“Dengan Basikal Aku Menjelajah” (‘With a Bicycle I Explore’) is a travelogue style documentary on Zahariz’s experiences traveling and exploring the world. Taking his time, alone on a bicycle, it’s a one man’s journey to the unknown.
A short film showing the experience of a solo a traveler crossing into the Arctic world alone with his trusted bicycle. Unlike any normal sedentary person, this man tries to live his life as a nomad and call the road as his home.
Filmed & Edited by Zahariz
JIRO belt presents the second limited edition dedicated to the GIRO d’Italia.
PINK, symbol of this historic race. The color of the jersey he will wear the winner.
Belts made with official products Of Giro d’Italia by Vittoria.
Edition of 30 numbered pieces.
World Bicycle Relief is transforming individuals and their communities through the Power of Bicycles; we envision a world where distance no longer prevents access to healthcare, education and economic opportunity.
JIRO supports this project.
for more information: www.worldbicyclerelief.org
This summer I spent three unbelievable weeks in Iceland, alone in a land where nature is powerful and takes great effect.
My Fargo and thousands of sheep kept me company and cheered me up.
After reaching Iceland, I left from Keflavik and I made for the northern lands along the famous Kjalvegur F35. Pedaling along this road alongside glaciers was extremely incredible, and it seemed that the road was endless.
POLIMI present VENTO.
It’s the feasibility project of the longest cycle path in Italy, 632 km (422 mile) from Turin to Venice, from the Alps to the Adriatic sea along Po river. VENTO is also linked to Milan and the EXPO area (+ 47 km), through Leonard’s canal (Naviglio Pavese). But VENTO is not only a project of a cycle path, it’s also a green economy project, able to create development, economies.
GO TO THE PROJECT’s WEBSITE
Two guys, 18000 Km, 15 countries … an epic trip. Enjoy
You can find a JIRObelt corner inside the museum shop ON SUNDAYS of the Watari Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo – Japan.
For further information please visit the Watari Museum website:
Worldwide Cycling Atlas supports all those initiatives who are passionate about riding and pursuing their beliefs.
Cycling is not just a way of getting around, it is a way of getting together. People all around the world have combined their passion for cycling into finding ways to make the world a better place