April 2011
Australian Motorcycle News;4/13/2011, Vol. 60 Issue 19, p84
The article offers information on adventurer Hubert Kriegel, who is circumnavigating the world vertically and horizontally. Kriegel began his journey on February 16, 2005 from New York to begin his 10 year journey across the world. Since then he reached the halfway point of his journey and is on his way to Lake Baikal, Russia. The adventurer made some modifications with his Ural outfit to make it fit for tough terrains.


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