team in the 2013 Mongol Rally, travelling 10000 miles to raise money for Sue Ryder Care, Macmillan Cancer Support and the official charity of the rally which is Cool Earth! You can check The Adventurists charity page to see how money raised has been previously spent!

To get you all interested here is a description of the rally by the guys that run it:

“Your chances of being seriously injured or dying as a result of taking part are high. Individuals who have taken part in previous Adventurists’ adventures have been permanently disfigured, seriously disabled or lost their life.

This is not a glorified holiday. It’s an unsupported adventure and so by its very nature extremely risky. You really are on your own and you really are putting both your health and life at risk. That’s the whole point.”

If you would like to help us on this exciting adventure then please contact us or head over to our donate / sponsor us pages!

Rally Countdown

Latest Rallyness

  • Day 40 – Soviet Larda Suspension, Kazakh back roads and into Russia!

    We got up and headed to a petrol station nearby armed with a drawing of a welder and angle grinder. The guy understood and confirmed our fear, we had to go to Ayagoz some 90km away. We limped the 90km with our paracord tied suspension and arrived in Ayagoz early afternoon. We pulled into the [...]

  • Day 39 – Lost in Almaty and snapped suspension

    After getting up early and heading towards Almaty we stopped at a ‘service station’ for a kebab and to change money to the local currency. We hit Almaty at around 11 o’clock. The aussies wanted to meet a team they had met earlier so we headed into the city to find wifi so we could [...]

  • Day 38- Parting Ways and the race to Canada

    So the Canadians had only reached Almaty the day before after being stuck at the border for 18 hours. So they were only 900Km away! The German’s were spending several days in Bishkek so we decided we would drive like madmen with the aussies to catch up the Canadians. So in the morning the teams [...]

  • Day 37 – Kyrgyzstan border, a broken back window and Osh

    I was just sat in the car minding my own business early in the morning when Phil asked me if he could get some water out of the lifesaver that was on the roofrack. “Sure thing” I said….bad idea. Phil then dropped the jerry can by accident from the roofrack onto the back window smashing [...]

  • Day 36 – Fixing the Alto, grim towns and the Chinese Border

    Up early(ish) today to fix the Alto! Since we had bent the subframe back the night before all that was left was to fix the radiator. The Germs epoxy resin was used to fix up the radiator. As we waited around for the resin to dry a random man wandered down from the mountains. Now [...]