Our ignoble Daihatsu Terios

Our Dahatsu Terios, the last picture of it looking like a respectable granny car!

The Daihatsu Terios is a mini SUV, first released in 1997. Our ignoble steed is a metallic green 2004 model. We chose a Terios because despite the liklihood of being called wusses increasing, we think the extra height will really help to carry Smithy’s extra weight.

More information and photos to follow!

We are a group of friends from Keighley, West Yorkshire. Having always enjoyed the thrill of adventure and outdoors, the Mongol Rally has always appealed to us but as some what of a pipe dream. Smithy thought he’d mention the idea to Bob as he mentioned the rally a few times in the past. After talking with a couple more friends, Oli and Josh – ’4 Men 7 Brows’ was born.

Bob Jackson

image of bob jacksonAge: 25 at rally

From: Keighley, West Yorkshire

Team Role: Slapping baldy, Mechanic and never playing computer games.

Josh 'Baldy' Chittenden

Josh ChittendenAge: 24 at rally

From: Keighley, West Yorkshire

Team Role: Getting slapped, Sponsor correspondence, Research and drinker of fine ale.

Matthew 'Smithy' Smith

image of matthew smithAge: 24 at rally

From: Keighley, West Yorkshire

Team Role: Slapping baldy, Graphic design, Eating,  Playing computer games or going to the gym when he should be working and trying to avoid having his hair cut!

Oli 'Baboon' Keighley

image of oli keighleyAge: 22 at rally

From: Keighley, West Yorkshire

Team Role: Slapping baldy, Web development, Research, Publishing and general keeper of the ’1 Brow’

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