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Red Rock Challenge
Belval
By Ralf Falbe
11 Oct 2016

Mountainbiking Challenge in Luxembourg, 07.10.2016.

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North Korea in Black and White 006
By Ulrik Pedersen
08 Jun 2014

an almost empty main square in Hamhung. with no dollars for fuel there are very few cars in most of North Korea. Hamhung, North Korea.

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North Korea in Black and White 008
By Ulrik Pedersen
08 Jun 2014

people gather to work in the rice fields during planting season. Hamhung, North Korea.

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North Korea in Black and White 021
By Ulrik Pedersen
04 Jun 2014

cyclist and pedestrians along the Taedong River. With not enough fuel most people have to walk or take a bicycle. Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Abu Shakir 2
Damascus, Syria
By lukas.goga
11 Dec 2013

Abu Shakir is the most famous juice bar in Damascus. It is a small place in a narrow street where customers usually sit outside on plastic chairs. There is an ongoing civil conflict and economic crisis in Syria, but still the bar has not lost its loyal customers.

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What a Trip - Around Oz Episode 5
Australia
By Maximilian Semsch
24 Sep 2013

Episode 3 of 9 from the documentary "What a Trip - Around Oz". Maximilian and his team cycled around Australia on E-Bikes. 16.000 km from Sydney to Sydney.

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Flash Floods in China (8 of 15)
Kunming, Yunnan, China
By HughBohane
19 Jul 2013

Two friends make their way through a flooded intersection on a tricycle.

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Living in the Ruins of Gaddafi's Comp...
Tripoli, Libya
By Tripcarbons
10 Apr 2013

A child rides his bike in Gadaffi's compound

Abdullah's Mother

'My family is not in a good situation. I'm holding onto God, but you can't expect anything from the government right now. We're not proud of living here, but at least someone is putting this land to use.'

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Cairo by TokTok (14 of 26)
Giza, Egypt
By Teo Butturini
23 Mar 2013

A young boy is seen riding his bicyle on an unfinished road in the suburb of Imbaba (Cairo, Egypt) from inside a toktok. Many kids from the suburbs don't go to school, but start to work very early in their lives, sometimes at 6 years old, to earn money to help their families.

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Kenyans Vote In General Elections (8 ...
Machakos, Kenya
By evans
04 Mar 2013

A man pushes his Bicycle past voters at Machakos polling centre during the first General Elections in Kenya in the New Constitution.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Morrocco on two wheels (23 of 25)
Essaouira, Morocco
By Martushka Fromeast
02 Mar 2013

A car, a motorbike, a bicycle? Bikes are increasingly popular amongst young Moroccans.

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Eastleigh, the Somali Neighborhood of...
Eastleigh, Kenya
By Transterra Editor
23 Nov 2012

Eastleigh was founded in 1921. The colonial government allocated Nairobi's residential estates by race, and Eastleigh was pointed for Asians and elite Africans who worked as clerks, builders or shoemakers. Eastleigh was originally a large Kenyan Asian enclave until independence in 1963. Now Eastleigh is almost entirely inhabited by Somalis, except for a few indigenous residents. Somalis have invested heavily in the enclave, contributing over $1.5 billion in the neighborhood alone.

Eastleigh has seen many changes during the last year: first improvement of the situation in Somalia has given the chance for some Somalis to move back to Mogadishu followed by several terrorist attacks in late 2012 and lately the attack on the Westgate mall.

The attack on Westgate Mall on 21 of September has changed the situation in Eastleigh:

Shafici Mohamed Deq, Eastleigh resident, said the the main issues is now going around the failure of the Kenyan security agencies and their involvement, the Somali community is not that much in focus, and have no much worries except the Kenyan police use it as took to take bribe from illegal immigrants in Eastleigh.

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man bicycling through water
Eastleigh, Kenya
By Ulrik Pedersen
22 Nov 2012

Man bicycling through a flooded street in Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya. Somalian part of Nairobi.

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What a Trip - Around Oz Episode 4
Australia
By Maximilian Semsch
01 Oct 2012

Episode 3 of 9 from the documentary "What a Trip - Around Oz". Maximilian and his team cycled around Australia on E-Bikes. 16.000 km from Sydney to Sydney.

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The beach of Sao Condrado
Rochina, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
By Anna Karatvuo
31 Mar 2012

Beach of Sao Conrado lays in the south zone of Rio de Janeiro. It is the closest beach from Brazil's largest favela, Rochina. In Rio there are about 1000 slum areas like that and more than 1.2 million people live in them. For them beach of Sao Conrado is the only place to get away from the hustle. It's a place to play, swim and forget all the worries for a moment.

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Three's a Crowd
Kabul, Afghanistan
By MediaMikeDC
18 Mar 2012

Father riding a bike with two young boys on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan.

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What a Trip - Around Oz Episode 1
Australia
By Maximilian Semsch
30 Nov 2011

Episode 1 of 9 from the documentary "What a Trip - Around Oz". Maximilian and his team cycled around Australia on E-Bikes. 16.000 km from Sydney to Sydney

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What a Trip - Around Oz Episode 2
Australia
By Maximilian Semsch
01 Oct 2011

Episode 3 of 9 from the documentary "What a Trip - Around Oz". Maximilian and his team cycled around Australia on E-Bikes. 16.000 km from Sydney to Sydney.

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What a Trip - Around Oz Episode 5
Australia
By Maximilian Semsch
01 Oct 2011

Episode 3 of 9 from the documentary "What a Trip - Around Oz". Maximilian and his team cycled around Australia on E-Bikes. 16.000 km from Sydney to Sydney.

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What a Trip! Cycling from Germany to ...
Germany, Tschech Republik, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore
By Maximilian Semsch
02 May 2008

In 2008 Maximilian Semsch at the age of 24 cycled from Munich to Singapore to find out more about himself and to go on a real adventure, as life must be more than just working. He did the journey all by himself, without the help of a professional camera team. As there was no one to talk to, his camera became his best friend during the trip. His journey started in May 2008 in his hometown Munich. His route took him through Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine into Russia and further on to Kazakhstan. Semsch then did hit rock bottom, as he was refused a visa and couldn't enter China. After days of consideration he did decide to skip China and flew to Thailand. His route through south-east Asia took him from Thailand to Cambodia back into Thailand and via Malaysia he finally reached Singapore, after 211 days and 13.500km on his bike. Semsch recorded everything on his trip. The nice and helpful people he bumped into, drinking vodka in Russia with complete strangers and its aftermath of a hangover the next day but he also tells about his fight against loneliness, heat and extreme headwind. He always does it in a very personal way that gives the audience the feeling of sitting on the back of his bike.