Visual Podcast – Hans Rey’s Tales Of Adventure Ep. 4-7

Check out Hans’ new series, his visual podcast where we reads and tells the stories from past adventure trips accompanied by many photos, and a few clips and anecdotes.
A new episode will be released every Saturday on Hans’ YouTube Channel.

Ep. 4  Guatemala
Premiered May 2, 2020

Ep. 5  Mt. Kilimanjaro
Premiered May 9th 2020

Ep. 6  Ireland
Premiered May 16th 2020

Ep. 7  TransNapoli
Premieres May 25th 2020

TransHongKong

Hans Rey and top Enduro racer Martin Maes explore Hong Kong in a 5 day urban adventure during turbulent times. Not only to showcase this amazing city with its 7000 high rise buildings, but also its beautiful nature and purpose built bike trails surrounding the city and islands. It’s a wonderful journey of contrasts; nature and harmony versus urban jungle and chaos, culture and history.

Visual Podcast – Hans Rey’s Tales Of Adventure Ep. 1-3

Check out Hans’ new series, his visual podcast where we reads and tells the stories from past adventure trips accompanied by many photos, and a few clips and anecdotes.
A new episode will be released every Saturday on Hans’ YouTube Channel.

Ep. 1  TransAngeles
Premiered April 11th 2020

Ep. 2  Egypt & Pyramid Mysteries
Premieres April 18th 2020

Ep. 3  Tutti Frutti Epic – Livigno
Premieres April 25th 2020

TransHongKong – Urban MTB Adventure

Mountain Bike champions Hans Rey and Martin Maes explore Hong Kong in a 5 day urban adventure during turbulent times. Not only to showcase this amazing city with its 7000 high rise buildings, but also its beautiful nature and purpose built bike trails surrounding the city and islands. It’s a wonderful journey of contrasts; nature and harmony versus urban jungle and chaos, culture and history.

TransNapoli – Urban Bike Adventure

A 5-day urban adventure in Italy - from the Amalfi Coast via Pompeii, Vesuvio Volcano, Napoli and Ischia Island on MTB and eMTB

By Hans ReyPhotos: Martin Bissig
About 2000 years ago there was a gigantic explosion releasing 100,000 times the thermal energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb. Mount Vesuvius volcano erupted and spew its lava and ashes over 20 miles into the air; several Roman settlements were obliterated and buried underneath massive pyroclastic surges and ashfall deposits, the best known being Pompeii and Herculaneum.Napoli, as the Italians call the city of Naples, was my most recent destination for yet another ‘urban adventure’. The idea was to traverse this historical city and surrounding area on bikes in 5 days. From the breathtaking Amalfi coast, via Pompeii to the crater of the Vesuvio, into the urban jungle, history, culture, traffic and chaos of the 3000-years old streets of Napoli to the beautiful island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples.There is no better way explore and experience such a place then by bicycle. I was joined by different friends for different stages of this tour and it was really cool to meet many of the local riders who showed me their best spots, trails and restaurants in their hometown.Finding the ideal route, best trails and most interesting sights, is a lot harder than one would imagine. I’ve been spending months researching online with the help of google earth as well as some local contacts.
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