Kyle Dempster goes on a remarkable and absorbing journey in ‘The Road From Karakol’

Posted in Film, Short Films, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 12 Nov 2013

Setting off with nothing but his bike, a couple of mostly-accurate maps and a trailer full of climbing gear, Kyle Dempster and a vocabulary of barely 10 Kyrgyz words left the northern Kyrgyzstan city of Karakol for two adventurous months on the road. Finding a route through the mountains, over the rivers and along the long, winding trails, Kyle remarkable expedition is so absorbing to watch, leaving you on the edge as to whether he’ll make it across the never-ending barriers in his path.

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