Driving 12,000 Kilometres to Mongolia was pretty full on. We ran into a lot of cops, potholes, other cars and strange people. Of course we filmed it.

Mongol Rally Men

Check out the latest episode of Mongol rally Men.

Bad Translating on Mongolian TV

Our heads on Mongolian National TV. The translations were a little hard so I hope we got it right. No, actually Im pretty sure we got it very wrong. #mongolrally #mongolrallymen

Posted by Mongol Rally Men on Saturday, August 18, 2018

Heres a couple more.

Heavy Machinery Challenge on Day 36 of the Mongol Rally.

Day 36 of The Mongol Rally. We meet Donald Hump, complete the Challenge Stage through Heavy Machinery and fail at camping.

Posted by Mongol Rally Men on Thursday, August 9, 2018

This one is my favourite, one take of madness.

Day 32 Mongol Rally Update.Dirt Road Blues.#mongolrally #mongolrallymen

Posted by Mongol Rally Men on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

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