AZUB fatrike Baikal Lake Crossing

This movie has been featured on Trike Asylum before, but for those who may have missed it, here it is posted once again. And even for those who have watched this March 2015 attempt, it is inspiring to revisit the adventure! So, expand the video to full screen, kick back, and watch in amazement as Honza Žďánský of AZUB takes the company’s prototype out into a frozen wasteland, attempting the nearly impossible:


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One Response to AZUB fatrike Baikal Lake Crossing

  1. Alonzo Savage says:

    Wow that looked like NOT a whole lot of fun . More like darn hard graft and dangerous with it.
    I’m all for adventure but that is way off the grid. Glad to see that he did the sensible thing and aborted. Great video though.

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