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Without further ado, this week we have a series of exciting posts, from bike touring, to the love between a man and his macchina. We start our journey on the vast lands of Tibet, where we will fear being bite by stray dogs – as if the wilderness of Tibet wasn’t enough. Following the path of exotic and culturally rich lands, we’ll visit Uzbekistan with all its colours and gems. The next post on our list represents the passion of a cyclist for his bicycle – do you like vintage bikes? Check that out. Getting back on the road our last stop is in Bulgaria, for a visit to the Thracian cult complex.

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Riding in the Tibetan area for 60 days~The Forty-fifth days – Written by @iguazi123

When We went out of the county town, We climbed the slope. As soon as We saw a group of stray dogs, We were screaming and screaming, and We were running around to bite. Sure enough, The wild dog in Ali’s midline was more Fierce than the other places.

– The Honourable Mentions –

Uzbekistan’s Silk Road Gems – Written by @pushpedal

Seven months in and continuing on the Silk Road, we arrived in Uzbekistan! Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva are the most popular cities to visit here. Due to our limited time in Uzbekistan, we couldn’t visit Khiva, but did visit Samarkand, Bukhara and Shahrisabz.

Meet Cub, one of only 250 pieces in the whole world!! + how I became real martial artist thanks to him – Written by @matkodurko

Well…When I’ve first ridden that bike, it didn’t feel that good. The seat was too hard and also rides felt funny. I was missing Saphire…But as I was riding it, I was listening to some podcast where they mentioned Bruce Lee..and what’s the most famous Bruce Lee quote?

Cycling to Thracian cult complex – Heroon – Written by @vesytz

For a year I’ve been trying to go to the Thracian cult complex – Heroon, located 4 km away from the town of Pomorie, but for some reason I can’t. This sunday the weather was great, so me and several friends while cycling from Burgas to Pomorie – desided to went directly to the Thracian Tomb.

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