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Adventurous riders choose KOGA for a reason. KOGA Trekking bicycles represent proven reliability and perfect workmanship. A bicycle for the true aficionado who will only accept the very best. The distinguishing quality of the long distance models continue in their design, which have been rewarded with a number of design awards.
From the North Cape to the South Cape
18,000 miles in 100 days, from the North Cape down to the South Cape that was the dream of the two British cycling adventurers Reza Pakravan and Steven Pawley. By making the journey in the shortest possible time they hoped to set a new world record and raise money for the Azafady charity to build two new schools in Madagascar.
For this epic adventure they needed the perfect touring bike. Reza and Steven decided to use the Koga Signature configurator to custom build their bikes. He chose a Traveller KS-TR 28 with rohloff and toothed belt drive.
During the trip, the bikes proved themselves under all circumstances, "Our KOGA Signature trekking bikes rode smoothly from the North to the South Cape." The two Britons had a lot to endure during their trip, with their adventures being recorded almost daily on their blog
Adventurer / Author / Presentor
Mark is a documentary maker for the BBC, a bestselling author and a popular speaker. He is an adventurer at heart. When Mark is not on expedition, he holds lectures and writes books, in the meantime he is preparing for a new project.
Early April Mark Beaumont will attack the official world record on the route Cairo - Cape Town to attack (10.609 km). The current record is 59 days. However, Mark's goal is to do it in 50 days representing more than 210 km a day!
Mark rode a Koga Signature Traveller 28 inch (KS-TR 28) assembled with Rohloff on his world tour.
On his new adventure (Cairo - Cape Town) Mark will use a modified version of the KOGA Solacio Disc
In search of inspiring cycle images
For years Paul & Grace made bike tours all around the world, but in 2010 they made the move to a new life : This time not as a holiday, but as a multi-cycling project called " Bicycling around the world in search of inspiring cycle images". With this, they take up the challenge to photograph and display an impression of different bike cultures around the world, their unexpected adventures, contact with other cultures and cycling through monumental landscapes.
Paul and Grace both ride the Koga Signature WorldTraveller 26 inch (KS - TR 26) assembled with Shimano XT.
Paul:"We chose the Shimano XT configuration, because we can repair the bike ourselves wherever we are and we can buy many replacement parts locally on the spot. This has worked very well for us over the years"
Photos and stories can be found at Paul's blog.