Long Way Round

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Long Way Round is a television documentary series documents the journey of Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman from London to New York on motorcycles.

They traveled eastward across Europe and Asia, traveled to Alaska and continued along the road from there to New York. In 2004, Ewan and Charley embarked on an epic Long Way Round challenge, cycling 20,000 miles, cross 12 countries and 19 time zones in just 115 days.

Riding his BMW R1200S GS, across Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan and Mongolia to travel on the road of bones across Siberia, Alaska, across Canada, North America and ended in New York.

The Round trip would challenge long vision of the world and test their physical endurance. Ewan and Charley also helped raise awareness about the vital importance visited UNICEF projects along the road.

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