Miles Travelled
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Completed In 45 Days
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We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

So it began... the Mongol Rally 2012
Live Tracking is now available (click for more information)

Live: Track Our Progress

Click to view the route we took

We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

We are supporting Alzheimer's Research UK and the Lotus Children's Centre (click for more information)
Click to view the route we took

We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

Our Car (click for more information)

Our Car: 1.3 Litre Kia Rio (2004)

Live Tracking is now available (click for more information)

Live: Track Our Progress

Click to view the route we took

We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

So it began... the Mongol Rally 2012
We are supporting Alzheimer's Research UK and the Lotus Children's Centre (click for more information)
The Team (click for more information)

The Team: Sean, Simon & Scott

Simon, Scott and Sean Drove to Mongolia!


On July 14th we (SimonSean and Scott) started a 11,737 mile journey (by car) from the UK to Mongolia, as part of the Mongol Rally 2012. We completed the rally on August 27th, in 45 days!

We drove through some of the remotest terrain on the planet, in some of the world's most hazardous regions! It was a challenging test for the car, our sanity and Scott's facial hair growth…

We blogged throughout our adventure, uploaded photos to our Gallery and videos to our YouTube channel. You can also see the route we took on our Live Tracking Google map.

Where are we now?

Where did we go?
So it began... on July 14th we started the Mongol Rally 2012, an 10,000+ mile journey from the UK to Mongolia by car. You can view the route we took via our Live Tracking Google map (mobile compatible), and see our daily statisticsRead more...

What is the Mongol Rally?

What is the Mongol Rally?
Imagine you're lost in a massive desert, hundreds of miles from civilisation, driving a car your granny would be embarrassed by. Then all of a sudden all your wheels fall off and the search for tools turns up a dirty sock and two dried apricots. Read more...

Who are we?

Who are we?
The team is made up of three University of Bath students; Sean, Simon and Scott. Sean and Simon are graduating this year with degrees in Mechanical Engineering. While Scott is Sean's brother, completing his penultimate year in Civil & Architectural EngineeringRead more...

Our Car

Our Car
The Mongol Rally isn't about comfort and it doesn't have a great deal to do with style. The whole point is that it's difficult, so big 4x4's are completely unacceptable! To tackle the worst roads in the world you must have a 'car' with an engine size of under 1.2 litres (ish). Read more...