We're The Adventurists. We live to find ways to make the world a bit more difficult. To bring chaos into our over-sanitised lives. To create adventures that have so far raised millions for charity, where you don't know what will happen tomorrow or if you'll even make it to the end.
Because we think there's no greater moment than those seconds when you leap into an abyss of uncertainty and disaster.
We're fighting to make the world less boring.
Come, join the fight.
Cool Earth have been saving the world for a decade now. Here's just how much good they, along with a hefty wedge from you lot, have done so far.
It's not easy to capture the Rickshaw Run in photos. The noises, smells, scale and sheer sense of chaos don't usually translate well to 2D pictures. These ones do a bloody good job though
The Monkey Run Peru, sounds, feels and most importantly looks gorgeous. Here, mechanic Dave Fry gives us his top ten reasons he loves a monkey bike along with some cracking pics. Sign up for the next edition is open now.
Ever wondered what it looks like to see a rickshaw driving across the Himalayas? Of course you have. Prepare your eyeballs, this shit is saucy.
Two months, 22 countries, 13,000ish miles, $1000 to charity, a $400 car. Heat stroke in the Uzbek desert, death threats in Chechnya, woken up by armed soldiers in Afghanistan, nearly robbed in Macedonia, in a car accident with a crazy old lady in Croatia, and bribed a Tajik border guard with a hat. Busy.
The Monkey Run Peru is more finished than a disgraced politician with one hand in the coffers and the other in his secretary's pants. Here were the best bits.